Providing useful definitions of respect in terms that are easily understood by youngsters, this picture book expresses the importance of valuing adults and classmates alike. Combining cheerful illustrations with simple language, this useful guide explains the basics of respectful behavior to young children. It emphasizes the value of a climate of mutual respect among teachers and classmates and the immediate and long term benefits to students who practice these behaviors--such as special privileges within the classroom, as well as acheiving future sucess in life. Focusing on the specific needs of African American school children, this helpful resource is a perfect tool for teachers who wish to foster a sense of courtesy in their young charges, allowing for a calmer, more focused classroom.
About the Author :
Jawanza Kunjufu has contributed to A Culture of Respect as an author.
Carter G. Woodson was the founder of Black History Week. He wrote "The Negro in Our History, The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861, A Century of Negro Migration," and "The African Background Outlined," He died in 1950. Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu is the author of "Lessons from History" and "Restoring the Village," He lives in Chicago.
|Title:||A Culture of Respect||Publisher:||African American Images|
|No. of Pages:||24|
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