For the high school teacher or administrator, a discussion of intercultural education as it can be developed through the...

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For the high school teacher or administrator, a discussion of intercultural education as it can be developed through the intercultural unit. The approaches to such a unit; its introduction; the various points of departure; suggested reading, recordings, etc., topics which lend themselves to unit study (the Negro problem, the Jewish problem, etc.); what the teacher can accomplish through diagnosis of prejudice and redirection; field trips, surveys; lectures, discussion. . . For direct application in this field, this presents good content material and illustrative methods.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949