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Culturally Responsive Schooling EU: The school system both represents and perpetuates a certain American culture. Culturally responsive instruction teaches this culture a well as integrates ELL cultures into the curriculum.
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“Learning does not take place in a vacuum” n Students bring culture from home: it is their foundation for learning. n No one comes to school without culture. n Congruence, or lack thereof between mainstream and minority cultures has lasting effects on students and their learning. n CULTURE AFFECTS LEARNING
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Social Customs n Time n Space n Personal n Classroom n Dress, personal appearance, makeup n Natural phenomena, luck, fate
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Rites, Rituals, Ceremonies n Ceremonies in the American schools n Rites and rituals in the American schools
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Work and Leisure n Work versus play n Individual versus group
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Health and Medicine n High stakes: life or death, deep-seated beliefs n Grey’s Anatomy: Hmong
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Institutional influences n Institutions embedded within cultural behaviors and beliefs n Religion and schooling
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Language-related beliefs and behaviors n
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  • Spring '17
  • Jeanne Ducher
  • Multiculturalism, The Culture, Acculturation, Cultural assimilation

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