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Contextualized Instruction consists of three levels; teaching (strategy), curriculum (culturally relevant materials) and policy (specifically in collaboration with parents and communities). Create an activity/lesson that will address all three levels. The activity/lesson should draw on what the students may already know from home, community or school, will be meaningful, will show knowledge of local norms (please choose one culture/language/community to highlight), will show evidence of integration of the community and creates an opportunity for parents or families to be involved.

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Social Science activity for teaching about the various cultures present in the classroom. This activity could be used with activities across the curriculum.

You can plan a class fair where you can have the students describe their individual cultures whether Hispanic, Asian, African-American and Native Americans. You can have the students for a Language lesson read various books on their ...

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