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Voices of Immigrant Storytellers Teaching Guide for Middle and High Schools

Voices of Immigrant Storytellers Teaching Guide for Middle and High Schools

Teaching Guide for Middle and High Schools

Edited by Tea Rozman Clark and Veronica Quillien

Published by: Green Card Voices

176 pages, 5.00 x 9.00 in, 20 color illustrations

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  • ISBN: 9780692572818
  • Published: September 2015

$20.00

Designed with a diverse student body in mind, this teaching guide uses real-life immigrant stories from Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America, demonstrating a wide range of occupations and immigration statuses, as its foundation to be used in social studies classrooms following the Common Core standards. The lessons engage all five of the senses through explorations of multicultural food and music while keeping personal storytelling at its core. Veronica Quillien is the founder of Language Attitudes an immigrant from Cameroon. She is a PhD candidate in Curriculum Design and Instruction at the University of Minnesota.