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South Asian literature in the secondary school

South Asian literature in the secondary school

a report by a group of teachers in Leicestershire.

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Published by Leicestershire Education Committee Centre for Multicultural Education in Leicester .
Written in English


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ContributionsLeicestershire (England). Centre for Multicultural Education.
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Open LibraryOL14269653M

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As a writer of South Asian origin, I am always looking out for books that feature South Asian or middle-eastern characters. I interact with many middle-grade readers of South Asian descent in gradesso these books are of high interest.

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