Poutiainen, S. (2007). Finnish cultural discourses about mobile phone communication.
Title: Finnish Cultural Discourses about Mobile Phone Communication
Author: Saila Poutiainen
Publisher: University of Massachusetts Amherst. Communication ProQuest, 2007
ISBN: 0549330461, 9780549330462
Length: 294 pages
AGE: 12-15 YRS
READABILITY LEVEL: 5
Native American culture
Swann, B. (1983). Smoothing the ground: Essays on Native American oral literature. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Title: Smoothing the Ground: Essays on Native American Oral Literature
Author: Brian Swann
Publisher: University of California Press, 1983
ISBN: 0520049136, 9780520049130
Length: 364 pages
AGE: 12-16 YRS
READABILITY LEVEL: 6
Pritzker, B. (1998). Native Americans: An encyclopedia of history, culture, and peoples. Santa Barbara, Calif: ABC-CLIO.
This book that represents the Native American population has been documented at large with a deep description of the settlement over the centuries.
Title: A Native American Encyclopedia: History, Culture, and Peoples
Author: Barry Prizker
Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2000
ISBN: 0195138775, 9780195138771
Length: 591 pages
AGE: 13-16 YRS
Mexican or Central American culture
Aguirre, R. D. (2005). Informal empire: Mexico and Central America in Victorian culture. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Title: Informal Empire: Mexico and Central America in Victorian Culture
Author: Robert D. Aguirre
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press, 2005
ISBN: 0816645000, 9780816645008
Length: 198 pages
AGE: 14-16 YRS
Hewett, E. L. (1936). Ancient life in Mexico and Central America. Indianapolis, New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co.
The traditions of the central population are analyzed based on the routine tradition of the unique population.
Title : Ancient Life in Mexico and Central America
Author: Edgar Lee Hewett
Publisher: Biblo & Tannen Publishers, 1968
ISBN: 0819602051, 9780819602053
Length: 364 pages
AGE: 13-17 YRS
Urban American Culture
Kennedy, L. (2000). Race and urban space in contemporary American culture. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
The author has a general opinion on the American culture to dictate on the traditions and beliefs.
Title: Race and urban space in contemporary American
Author: Liam Kennedy
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press, 2000
ISBN: 0748609520, 9780748609529
Length: 178 pages
AGE: 14-16 YRS
Barth, G. (1980). City people: The rise of modern city culture in nineteenth-century America. New York-Oxford: Oxford University Press.
The entire context has an appreciation of American history through a detailed historical timeline that addresses dominating societal values.
Title: City People: The Rise of Modern City Culture in Nineteenth-Century America: The Rise of Modern City Culture in Nineteenth-Century America
Author: Barth Gunther
Publisher: Oxford University Press, 1980
ISBN: 0199771987, 9780199771981
Length: 320 pages
AGE: 12-15 YRS
Ayisi, E. O. (1992). An introduction to the study of African culture. Nairobi: East African Educational Publishers.
The African culture is analyzed by the author through a firsthand encounter with the distinct tribes in Africa
Title: An Introduction to the Study of African Culture
Author: Eric. O. Ayisi
Publisher: East African Publishers, 1992
ISBN: 9966466177, 9789966466174
Length: 124 pages
AGE: 14-17 YRS
Rural American Culture
Glaser, L. S. (2009). Electrifying the rural American West: Stories of power, people, and place. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
This book is a narration of the west American rural traditions that have been in existence since the early centuries.
Title: Electrifying the Rural American West: Stories of Power, People, and Place
Author: Leah. S. Glaser
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press, 2009
ISBN : 080322219X, 9780803222199
Length: 304 pages
Obiechina, E. N. (1975). Culture, tradition, and society in the West African novel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
The book is an introduction to the West African culture and has is enriched with a documentation of the African traditions.
Title: Culture, Tradition, and Society in the West African Novel
Author: Emmanuel. N. Obiechina
Publisher: CUP Archive, 1975
ISBN: 0521098769, 9780521098762
Length: 296 pages
AGE: 13-18 YRS
The grading system of the children’s literature will be based on the available material provided by the students on the given class projects. This will be analyzed on the scale of material accountability, individual relation of the materials to the audience, and the criteria used to present the materials. This score recorded in the sheet that will evaluate the language used in terms of appropriate grammar and the focus of the children on the topic. The objective of the grading system is based on the ultimate satisfaction of the pursuit of education with full observance of the values of education.
Additional books to review would be Gezon, L. L., & Kottak, C. P. (2011). Culture. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.
Lechner, F. J., & Boli, J. (2005). World culture: Origins and consequences. Malden, MA, USA: Blackwell Pub.
These books would be used to establish the basic knowledge on culture and provide the historical background of culture from a diverse angle of the world’s population. The types of grading applicable for the additional books used would be mastery grading which is effective to distinguish the level of knowledge and individual potential. A letters grading structure will be significant to determine the individual potential and overall reliability throughout the education system.
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