Chinese children and cultural intelligence

My thesis is exploring the effects in urban areas that exposure to foreigners and their culture have on Chinese children. I’m trying to see if factors such as English classes, experience traveling abroad, foreign entertainment (TV, books, movies), etc influences the children, making them more culturally intelligent or not. I already did a survey but don’t know how to organize the data.

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Research Question: Q:Does frequent exposure to foreigners, foreign culture and language in urban areas lead to a higher level of cultural intelligence amongst Chinese children? Hypothesis: H1: Increased exposure to foreigners and foreign culture lead to higher CQ. Objectives of Study: -Test validity of CQ in urban Chinese youth -Identify relationship between English language competency and CQ -Understand the relationship between experience with interacting with foreigners in China and urban Chinese children’s CQ -Understand the relationship between change in urban population and environment and urban Chinese children’s CQ Goals: -Assess the relationship between CQ and Chinese youths’ perception of foreigners -Examine the relationship between CQ and the Chinese youth’s level -Acknowledge the differences between Chinese youth with increased exposure to foreigners in comparison to those with less exposure -Examine the factors in childrens’ lives that may influence their CQ level (English language, traveling, exposure, entertainment, etc.) Research Method A quantitative research method was utilized for this study. Research for this study was conducted in Wuhan Elementary School (武汉小学) by using a survey through the 问卷网 application. The survey was given to three 5th grade level classes, amounting to 113 children, ranging on average 9 to 11 years old. The children answered the survey questions individually in their school’s computer lab while being monitored by teachers. The survey was 78 questions in total, divided into six parts. They are as followed: Part One, about me: Two questions about their gender and age Part Two, me and English: 8-13 Part Three, me and traveling: 14-16 Part Four, experience, thoughts and feelings with culture and foreigners: 17-24, 26-41 Part Five, foreign entertainment(movies, TV, books, art, media): 43-49 Part Six, family and foreign culture: 50-58, 59 is an extension of 58 about the child’s personal preference Part Seven, scenarios: 60-78 *Question 3-5 will not be used, some students confused siblings with cousins Question 6-7 was intended for a private school, but the private schools inquired disagreed with to conduct the survey. Question 42 on the survey application was added in error Question 43, answers not complete Note:Question 25 was about the childrens’ personality traits from another point of view, not their own Survey, Chinese (original version) Below are the survey questions given to 113 fifth grade children in Wuhan Elementary School. 我的基本情况 性别 男 女 2. 年龄 9 10 11 12 3. 你有弟兄姐妹吗? 有,她/他和我一起住 (继续回答4,5) 有,但她/他不跟我一起住 (继续回答4, 5) 没有 (跳到第6) 4. 你的弟兄姐妹.... 比我大 比我小 5. 你的弟兄姐妹跟谁住在一起? 父母 爷爷/奶奶 姥姥/姥爷 其他亲戚 自己住 其他 6. 你在学校住吗? 是(继续回答7) 否 (跳到第8) 7. 你什么时候回家? (可以多选) 周末 放假时 夏天 节日 其他时间(不固定的) 不回家 我的英语学习情况 8. 你是否在学校上英语课? 是 (继续回答9) 不是(跳到第10) 9. 你几年级开始在学校学英语? 幼儿园 1年级 2年级 3年级 4年级 5年级 10. 