Building a Culturally Responsive Classroom Environment

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>Building a culturally responsive classroom environmentNoor KipliMohamad Lukman Al HadiMuhamad Zulhanafi</p> <p>Lets Brainstorm!!!The Murut</p> <p>Traditional Costumes</p> <p>Languagespeak 15 languages and 21 dialectsit has divided into 3 groups languagesMurut language groupNorthern Murut language groupTidung language group</p> <p>Traditional DanceMagunatip Dance (video)Magunatip derived from the word 'Apit', which means the pins. Magunatip performed in the Magginakan Day who worships the spirit of the paddy.</p> <p>BeliefsWedding CeremonyA man can only get married after he has presented at least one head that he has hunted to the family of the desired girlwedding ceremony held for five daysFuneral CeremonyThe Murut keep the bodies of their deceased in a jar and place them in colourful and elaborately decorated grave-huts along with the deceaseds belongings</p> <p>Session 1</p> <p>Ways to Preserve cultureMultilanguageMultiethnicMulticulturalInside/ outside classroom</p> <p>Session 2</p> <p>Example of positive and supportive classroom plan</p> <p>Management of Teaching and Learning</p> <p>Stages in Management of Teaching and Learning</p> <p>Culture Based Assessment</p>


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