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Question 1 of 20

How early does awareness of or

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Question 1 of 20

How early does awareness of or curiosity about differences develop?

A. Age 13

B. Toddlerhood

C. Pre-adolescence

D. Adolescence

Question 2 of 20

Ms. Harris’s new class includes two Native American children, about whose families and tribe she needs to gather more information. Her use of home and community resources will enhance her: b non-English language skills.

A. personal relationships.

B. contractual commitment with the families.

C. cross-cultural competence.

Question 3 of 20

Where does a response that elicits valuing fall on the spectrum of responses to diversity?

A. A negative response

B. A positive response

C. A neutral response

D. It is not on the spectrum of responses to diversity.

Question 4 of 20

“We don’t notice differences here; we’re all the same on the inside” is an example of which type of response to diversity?

A. Sameness ideology

B. Focus on the inside over the outside

C. Minimalization or color blindness

D. Difference blocking

Question 5 of 20

Which of the following statements would tell you about your own culture based on whether or not you agreed with it?

A. Infants should sleep in their own bed.

B. Children should be given explanations for rules and consequences of negative behavior.

C. Speaking to young children supports language development.

D. All of the above.

Question 6 of 20

Where does a response that elicits awareness fall on the spectrum of responses to diversity?

A. A negative response

B. A positive response

C. A neutral response

D. It is not on the spectrum of responses to diversity

Question 7 of 20

What is one factor influencing the evidence that there are major discrepancies in outcomes based on racial and cultural groups?

A. Different groups are genetically predisposed to higher achievement.

B. Negative perceptions of particular groups can result in significantly disparate access to resources and opportunities.

C. There aren’t notable differences in outcomes based on different racial or cultural groups.

D. Data collectors are biased.

Question 8 of 20

External responses such as eye rolling or the tensing of the body usually reflect one’s

A. values and prejudices.

B. values and beliefs.

C. beliefs and prejudices.

D. prejudices and discriminations.

Question 9 of 20

How do negative attitudes towards cultural differences primarily develop in young children?

A. Through learned negative messages and models of prejudice or discrimination in their environment

B. Children don’t have negative attitudes about differences.

C. There is a natural inclination towards a negative attitude.

D. Children are pressured by their teachers who have learned the negative attitudes from their parents.

Question 10 of 20

Where does a response that elicits acceptance fall on the spectrum of responses to diversity?

A. A negative response

B. A positive response

C. A neutral response

D. It is not on the spectrum of responses to diversity.

Question 11 of 20

An action prompted by prejudice is called:

A. acceptance.

B. stereotyping.

C. valuing.

D. discrimination.

Question 12 of 20

How can the use of scripts be helpful in anti-bias practice?

A. They give adults simple, clear, positive comments to use in difficult or sensitive moments of conflict.

B. They employ highly specific phrases that one can use in one situation only.

C. They provide experience for those who are rarely in a situation where their bias may show.

D. They give clear directions on what kind of comments one should try to avoid making.

Question 13 of 20

Which of the following examples does NOT show a classroom that encourages social justice?

A. Communicating appreciation to peers

B. Creating a welcoming place where each person is valued as an individual

C. Actively reaching out to peers who have similar values and beliefs

D. Actively reaching out to peers regardless of the cultural diversity

Question 14 of 20

This comment is an example of which kind of response to diversity: “I’ve never seen the traditional Indian foods Ada brings in her lunch before. This weekend I want to go to the Indian market downtown and try some new recipes.”

A. Stereotyping

B. Tolerating

C. Appreciating

D. Accepting

Question 15 of 20

Our country was founded on freedom of religion. There are now many different religious beliefs represented by our citizens. Clashes between opposing groups on issues such as abortion and text book censorship sometimes lead to spirited debates and:

A. compromises.

B. acts of tolerance.

C. violence.

D. stereotyping.

Question 16 of 20

The term ethnocentrism applies to which one of the following situations?

A. Jack O’Shea, who is American, tells everyone that the Irish are the best people on God’s green earth.

B. An Asian family’s meals are considered strange and unappetizing by mainstream American standards.

C. An African-American accuses a white supervisor of sexual harassment in the workplace.

D. Rufus Taylor is associated with a White Supremacist organization and takes part in its bigotry-fed activities.

Question 17 of 20

5.0 Points

The use of discrimination has the power to __________ others.

A. degrade

B. hurt

C. humiliate

D. All of the above

Question 18 of 20

Which one of the following would be considered a stereotype?

A. Pacific Coast Indians are drunks.

B. Most Central and South American Hispanics have dark-skin.

C. Children with disabilities should have access to programs for children without disabilities.

D. American children who grow up in the Southern United States have a distinct accent when they speak.

Question 19 of 20

Research indicates that assumptions people make based on observable elements in another person can have profound impacts on the observed person’s:

A. health, education, and employment.

B. health, education, and diet.

C. diet, beliefs, and values.

D. health, diet, and values.

Question 20 of 20

5.0 Points

Some groups are treated differently and have different access to opportunities based on:

A. prejudgments and negative assumptions.

B. prejudgments and positive assumptions.

C. prejudgments and neutral assumptions.

D. prejudgments.

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Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.

Hello, and thanks for the question.

I will post the responses within 24 hrs., if that meets your deadline.

-Chris M.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.

I got help from another site I do not need help with these any more I apologize for any in convenience

Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.

Hello again,

No problem. After I replied, I saw that your question had been closed.

-Chris M.

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