你在校外报了英文补习班吗? 是,正在上 曾经报过,现在没有在上了 从来没有没有 11. 你跟外教学英语吗? 是,正在跟外教学 曾经学过,但现在不跟外教学 从来没有 12. 你跟外教学了几年? >1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13. 你会在空闲时间学英语吗?(可以多选) 不学 看书 听歌 看电影/电视剧/动画片 和外国小朋友一起玩 参加英语角落 其他 我的旅游经历 14. 你出过国吗?你去过那里?(可以多选) 欧洲 亚洲 北美(美国及加拿大) 非洲 南美 中美 加勒比 澳洲 新西兰 其他 我从来没出过国 15. 你最想去哪里旅游? 欧洲 亚洲 北美(美国及加拿大) 非洲 南美国 中美国 加勒比 澳洲 新西兰 其他 我不想出国 16. 你参加过国外的夏令营或跟学校老师一起旅游过吗? 参加过 没参加过 我和文化 请如实选择与你相符的描述 17. 我跟别人谈论过我自己的文化。 谈论过 没有谈论过 18. 在过去的六个月里,我改变了我的行为,以适应另一种文化。 改变了 没有改变 19. 有些事情对我来说很重要,我不会改变或妥协。 同意 不确定 不同意 20. 我有来自不同文化背景的朋友们。 有 没有 21. 在我所有的朋友中,我至少拥有一个外国朋友。 有 没有 没有,但想要 没有,不想要 没有,不敢 22. 我愿意和与我文化不同的人交谈。 愿意 不愿意,因为太麻烦 不愿意,因为我的英语不好 不愿意 23. 我不愿意跟中文不太好的人交流。 对,我不愿意 不对,我愿意 24. 分组进行活动时,如果组里只有我一个中国人,那么我不会呆在这个组/不愿参加这个活动。 我愿意参加 我不愿意参加 25. 请选择:我的同学会把我描述成:(可以多选)内向 外向 健谈 安静 刻薄 聪明 幽默 友好 卑鄙 大方 调皮 小气 善良 孤独 调皮 26. 文化是: 国际 出身 宗教 全部都是 27. 我曾把有中国文化特色的礼物送给了外国朋友。 送过 没有送过 28. 外国人来过我家做客。 来过 从来没来过 29. 我在外面跟外国人一起吃过饭。 吃过 没有跟外国人吃过饭 30. 我跟外国人玩过。(面对面) 玩过 没有玩过 31. 我跟外国人玩过游戏。(网络上) 玩过 没有玩过 32. 当我看到外国人时,我对他们很好奇。 好奇 不好奇 33. 当我看到外国人时,我感到害怕,因为他们和我不同。 害怕 不害怕 34. 当我看到外国人时,我想和他们交谈和交朋友。 想要 不想要 35. 当我看到外国人时,我不敢和他们说话,因为我的英语水平可能不够好。 我不敢 不对,我会跟她们说话 36. 我想要更了解外国人和外国文化。 想要 不想要 37. 更多地了解外国文化很重要。 重要 不重要 无所谓 38. 学外语,比如英语,很重要。 重要 不重要 无所谓 39. 对学习英语来说,学习文化和语言可以帮助我更好地掌握这门语言。 有帮助 没有帮助 无所谓 40. 我在公共场合谨慎地观察外国人,看看他们的文化和我的文化有什么不同。 观察过 没有观察过,但想要 没有观察过,也不想要 41. 我去过卖外国食品的综合性超市。(沃尔玛,家乐福) 去过 没有去过 42. 我去过只卖外国产品的店。(即阿拉伯商店) 去过 没去过 43. 我在做民族餐的餐馆吃过饭 吃过 没吃过 44. 我曾参观过艺术博物馆的展览,里面展出了国外的作品。 参观过 没参观过 45. 我喜欢看欧美影视作品(比如:漫威,小猪佩奇,迪士尼,等) 喜欢 不喜欢 没看过,想看 没看过,不想看 46. 我家人喜欢看欧美电影和/或电视剧 喜欢 不喜欢 他们没看过 不知道 47. 我喜欢看国外影视作品(不包括欧美的)(比如: 日本动画片,印度宝莱坞, 泰国电视剧,等) 喜欢 不喜欢 没看过,想看 没看过,不想看 48. 我家人喜欢看影视作品(不包括欧美的)(比如: 日本动画片,印度宝莱坞, 泰国电视剧,等) 喜欢 不喜欢 他们没看过 不知道 49. 我喜欢看外国小说动漫片(漫威, 日本动漫,韩国动漫,等) 喜欢 不喜欢 没看过,想看 没看过,不想看 50. 我家人鼓励我跟外国人聊天 鼓励 没有鼓励过我 不让我这样做 51. 我家人鼓励我学其他国家的文化 鼓励 没有鼓励过我 不让我这样做 52. 我家人鼓励我好好学英语 鼓励 没有鼓励过我 无所谓 53. 我家人想要我将来出国 想要 不想要 不知道 54. 我家人鼓励我跟其他的外国小朋友一起玩 鼓励 没有鼓励过我 不让我这样做 55. 我家人喜欢外国人和外国文化 喜欢 不喜欢 不知道 56. 我家有人出过国 有 没有 57. 我家人喜欢学习和体验外国文化 喜欢 不喜欢 不知道 58. 我家人鼓励我试一试外国饮食 (不包括快餐!比如,KFC, 麦当劳,汉堡王…都不算!) 鼓励 没有鼓励过我 不让我这样做 59. 我喜欢吃外国饮食 (不包括快餐!比如,KFC, 麦丹劳,汉堡王…都不算!) 鼓励 没有鼓励过我 不让我这样做 情景问答 下面的问题包括不同的场景。无论你是否体验过,请选择最符合你个人选择的答案。请记住,不同的孩子会有不同的想法,做出不同的选择,所以并没有正确或者错误的答案。 1. 有一天,我和家长在超市买菜时,我见到一家俄罗斯人,他们有两个女儿。很多人一直盯着他们看。 a. 我也看,但只看几秒钟。 b. 我也盯着他们看。大家都在盯着看,为什么我不会呢? c. 我不看他们。 d. 我对他们没兴趣。 e. 我感觉害怕。 2. 一家澳洲人刚刚成为了我的新邻居,他们家的孩子跟我差不多大。他/她看到我的时候,他/她就过来了。 a. 我看着她/他打个招呼。 b. 我和对方有目光接触,并且用右手握握手。 c. 我用右手或者左手跟他们握手(哪个手我觉得无所谓),打个招呼。 d. 我先问问家长我能不能接触他们。 e. 我不打招呼,我怕我的英语不好,没法沟通。 3. 有一天,我和家长在外面排队。有一家尼日利亚人,其中一个小女孩儿编了一头长长的辫子。我看到站在孩子的后面有一位阿姨在碰她的辫子, 而孩子没有感觉有人在碰她。我觉得: a. 没事,因为小女孩子不知道有人在碰她。 b. 随便碰其他人的头发是不礼貌的。 c. 阿姨应该先问问孩子允不允许她碰她头发。 d. 无所谓,我不认识她们。 4. 武汉的夏天到了,今天有38度!我和家人在公交车站等车时,一群来自阿曼戴着包头巾的女生们走过来,站在我附近等公交。我: a. 感觉尴尬, 挪到另一个地方站。 b. 今天那么热,包头巾应该脱掉吧。 c. 感兴趣,想多理解她们的文化。 d. 感到害怕,因为我的族人一般不包头巾。 e. 我知道她们来自不同对方文化背景,但感觉无所谓。 5. 一天晚上,我和家人在地铁上。你看到一群来自不同国家的外国人一起上车。我想告诉我的家人。我: a. 用手指指着他们,这样会让家人和车上的人看到。 b. 我大声告诉家人,那样的话其他人也会听到。 b. 我转身告诉我家人,其他人无所谓。 c. 我不跟家人说,他们自己也许也会看到吧。 6. 如果我听到外国歌,我: a. 会仔细听,看我能不能听得懂 b. 会觉得有意思 c. 不喜欢,因为太不一样了,我也听不懂 d. 随便听,无所谓 e. 如果好听,我就听 7. 我有一位来自巴基斯坦的朋友。最近我的朋友的背痛,她/他吃的药没有用。我突然想起了中医,但他/她没听说过。我: a. 给他/她解释中医是什么,比如按摩和拔火罐。 b. 给他/她解释中医是什么,然后问她/他想不想试试。 c. 觉得给外国人解释中医太复杂了,所以不知道该怎么帮助他。 d. 中医可能不适合外国人,所以我不会给他们推荐中医。 8. 今天老师给我们班介绍一位来自马里的同学,叫南希。她的汉语说得很流利。她长得又高又瘦、皮肤黝黑光洁,也很友好。一个男同学举手,说来自马里的人应该吃土吧,所以他们的皮肤色很黑。南希哭了。我觉得: a. 男同学好奇而已。 b. 男同学故意说这种不礼貌的话。 