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Global Voices: Using Historical Fiction to Teach Social Studies Paperback – Nov 25 2004

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Good resource for multicultural education June 14 2000
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This is a great tool for teachers of language arts or social studies in the middle school grades. The book provides lessons that incorporate contemporary literature from many cultures, such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Japan, Spanish Speaking, etc. The book is well laid out and put together, an easy format for anyone to reference and use.