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This video was created for EDU 587 Working with Immigrants, at Georgetown College. It includes information about the history and culture of Syria, as well as recommendations for creating a Culturally Responsive teaching environment.
More great resources to keep your students reading and learning over the summer!
Source: Summer Slide
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Free webinar series: Religious Diversity in the Classroom. The five-part series, along with accompanying resources for teachers, examine how awareness of religious diversity affects global citizenship, and how teaching about religion across grade levels and subject areas can help meet academic standards.
Language Magazine explores different methods and resources for helping ELL students to keep up with their studies over the summer in fun ways.
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This Song Around the World features children in several different countries. It was released in observance of Universal Children’s Day in 2015. “Children are our hope for the future and it is up to us to pave the way so that their future is bright. Come one, come all and join together to make this world a better place for us and the generations to follow.”
Source: Children Celebrate Culture
Teaching about Ramadan and Eid is just one step educators can take toward making religious diversity a regular point of discussion in the classroom. This article, shared on Dr. Broady’s ESL Blog, helps to teach students about diverse cultural and religious traditions while also teaching about empathy and kindness.