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developing an awareness of family and cultural issues in an attempt to work with linguistically diverse parents in meaningful and effective ways.
Additionally, a professional development seminar series for faculty in a college of education supported instructors in addressing the education of linguistically diverse students within the courses they taught, which enabled faculty to increase candidates' awareness of the unique challenges and opportunities in teaching ELLs (Costa, McPhail, Smith, & Brisk, 2005).
For young children from linguistically diverse backgrounds who have been diagnosed with ASD, a needs analysis is likely to reveal a home environment where a language other than English is most commonly used.
Hajj linguistically means to head towards something or someone, and in the Sharee'ah, it means to go to a particular place (which is the Mosque of Makkah and Arafat, and in a particular time (which is the month of Hajj) in order to carry out specific actions (which is to stand at the area of Arafat, and to perform Tawf and Sa'y according to some specific conditions).
Standard 3: Health care organizations should ensure that staff at all levels and across all disciplines receive ongoing education and training in culturally and linguistically appropriate service delivery.
Therefore, the purpose of our study was to identify and establish priorities among the training needs of educators in the field of visual impairment who work with students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Thus, Martin clearly goes too far when he says that this methodology (interpreting a compound word by first looking at its root words) is not only linguistically invalid but also naive and indefensible.
Compelling stories representing the range of experiences that culturally and linguistically diverse students are apt to face in school are presented.
Linguistically, redundancy is synonymous with predictability due to an abundance of specification provided by the speech situation--more than enough to decode the message (Crystal 1987:146).
However, would it not be more linguistically consistent, not to mention more accurate, to refer to the methodology as "in virtuo" rather than "in silico"?
Over time and linguistically pushed to the West of Britain, the British/Welsh speakers began calling themselves Compatriots ie Cymru.
Korean Americans are linguistically different from other Americans, but they compose a monoracial, monoethnic group.