Reading an Other People's Story: American Teacher Candidates Interpreting a Children's Story from Japan
Department or Administrative Unit
Center for Teaching and Learning
It has become increasingly apparent that incorporating international stories into the classroom is beneficial for young students. The stories provide vicarious experiences from different countries that help nurture a more tolerant and accepting generation of students. Through reading these stories students gain empathy and understanding for other cultures.
Amos, Y.T., & Nelson, T.N. (2020). Reading an Other People's Story: American Teacher Candidates Interpreting a Children's Story from Japan. Multicultural Education, 27(2), 40-47.
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