Ten Assembly Programs for Intermediate Grades Designed to Further the Understanding of Mexican Culture in our Schools

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It shall be the purpose of the writer to prepare program material appropriate for school use which will interest, instruct and contribute toward mutual understanding of both the Latin-American and Anglo-American child. This program material has been incorporated into ten musical plays, the themes, dances and songs of which have been gleaned from a great amount of reading material, stories related by Mexican people, legends told by pioneer Anglo residents of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, and ideas that have been presented by students. It is the purpose of the writer to organize this material into plays which may be ... continued below

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Gross, Marjorie Clark August 1945.

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It shall be the purpose of the writer to prepare program material appropriate for school use which will interest, instruct and contribute toward mutual understanding of both the Latin-American and Anglo-American child. This program material has been incorporated into ten musical plays, the themes, dances and songs of which have been gleaned from a great amount of reading material, stories related by Mexican people, legends told by pioneer Anglo residents of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, and ideas that have been presented by students. It is the purpose of the writer to organize this material into plays which may be of service to any teacher who intends to present a program, in the intermediate grades, dealing with some phase of Latin and Anglo-American relations.

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Gross, Marjorie Clark. Ten Assembly Programs for Intermediate Grades Designed to Further the Understanding of Mexican Culture in our Schools, thesis, August 1945; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc663223/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .