QUESTION 1 : List in a bulleted fashion four ways

QUESTION 1 :  List in a bulleted fashion four ways that teachers can engage in culturally responsive teaching.  Then for each of those ways provide a specific example of how a teacher might do this.  
 

QUESTION 2:  Mrs. Ross is unfamiliar with the Japanese culture.  She wants to be a more culturally responsive teacher to the new Japanese student who just joined her 3rd grade inclusive classroom.  Identify and briefly describe two sources that Mrs. Ross could use to learn more about her new student’s culture. 
 

QUESTION 3:  Mrs. Ross is unfamiliar with the Japanese culture.  She wants to be a more culturally responsive teacher to the new Japanese student who just joined her 3rd grade inclusive classroom.  Identify and briefly describe two sources that Mrs. Ross could use to learn more about her new student’s culture. 
 

QUESTION 4:  Juanita’s family comes from a low socioeconomic level or status (SES). List two of the potential challenges for students related to Low SES and then discuss how they could have a negative impact on Juanita’s learning. 

QUESTION 5:  

Below is a list of things that teachers can do to provide the extra needed support for many low-SES students.  Select two from the list below.  Describe what is meant by that approach, why it is important and what it might help accomplish.  USE YOUR OWN WORDS.

  • Create a structured and well-managed classroom
  • Provide a safe and nurturing environment
  • Use evidence-based practices
  • Motivate and engage students
  • Support students
  • Involve families

 

 

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