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Black Communications

Breaking Down the Barriers


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Black Communications by Evelyn Baker Dandy
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This book asks the questions how can we move our children from Black English to Standard English without destroying their (often-fragile) self-esteem; how to utilize the skills of 'rap' and the 'dozens' in the classroom; and how a teacher will fail to be effective if he or she does not understand and appreciate the culture of the black students they seek to educate and inspire. Black Communications is 'must' reading for anyone with a responsibility to assist black urban students to successfully function in the academic, business, cultural, political, and social mainstream worlds. Parents and educators will find this work full of useful information.

Author Biography

Evelyn B Dandy
Release date NZ
December 1st, 1991
Country of Publication
United States
b/w photos
African American Images
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