December 2006
Multicultural Review;Dec2006, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p19
Academic Journal
The article presents several textbooks, resource guides, and curriculum materials for educators at the elementary and secondary levels. "After School Chinese" has been designed for Chinese children living abroad and other children needing to become familiar with Mandarin language. "Around the World" is a trivia-based game that introduces players to various regions of the U.S. and countries throughout the world. "The Line Between Us: Teaching About the Border and Mexican Immigration," by Bill Bigelow explores the history of the U.S.-Mexico relations.


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