This is funny...I can tell when history classes have a research paper due. How?
Google searches. One of the research papers I wrote that I had the most fun with was: Compare and contrast Martin Luther and Henry VIII. I put a few of my papers online and this one is there also. That is by far the most popular search that brings people to this blog.
Of the top 5 google searches on my sitemeter page, 4 of them are looking for...yep. And they're not in the same place. The cities:
Staten Island, New York
Van Buren, Arkansas
And I just thought my professor was being inventive...
So...if you're googling for information...please don't plagerize; give credit where credit is due...and enjoy history.
Ok...here's the research paper...if anybody is out there reading, please proof and help out. (I was going to have a whole section on autism...but I ran out of both time and space...)
Inclusion Literature: People with Disabilities
When we consider “multicultural literature,” we look for ways to introduce students to other cultures; both far away and in our own “back yard.” We may use fiction or non-fiction or contemporary stores or stories from long ago. We may use traditional folktales or stories written for this generation of children. Our goal, always, should focus on bringing a greater understanding of the value of all people and to encourage inclusion and tolerance of people different than us.