HIST 445 - Chicano Child & Adolescent

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Description

Hours: Three hours lecture and two hours service learning per week Prerequisite: Junior Standing or Consent of Instructor Examines the socio-cultural experiences and historical political realities pertinent to the daily lives of Chicano, Mexican-origin, and/or Latino children and adolescents. Focus is on historical periods, events, and policies affecting youth populations, its demography, migration and immigration patterns. Consideration of contemporary issues and effective educational and cultural practices will be used as a resource for teacher knowledge and pertinent classroom projects. Field study requirement involves working in a child-centered setting or related service project.

Units: 4.00
Grading: Letter Grade

Info current as 11/20/2017
Section Class # Type Days Time Location Instructor Course Details [Key]
01 3071 LEC TH  4:30 PM  -  7:20 PM  Bell Tower 2684 Kathleen Contreras Course Open Class Details General Education Class Service Learning Class Blended Class
ARR Online Kathleen Contreras Course Open Class Details General Education Class Service Learning Class Blended Class
1A 3072 ACT ARR Off Campus Kathleen Contreras Course Open Class Details General Education Class Service Learning Class

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