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Lesson Plans


Re: multiculturalism

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Deb Mortl (dmortl)
Tue, 16 Nov 1999 15:06:52 CST


At the high school level, I have my advanced painting students do a
"cultural self-portrait". They answer a list of questions I give them
(everything from where the ancestors came from to what is the meaning of
their name) and try to connect the answers they discovered to some kind of
imagery they can build a painting around. The students love it, and the
parents do too because the kids talk to them about their heritage and family
history.

Deb

>
>Hi! I've been reading this list serve for a little while now- it's time
>to jump in! I am wondering how you deal with multiculturalism in your
>classrooms- in how you address the various cultural backgrounds of your
>students in your teaching,as well as how you include multiculturalism in
>your
>curriculum.
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