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Click to edit Master subtitle style  3/2/11 BLE 220  Culture and ELLs {A3460D1F-FBAA-4124-A6CE-F6909D8A7683} Exploring cultures {3D6F17AB-4C12-4C01-A216-258142FAC9EA} Q & A: three types of learners, integration {1485CF2D-4DC8-487A-99C4-2909F3270A16} Look ahead
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Click to edit Master subtitle style  3/2/11 CULTURE “Deep” and  “Surface” aspects
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 3/2/11 Surface culture  is essentially the cultural norms you  can easily identify in a foreign country.  Deep culture  are the cultural norms not easily  detected unless, in fact, you are born and raised in  that specific culture OR you spend an extended  amount of time in the foreign culture.
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 3/2/11 Surface culture  changes at a relatively rapid rate,  including popular music and entertainment, clothing  and hair styles. Deep culture  is relatively slow to change, including  attitudes towards life, religious and philosophical  beliefs, and values in human relationships. 
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 3/2/11 Exploring cultures First complete the grid on  your own culture After about 5-7 minutes share with  a partner  Get into  groups    Go to the following website  http://www.everyculture.com/multi/ From the selected index cards select a culture of  interest and complete the second half of the grid  Family Structures The life cycles Roles and interpersonal relationships Discipline Time & space Religion Food Health & hygiene History, traditions, holidays
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  • Master subtitle style, family structures, 2. Asia 3. Europe 4. Latin America 5. West Asia, limited formal schooling

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