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Who Wants To Be A Cultural Millionaire?: 

Who Wants To Be A Cultural Millionaire? A CURR 654 Production

What percent of Arab-Americans are Muslim?: 

What percent of Arab-Americans are Muslim? 23% 12% 42% 80% 1

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What percent of Arab-Americans are Muslim? 23% 12% 42% 80% 1 Source: U.S. Census-http://www.aaiusa.org/demographics.htm

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What percent of Arab-Americans hold a high school diploma? 93.5% 77% 50% 85% 2

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What percent of Arab-Americans hold a high school diploma? 93.5% 77% 50% 85% 2 Source: U.S. Census-http://www.aaiusa.org/demographics.htm

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What percent of Arab-Americans hold a bachelor’s degree? 9% 15% 40% 25% 3 Source: U.S. Census-http://www.aaiusa.org/demographics.htm

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What percent of Arab-Americans hold a bachelor’s degree? 9% 15% 40% 25% 3 Source: U.S. Census-http://www.aaiusa.org/demographics.htm

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Arab-Americans in the Detroit Metro Area are primarily from what region? Syria Lebanon Iraq Palestine 4 Source: U.S. Census-http://www.aaiusa.org/demographics.htm

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Arab-Americans in the Detroit Metro Area are primarily from what region? Syria Lebanon Iraq Palestine 4 Source: U.S. Census-http://www.aaiusa.org/demographics.htm

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Which is not one of the 5 Pillars of Islam? Hijab Zakah Salah Hajj 5 Source: Michael Mayo

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Which is not one of the 5 Pillars of Islam? Hijab Zakah Salah Hajj 5 Source: Michael Mayo

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Which of the following can refer to people? Arabic Arab Arabian Islam 6 Source: Michael Mayo

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Which of the following can refer to people? Arabic Arab Arabian Islam 6 Source: Michael Mayo

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Worldwide, what percentage of Muslims are of Arab descent? 45% 80% 18% 3% 7 Source: Michael Mayo

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Worldwide, what percentage of Muslims are of Arab descent? 45% 80% 18% 3% 7 Source: Michael Mayo

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You have a new Arab-American student in your third grade class, and he’s been disruptive, even after you’ve spoken to him about the problem. Which of the following techniques is most likely to be successful in putting an end to the behavior? Write his name on the board as a warning to lose recess time. Give him a “time out.” Move his desk near yours. Offer a reward to those students who are behaving appropriately. 8 Source: Cathleen Jaskiewicz

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You have a new Arab-American student in your third grade class, and he’s been disruptive, even after you’ve spoken to him about the problem. Which of the following techniques is most likely to be successful in putting an end to the behavior? Write his name on the board as a warning to lose recess time. Give him a “time out.” Move his desk near yours. Offer a reward to those students who are behaving appropriately. 8 Source: Cathleen Jaskiewicz

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What type of positive reinforcement is likely to be the most effective with Arab-American children? A pat on the back or other appropriate physical gesture of affection. A note expressing your pleasure with the child’s actions. A small treat or prize. Verbal acknowledgment in front of the class. 9 Source: Cathleen Jaskiewicz

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What type of positive reinforcement is likely to be the most effective with Arab-American children? A pat on the back or other appropriate physical gesture of affection. A note expressing your pleasure with the child’s actions. A small treat or prize. Verbal acknowledgment in front of the class. 9 Source: Cathleen Jaskiewicz

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Which of the following teaching strategies is most highly recommended as particularly appropriate for many Arab-American students? Hands-on learning, such as science experiments or constructing models. Mind-Mapping, or sketching the relationships among concepts being studied. Writing to learn, as in keeping journals of written responses. Enactment techniques, such as role-playing. 10 Source: Cathleen Jaskiewicz

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Hands-on learning, such as science experiments or constructing models. Mind-Mapping, or sketching the relationships among concepts being studied. Writing to learn, as in keeping journals of written responses. Enactment techniques, such as role-playing. 10 Source: Cathleen Jaskiewicz Which of the following teaching strategies is most highly recommended as particularly appropriate for many Arab-American students?

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The individual. The extended family The nuclear family. The nuclear and extended families. 11 Source: Toula Saratsis Arab-American families traditionally place importance on which of the following?

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The individual. The extended family The nuclear family. The nuclear and extended families. 11 Arab-American families traditionally place importance on which of the following? Source: Toula Saratsis

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socio-economic status religious affiliation ethnicity all of the above 12 Source: Toula Saratsis Arab-Americans share common characteristics despite differences involving which of the following?

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socio-economic status religious affiliation ethnicity all of the above 12 Source: Toula Saratsis Arab-Americans share common characteristics despite differences involving which of the following?

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textbooks practices & policies resources the mission statement 13 Source: Toula Saratsis Schools need to examine _________ to ensure equitable learning opportunities for students.

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textbooks practices & policies resources the mission statement 13 Source: Toula Saratsis Schools need to examine _________ to ensure equitable learning opportunities for students.

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