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A Chinese American preschooler in a predominantly Euro-American classroom does not say a word during group times. Of the following, the most appropriate response of the teacher would be to:

▸ respect and encourage silence as a part of the pragmatics of this child's culture.

▸ encourage the child to speak in her native language during group times.

▸ gently reprimand the child until she learns the pragmatics of the majority group.

▸ gently guide the child in expressing feelings, rather than facts, in group discussions.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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