Fredericksen, Elaine Freedman
January 2003
New World of Writers: Teaching Writing in a Diverse Society;2003, p117
The article comments on the need to change the conventional pedagogical approach adopted in learning communities in the U.S., particularly in language arts classes, and in teaching writing components to minority students. According to the author, due to the increasing student population in the U.S., several cultural factors should be considered by educators in order to meet the educational needs of their students. Teachers also need to adopt a new perspective with regards to education.


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