Many people use slang or Ebonics on a regular basis, but there may be serious consequences for some. Those who are highly literate are not likely to be affected by their slang, because they know when it is appropriate to be used. However, those who struggle with reading and writing may experience some negative effects of slang and Ebonics. There are many ways in which language can vary among homes and communities. Teaching is no different; there are many different variations used in the educational environment.
I think by having a random selection it allows the students to use their communication skills with one another. But on the other hand you would like to live with someone that respects your belongs and you feel some what comfortable. Not being matched with the same person can give you and that person time to bond and learn different things about one another. For example, if you rooming with the popular cheerleader, or and artistic student on campus, you may find out that you have more things in common than you think you do, and they may not be the person you thought they were. In her article, Dowd argues against the use of such application like RoomBug and website like URoomSurf.com by claiming that, first of all, being able to choose their own roommates would block out the opportunity for students to mature socially.
Some people from the older generations may look down on web-based communication, and disagree with it. This may be because people that use it do not speak standard English, and this may be hard for the older generations to understand. Whereas is spoken conversation, which some older generations normally prefer people tend to speak standard English, and not use or use as many abbreviations, acronyms, or other non-standard English terms. There happen to be many similarities between web-based communication, and spoken conversation, one of which is in both ways of communicating taking it in turns to speak, or say something is still expected. An online example of this is…
The differences between a working relationship, in which we interact with others only in a work setting, and a personal relationship, which takes place outside of work hours, are based on the level of intimacy/familiarity we share in each situation. In a personal relationship, we can speak informally and be nice or rude to the people we are communicating with, depending upon the type of relationship we have with that person. A working relationship requires us to be more formal in our speech. Conversations are more formal and polite in a working environment. The reasons for this may be that people not be offended, we will not say something which may upset or provide a trigger for a vulnerable service user or put ourselves at risk.
Be prepared. You should meet your partner with topics of discussion in mind and/or questions you would like to ask. Sometimes partners become good friends and never need to search for something to discuss. However, this does not always happen; nor should it. Some students learn better with a language partner because they are not friends and do not get distracted as easily.
They are identified in a person but aren’t really the person’s number one choice. The preferred strategies are the strategies that help the person learn and cope to their needs. Identified strategies are there and also help but the person would prefer the other strategies over them. As discussed earlier, kinesthetic strategies embody actively engaging into the lesson. On the contrary, aural study strategies engage “attending classes, discussions, and tutorials, discussing topics with others and teachers, and using a tape recorder.” People who are good listeners and learn better by hearing have aural strategies.
While the Nacrima’s practices seem strange to us, as Miner has written about them, cultural relativism is an important practice in our daily lives. While we do not have to necessarily accept a certain cultures norms and values or perhaps they are vastly different from our own belief system, to be less rigid of other cultural norms allows us to be more understanding or even empathetic of other
When I work with other people in groups, I feel a little at ease because I can get a different look at the situation at hand. When people speak about what they know it is usually what they were raised on. So, that is why people have different outlook and thoughts about curtain situations. Some people do not talk when they are in collaborations at that is because they may not feel like they are included or they may be shy. That can be a disadvantage for both me and the other class
Some examples would be, to move to a place where you didn't speak the language; this would make it hard to communicate with your neighbors or your community. Should a person have to alter their ways just to be able to fit in and be accepted? I find it much easier to live in a community where people are more like my self. Being accepted can go both ways. If you accept them, they would have to accept you in order to live in one
1.5 Certain attitudes towards a resident with dementia can also affect the way they are cared for , some people may not feel comfortable approaching the person because they wither done know how to talk to them and some people assume they are violent and therefore fear them . if a resident gets violent its due to frustration and may not be able to express themselves , this is why it is important to approach them in the right way. 2.1 sitting down talking to them at comfortable pace fior them , help them create a history book , this will make communicating with them so much easier in the future , show affection ( they are still human beings and still want to be loved ) , help them join in with activities with other residents