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Q: what are macroculture? explain.
A: There are two definitions of "macroculture." Definition #1: the dominant culture in any political/geographic area. Definition #2: The overarching culture that unites all individuals in any political/geographic area. [ Individuals (especially those from the dominant culture) often do not consider nondominant microcultures as part of the macroculture. ]
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User: What are macroculture and microculture? Explain.

User: what are macroculture? explain.

Weegy: There are two definitions of "macroculture." Definition #1: the dominant culture in any political/geographic area. Definition #2: The overarching culture that unites all individuals in any political/geographic area. [ Individuals (especially those from the dominant culture) often do not consider nondominant microcultures as part of the macroculture. ]
debnjerry|Points 46016|

User: what are microculture? explain.

Weegy: Microculture A social group that shares distinctive traits, values, and behaviors that set it apart from the parent macroculture of which it is a part. [ Microculture seems to imply a greater linkage with the parent culture and often mediate the ideas, values, and institutions of the larger political community. ]
icecream00|Points 40|

User: List several needs of diverse students. Why is it important to understand the needs of diverse students? Explain. (Refer to pages 60–64 in the textbook.)

User: Why is classroom management a critical focus of effective instruction? Explain.

User: Why is cooperative learning an essential and effective teaching strategy? Explain.

Weegy: Over the past decade, cooperative learning has emerged as the leading new approach to classroom instruction. [ One important reason for its advocacy is that numerous research studies in K?12 classrooms, in very diverse school settings and across a wide range of content areas, have revealed that students completing cooperative learning group tasks tend to have higher academic test scores, higher selfesteem, greater numbers of positive social skills, fewer stereotypes of individuals of other races or ethnic groups, and greater comprehension of the content and skills they are studying ( Johnson, Johnson, and Holubec 1993; Slavin 1991; Stahl and VanSickle 1992). Furthermore, the perspective of students working as ?academic loners? in classrooms is very different from that of students working cooperatively and collaboratively in and as ?cooperative learning academic teams?. ]
debnjerry|Points 46016|

User: What was the most surprising fact that you discovered during your research of multicultural education? Why is this fact significant? Explain.

Weegy: ignorance and intolerance would have to cease to exist. essentially, the Human Being would have to transform into a different psychosocial species. let me know how it goes. [ ]
daniel12426|Points 50|

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