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EIEC 2210 Week 2

by: Nicole Hampton

EIEC 2210 Week 2 EIEC 2210

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Week 2 - Tuesday Notes Cultural Diversity
Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in ECE
Mariana Mereoiu
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nicole Hampton on Tuesday August 30, 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 6 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: 08/30/16
Notes 8/30/16 Functions of Culture ● Define behaviors, roles, rituals, and experiences ● Interpret tangible and intangible ● Offer stability in life ○ Frames of reference ●  Influence the interpretations of life ●  Give individuals an identity ● Provide a sense of belonging 3 Influencing Diverse Factors ● Experiences ● Education ● Social and economic factors Diversity within cultures ●  Behaviors and lifestyles ● Different views of reality  Dimensions of Culture ●  Perception of reality ● Interpretation of events ● Use of symbolism ● Values and judgements ● Assigning of meaning ● Representation of reality Material Culture Examples: ●  Dress codes ● Art ● Tools ● Utensils ● Languages Non­Material Culture Examples: ● Ideas ● Beliefs ● Fears ● Emotions Elements of Cultural Identity ●  Age ● Ethnic origin ● Family ○ Practices and structure  ●  Religion/Affiliation ●  Gender ● Language ● Geographic region ● Educational background ● Exceptionalities ● Job/profession ● Socio­economic level Ethnicity ­ Combination of religion, ancestry, nationality Elements to Receive Ethnicity ● Birth/religious conversion ● Family ● Place of birth/parents Stereotype ­ An oversimplified, generalized image that applies to a few individuals that is used  to label an entire group of people (an exaggeration) Racism ­ Behaviors and actions that reflect a physical, psychological or intellectual  characteristics that are inherited or distributed differently among humans. Belief that some are  racially superior. Prejudice ­ One’s perspective or negative idea about someone(s). Discrimination ­ Acting upon one’s prejudice towards the someone(s). Effective Educators ●  Clarify their own culture ● Examine Stereotypes ●  Culturally acknowledgable ●  Continue to learn and seek ●  Consider principles of development when designing children’s learning  experiences


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