Children's Textbooks Research Paper by supercalifragilistic

Children's Textbooks
A discussion regarding the bias apparent in children's textbooks.
# 96626 | 1,231 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Jul 12, 2007 in Education (Teaching Methods) , Literature (Children) , History (General) , Literature (General)

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This paper takes a look at children's textbooks and the issue of stereotyping. The paper focuses primarily on gender issues. According to the paper, a more fundamental reanalysis of what American history really is must be embarked upon, and until then teachers must strive to supplement textbook knowledge with outside learning and interpretive activities if they want to provide a fuller picture of past and present human life to students.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • American History: Early Years to 1877. (2006). New York: Glencoe McGraw Hill.
  • "Community Map." (2004). Houghton Mifflin. Retrieved 19 Dec 2006 at<>
  • Golden, Daniel. (19 Aug 2006). "Aiming for Diversity, Textbooks Overshoot." The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 19 Dec 2006 at<>
  • Jacoby, Jeff. (30 Aug 2006). "Sacrificing truth on the altar of diversity." The Boston Globe. Retrieved 19 Dec 2006 at<>
  • My World: Bringing Social Studies Alive. (2004). New York: Houghton Mifflin.

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