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Discuss three different social rules in language. Define each, and then describe how each varies from one culture to another. Discuss how variations in social rules of language can pose challenges to teachers of preschool children.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Suggested Responses: Student responses should include the social rules of politeness, speaking so the listener understands, and turn taking. Politeness rules are most often applied when conversing with those of higher status. Cultural differences in what constitutes politeness, e.g. eye contact, touch, personal space, silence, or facial expressions, may be misinterpreted by teachers who assume a Euro-American standard. Speaking so that the listener understands depends on the development of perspective taking and shows development as children adjust their speech to the age and cognitive ability of their listeners. Turn taking develops as children develop self-regulation and is predominantly favored in Euro-American culture.
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