c. 南希哭是因为同学说了伤害她的话。 d. 男同学应该选择其他的说话方式来评价马里人的皮肤色。 e. 因为今天是南希的第一天来学校,所以有一点紧张,就哭了。 9. 我家长给我报名一个英语补习班。我们来自英国的老师有时候在课堂上讲汉语,但他的汉语说不标准。有的同学喜欢模仿老师的口音。我觉得: a. 来中国的外教应该多学汉语。 b. 我的同学们觉得老师的口音很有趣。 c. 我们应该尊重老师,不应该模仿他的口音。 d. 我的同学们对老师不礼貌。 10. 我家长请住在楼上的墨西哥夫妇和他们的三个孩子出去吃美味的中餐。桌子上只有筷子。我: a. 觉得外国人用筷子很有意思! b. 觉得无论是外国人或中国人,我们都应该学会用筷子,因为我们住在中国。 c. 请服务员拿几个勺子,因为外国人不会用筷子。 d. 问问家长我能不能用手机拍照我的邻居们使用筷子的场面。 e. 老老实实管好我自己,好好吃饭。 11. 一天下午,我在外面陪我的黑肤色的朋友玩。我问他/她来自哪里,她/他回答:美国。我觉得: a. 不可能,因为黑人来自非洲。 b. 我相信他/她 c. 她/他有可能是美国人民,但他/她的家人是非洲人。 12. 我和家长在张家界旅游。我们看到一家印度人,带着儿子和女儿。一位中国的旅游客想要跟孩子们拍照,所以她抓住孩子们的胳膊,想要他们靠近一点。孩子们被吓到了,想要爸爸妈妈。他们的父母很生气。我觉得: a. 要跟她们拍照的游客应该先问问父母他们同不同意拍照。 b. 在印度的文化里,跟陌生人拍照可能是不礼貌的。 c. 我也想跟他们合影,我等到孩子们不哭了先。 d. 觉得因为印度家庭在中国,所以他们应该愿意和中国人合影。 e. 无所谓,我不认识他们。 13. 我们学校有新外教。外交的皮肤色是棕色。我想知道老师来自哪里。我应该怎么问? a. 你是印度人吗? b. 你是中东人吗? c. 你来自哪里? d. 我不问。 14. 我在外面见到了我来自英国的邻居。我怎么跟她们打招呼? a. 你们吃了吗? b. 你们要去哪里? c. 今天的天气真好! d. 你们在外面干嘛? 15. 我和家人一整天在外面逛街,走路走到脚很疼。坐地铁回家的时候,我找到一个座位,旁边有外国人坐着玩手机。我: a. 站着,不坐。 b. 不坐,看有没有其他地方。 c. 先在附近站着,等外国人下车。 d. 坐。 16. 我家隔壁有一家外国人刚搬进来。他们的孩子跟我差不多大。她/他刚看到了我。 a. 看看他/她。 b. 笑,挥手。 c. 挥手,说“Hello!” d. 过去找孩子玩。 17. 我在外面玩的时候,一位来自加拿大的孩子想跟我玩。孩子只能用英语沟通。我: a. 跟孩子玩,使用我学会的英语沟通。 b. 不跟孩子玩,我的英语不够好。 c. 跟孩子玩,虽然我不会说英语。 d. 不跟孩子玩,因为我们语言不一样,沟通太麻烦。 18. 我的老师要求大家分组做个课题。每一组要两个人。课题需要两个星期才能做完。大家分组时,发现我和一个来自巴西的同学都落单了。我: a. 让其他同学问这个同学要不要合作。 b. 自己去问这个同学要不要一起合作。 c. 想问这个同学要不要一起合作,但不敢。 d. 不想要跟这个同学一起合作。 19. 我的老师又要求我们分组做课题,但这次是老师选的。每一组有四个人。老师把一位外国同学,还有两个中国同学分在一起。我的外国同学会说一点汉语,但不怎么参加讨论。我: a: 觉得这个同学很无聊。 b. 觉得有可能这个同学以为她/他不应该说话。 c. 考虑保持安静是不是她/他文化的一部分。 d. 会直接问他/她的意见。 e. 问问她/他喜不喜欢你们的话题,看看他/她有没有建议。 f. 这个同学不想要跟我们合作所以他/她不说话。 g. 这个同学不讲话因为他不喜欢这个课题。 Survey, English (translated) Version About Me! 1. What gender are you? Boy girl 2. How old are you? 9 10 11 12 3. Do you have brothers and sisters? Yes, and we live in the same household (continue to questions 4 and 5) Yes, but we don’t live in the same household (continue to questions 4 and 5) No (skip to question 6) 4. My sibling is… Older than me Younger than me 5. Who does you brother and sister live with? With my parents With my paternal grandparents With my maternal grandparents With my relatives Lives in their own home, apartment or dormitory Other 6. Do you live at school? Yes (continue to question 7) No (Skip to question 8) 7. When do you go home? (You can choose more than one) Weekends Vacations from school Summers Holidays Other times (not a scheduled time) I don’t go home English Skill 8. Do you take English classes at your school? Yes (go to question 7) No (Skip to question 10) 9. When did you begin to study English? Day care Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 10. Do you study in an English cram school? Currently enrolled Previously enrolled, but not currently enrolled I have never been enrolled in an English cram school 11. Do you have English class with a foreign teacher? Currently do (please continue to question 12) Previously, but not anymore (please continue to question 12) I have never had foreign teacher’s class (skip to question 13) 12. How many years did you attend English class with a foreign teacher? >1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13. In your freetime, do you learn English by yourself and/or use English study materials? (You can choose more than one) No Books Music Movies TV shows Play with foreign kids Go to English corner Other Traveling Experience 