Schooling for the students Schooling systems have been the same since anyone could remember. What might need to change for students to get the equal amount of education as the “gifted” students? Will students still benefit from the lack of renewal in the education system? According to the authors from chapter 4 "How We Learn" Alfie Kohn, John Taylor Gatto, Bell Hooks, and Kristina Rizga, explaining in their essays published in "Acting Out Culture" by James S. Miller.
Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Lost in Translation Lost in Translation is a romantic comedy-drama film directed by Sofia Coppola. The main actor in the film is Bill Murray portrayed as Bob Harris who makes friendship with Charlotte in a hotel in Tokyo. The story revolves around a love circle of two strangers that met in a hotel. This paper will be discussing the themes and styles in relation to moods, attitudes and conditions that existed during the recording of the film.
The results of the cultural context inventory for myself were high context – 28, low context 31 with a difference of 3, for my journal partner the high context was 31, low context 36 with a difference of 5. We have comparable results due to the fact both of us communicate in similar fashions. We tend to be aware of nonverbal cues between ourselves, and know when and how far to push an issue. With having two children we also avoid conflicts in front of them and make an effort to include them in family decisions. Personally, I feel showing our children that compromising and compassion towards others brings people closer and makes it easier to communicate thoughts and feelings.
It is hard to imagine a world without reading or writing. Many times we take for granted the important value it holds in each of our and our children 's lives. In the article, The Cradle of Culture and What Children Know About Writing and Numbers Before Being Taught, Liliana Tolchinsky Landsmann attempts to persuade readers that literacy begins way before formal classroom education. It is her belief that preliterate children show signs of literacy before parents and educator 's realize the distinct process of development. In the article, Learning Related Behaviors and Literacy Achievement in Elementary School-Aged Children by Deborah Stipek, Steven Newton and Amita Chudgar, three university professors test elementary school-aged children
The Japanese people were told that they were to live in this twenty-five foot barack. They were told to fill up the canvas bags with straws and that would be their mattresses. The floor was made out of wood. Their first meal was in a mess hall and they picked up army mess kits. Japanese didn’t really have a “family life.”
Throughout my life experience I have been at the higher end of continuum as cultural competence. I have always interact with other cultural groups and accept others for the way they are without being judgmental. There are times when I can be judgmental but there is a limitation of awareness. For instant, I would insult a person if it is need but not to the limit to it becoming offensive. Usually my insult will be commits that might be helpful. For somebody to be cultural competence, people needs to be able to accept different dynamics and resources. It will help to enhance cultural knowledge and adaption to their belief systems, policies, and practices. Also it advocate changes to society, to accept those of different background, ethnicity,
During this semester, I gained a lot of skills and knowledge about interpersonal relations. As a human being, as a member of the "global village", everyone need to communicate with others. It is important to learn how to communicate well and how to build a healthy and positive interpersonal relationship with others. Like the textbook’ name “Looking Out Looking In”, we looked in the communication itself, looked out the language barrier, nonverbal messages and effective listening, and looked at relational dynamics.
Everyone around the world has different beliefs, behaviors, objects and religion that are common for a particular society or a group of people who enjoys shared values and thus gives positive contributions to the society. This is called Culture. These are carried on by the people from generation by generation. It is the particular view point, customs and beliefs that discern one culture from another. It is transferred from one generation to another through language, material objects, and daily rituals. For example tribe’s men in different parts of the world love to carry guns and swords, they are not for using against someone but it’s their culture. That best describes the cultural encounters faced by people while going from culturally different