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Character Education through Story: K-6 Lessons To Build Character through Multi-Cultural Literature
This resource manual integrates literature and social studies with an emphasis on character development. Using children's literature as a catalyst for investigating representative cultures, the manual's curriculum writers crafted multicultural, integrated, thematic lessons for the K-6 classroom that can be used throughout the year. Included are literary selections, teaching strategies, and instructional activities.
Author/Creator: Hester, Joseph P.
Author's address: Character Development Publishing, P.O. Box 9211, Chapel Hill, NC 27515-9211 ($34.95). Tel: 919-967-2110; Fax: 919-967-2138; e-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.CharacterEducation.com.
Date Published: 00-00
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Audience: Teachers/ Practitioners
010 Books; 020 Collected Works--General; 052 Guides--Classroom--Teacher
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