Reading Native American Literature: A Teacher's Guide
National Council of Teachers of English, 2004 - 169 стор.
Grounded in the idea that studying tribal cultures will enable students to gain deeper insights into Native literatures, each chapter in this volume helps teachers recognise what students need to know and then provides them with supporting materials and activities that will lead them to more informed interpretations of the literature.
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First Encounters and the Language of Race
Early Native American Poetry
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