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EDCI 2030 Section 3 Group Presentation Geralyn Schexnayder Hannah Darphin Kelsey Kelin Brooke Stuart
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“The Public School and the Immigrant Child” by Jane Addams O Main ideas: O Public schools do not accommodate to various cultures, especially for immigrant children. O Teachers need to incorporate each child’s cultural background into the class lessons.
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Indictments 1. Public school systems separate the immigrant child from his/her parents 2. Public schools fail to prepare students for the real world. 3. Children who were cut off from their parents will not be able to hold a family together as parents.
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“…Schools ought to do more to connect these children with the best things of the past…” O Schools need to encourage immigrant students to accept their native culture. Doing this would prevent rebellion against their parents because of cultural differences.
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Conclusion “Give these children a chance to utilize the historic and industrial material which they see about them and they will begin to have a sense of ease in America, a first consciousness of being home.”
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