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After reviewing this week’s readings and viewings on the intersection of education, communication, and culture, consider the following issues and points in 2-3 pages:
Personal information (I used to study in high school in China, and later went to Seattle Community College as an international student)
According to the class materials, how does culture and communication relate to education?
How can cultural differences between teachers and students lead to certain groups of students facing more classroom discipline than other groups of students?
If culture is based on symbols, what are the cultural symbols around education that stand out in your mind? What do these symbols represent to you?
How does your own experience with education inform your perspectives on these issues?
Inclusion of quotes or references from the materials are required to receive full credit on this assignment.
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