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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller], Although each Asian culture is unique, many Americans tend to generalize and see Asian as one vaguely defined culture. This case study assessed whether nineteen fifth graders in a public elementary school in the Southeast raised their awareness of similarities and differences between two Asian cultures after reading Yoshiko Uchida s Journey to Topaz (1985) and Laurence Yep s Dragon s Gate (1993). Children read two stories from different Asian cultures with their reading teachers. Multiple data were collected in the form of open-ended questionnaires, response journals, and observation field notes. I conducted individual interviews with nine of the participants who either volunteered or were selected by me. Based on the quality of their responses, I chose five out of the nine interviewees, within-analyzed their interview data, and then reported the findings based on the five emergent themes. Finally, the findings from these interviewees were further cross-analyzed. Although each Asian culture is unique, many Americans tend to generalize and see Asian as one vaguely defined culture. This case study assessed whether nineteen fifth graders in a public elementary school in the Southeast raised their awareness of similarities and differences between two Asian cultures after reading Yoshiko Uchida s Journey to Topaz (1985) and Laurence Yep s Dragon s Gate (1993). Children read two stories from different Asian cultures with their reading teachers. Multiple data were collected in the form of open-ended questionnaires, response journals, and observation field notes. I conducted individual interviews with nine of the participants who either volunteered or were selected by me. Based on the quality of their responses, I chose five out of the nine interviewees, within-analyzed their interview data, and then reported the findings based on the five emergent themes. Finally, the findings from these interviewees were further cross-analyzed., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 220 mm

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[EAN: 9783639080278], Neubuch, Publisher/Verlag: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller | Examining Cultural Understandings | Although each Asian culture is unique, many Americans tend to generalize and see Asian as one vaguely defined culture. This case study assessed whether nineteen fifth graders in a public elementary school in the Southeast raised their awareness of similarities and differences between two Asian cultures after reading Yoshiko Uchida s Journey to Topaz (1985) and Laurence Yep s Dragon s Gate (1993). Children read two stories from different Asian cultures with their reading teachers. Multiple data were collected in the form of open-ended questionnaires, response journals, and observation field notes. I conducted individual interviews with nine of the participants who either volunteered or were selected by me. Based on the quality of their responses, I chose five out of the nine interviewees, within-analyzed their interview data, and then reported the findings based on the five emergent themes. Finally, the findings from these interviewees were further cross-analyzed. Although each Asian culture is unique, many Americans tend to generalize and see Asian as one vaguely defined culture. This case study assessed whether nineteen fifth graders in a public elementary school in the Southeast raised their awareness of similarities and differences between two Asian cultures after reading Yoshiko Uchida s Journey to Topaz (1985) and Laurence Yep s Dragon s Gate (1993). Children read two stories from different Asian cultures with their reading teachers. Multiple data were collected in the form of open-ended questionnaires, response journals, and observation field notes. I conducted individual interviews with nine of the participants who either volunteered or were selected by me. Based on the quality of their responses, I chose five out of the nine interviewees, within-analyzed their interview data, and then reported the findings based on the five emergent themes. Finally, the findings from these interviewees were further cross-analyzed. | Format: Paperback | 168 pp, [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller, Saarbrücken]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: VDM Verlag], Neuware - Although each Asian culture is unique, many Americans tend to generalize and see Asian as one vaguely defined culture. This case study assessed whether nineteen fifth graders in a public elementary school in the Southeast raised their awareness of similarities and differences between two Asian cultures after reading Yoshiko Uchida s Journey to Topaz (1985) and Laurence Yep s Dragon s Gate (1993). Children read two stories from different Asian cultures with their reading teachers. Multiple data were collected in the form of open-ended questionnaires, response journals, and observation field notes. I conducted individual interviews with nine of the participants who either volunteered or were selected by me. Based on the quality of their responses, I chose five out of the nine interviewees, within-analyzed their interview data, and then reported the findings based on the five emergent themes. Finally, the findings from these interviewees were further cross-analyzed. Although each Asian culture is unique, many Americans tend to generalize and see Asian as one vaguely defined culture. This case study assessed whether nineteen fifth graders in a public elementary school in the Southeast raised their awareness of similarities and differences between two Asian cultures after reading Yoshiko Uchida s Journey to Topaz (1985) and Laurence Yep s Dragon s Gate (1993). Children read two stories from different Asian cultures with their reading teachers. Multiple data were collected in the form of open-ended questionnaires, response journals, and observation field notes. I conducted individual interviews with nine of the participants who either volunteered or were selected by me. Based on the quality of their responses, I chose five out of the nine interviewees, within-analyzed their interview data, and then reported the findings based on the five emergent themes. Finally, the findings from these interviewees were further cross-analyzed., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 220x150x10 mm, [GW: 267g]

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[EAN: 9783639080278], Neubuch, [PU: VDM Verlag Dez 2008], Neuware - Although each Asian culture is unique, many Americans tend to generalize and see Asian as one vaguely defined culture. This case study assessed whether nineteen fifth graders in a public elementary school in the Southeast raised their awareness of similarities and differences between two Asian cultures after reading Yoshiko Uchida s Journey to Topaz (1985) and Laurence Yep s Dragon s Gate (1993). Children read two stories from different Asian cultures with their reading teachers. Multiple data were collected in the form of open-ended questionnaires, response journals, and observation field notes. I conducted individual interviews with nine of the participants who either volunteered or were selected by me. Based on the quality of their responses, I chose five out of the nine interviewees, within-analyzed their interview data, and then reported the findings based on the five emergent themes. Finally, the findings from these interviewees were further cross-analyzed. Although each Asian culture is unique, many Americans tend to generalize and see Asian as one vaguely defined culture. This case study assessed whether nineteen fifth graders in a public elementary school in the Southeast raised their awareness of similarities and differences between two Asian cultures after reading Yoshiko Uchida s Journey to Topaz (1985) and Laurence Yep s Dragon s Gate (1993). Children read two stories from different Asian cultures with their reading teachers. Multiple data were collected in the form of open-ended questionnaires, response journals, and observation field notes. I conducted individual interviews with nine of the participants who either volunteered or were selected by me. Based on the quality of their responses, I chose five out of the nine interviewees, within-analyzed their interview data, and then reported the findings based on the five emergent themes. Finally, the findings from these interviewees were further cross-analyzed. 168 pp. Deutsch

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Although each Asian culture is unique, many Americans tend to generalize and see "Asian" as one vaguely defined culture. This case study assessed whether nineteen fifth graders in a public elementary school in the Southeast raised their awareness of similarities and differences between two Asian cultures after reading Yoshiko Uchida's Journey to Topaz (1985) and Laurence Yep's Dragon's Gate (1993). Children read two stories from different Asian cultures with their reading teachers. Multiple data were collected in the form of open-ended questionnaires, response journals, and observation field notes. I conducted individual interviews with nine of the participants who either volunteered or were selected by me. Based on the quality of their responses, I chose five out of the nine interviewees, within-analyzed their interview data, and then reported the findings based on the five emergent themes. Finally, the findings from these interviewees were further cross-analyzed.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783639080278
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3639080270
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: VDM Verlag
168 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,267 kg
Sprache: ger/Deutsch

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