14. Have you traveled abroad before? Where have you traveled too? (You can choose more than one) Europe Asia North America )including Canada) Africa South America Central America The Caribbean Australia New Zealand Other I have never been abroad 15. Where would you like to go ? Europe Asia North America )including Canada) Africa South America Central America The Caribbean Australia New Zealand Other I don’t want to go abroad 16. Have you participated in a summer camp or school tour abroad before? Yes No Culture and Me Choose the response that best describes you. Answer truthfully! 17. I have discussed my culture before with others before. Yes B) No 18. Within the past six months, I have changed my behavior to adapt to another culture. Yes B) No 19. There are some things which really matter to me that I will not change or compromise on. I agree I’m not sure I won’t agree 20. I am known to have friends from many different cultures. Yes b) No 21. Out of all my friends, I have at least one person who is a foreigner. Yes b) No c) No, but I’d like to d) No, I wouldn’t try to 22. I’m willing to talk to people from other cultures. Yes b) No, it’s too troublesome c) No, because my English isn’t good enough d) No, I’m not willing to 23. I’m not willing to talk to people who can’t speak my language fluently. Right, I’m not willing to b) False, I’m willing to 24. If there is a situation where I am the only Chinese person in the group, I will avoid it. I’m willing to participate b) I’m not willing to participate 25. Please choose: My classmates would describe me as: (You can pick more than one): introvert extrovert talkative quiet sarcastic smart. silly friendly mean generous stingy honest lonely naughty 26. Choose what you think culture is: Nationality Origin/family background Religion All the above 27. I have given something as from my culture to a foreigner before as a gift. a) Yes b) No 28. I have had a foreigner at my house as a guest before. a) Yes b) No 29. I have eaten with a foreigner before. a) Yes b) No 30. I have played with a foreigner before (face to face) a) Yes b) No 31. I have played with a foreigner before (online games) a) Yes b) No 32. When I see another foreigner, I am curious about them. a) Yes b) No 33. When I see another foreigner, I feel afraid because they are different from me. a) Yes b) No 34. When I see another foreigner, I want to talk to and make friends with them. a) Yes b) No 35. When I see another foreigner, I feel afraid to talk to them because my English level may not be good enough. a) Yes b) No 36. I want to learn more about foreigners and their cultures. a) Yes b) No 37. Knowing about different cultures is important. a) Important b) Not important c) Doesn’t matter 38. Learning a foreign language like English is important. a) Important b) Not important c) Doesn’t matter 39. Learning the culture and language together can help me remember the language better. a) It’s helpful b) It’s not helpful c) Doesn’t matter 40. I have discreetly watch other foreigners in public to see what’s similar and what’s different between their culture and mine. a) I have done this before b) I haven’t done this before, but I’d like to c) I haven’t done this before and I don’t want to try 41. I have been to a grocery store that sells foreign products. (ie. Wal-mart, Carrefour) A) I’ve