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Cultural Competancy - Achieving Cultural Competency Part 1...

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Unformatted text preview: Achieving Cultural Competency Part 1 - Working alone (the individual effort for this exercise can be done before class leaving additional time to work as a group), each student will study each of the dimensions in the attached list. Then, 1. Using the 5 point Likert Scale, indicate where your position is on each dimension. 2. Then, indicate where you feel the ”typical” American is on each dimension. 3. Once you have each completed every dimension, gather in small groups of 5 or 6, discuss, and reach a consensus in the group of where you feel the ”typical” American falls on the scale in each dimension. 4. One student in each group should record the names of the group members, and the final consensus for presentation to the class. Environment Belief in ability to control environment Fatalistic (no control whatsoever) Self 1 2 3 4 5 ”Typical” American 1 2 3 4 5 Privacy is valued Company is valued Self 1 2 3 4 5 ”Typical” American 1 2 3 4 5 Punctuality is important Better late than never Self 1 2 3 4 5 ”Typical” American 1 2 3 4 5 Uncomfortable when close (proximity) to others Personal space not an issue Self 1 2 3 4 5 ”Typical” American 1 2 3 4 5 Comfortable with silence Uncomfortable with silence Self 1 2 3 4 5 ”Typical” American 1 2 3 4 5 Experience Problems seen as challenges Problems seen as roadblocks Self 1 2 3 4 5 ”Typical” American 1 2 3 4 5 Present Time (in the moment) valued Concern with/& planning for the future Self 1 2 3 4 5 ”Typical” American 1 2 3 4 5 Learn by mistakes Mistakes should be avoided at all costs Self 1 2 3 4 5 ”Typical” American 1 2 3 4 5 Independence valued Group valued over individual Self 1 2 3 4 5 ”Typical” American 1 2 3 4 5 Part 2-— Review slides 28 and 29 (attached to the end of this document) as a group. Look at each of the items listed that are deemed important for a social worker to understand, 1. discuss as a group why each lS important for the social worker to understand in relation to the self and in relation to the client 3. choose two items, and as a group create a short essay question for each item that may be used on your next exam. (Do not create a simple ’why is speaking style important to the social worker’ type of question) Your question should provoke thought. Part 3—— Select one of the following topics: 0 Civil Rights for People who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender o Multi-ethnic and trans-racial adoptions o Reparations for the enslavement of African and African American People 0 Bilingual Education 0 Worker visas for undocumented immigrants Discuss the pros and cons of the topic you chose The recorder should list the arguments for and the arguments against As a group take a position Each part should take no more than 15 minutes. The recorder should bring a list of each group member to the next class along with the results of your discussions. You do not have to present this as a polished document. Handwritten during class time is fine. Please do not leave class and pretty up your notes. A reminder- we have not gone over the power point handout in class. If time permits, we will review, but if we do not cover in class, you will still be responsible for the material on it. At Wednesday’s class (4/1) we will go over the handouts for Children and talk about the presentation on 3/26. mgogmava was $33 @550 30% flames @Qw mmwsfifi< 0 839283 ma wogog Ea LuE? mam mfimmvbm mm @353 PS muflmiwfigmgo £855 a 8:36 5E, “(#3800 @5538 61% wsflmomm o wmwsmafl xwom o 319% mfifiom 953on wwtflwtfl o wwcmww 98 mSoEOHL bug 9; o 63:05 wmwflgoj 96: $55 $545?“ $68 A033 30% 95:50 RE mausosmfi 98 page ham 9? mo Bowama‘ .mmsem 353v 53> Euflsoupam dofloapm Sufi? 351.5 2: .5 (5: :03? E 9?? :0 Same wisfimsoo $55 #3195 #303 Emawmaoo KASSBHSU < - bum mo mmwcmpm>>< o 0996 E85330 c___>®Eo< SmUBmOHBw: mam “Emwmmfio 69meme “86on woNzwchflfi :30 mch o vambmcoamw 2 52$“: 30: was #8ng 8 wflfififi was “mag 3% 055 a was 3 GOSSQQEO o 8&8 E8150 53> $3500 ufipflom o Emawiaficsafioo was “53:56“ “Emzwsgfiwfi :0 @8me 2:? “WK/330m a £2 E 931 Cowmmmfi 38 2? van bzaspiam o ”@2595an £565 omwflgoj 98: $55 38195 1308 J0EE 50% 95:50 NE @89255 9.8 $5 how 9% mo Sommm< - a? o 956 :50 E515 E>mEo< ...
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