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Book: Other People’s Children: Cultural Conflict in the Classroom

  • Provides, the title, author(s) and a brief synopsis of the movie, documentary or book content
  • Evaluate the author’s intentions. What is the author’s primary purpose? What does he or she hope to communicate to the viewer or reader?
  • Highlight its key strengths and weaknesses
  • Calls attention to its scholarly value and relationship to equity and social justice.
  • Gives an opinion (See sample reflection questions below.)

Additionally, you will include a reflection that considers the following critical        questions (You do not need to take each question individually and answer it.):

  • What does this have to do with me?
  • How could I explain these concepts to others (parents, students, peers, colleagues, etc.)?
  • What emotions are conjured up as I read? What’s that about?
  • What can I change about my practice, curricula, relationships, and policies?
  • How can I use this to center my teaching on my most marginalized students?
  • How does this connect with previous things I’ve learned?
  • How much more is there to learn?
  • Who can I share this with?
  • How can I lead my peers in taking up this work?

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