ORAL COMM-STORYBOARD-SCENES 7-12

ORAL COMM-STORYBOARD-SCENES 7-12
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  • Why are you all so close minded!
  • Sny dit uit. You are being very rude right now!
  • Wala kayong modo mga dayuhan!
  • Oh no! The students are arguing with each other! I must find a way for them to reconcile!
  • But I thought that all of the things that I said were true! Güey, don’t be such wimps!
  • Hey! Stop it! Even if you guys are from different cultures you need to respect each other. Now say sorry for your mistakes!
  • What Miss is saying is right! I'm sorry.
  • I may look like a person who comes from the suburbs but I am more than that.
  • Ek stem saam! Miss is right!
  • I’m sorry, classmates! I didn’t treat you guys nicely.
  • Very good class! Acknowledging that something is your fault is worthy of praise.
  • I am sorry for being insensitive and rude
  • I’m sorry guys for the things I thought and said about you guys!
  • I am very sorry for being so insensitive.
  • Lo siento..
  • The students argued due to their lack of intercultural sensitivity along with their cultural differences.
  • I would love to visit Mexico someday
  • I would like to visit your countries someday! You seem to have such unique and diverse culture.
  • Their teacher resolved it by making them apologize to each other for being impolite and giving stereotype jokes and ideas about each other.
  • Did you guys know that we, Filipinos, tend to avoid hurting others with the things we say
  • In India, it i weird to see someone eat with a fork and spoon
  • They all started acknowledging each other's cultural differences, practices, languages, and traditions.
  • It's nice to have friends from different parts of the world!
  • Us too!
  • I am so glad that even if we had some disagreements, what matters is that we are now friends! Que padre!
  • They learn to accept the beauty of these differences and they have come to a realization that diversity is what makes the world a beautiful place to live in.
  • Africa has many countries in it and all these diverse culture form into one big continent.
  • During lunch time, at the cafeteria, they tell each other some facts about their country, they share the way they act, speak, and interact with people. Their adviser sees that they are becoming more sensitive to the feelings of others.
  • In Ghana,my home country, it is considered rude to blow your nose while eating.
  • For us Mexicans, it is rude to come to a gathering on time, rather you should come 30 minutes later than the set time.
  • They start to adapt to different cultures. Integration- inculturation and acculturation were the keys to their maturity as individuals and the formation of their strong relationship as a class and as friends inside or outside the school.
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