MARC Bibliographic Record

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100 1_ $aCornelius, Carol,$d1948-
245 10 $aIroquois corn in a culture-based curriculum :$ba framework for respectfully teaching about cultures /$cCarol Cornelius.
264 _1 $aAlbany :$bState University of New York Press,$c[1999]
264 _4 $c©1999
300    $axv, 269 pages :$billustrations, maps ;$c23 cm.
336    $atext$btxt$2rdacontent
337    $aunmediated$bn$2rdamedia
338    $avolume$bnc$2rdacarrier
490 1_ $aSUNY series, the social context of education
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 279-290) and index.
505 0_ $a1. The Problem: Stereotypes -- 2. Cultural Evolution: The Theories behind the Stereotypes -- 3. The Theories Become the Standard Curriculum -- 4. Valuing Diversity through Culture-Based Curriculum -- 5. The Thanksgiving Address: An Expression of Haudenosaunee World View -- 6. Corn as a Cultural Center of the Haudenosaunee Way of Life -- 7. The Interaction of Corn and Cultures -- 8. Dynamic Aspects of Haudenosaunee Culture -- 9. The Contemporary Role of Corn in Haudenosaunee Culture -- App. 1. Seneca Thanksgiving Address by Chief Corbett Sundown, Tonawanda Seneca, 1959 -- App. 2. Long Opening Thanksgiving Address by Enos Williams, Grand River 1974 -- App. 3. Ernest Smith Paintings - Rochester Museum, 1991 -- App. 4. Publications Containing Ernest Smith Paintings -- App. 5. Interview of Irv Powless, Onondaga Chief, Onondaga Nation, New York, by Carol Cornelius, November 27, 1991 -- App. 6. Interview of Katsi Cook, Akwesasne Mohawk Midwife, by Carol Cornelius, June 6, 1992.
520 1_ $a"Carol Cornelius offers a new culture-based framework that provides a way to research and develop curricula based on respect of the diverse cultures of this nation. Using the Haudenosaunee culture as an example, Cornelius examines the source and reasons for the prevailing stereotypes about American Indians and explains how those stereotypes became the standard curriculum taught in America. She uses the components of world view and how it structures a way of life - the interaction of corn and culture, the dynamic aspect of Haudenosaunee culture, and the contemporary role of corn - to weave the interdependent, holistic, interdisciplinary framework for culture-based curriculum. Using this conceptual model, teachers can develop a culturally sensitive curriculum on any culture. The book therefore fills a void for teachers who want to utilize a multicultural approach in their classroom, but don't know how to begin the process."--BOOK JACKET.
650 _0 $aIroquois Indians$xStudy and teaching.
650 _0 $aMulticultural education.
650 _0 $aIndians of North America$xTextbooks.
650 _0 $aStereotypes (Social psychology)
830 _0 $aSUNY series, social context of education.
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