By Sonia Nieto
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Estrin, E. T. (1995). Bringing Native American perspectives to mathematics and science teaching. Theory into Practice, 34(3), 174–185. Nieto, S. (1999). The light in their eyes: Creating multicultural learning communities. New York: Teachers College Press. Nieto, S. (2000). ). New York: Longman. , & Delpit, L. ). (1998). The real ebonics debate: Power, language, and the education of African-American children. Boston: Beacon Press & Rethinking Schools. Rodriguez, R. (1982). Hunger of memory: The education of Richard Rodriguez.
Cause Mr. Benson, 14 Introduction he says, I can go into Harvard and converse with those people, and I can go out in the street and rap with y’all. It’s that type of thing, I love it. I try and be like that myself. I have my street talk. ” But I get somewhere where I know the people aren’t familiar with that language or aren’t accepting that language, and I will talk properly. . I walk into a place and I listen to how people are talking, and it just automatically comes to me. (Nieto, 2000, p.
In too many cases, rather than provide those students who most need it with a rigorous and exciting curriculum, they are instead tested yearly to see how well they have learned the conventions of test taking and the basic structure of the ﬁve-paragraph essay. These may be necessary skills for them to learn, but they are certainly not enough. What often stands in the way of learning are the attitudes concerning what children living in diﬃcult conditions are capable of doing: If they do not speak English, it’s as if they do not speak at all; if they live in poverty, they are treated as if their minds are also impoverished; and the darker their skin, the lower their intelligence is thought to be.