Earl Whitecloud is an American

Apr 19th, 2016
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Earl Whitecloud is an American high-school student. He is constantly teased and bullied by his classmates because he occasionally wears clothing that represents his Native-American heritage. As a result, Earl spends most of his time at school alone, is absent far more than the average student, and performs poorly at school. As Earl’s teacher, who acutely perceives the problem, you decide to devote a class period to talking about diversity and accepting cultural differences.What three points will you emphasize the most and why?Will you involve Earl in the discussion? Why or why not?

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