gone before b) I’ve never been before 42. I have been to grocery stores that sell mostly foreign products. (ie., Metro, Sams, Arab store A) I’ve gone before b) I’ve never been before 43. I have eaten at a restaurant that serves ethnically different food. a) I have tried it before b) I’ve never tried it before 44. I have visited an exhibition in an art museum that displayed works from abroad. a) I have visited b) I have not visited 45. I like to watch Western movies and TV series (eg. Marvel, Peppa Pig, Disney, etc) a) I like to b) I don’t like to c) I’ve never seen them, but would like to d) I don’t know 46. My family watches Western movies and TV series too a) They like to b) They don’t like to. c) They’ve never seen them d) I don’t know 47. I like to watch foreign movies and TV series from other countries around the world besides Western (eg. Japanese anime, Bollywood, Thailand dramas, etc) a) I like to b) I don’t like to c) I’ve never seen them, but would like to d) I don’t know 48. My family watches foreign movies and TV series from other countries besides the West (Japanese anime, Bollywood, Thailand dramas, etc) They like to b) They don’t like to. c) They’ve never seen them d) I don’t know 49. I like to read foreign novels and comic series (Japanese, Korean, Marvel, etc) a) I like to b) I don’t like to c) I’ve never read them, but I’d like to d) I’ve never read them and wouldn’t like to 50. My family encourages me to talk to foreigners a) They encourage it b) They have never encourage me before C) They don’t allow me to 51. My family encourages me to learn other cultures a) They encourage it b) They have never encourage me before C) They don’t allow me to 52. My family encourages me to learn English well They encourage it b) They have never encourage me before C) They are indifferent about it 53. My family wants me to go abroad in the future A) They want me to. B) They don’t want me to c) I’m not sure 54. My family encourages me play with foreign children a) They encourage it b) They have never encourage me before C) They don’t allow me to 55. My family likes foreigners and their culture A) They like it b) They don’t like it c) I’m not sure 56 My family has been abroad before a) Yes b) No 57. My family likes to learn and experience foreign culture A) They like it b) They don’t like it c) I’m not sure 58. My family encourages me to try foreign cuisine (Does NOT include fast food!) a) They encourage it b) They have never encourage me before C) They don’t allow me to 59. I like to eat foreign cuisine (Does NOT include fast food!) a) They encourage it b) They have never encourage me before C) They don’t allow me to Assessment Scenarios 60) One day, you are at the supermarket with your parents and you see a family from Russia with two girls. Many people are staring at them. I: a. Only look at them for a moment. b. I stare at them too. Everyone else is, c. Don’t look at them at all. d. Don’t think they are interesting. e. Feel afraid. 