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C. normativeD.learned5.parents uttered from time to time the expected valuesone should practice6.one understands other practices by using the manner of
practicing culture7.values are embraced because of what was shown by
the elderly
8.culture regulates one’s action to conform to the generalpracticeA.learnedB.normativeC.learnedD.cumulative9. the way one person perceived culture is dependent
from what is the nature of his exposure10.people recognizes the differences of the group of
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Self-AssessmentHow did I perform in this learning episode?54321My EpisodeMy AnalysisMy InsightsMyApplicationTotalScoreAverage RatingLegend:5- Outstanding4- Exceeds Expectation3- Meets Expectation2- Needs Improvement1-Unacceptable Performance153.75[Pick the date]Page 11
Learning Episode 2: Cultural Diffusion, Assimilation, Relativism,InculturationUniversality, Ethnocentrism, Xenocentrism & ColonialMentalityOverviewThis learning episode will enable the students to gain knowledge on thedifferent processes underlying the various changes in the culture of people.Furthermore, it will orient students on how dynamic culture is through the variousways of changes in the culture.Learning OutcomesAt the end of this learning episode, students will be able to:1.describe the different concepts related to the dynamism of culture;2.cite some situations pertaining to the changes affecting the culturePerformance StandardsAfter this learning episode, students will be able to attain at least 75%mastery level on the concepts learned.MaterialsModule, Book, PowerpointDefinition of Terms1.diffusion- the process of spreadingmore widely a culture2.assimilation- taking in and understanding fully a culture3.relativism- concept of differences of practices/beliefs from one group toanother4.inculturation- gradual acquisition of characteristics or norms of a culture5.universality- characteristics of culture which are widely acceptable6.Ethnocentrism- treating other cultures as inferior7.Xenocentrism- valuing other cultures more highly than one’s own8.Colonial Mentality- feeling that what is foreign is better than our own[Pick the date]Page 12
ActivityComplete the matrix below by identifying what is ask from your owncultural group.Adapted CulturalPractices

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