The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi
When Unhei moves from Korea to America her classmates can’t pronounce her name. She wants to choose a new name that is easier for them to pronounce, but she comes to realise she likes her name just the way it is.
Teaching Resources: The Name Jar
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- Developing a Global Perspective: The Name Jar Lesson Plan
- Lifehack: 10 Things To Remember If You Want To Raise Your Kids To Be Open-minded
- Scholastic: Read-Aloud Lessons to Foster Friendships
- Scholastic: What’s in a Name? Back to School Literacy Unit
- Teaching Children Philosophy: The Name Jar Guidelines for Philosophical Discussion
- WITS: Lesson Plan
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Books by Yangsook Choi
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