Oral History and Multiculturalism

Students observe the human or personal side of history by assessing the background to the people in the community who are basically "living" historians. They compare the histories of different ethnic groups to identify areas of patterns of commonality. Cultural diversity and appreciation of contributions open up a new avenue for communication with an older generation.

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