ENG 242: Multicultural Literature for Youth
This course is a survey of prose, poetry and illustrated books exploring the experience of minority youth in American society suitable for the preschool through early adolescent child. Students will apply critical reading, thinking and writing skills to assess literary works. This course is strongly recommended for students entering elementary education; also, the course is beneficial for library studies or work, teacher's aide programs, nursery and day care work and as general education for parents.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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