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Embracing Diversity in the Classroom: Strategies for Inclusive Teaching of English across Cultures

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Question: Question 6 6.1 Imagine that you are teaching English as a home language to students who come from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Briefly explain ANY three strategies which you would use to ensure that all students are catered for in your classroom. (6 marks) 6.2 As a teacher of English or an aspiring teacher of English, how do you think your cultural and linguistic background may influence or shape your teaching of English in your class? Briefly explain two factors that may shape or influence your teaching of English. (

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4 marks) 6.1 1. Use of Multilingual Learning Methods: I would use native languages as a bridge to teach English. This will not only make it easier for students to associate words and concepts but also respect their linguistic diversity. 2. Culturally Responsive Teaching: I would incorporate examples and contexts from different cultures when teaching English. This would make students feel included and increase their engagement while learning and understanding better. 3. Differentiated Teaching: Recognizing that each student learns differently, I would use various teaching methods (visual, auditory, kinesthetic etc.) to meet every student’s learning style. This diversified approach can ensure all students have access to learning in their most effective way. 6.2 1. Personal perspectives and biases: My linguistic background might influence the way I teach English. For example, I might unintentionally favor teaching methods that I found effective growing up or unconsciously focus on certain areas of the language that resonate with my experience. 2. Cultural Understanding: With my unique cultural background, I might provide examples or use teaching materials that reflect my own culture or use a teaching style dominant in my culture. While this could potentially provide students with diverse learning experiences, it is crucial to remain aware and inclusive of the cultures that make up the classroom.

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April 10, 2024, 10:33 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, April 10, 2024

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