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Culture Attitudes, views, values, beliefs, and practices/customs of a group. These practices form their background.
Multiculturalism Multiple cultures within each other.
Multicultural Education Values of ethnic background are used in developing instruction for individuals.
Bilingual Education Student's first language used in instruction and teaching to develop higher understanding and mastery of English.
7 Types of Diversity -American Indian or Alaskan Native -Asian Pacific Islander -Hispanic -Black -White
Transitional Programs Taught in Native Language, only until they are proficient in English. Students are then transitioned to full English classes.
Maintenance (Developmental) Programs Native language emphasis is very strong; students continue their mastery in Native Language while receiving education in English.
Enrichment Programs Used with students who know one language, who are introduced to new languages and culture.
Immersion Programs First language/culture are not incorporated into this type of instruction. (Students either “Sink or Swim”).
"ESL" stands for? English as a Second Language
ESL Programs Sole emphasis on English for teaching as well as learning; first language not incorporated in this style of instruction.
Sheltered English Instruction is exclusively in English; no effort put toward maintaining/developing first language.
What are Family Characteristics? Culture, geographic location (past and present) size, economic status, health and physical status.
Family Interactions (Positive and/or Negative)Depends on level of solidarity and versatility of each family member.
Name 5 Family Functions -Affection -Self-esteem -Economics -Socialization -Recreation
Created by: TeresaCC



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