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#10 Six Habits of Highly Effective CIEP Students

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by UNI CIEP on 19 July 2013

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Transcript of #10 Six Habits of Highly Effective CIEP Students

6 Habits of a
Highly Effective CIEP Student 1. Understand the Culture of the U.S. American Classroom. Informal yet
Respectful Students think
critically Students are
responsible for
learning .
. .
. Example: U.S. American: Use titles CIEP: Use first names How should you address your teacher? Hi, Sue! Example: What should you do if you have a personal question for your teacher? U.S. American: Go to your teacher's
office hours. Office Hours All instructors at UNI and in CIEP have office hours. Office hours are different for each teacher. If you cannot come during your teacher's office hours, schedule an appointment. Remember:
Respect your teacher's
time! Classrooms in United States: Hello,
Perkins Example: It's your job to learn U.S. American classroom etiquette. This shows respect. Students are expected
to participate and
think Classroom discussions have
many different opinions. It's ok to disagree
with other students
and even your teachers. It's not ok to yell or
to be hostile. BE
RESPECTFUL! Example: Participating in discussions shows

for your teacher. respect independently. are responsible
for your own success! You .
. Always Example: To take someone else's opinion
as your own is plagiarism To avoid plagiarism, you need to give
credit to the owner of the idea or opinion. Be careful! You are sick and miss class. Homework was
given the day you were sick. Whose
responsibility is it to get the homework? Yours! You fail a test. Whose fault is it? Example: It's your job to ask Rule 1: Rule 2: Time commitments are serious! Maintain your plans! The plans you made
first, come first. Many U.S. Americans plan out their day in advance. To respect their time is
to respect them. U.S. Americans
value time. CIEP Academic
Activity Be on time! Be on time! Lecture Class Party What is late? Informal It is to show up late. ok 1 minute late is still late. Coming in late is a distraction. Respect others by being on time! Be on time! Showing up late to class shows that you do not respect your teacher or your classmates. Some teachers do not allow students to enter the room if they are late! Formal Formal Formal 4. Speak in English! If you speak only in English, The CIEP handbook states, " " CIEP classes are English only;
do not use your native
language in class. If one person does not speak your language,
speak in . English adfkj;asdkjfoia dagkjladjg By not speaking in English,
the other person feels left
out or excluded. your English will only improve. (page 12) 5. Participate Take advantage of
leadership opportunities Get to know other students Find more conversation
partners and make friends Congratulations! You are finished with the Six Habits of Highly Effective CIEP Students. Example: "What is my grade?" Created by
Kat Lundberg,
Sally Roos ........1........2........3........4........ the Stages of Culture Shock 3. Understanding Honeymoon Independence Shock/
Distress Acceptance 6. Take Advice from Other Students Take all opportunities to practice English Use your time wisely Go to CIEP activities Focus on your CIEP classes Study hard Yours! It's your job to ask for help Go to CIEP activities Be patient because it is an intensive program. Never give up! Don't be afraid to ask Sally or Shawna for anything. Don't underestimate the value of homework. 2. Understand U.S. Americans'
Thoughts on Time
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