This is the only book currently on the market that addresses African American issues in education, special education, and related human service fields. With the increased demographics of children of color in schools and the decrease in African Americans pursuing teaching careers coupled with the social and political changes and the overrepresentation of minorities in special education and the court system, this is the book that brings and enlightening and broad perspective on student-teacher mismatches; clashes and misrepresentations of behavior, language and learning differences. This new resource describes the language of African American children, contrasts it from disordered communication, and recommends practical applications for working with African American children in the classroom. It discusses the controversial language of Ebonics and concludes that it is a separate language. All educators and speech-language pathologists, and anyone working with African American children in an educational setting.
Jean Van Keulen, Gloria Toliver Weddington, Charles Debose.
Jean Van Keulen, Gloria Toliver Weddington, Charles Debose. It provides a broad context to increase understanding of differences, and how these differences affect teachers, teaching, learning and academic outcomes of African American students
by Jean E. Van Keulen, Charles E. DeBose, Gloria Toliver Weddington.
by Jean E. ISBN13:9780205152681.
African-American Vernacular English (AAVE) has been the center of controversy about the education of. .
African-American Vernacular English (AAVE) has been the center of controversy about the education of African-American youths, the role AAVE should play in public schools and education, and its place in broader society.
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Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. by Jean E. Van Keulen. Published 1998 by Allyn and Bacon in Boston, Mass.
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African-American Standard English is the prestigious end of the middle-class African-American .
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