A comparative study examined knowledge about and interest in China among Chinese/Asian-American students and peers. Participants were 261 K–3 students in a public school. Results suggested that significantly more similarities than differences existed between Chinese/Asian-American students and peers with regard to knowledge about China. In addition, results showed that students in both groups had almost identical interests in getting to know China. Suggestions based on the results are provided.
What Do K-3 Children Know and Want to Know About China? A Comparative Study of Chinese/Asian American Students and Their Peers.
Vol. 37 Issue (2).
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