Culturally relevant pedagogy plays an enormous role in making all students feel accepted in the classroom. By teaching different narratives we encourage multiculturalism and acceptance in our community of young learners. #inclusive
1. ACCURACY AND RICHNESS: In literature the narrative accuracy is very important because it ensures the understanding of the meaning in all its levels. In JRR Tolkien saga "THE LORD OF THE RINGS", although the narrated story has enormous dimensions (3 books), the reader never loses the understanding of the story and its cultural implications. The narrative richness is also obtained by numerous micro-stories and poems that make this masterpiece to look like a real ancient legend.
I moved a robotic hand using (basically) my mind Read more Technology News Here --> http://digitaltechnologynews.com In the nether regions of the "NEXTech" area of Fira Gran Via the enormous venue in Barcelona where Mobile World Congress is taking place I've learned that graphene is important. Among the several startups and research projects that heavily rely on the use of graphene a carbon allotrope that's thin durable and conducts electricity well the most interesting was Italian…
R. Singh quotes from Rabindranath Tagore’s essay The Meaning of Art | ‘ ‘‘The sign of greatness in great geniuses is their enormous capacity for borrowing . . . only mediocrities are ashamed and afraid of borrowing for they do not know how to pay back the debt in their owncoin . . . our artists were never tiresomely reminded of the obvious fact that they were Indians . . . they had the freedom to be naturally Indian in spite of all the borrowings that they indulged in’’ ’
Ancient Folklore and Myths of the Outer Hebrides, Scotland - The Cù Sìth of Scottish mythology is an enormous, otherworldly hound, said to haunt the Scottish Highlands. Roughly the size of a large calf, the Cù Sìth was said to be black in color with shaggy fur and a long braided tail. The Cù Sìth was feared as a harbinger of death and would appear to bear away the soul of a person to the afterlife (Grim Reaper). Cù Sìth literally means "barrow hound".