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EN 7337 - Approaches to Teaching Multi-Ethnic Literature

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EN 7337 Course Description

Approaches to Teaching Multi-Ethnic Literature - This course provides background information, resources, and knowledge necessary to teach Mexican American, Native American, and African American literature courses at the secondary level. The course examines the historical background of the literatures, cultures, and pedagogies of the Mexican American, Native American, and African American traditions. Students engage with a wide range of assignments including the development of pedagogical approaches, lesson plans, and activities, research presentations, short critical essays, and Canvas posts, while also helping to create a library resource guide for secondary educators. Students will be prepared to teach Mexican American, Native American, and African American literature courses at the secondary level, while adhering to current TEKS guidelines, and learning state of the art pedagogies.

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