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Cultural Differences Lower Primary
Transcript of Cultural Differences Lower Primary
There are many countries in the world!
And each country has its own culture:
language, religion, festivals, holidays,
food type, music, etc!
What country do you come from? Did you know that different cultures have
different ways to celebrate birthdays?
How do you and your family celebrate
birthdays? on a scale of one to ten i think the majority of of my work would be an 8. i think this because i thought that all my work was done well and i tried my best to do well in all of my art work. i don't think that any of my work was horrible but i do know some pieces that still need work and could use some more detail. overall i think my art work was well done and i did a good job. Cultural Differences Lower Primary ; Hello! We all live in a big, colorful,
diverse world! 2 minutes activity Walk around the classroom and say
"Hello! How are you today?" in your mother tongue language,
to as many friends as possible! Each culture is very special.
How do you celebrate birthdays in your culture? Yoko Birthday Celebrations There are many religions in the world too.Here are some of them: And some people have no religion.Do you have one? Christianity Judaism Sikhism Hinduism Buddhism Islam (Muslim) In international schools like ICS, there are many students and teachers who came from different countries. They all needed time to adapt to the new country and culture.
It is not always easy,
especially at the beginning
with so much to learn... Everything is much easier when there are kind, helping hands around... The old students also need to adapt to the new students in the class and learn about their culture. Lets listen to Yoko's story. Around the world there are many different festivals too! What festivals do you celebrate
with your family? Thank you! Activity 1 We are all different and
we all have different
experiences to share!
Danilito and his parents have just arrived in New York from their Caribbean island home. They have a place to live and some warm clothing for their first winter. But Danilto is worried. How can he go to school when he speaks no English? How will he find friends among all these strangers? The next morning Papa wakes Danilito up, telling him to look out the window. "Nieve," Papa explains. "Snow." The two explore the magical world of their first snowfall in New York, and Danilito finds that he is still scared. But not as much. When This World Was New For more books: http://www.readwithchildren.com/diversity-cultural-diversity-c-9_16.html?page=1&sort=20a&zenid=96e1b053bc38a95c53eb9f8b79501bb6 References(for teachers) http://www.education.com/reference/article/bullying-factoring-race-ethnicity-immigration/
http://childparenting.about.com/od/socialdevelopment/a/teachdiversity.htm Activity 2 Puppet show: Ask students from different nationalities to work together, in pairs. Ask them to talk to each other about their own country, maybe explore each other’s language, talk about their religion, any special festival they celebrate, etc.Each student makes his own puppet, representing themselves. Have students imagine they are an immigrant moving to the other student’s country for the first time. They should through the play try to experience how it feels like to be away from home, talk about the journey, reasons why they have moved, their expectations, etc. The other student, as the host, needs to welcome him/her and offer any help. Both should try to help and to understand each other.
Making a puppet: http://www.education.com/activity/article/puppets_first/ Books (available at the library): Others: Tusk Tusk by David Mckee All kinds of Belief. A Lift-the-Flap Book by Emma Damon For Every Child by Unicef The Skin I'm In. A First look at Racism By Pat Thomas Prezi : My Art Portfolio by Belinda Ham