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ECE 3 Standard 06

ECE3-06 Changing Families and Diversity

Role of the Family The unit of society that provides emotional and physical support to all members, especially children.
Nuclear Family Two parents who are married to each other and share children who are either biological or adopted.
Single Parent Family One parent living in the primary residence and providing physical and emotional support to a child or children.
Extended Family Multi generations living in a home together. Sometimes grandparents as primary caregivers of children, or adult children primary caregivers of elderly parents.
Step Family Families in which there is at least one remarriage and children may be from one or both previous marriages or from the current relationship.
Family Any collection of people who are indelibly connected and committed to each other. Not always biologically related.
Types of communication with families Verbal, conference, newsletter, email, blog, telephone, etc. All must be careful, intentional and professional
Culture in the classroom Teachers intentionally bringing culturally significant knowledge into the classroom
Use of home language Teachers allowing and encouraging use of home languages (if not english) in the classroom
English Proficiency (ESL) Teachers of students whose primary language is not english, to learn to use english for success in the classroom
Created by: lisa.bates
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