Culture in the Classroom
An examination of three minority groups within the United States and how their cultures need to be included into any classroom debate.
# 55619 | 2,547 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2005 |
Published on Jan 31, 2005 in Education (Social Issues) , Anthropology (North American) , Ethnic Studies (General)
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This paper argues that Hispanic, Islamic, and African-American cultures need to be greatly considered and taken into account by a teacher in any classroom debate or setting because of the influence these cultures have in broader American society. The cultures are each discussed, and then the writer concludes that the classroom teacher needs to consider these important cultural factors and construct a non-confrontational way of coping with them and explaining them to a student body that is almost bound to contain members of each group.
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