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    Role of native & English languages in assimilation & success of immigrants, education & literacy, community programs, theories & methods.

    Unlike many other countries, the United States has never established an official language, although paradoxically, Founding Father John Jay in the Fed... more
    14 pages | 10 sources | 33 citations | APA citation style

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    Examines history of failures & racism of system, family issues, curriculum, dropout & graduation rates, reform.

    California Indians and Public Education During the past two centuries, American Indians have endured enormous changes in their history and cultures. ... more
    10 pages | 9 sources | 54 citations | MLA citation style

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    Examines difficulties in clearly defining the term "Hispanic." Demographics, diversity, subcultures, race & ethnicity, language, religion.

    The Hispanic Demographic Introduction In a country with such a diverse population, and a population that intermixes in many ways, ethnic and racial ... more
    5 pages | 4 sources | 6 citations | APA citation style

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    Discusses how the first European settlement of Southern New England disrupted the Native American culture of the region. Differing structures and social systems of Indian & European cultures. King Philip's War (1675-1676). The issue of land ownership, and scarcity of good, arable land leading to friction and eventual violance.

    Southern New England was the home to a complex civilization when some of the first European settlers to the New World came to the area that is souther... more
    8 pages | 6 sources | 11 citations | APA citation style

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    Examines the indigenous culture in the 16th and 17th Centuries. Horticulture activities. Their food supply, housing, socials units, cultural & political practices. King Philip's War of 1675 as reaction to white colonial settlements and threat to traditional Native Ameican economic and cultural activities. Issue of land and displacement of natives by whites.

    Introduction The first peoples of Southern New England was essentially unified by a single cultural group. The lives of these American Indians would b... more
    8 pages | 4 sources | 13 citations | APA citation style

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    An essay that provides a discussion of major changes in the form of communication among people and societies, including oral tradition, written/printed communication, and electronic communication.

    From Oral Tradition to Electronic Accessing Disseminating InformationIntroduction In Forms of Media as Ways of Knowing Annabelle Sreberny-Mohammadi id... more
    10 pages | 10 sources | 21 citations | MLA citation style

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    Discusses the issue of immigration by examining the Know Nothings, using primary sources. Rise of the Know Nothings or American Political Party in the early 1850s. The party's opposition to immigrants and Catholics.

    Immigration Conflict and the Know Nothings In the early s America was witness to the rise of a politicalparty viciously opposed to immigrants and Cath... more
    5 pages | 6 sources | 10 citations | MLA citation style

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    Uses historiography to examine the roles of the Jesuits in New France. Role of the Jesuits in European expansion into the New World. Discusses various explanations of the transformation of Jesuit missionary activity to provide for the religious needs of French explorers and settlers. Conversion of Native Americans.

    The Jesuits and European ExpansionIntroduction and Purpose James Axtell in his analysis of the conflict of cultures incolonial North America argues th... more
    15 pages | 8 sources | 34 citations | MLA citation style

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    The purpose of this paper is to describe some of the most frequently used LEP tests and discuss their psychometric soundness. Online LEP testing is also discussed, and pros and cons evaluated. The paper begins with a brief definition of "language proficiency" and an identification of who is eligible to be an LEP student. The general goals and purposes of LEP testing are then delineated, followed by an examination of the most frequently used tests.

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TESTING Introduction The No Child Left Behind Act of requires that children withlimited English Language Proficiency LEP ... more
    15 pages | 13 sources | 13 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper provides a book review on Robert Ricard's The Spiritual Conquest of Mexico, that focuses on the Mendicant Orders conversion of Mexico in the period of 1532-1572, during which the author argues they were the primary group responsible for the founding and the organizing of the Mexican Church more than bishops or secular clergy. Scope, themes, main arguments, readability, use of sources and other aspects of the work are also addressed.

    Book Review Robert Ricard The Spiritual Conquest of Mexico Berkeley CA Univ of Ca Press Introduction During the period of sixteenth century in Mexico ... more
    13 pages | 1 sources | 10 citations | Turabian citation style

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