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Culturally sensitive instruction

Nancy Protheroe

Culturally sensitive instruction

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Published by Educational Research Service in Arlington, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Minorities -- Education,
  • Cognition and culture,
  • Ethnicity in children,
  • Intercultural communication

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by Nancy Protheroe and Jennifer Turner]
    SeriesThe informed educator series, Informed educator series
    ContributionsTurner, Jennifer
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p. ;
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15395354M


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Educators become culturally competent over time, but researchers suggest some places to start. Main Issues. We all have a culture that shapes us personally and professionally. Lafontant, ), culturally responsive classrooms can create a space where harmful images can be deconstructed and positive self and cultural affirmations portrayed.

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Culturally sensitive teachers use effective communication which may include translations to other languages in the case of English-Language Learners (ELL), and the use of audio-visual aids when working with ELL and Special Education Serviced Students (SESS). Culturally responsive teaching should include activities that reflect the students’ values, cultures, and beliefs.

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Combining instruction with an awareness of student diversity is the theme of this book. The following chapters will focus on the MMECCA framework which is composed of six critical elements of instruction that must be addressed to appropriately respond to student diversity in standards-based classrooms.

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Sustaining readers through culturally responsive literacy instruction is vital for students to develop positive self-images, an awareness and understanding of the needs of others, and the ability to stand before a text and evaluate what is written and inferred.

The big A-ha’s for the group that day were that (1) Culturally responsive teaching doesn’t have to be some performance the teacher does to entertain students and (2) It doesn’t have to mention race or reference culture at all. Instead, what makes a practice culturally responsive is that it mimics students’ own cultural learning tools.

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Teachers in culturally responsive classrooms use various methods of teaching and instruction. Instruction can be cross-curricular, maintaining a connection between Language Arts and another content area.

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