Some educators argue the importance of connecting new information to English Learners' own cultural backgrounds in order to make content concepts meaningful. Others disagree, stating that students relate more to popular American influences than they do to
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Some educators argue the importance of connecting new information to English Learners' own cultural backgrounds in order to make content concepts meaningful. Others disagree, stating that students relate more to popular American influences than they do to their parents' traditional cultural practices. What are some merits and problems with these positions? What about ELs born in the United States who have never lived in their native cultural setting?
 
A group of well-dressed girls are teasing a girl from a lower-income family, saying that her clothes are not She begins to cry, which leads to more teasing.
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A group of well-dressed girls are teasing a girl from a lower-income family, saying that her clothes are not She begins to cry, which leads to more teasing.
 
Two boys shoot death stares at each other during the last five minutes of class. When class gets out, the situation escalates as one boy makes a derogatory comment to the other. Students begin to circle around the boys, and it looks as if a fight is about
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Two boys shoot death stares at each other during the last five minutes of class. When class gets out, the situation escalates as one boy makes a derogatory comment to the other. Students begin to circle around the boys, and it looks as if a fight is about to break out.
 
You are a preschool teacher. Your daycare center requires you to put a child into timeout if they misbehave. You have a 6 year old child who hits another child. You ask her firmly to have a seat in timeout. She says, No! I don't want to! and then runs off
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You are a preschool teacher. Your daycare center requires you to put a child into timeout if they misbehave. You have a 6 year old child who hits another child. You ask her firmly to have a seat in timeout. She says, No! I don't want to! and then runs off. You walk up to her and hold her hand to escort her to timeout. She pulls away from you and runs off again and she starts calling the other children names. The child is too big to carry. (With younger children, you can simply carry the child...
 
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