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How Cultural Differences Impact Students Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Classroom activities can prevent foreign students from culturally adjusting, especially if the activities:

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Question 2 2. A foreign student arrives at a school and during the first three months feels homesick, has low grades, and isolates from other students. All these are signs of:

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Question 3 3. María is a student from El Salvador who struggles with the terminology in math, science, and other subjects. This is probably because María:

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Question 4 4. Marcela is an Ecuadorian student who has never taken a standardized test because the assessment methods in Ecuador's educational system are different from those used in the US. The school could help Marcela by:

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Question 5 5. Stefan is the only student from Germany in a school in the US. Despite the fact he is fully proficient in English, he appears not to have any friends in school. This factor could be preventing Stefan from fully adjusting to his school:

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Question 6 6. If an ELL has a learning disability, your approach should be:

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Question 7 7. You teach both children and adults. Due to lack of time, you basically follow the same lesson plans for both classes with a few modifications. When teaching vocabulary to adults, you change this aspect of the lesson:

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Question 8 8. An ELL in your class shows no enthusiasm at all. You confirm this when you ask the student about how s/he likes the class. Her/his answer is: 'I am here only because the school makes me learn English.' Your approach to this lack of motivation is:

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Question 9 9. Why should you teach with material that includes cultural aspects of several English speaking countries or communities?

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Question 10 10. The external motivation in an ELL class comes from you as a teacher. The following is the only aspect of the motivation you should not worry about:

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Question 11 11. Which of the following is NOT a guideline to having religious conversations?

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Question 12 12. Which of the following is NOT true about discussing religious diversity?

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Question 13 13. What is religious diversity?

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Question 14 14. Which of the following would NOT be an effective way to have students work with religious diversity?

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Question 15 15. Conversations on religious diversity have all of the following goals EXCEPT:

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Question 16 16. How does pairing students from different socio-economic backgrounds impact academic achievement?

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Question 17 17. Allowing students from different economic backgrounds to work on school projects and become friends gives both students the opportunity to _____.

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Question 18 18. Which of the following is NOT true of a culturally-responsive teacher?

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Question 19 19. What are some of the factors that do NOT encourage diversity in schools?

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Question 20 20. How does pairing students from different cultural backgrounds impact academic achievement?

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Question 21 21. What can parents do to help change their child's SES?

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Question 22 22. Which of the following is true of schools in low SES neighborhoods?

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Question 23 23. Which of the following is generally true about the income of those who graduate from college?

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Question 24 24. How is SES classified?

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Question 25 25. What is socioeconomic status?

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How Cultural Differences Impact Students Chapter Exam Instructions

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