Richard Scarry's Busy, Busy Town
Cultural Representation Reflection
One strategy to help our students discover a broader understanding of an inclusive society is for them to see what they might not have noticed before. These multi-leveled reflections encourage readers to pause and reflect on the cultural representation of characters, setting, and events in the books they read. Then they can compare, contrast, and develop a connection to their own culture while taking a deeper look at the representation of others. Each level includes spaces with default questions that you can customize to meet your learning objectives and goals.
View these templates to determine the best level for each student: