Multicultural Cinderella: This Is Fun Work!

Alexander, Linda B.
June 2006
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Summer2006, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p183
Academic Journal
The article features the Multicultural Cinderella Project aimed to provide opportunities for students to read and discuss material from multiple viewpoints in the U.S. The origins of the project are explored, including the role of the author in its creation. Several versions of the Cinderella story that were used in the project are enumerated. In addition, this article discusses the benefits of the project to students.


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