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Other people"s children

Ramona Backus

Other people"s children

some suggestions for the care of young children

by Ramona Backus

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Published by Elizabeth McCormick Memorial Fund in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child rearing.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ramona Backus, Aline Brough and Irene Bennett Needhan; drawings by Ann Gale.
    ContributionsBrough, Aline, joint author., Needham, Irene Bennett, joint author., Elizabeth McCormick Memorial Fund.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ769 .B22
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6455588M
    LC Control Number43016022
    OCLC/WorldCa34661955

    The author explores the topics of the cultural clash between students and school, stereotyping, child deficit assumptions that lead to teaching less instead of more, ignorance of community norms, invisibility, and addressing the problems of educating poor and culturally diverse children. Or at least just give them a better option. Children's realistic fiction features main characters of approximately the age or slightly older than the book's intended audience. It also captured the influence the two cultures had on how Ballenger and her students engaged in the classroom. It must be incredibly painful.

    Delpit furthered her argument with different illustrations to show differences in communication styles of teachers of color when speaking to their students. Writing Style: Ballenger does a fine job in presenting us with cutting-edge teacher research. Picture Story Books. He had no idea what it felt like to be standing there saying no when what I really wanted to do was say yes. They are imaginative tales require young readers to accept elements and story lines that clearly cannot be true - readers must suspend disbelief. A unique problem presents itself as both groups of teachers feel they have the correct answer, but are not their voices are not being heard.

    She highlights the importance of looking beyond standardized test scores and scripted instructional programs if one is to truly educate all students. If I was in their position I would feel the same. That, and the occasional unguarded smile. The author relates the personal experiences of teachers of color, who confirm stories of discrimination, bias, and negative experiences with stereotypical attitudes. Usually only when someone is very upset.


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Other peoples children book

Graphics courtesy of. It introduces the school, children, and teacher. Children's books that provide a "visual experience" - telling a story with pictures. Ballenger faced many challenges in trying to teach to students that did not share her cultural background.

Other People's Children: Cultural conflict in the classroom. Common Themes[ edit ] The Granting of Students Access to the Culture of Power[ edit ] In one of her most heavily cited works, The Silenced Dialogue: Power and Pedagogy in Educating Other People's Children, [12] Delpit argues the focus on process-oriented as opposed to skills-oriented writing instruction reduces the chances for black children to gain access to the tools required for accessing the "culture of power", which she describes as follows: 1 Issues of power as being enacted in classrooms; 2 Codes or rules established for participation in power, lending credence to the existence of a "culture of power"; 3 Rules of the culture of power being a reflection of the rules adhered to in the culture of those who have power; 4 Understanding explicitly the rules of a culture of power as fundamental to acquisition of the power of that culture; and 5 Tendency of those within the culture of power to be least aware or willing to admit that a culture of power exists.

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Acquisition of literate discourse. Bigelow, L. She suggests that "the teacher can not be the only expert in the room" [12] and students should be able to display their own expert knowledge in the classroom. The author expresses her concern over assessment methods that standardize performance, as she believes that quality teaching cannot be replicated in the same way for every context or cultural setting.

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The stories are contemporary or are nondescript as to when they occur.

Book: Teaching other people’s children: Literacy and learning in a bilingual classroom

As we read and enjoy the book, we don't even think about which is more important, the illustrations or the text. The author maintains that black students do not advance with this method, and that the direct teaching of skills is crucial to their success. She asserts educators have much to learn from pre-integration African-American institutions in which Black intelligence is affirmed and which provide students with the motivation to achieve.

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Aug 01,  · Book Summary: The title of this book is Other People's Children and it was written by Lisa Delpit. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is Aug 01, and it has a suggested retail price of $Pages: Chapter Summaries Chapter 1: Skills and Other Dilemmas of a Progressive Black Educator Power and Pedagogy in Educating Other People’s Children the suggested activities include listening to audiotaped stories narrated by people from different cultures and reading children’s books written in the dialects of various cultural groups.

Sep 21,  · Anyone who is raising other people’s children, and this includes boarding staff and camp staff as well as all those I have already mentioned, can make a positive difference in the lives of children if they have high positive expectations, a safe home, and a capacity to love, hopefully fiercely and unconditionally.