EIEC 2210 Week 1
EIEC 2210 Week 1 EIEC 2210
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nicole Hampton on Thursday August 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EIEC 2210 at Bowling Green State University taught by Mariana Mereoiu in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in ECE in Education and Teacher Studies at Bowling Green State University.
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Date Created: 08/25/16
EIEC 2210 Cultural Diversity ● Between this course, EIEC 2220 and 2230, must have 30 hours of field experience TO DO: ● Fill out verification form ○ Take with you on every observation to be signed by professional you are with ● Purchase books ○ All books required ■ Can borrow, share, rent, buy, etc. ● Read Chapter 1 Class: ● No attendance ○ In class assignments are counted as attendance ○ 1 free pass (allowed to skip one day of class without consequences) ● Quizzes are online ○ 2 attempts ● NO LATE WORK ACCEPTED ● No Midterm ○ Instead there are 4 group assignments Notes 8/25/16 Culture A collection of beliefs, attitudes, habits, values, etc. that shape a human reality. Multicultural Diversity Groups of many different cultures/realities. Cultural Diversity Whatever deviates from the norm. Immigration 1. 17th and 18th Centuries: European, Native American, African and the people of the Caribbean came to the US. 2. 19th Century: Irish, Chinese and Hispanics started a new era in America in the post civil war years. Milestones in Immigration ● 1924 National Origins Act was in the Quota System ● 1952 McCarran Watter Act preferences that only skilled workers and people reuniting with their families could come into the country ● 2014 Debates over the immigration reform Major NonEuropean ethnics groups in US: ● Native Americans ● African Americans ● Asian Americans ○ Nearly 10 million here in 2010 ● Hispanic ● Middle Eastern ● Pacific Islander To Be Continued Next Week….
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