|Course Number:||EDU 5620 C10|
|Instructor:||Laura Terry, B.Ed., BA.P., and P.G.C.SE.|
|Location:||Online via Canvas|
|Dates and Times:||October 21, 2019- January 13, 2020|
|Credits:||3 graduate credits|
By introducing and implementing non-fiction multicultural children's literature into the literacy curriculum, this will enable our learners to develop and build their own values, perspectives, beliefs, and to appreciate and respect those of others from different countries and cultures. Our learners will build and strengthen their courage and raise their own awareness to honor differences other than their own. Empathy toward others and advocating for basic human rights for all can be achieved! Learning we all can make a difference in the world we live in is so powerful!
Raise awareness of diversity and culture
You will also need to purchase the following non-fiction multicultural children's literature books:
The Girl Who Buried Her Dreams in a Can A True Story by Dr. Tererai Trent
The Librarian of Basra A True Story From Iraq by Jeanette Winter
Malala A Brave Girl From Pakistan and Iqbal A Brave Boy From Pakistan by Jeanette Winter (both stories are in the same book)
Biblioburro A True Story From Columbia by Jeanette Winter
Nasreen’s Secret School A True Story From Afghanistan by Jeanette Winter
Wangari’s Trees Of Peace A True Story From Africa by Jeanette Winter
There will also be articles provided by the instructor.
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