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Flipping The Coin: Towards A Double-Faced Approach To Teaching Black Literature In Secondary English Classrooms, Vincent Ray Price Mar 2017

Flipping The Coin: Towards A Double-Faced Approach To Teaching Black Literature In Secondary English Classrooms, Vincent Ray Price

Theory and Practice in Teacher Education Publications and Other Works

Critiquing two approaches that English teachers use to teach Black, or African-American, literature in the secondary classroom—one that centralizes races and the other that ignores it—this article proposes a hybrid approach that combines both. This double-faced approach recognizes the culturally specific themes that give the text and the Black author their unique voice while also recognizing commonalities that bridge the text to others—despite the race of the authors. To demonstrate the feasibility of the double-faced approach, the article concludes with an examination of three texts through the lens of this “race both matters and doesn’t matter ...


The Two Cultures Of Pedagogy: Teaching And Learning In The Natural Sciences And The Humanities, Howard R. Pollio Apr 1996

The Two Cultures Of Pedagogy: Teaching And Learning In The Natural Sciences And The Humanities, Howard R. Pollio

University Studies Interdisciplinary Publications

" . . . there are philosophical and methodological differences among various disciplines that make a difference in the ways disciplines are thought about and, more importantly for present purposes, how they are taught."


Art, Science, Arete, Neil Greenberg Apr 1988

Art, Science, Arete, Neil Greenberg

University Studies Interdisciplinary Publications

"In the process of institutionalizing and disciplining major human impulses, means and ends are often muddled. The methods most efficient for different endeavors are often profoundly different, some strictly empirical, some integrative, others reductionist. The goals, on the other hand, of fields so seemingly dissimilar as art and science, are found to be more strikingly similar the deeper one digs."


Practical Poetry: Metaphoric Thinking In Science, Art, Literature And, Nearly Everywhere Else, Howard Pollio Oct 1987

Practical Poetry: Metaphoric Thinking In Science, Art, Literature And, Nearly Everywhere Else, Howard Pollio

University Studies Interdisciplinary Publications

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