"Black Narcissus" and Special Education Classes
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The paper provides a two page paper describing Rumer Godden's novel, "Black Narcissus", and how it can be adapted for senior students. The paper also incldues a paper discussing an article by Roher & Brown (2004) on how theorists and schools may shift to 'discipline education' models forgetting the presence of special education classes that use different approaches. The paper discusses the article's strong argument in favour of consulting special education teachers when introducing any new agenda.
From the Paper:"Rumer Godden died in 1998, a noted British literary figure, whose novels were set in India where Godden spent much of her life. Her 1939 novel, "Black Narcissus", will interest senior students who will learn from Godden's simple way of explaining interesting places. The teacher can provide an introduction to the Himalayan Mountains where the novel takes place and the town of Darjeeling. A chance is given to explain that many nuns remain involved in work abroad such as teaching and medical service, that the setting of the novel would be usual in India with more than one convent or convent project in Darjeeling into the present. Many young..."
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