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Curriculum FAQ: Should ethnic literature be useed in the High School English Classroom?
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Curriculum FAQ: Should ethnic literature be used in the High School English Classroom?
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Now that we have a basic understanding of what is going on in the English classsroom and the English curriculum, we can dive into the benefits and affects of using Ethnic literature in the High School English classroom. There is much information on this subject, but I have picked the most applicable and given a general summary of the sources, and some ideas, questions, contemplations and thoughts on the issue.
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Now that we have a basic understanding of what is going on in the English classroom and the English curriculum, we can dive into the benefits and affects of using Ethnic literature in the High School English classroom. There is much information on this subject, but I have picked the most applicable and given a general summary of the sources, and some ideas, questions, contemplations and thoughts on the issue.
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Although there is great evidence and arguments for the use of Ethnic literature in the High School English Classroom, the next question to ask is:[[Are schools and English Departments making the change?]] Many school may not be able or ready to take the plung into multicultural literature and break away from the traditional literary cannon, the following are arguments from school systems and departmens that have been sucessful with the change.

As previously mentioned, there are many other sources and information on the topic that are very useful in developing your opinon on the ethnic literature debate.
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Although there is great evidence and arguments for the use of Ethnic literature in the High School English Classroom, the next question to ask is:[[Are schools and English Departments making the change?]] Many school may not be able or ready to take the plunge into multicultural literature and break away from the traditional literary cannon, the following are arguments from school systems and departments that have been successful with the change.

As previously mentioned, there are many other sources and information on the topic that are very useful in developing your opinion on the ethnic literature debate.
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Although there is great evidence and arguments for the use of Ethnic literature in the High School English Classroom, the next question to ask is:[[Are schools and English Departments making the change?]]

Here are some:[[Futher applicable questions to consider]]


As previously mentioned, there are many other sources and information on the topic that are very useful in
the debate.
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Although there is great evidence and arguments for the use of Ethnic literature in the High School English Classroom, the next question to ask is:[[Are schools and English Departments making the change?]] Many school may not be able or ready to take the plung into multicultural literature and break away from the traditional literary cannon, the following are arguments from school systems and departmens that have been sucessful with the change.

As previously mentioned, there are many other sources and information on the topic that are very useful in developing your opinon on the ethnic literature
debate.
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"Passing the Baton"...here are some:

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Before we can get started on the ethnic literature debate, it is important to understand what is going on the in the current English High School classrooms.
[[What are traditional texts What are we teaching and reading now?]]


Once the understanding
of the current English curriculum is clear, we can now dive into the benefits of using Ethnic literature in the English classroom. There is much information on this subject, but I have picked the most applicable and given a general summary of the sources, and some ideas, questions, contemplations and thoughts on the issue.
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Before we can get started on the use of ethnic literature in the High School debate, it is important to first understand what is going on the in the current English High School classrooms. Such as a in dept explanation of what the traditional texts are, and what is being taught and read in the High School English Classrooms: [[What are traditional texts What are we teaching and reading now?]]


Now that we have a basic understanding of what is going on in the English classsroom and the English curriculum, we can dive into the benefits and affects of using Ethnic literature in the High School
English classroom. There is much information on this subject, but I have picked the most applicable and given a general summary of the sources, and some ideas, questions, contemplations and thoughts on the issue.
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Curriculum FAQ: Should ethnic literature be useed in the High School English Classroom?

Before we can get started on the ethnic literature debate, it is important to understand what is going on the in the current English High School classrooms.
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Once the understanding of the current English curriculum is clear, we can now dive into the benefits of using Ethnic literature in the English classroom. There is much information on this subject, but I have picked the most applicable and given a general summary of the sources, and some ideas, questions, contemplations and thoughts on the issue.
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[[Are schools and English Departments making the change?]]

[[Suggested Reading List]]

[[Futher applicable questions to consider]]

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Although there is great evidence and arguments for the use of Ethnic literature in the High School English Classroom, the next question to ask is:[[Are schools and English Departments making the change?]]

Here are some:[[Futher applicable questions to consider]]


As previously mentioned, there are many other sources and information on the topic that are very useful in the debate.

[[Work Cited]]

[[Suggested Reading List
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[[How does using ethnic literature improve the high school curriculum?]]
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[[How does using ethnic literature improve the high school curriculum?]]

[[Are schools and English Departments making the change?]]

[[Suggested Reading List]]

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