9780827380158

Creative Resources for the Anti-Bias Classroom

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  • ISBN13:

    9780827380158

  • ISBN10:

    0827380151

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 7/16/1998
  • Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing

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Summary

This text on anti-bias activities integrates information about developmentally based planning and child development that reflects the current diversities of our society. Experiences have been designed to promote the positive self-esteem of each individual child, support the value of others' uniqueness and enable children to think critically about discrimination and acquire skills in pro-activism. Activities are organized by developmental areas and by curriculum areas (e.g. math, language, social studies, science, art, music, etc.). A sequential Anti-Bias Developmental Overview chart summarizes all 300 activities as an illustration of skill progression from infancy to school age. Developmentally appropriate interactions and materials are used to strengthen a child's awareness of and comfort with diversity.-easy-to-read format presents information in a simple, straightforward manner; hundreds of activities are demonstrated to represent an integrated curriculum approach - developmentally based curriculum covers wide age span from 0-12 years -developmental benchmarks provide best practice for infants/toddlers and planning for early childhood and elementary classrooms -developmental and curriculum web illustrate how to support anti-bias skill building

Table of Contents

Preface ix(2)
About the Author xi(1)
Acknowledgments xii(1)
Foreword xiii
Unit 1: Introduction
1(18)
Unit 2: Anti-Bias Activities for Infants
19(30)
Developmental Overview for Infants
20(1)
Web for Infants
21(1)
Summary of Anti-Bias Skills
22(1)
Letter to Families of Infants/Toddlers
23(1)
Activities
24(22)
Resources for Infants
46(1)
Finger Plays, Action Rhymes, and Songs
47(2)
Unit 3: Anti-Bias Activities for Toddlers
49(48)
Developmental Overview for Toddlers
50(1)
Web for Toddlers
51(1)
Summary of Anti-Bias Skills
52(2)
Activities
54(38)
Resources for Toddlers
92(3)
Finger Plays, Action Rhymes, and Songs
95(2)
Unit 4: Anti-Bias Activities for Preschoolers and Kindergartners
97(94)
Developmental Overview for Preschoolers and Kindergartners
98(1)
Web for Preschoolers and Kindergartners
99(1)
Summary of Anti-Bias Skills
100(4)
Letter to Families of Preschool/Kindergarten Children
104(1)
Activities
105(80)
Resources for Preschoolers and Kindergartners
185(2)
Finger Plays, Action Rhymes, and Songs
187(4)
Unit 5: Anti-Bias Activities for Elementary School Children
191(134)
Developmental Overview for Elementary School Children
192(1)
Web for Elementary School Children
193(1)
Summary of Anti-Bias Skills
194(3)
Letter to Families of Elementary School Children
197(1)
Book Webs and Activities
198(122)
Resources for Elementary School Children
320(5)
Appendix 325(25)
Anti-Bias Key 325(1)
Reproducible Anti-Bias Environmental Support Chart 326(1)
Reproducible Community Resources Chart 327(1)
Reproducible Literature Resource List 328(1)
Anti-Bias Matrix 329(1)
Developmental Overview Activity Chart 330(3)
Annotated Literature Resource List 333(5)
Literature Resource List 338(4)
Braille Guide 342(1)
American Manual Alphabet 342(1)
Numbers-American Manual Alphabet 343(1)
Examples of Signed English 344(1)
Aboriginal Art Symbols 345(1)
Pic Symbols 346(1)
Teacher Resources 347(3)
Bibliography 350(2)
Index 352

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