Latinos are the largest, fastest growing minority group in the United States, and the ways they have positively impacted our nation are significant and undeniable. This book examines the contributions of Latinos to U.S. history, providing hundreds of possible topics for term papers and research projects along with primary, secondary, web, and multimedia sources of topical information. Subjects such as the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848); the Bracero Program (1942); the United Farm Workers of America Is Formed (1962); and The Great American Boycott (qA Day Without Immigrantsq) of 2006 are just a few samples of the topics included. Each historical event is described briefly, followed by direction toward specific research and writing topics for the student-historian. At least two alternative term paper suggestions complement these ideas, allowing creative, original approaches to historical inquires.Known also as Title VII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), the Bilingual Education Act established ... classrooms, teacher training, and curriculum education programs for students with limited English-speaking abilities.
|Title||:||Term Paper Resource Guide to Latino History|
|Author||:||Michael P. Moreno, Kristin C. Brunnemer|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2010-09-02|