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Culture Shock

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Soumia Dedeche

on 23 July 2014

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Transcript of Culture Shock

Culture Shock
Soumia Dedeche
Solutions
Learning the Language
Knowing What to Expect
Help If You Need It
• Family and friends
• Counselors
• New friends
Find someone who has experience with culture shock — maybe an older relative who moved to the area before you did. Find out how they handled the newness of their surroundings.
Making friends who aren't new to the culture may help you understand the culture better and have someone to talk to when you're feeling down.
If you don't know someone who has been through what you're going through, try talking to counselors and teachers at your
new school.
They've been
trained to help
all students deal
with a wide variety of concerns. Although they may not have personal experience with culture shock, they do have experience with helping people deal with rough times.
Thanks, questions?
Thanks Questions?
Maintaining Your Culture
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