reading guide- Deculturalization Chs. 1-4

reading guide- Deculturalization Chs. 1-4 - 2 Describe the...

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ED 315:  Diverse Perspectives in Education Reading Guide Deculturalization and the Struggle for Equality Chapter 1: 1.  Be able to define the terms “deculturalization” and “assimilation,” and provide one example of  each  from American history. Chapter 2: 1.  Identify the underlying purpose of various efforts to educate Native Americans in the 1800’s. 2.  Discuss key elements of the strategy to “civilize” Indian children at boarding schools  (consider, for  instance, religion, language, and patriotism). Chapter 3: 1.  Be able to discuss and compare strategies used by slaves in the North and South to  preserve their  cultural identity.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Describe the debate between Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois over the best way to advance educational and social opportunities for former slaves. 3. Identify at least three interest groups who had an interest in the education of African Americans in the South during the first and second “Crusades for Literacy.” Chapter 4: 1. Describe two examples in which confusion over the meaning of “race” led to the denial of rights to Asians in the United States. 2. Discuss the use of racial stereotypes to justify educational policies for Asian American students....
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