How Can Teachers Teach in a Multicultural Classroom?
In today's changing society, Australia is becoming more and more culturally pluralistic. This changes the dynamics of the classroom. No longer do all students only speak English - in fact some will speak English as their third, forth or fifth language. There is also a realm of different cultural practises in the class and some conflict with others. Dealing with this is not easy but it is worthwhile. Many teaching try to ignore that fact that there are culturally diverse students in their classroom but, as a result, they miss out widening both their minds and experiences and the minds and experiences of their students.…
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