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Refer to Sandra in secondary school literature ; she discusses how the English multicultural curriculum is has completed ignored certain American groups, and how this misrepresents American literature to students.

Also refer to Shawn D. Content Analysis of the most commonly adopted high school literature for a another source on traditional texts used in high school curriculum.
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Also refer to Sandra in secondary school literature ; she discusses how the English multicultural curriculum is has completed ignored certain American groups, and how this misrepresents American literature to students.
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Refer to Sandra in secondary school literature ; she discusses how the English multicultural curriculum is has completed ignored certain American groups, and how this misrepresents American literature to students.

Also refer to Shawn D. Content Analysis of the most commonly adopted high school literature for a another source on traditional texts used in high school curriculum
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Before you just dive into the middle of the ethnic/mulitcultural literature debate, it would be helpful to get an idea of what is going on today in the High School English Classroom.

The following are two sources I found that can provide you with a general basis.


[[Top Ten Books Taught in
High Schools]]
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Just like in any other issue, it is best for one to do a little research about the topic before diving in. Therefore, when researching this topic, the first thing I wanted to find out about Ethnic Literature use in the classroom, was: What is being used today? What does the High School English literary canon consists of? Who decides on what is being read in the classroom? The best information for this background research was in reading lists and textbooks lists.

The following are two sources that do just that:

[[Top Ten Books Taught in High
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*These sources are grouped together to help the reader understand what is going on in the current High School English Curriculum to then be able to see how the curriculum could or should change.
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Now that you have a better footing on such an unstable ground, you can proceed to the sources that help explain how Ethnic/multicultural literature can improve the High School English Classroom.
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*These sources are grouped together to help the reader understand what is going on in the current High School English Curriculum to then be able to see how the curriculum could or should change.
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