Title

Reading an Other People's Story: American Teacher Candidates Interpreting a Children's Story from Japan

Document Type

Article

Department or Administrative Unit

Center for Teaching and Learning

Publication Date

Winter 2020

Abstract

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.

Comments

This article was originally published in Multicultural Education.

Due to copyright restrictions, this article is not available for free download from ScholarWorks @ CWU.

Journal

Multicultural Education

Rights

© 2020 by Caddo Gap Press

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