Take a Look at Our Programs in Action
CLR work involves authentically representing various cultural and linguistic backgrounds, but also ensuring that students can draw connections between the instruction they receive and their own cultural and linguistic identities. Here are a few examples of how Curriculum Associates integrates these practices into our products.
As Brave As You
An excerpt from the published book As Brave As You by Jason Reynolds, a Krikus Award Finalist, Schneider Family Book Award Winner, and Coretta Scott King Author Honor Book
American Sign Language Representation
An excerpt focusing on American Sign Language at concerts, showcasing how events can be made more accessible for a wider audience
Mathematics with Multicultural Contexts
A word problem focusing on a samosa recipe, which provides students with a sentence defining the term and a visual to help them understand the word in the context of the problem
The Try–Discuss–Connect instructional routine helps spark meaningful partner and whole class discussions that honor the unique perspectives and experiences each learner brings.
Family Letters in English, Spanish, Tagalog, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin, Vietnamese, and Korean provide background information and encourage home–school connections with an activity for families to complete with their students.
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