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Teaching Those Who Don’t
Talk And Look Like Us
 give a concise personal definition of
multicultural education using a
graphic organizer;
 draw icons for each of the Le...
 it encompasses theories and
practices that strive to promote
equitable access and rigorous
academic achievement for
stud...
 antiracist basic education for all
students that permeates all areas of
schooling, characterized by a
commitment to soci...
 an idea, an educational reform
movement, and a process.(Banks,
1996)
 progressive approach for
transforming education t...
Multicultural education is a broad concept with
several different and important dimensions.
Content Integration
Knowledge ...
 deals with the infusion of various cultures,
ethnicities, and other identities to be
represented in the curriculum.
 de...
involves students in critiquing the
social positioning of groups through
the ways that knowledge is
presented.
describes lessons and activities
that teachers implement to
assert positive images of ethnic
groups and to improve
interg...
 concerns on modifying teaching
styles and approaches with
facilitate the intent of facilitating
academic achievement for...
 describes the examination of the
school culture and organization by all
members of school staff with the
intent to restr...
De Marquez indicated the following goals of
multicultural education:
 help students to develop the knowledge,
attitudes a...
 provide students with the skills to
participate in social action to make the
nation more democratic and free.
Another go...
 encouraging critical thinking
 preventing prejudice and
discrimination
 teaching students that there are
multiple hist...
James A. Banks, presented the four
level of multicultural education
namely:
1. Contributions
2. Additive
3. Transformation...
 deals with heroes, holidays and discrete
cultural elements
 teachers conveniently infuse cultural
themes like holidays ...
 teachers add content, concepts,
themes, and perspectives that are
multicultural without changing the
structure of their ...
 requires teachers to change the
structure of their curriculum to
enable students to engage
concepts, issues, events, and...
 allows the students to make
decisions on important social
issues and take actions to
help solve them.
The preparation of a lesson plan for
this class shifts focus from
subject matter to a broader view
of the need of the clas...
There are 7 steps to which order may vary
but the content remains the same:
1. goals and objectives
2. materials and resou...
This is where the teachers articulates
her expectations from the students
based on the K to 12 Basic Education
Curriculum ...
This is to include all the
materials the teacher will use
for the lessons including the
references, printed and non-
print...
This step is to excite, arouse
interests in, and prepares students
for the learning experience. Some
activities to use her...
This step is where teacher presents,
explains basic concepts, definitions
and clarifications for learners to grasp
the les...
This step is where teacher and learner
go through the process of the
required activity. Instructions may be
given by the t...
This step is where learners are to do
the tasks by themselves. Creativity
and uniqueness are to be
encouraged and respecte...
This is where comments and
suggestions are solicited from
viewers and where teachers can
give encouragement. Rubrics may
b...
Thank you.
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  1. 1. Teaching Those Who Don’t Talk And Look Like Us
  2. 2.  give a concise personal definition of multicultural education using a graphic organizer;  draw icons for each of the Levels of the multicultural education by James Banks; and  list at least three challenges or concerns discussed in the lesson that means a lot personally.
  3. 3.  it encompasses theories and practices that strive to promote equitable access and rigorous academic achievement for students from all diverse groups so that they can work toward social change.(Patty Bode, 2008)
  4. 4.  antiracist basic education for all students that permeates all areas of schooling, characterized by a commitment to social justice and critical approaches to learning. (Sonia Nieto, 1996)  field of study designed to increase educational equity for all students. (Banks and Banks, 1995)
  5. 5.  an idea, an educational reform movement, and a process.(Banks, 1996)  progressive approach for transforming education that holistically critiques and responds to discriminatory policies and practices in education.(Gorski, 2010)
  6. 6. Multicultural education is a broad concept with several different and important dimensions. Content Integration Knowledge Construction Process Prejudice Reduction Equity Pedagogy Empowering School Culture
  7. 7.  deals with the infusion of various cultures, ethnicities, and other identities to be represented in the curriculum.  deals with the extent to which teachers use examples and content from a variety of cultures and groups to illustrate key concepts, principles, generalizations and theories in their subject area or discipline.
  8. 8. involves students in critiquing the social positioning of groups through the ways that knowledge is presented.
  9. 9. describes lessons and activities that teachers implement to assert positive images of ethnic groups and to improve intergroup relations.
  10. 10.  concerns on modifying teaching styles and approaches with facilitate the intent of facilitating academic achievement for all students.
  11. 11.  describes the examination of the school culture and organization by all members of school staff with the intent to restructure institutional practices to create access for all groups.
  12. 12. De Marquez indicated the following goals of multicultural education:  help students to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills to participate in a democratic and free society.  promote the freedom, abilities and skills to cross ethnic and cultural boundaries
  13. 13.  provide students with the skills to participate in social action to make the nation more democratic and free. Another goals includes:  creating a safe, accepting and successful learning environment  strengthening cultural consciousness  strengthening intercultural awareness
  14. 14.  encouraging critical thinking  preventing prejudice and discrimination  teaching students that there are multiple historical perspectives
  15. 15. James A. Banks, presented the four level of multicultural education namely: 1. Contributions 2. Additive 3. Transformational 4. Social action approach
  16. 16.  deals with heroes, holidays and discrete cultural elements  teachers conveniently infuse cultural themes like holidays and heroes in the curriculum  DepEd Memo No. 28 s. 2011 identified a portion of 22 days for national and local event celebrations.
  17. 17.  teachers add content, concepts, themes, and perspectives that are multicultural without changing the structure of their instructional materials. Here teachers work hard to infuse multicultural themes, content, and perspective into the main curriculum.
  18. 18.  requires teachers to change the structure of their curriculum to enable students to engage concepts, issues, events, and themes from a multicultural perspective.
  19. 19.  allows the students to make decisions on important social issues and take actions to help solve them.
  20. 20. The preparation of a lesson plan for this class shifts focus from subject matter to a broader view of the need of the classroom community.
  21. 21. There are 7 steps to which order may vary but the content remains the same: 1. goals and objectives 2. materials and resources 3. anticipatory set or entry 4. instructional input 5. guided practice 6. independent practice 7. assessment or evaluation
  22. 22. This is where the teachers articulates her expectations from the students based on the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum Guide, and it is also in this part where he articulates any multicultural and behavioral objective that she wants to achieve through the lesson.
  23. 23. This is to include all the materials the teacher will use for the lessons including the references, printed and non- printed, facilities that enhance the presentation of the lesson.
  24. 24. This step is to excite, arouse interests in, and prepares students for the learning experience. Some activities to use here may include but not limited to: reading of a relevant story, playing a short game, viewing a film teaser and many more.
  25. 25. This step is where teacher presents, explains basic concepts, definitions and clarifications for learners to grasp the lesson.
  26. 26. This step is where teacher and learner go through the process of the required activity. Instructions may be given by the teacher to the whole group or may distribute it individually.
  27. 27. This step is where learners are to do the tasks by themselves. Creativity and uniqueness are to be encouraged and respected in order to respect diversity.
  28. 28. This is where comments and suggestions are solicited from viewers and where teachers can give encouragement. Rubrics may be used so that peer evaluation and sharing will take place.
  29. 29. Thank you.

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