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In this pathbreaking book, law professor Sharon Rush raises critical questions about the iconic American novel The .

In this pathbreaking book, law professor Sharon Rush raises critical questions about the iconic American novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, giving us a controversial and deeply critical analysis of the racist context, text, and implications of Mark Twain's masterpiece.

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HUCK FINN’S HIDDEN LESSONS: TEACHING AND LEARNING ACROSS THE COLOR LINE, (Rowman & Littlefield 2006). Lessons From and For ‘Disabled’ Students, 8 U. Iowa J. Gender and Race 73-97(2004) (symposium). Emotional Segregation, 36 Univ. LOVING ACROSS THE COLOR LINE: A WHITE ADOPTIVE MOTHER LEARNS ABOUT RACE, (Rowman & Littlefield 2000). Rush, B. Taylor, R. Munro, ed. Rothman Press 1998). J. of Law Reform 1-63 (2003).

Huck Finn's "hidden" lessons : teaching and learning across the color line Sharon E. Rush. Huck Finn's "hidden" lessons : teaching and learning across the color line Sharon E. Twain and the color line The legal roots of racism during Twain's lifetime : the "separate but equal" doctrine Huck and emotional segregation : a culture of disrespect in the classroom Huck and the canon of American literature Teaching democratic values How a decision to teach Huck conflicts with teaching democratic values and authenticity What do children know about race?

Lesson planning is a significant element of teaching-learning system. A lesson plan is a step-by-step guide that provides a structure for an essential learning. It helps the teacher to choose the materials, adapt the activities to student’s needs, be prepared to possible problems.

Lesson planning is a significant element of teaching-learning system. An effective lesson plan has three basic components; aims and objectives of the course, teaching and learning activities and, assessments to check student understanding of the topic. Step 1 – Identify the aims of the lesson

Huck Finn's 'Hidden' Lessons challenges the more typical understanding of Twain's classic and guides readers through an analysis that demonstrates how racism functions in the book and the classroom.

Huck Finn's 'Hidden' Lessons challenges the more typical understanding of Twain's classic and guides readers through an analysis that demonstrates how racism functions in the book and the classroom. Rush explains how Huck Finn creates emotional segregation in classrooms and concludes that taking Huck out of the secondary curricula will mark a significant step towards cultivating healthy race relations by admitting that the American classic reflects the racism of its times.

Huck Finn's Hidden Lessons : Teaching and Learning Across the Color Line. This controversial book will enter the debate over the proper place of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in-or, better, out-of the classroom. For years, middle and high school students across the . have been required to read Twain's work because the dominant white community has revered it as an antiracist classic.

teaching and learning across the color line. There's no description for this book yet. Published 2006 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers in Lanham, Md. Written in English. Twain and the color line. The legal roots of racism during Twain's lifetime : the "separate but equal" doctrine. Huck and emotional segregation : a culture of disrespect in the classroom. Huck and the canon of American literature. Teaching democratic values. How a decision to teach Huck conflicts with teaching democracy and authenticity.

This controversial book will enter the debate over the proper place of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in―or, better, out―of the classroom. For years, middle and high school students across the U.S. have been required to read Twain's work because the dominant white community has revered it as an antiracist classic. Sharon Rush claims that, for the black community, its imposition in the curricula remains a stark emblem of the persistent racism of American society. Huck Finn's 'Hidden' Lessons challenges the more typical understanding of Twain's classic and guides readers through an analysis that demonstrates how racism functions in the book and the classroom. Rush explains how Huck Finn creates emotional segregation in classrooms and concludes that taking Huck out of the secondary curricula will mark a significant step towards cultivating healthy race relations by admitting that the American classic reflects the racism of its times.
Huck Finn's 'Hidden' Lessons: Teaching and Learning Across the Color Line download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Sharon E. Rush
ISBN: 0742545202
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (February 2, 2006)
Pages: 176 pages