61) A new family moves in next door to you from Australia. They have a child the same age as you. When he/she sees you, he/she walks over, smiles, and extends his/her hand. I: A. Look and say hello b. Use my right hand to shake his/her and make eye contact c. Use my right or left hand to shake his/her hand, both are ok, and say hello d. Ask Mom/Dad if it’s ok to make contact e. Afraid to speak because my English isn’t good. 62) One day you are outside with your parents and you are waiting in line. You are standing near a family from Nigeria with a little girl who has long braids. An auntie standing behind them reaches out to touch the girl’s hair. She is behind the girl, and the girl doesn’t know someone is touching her. I feel: a. It’s ok because the girl doesn’t know. b. Touching her hair may be impolite. c. The auntie should have asked to touch her hair first. d. I don’t know her so it doesn’t matter. 63) It is summer in Wuhan, and the temperature is 38 degrees. You see several women from Oman wearing headscarves waiting at a bus stop. You and your family stand close to them as you wait for the bus. I feel: a. Strange and want to stand somewhere else. b. It is too hot for a headscarf, maybe they should take them off. c. I would like to know more about their culture. d. Afraid because I am not used to seeing people from my culture wear headscarves. e. I don’t have any feelings about the women, I just know they are different. 64) One evening you are on the subway with your grandparents. You see a group of foreigners get on. You want to tell your grandparents. a. Point at the foreigners so my grandparents and everyone else on the subway can see them. b. Shout so that my grandparents and everyone else can hear me c. Turn to my grandparents to tell them. d. I don’t tell my grandparents, maybe they will look over and see them for themselves. 65) When I hear music that is not from China, I: a. Listen closely to see if I can understand the words b. Think its interesting and different from China’s music c. Don’t really like it because its too different. d. Just listen,but don’t have much of a feeling towards it e. If it sounds good, I like it 66) You have a classmate from Pakistan that you like to play with. His back has been hurting for a while and the pills he takes don’t seem to work. He doesn’t know about Chinese medicine. You: a. Tell him about Chinese massages and cupping. b. Tell him about Chinese medicine and asks if he’d like to see a Chinese doctor. c. It may be too complicated to tell him about Chinese medicine techniques, so you don’t know how to comfort him. d. Chinese medicine may not be for foreigners, so you don’t recommend it. 67) Your teacher introduces a new female classmate from Mali named Nancy who can speak Chinese to join your class. She is tall, thin, has very dark skin, and seems friendly. One of your classmates raises his hand and says people in Mali eat dirt, that is why her skin is dark. Nancy cries. What do you think? a. Your classmate was just being curious. b. Your classmate was being impolite on purpose. c. The girl is crying because she had her feelings hurt. d. Your classmate should have used different wording for the comment about the girl’s skin tone. e. The girl is crying because she is nervous on her first day at school. 68) Your parents enroll you in a cram school with a foreign teacher from England. The teacher sometimes speaks to the class in Chinese, but cannot speak very well. Some of your classmates mock the teacher’s accent when he speaks in Chinese. What do you think? a. Foreign teachers should study more Chinese. b. My classmates think that the teacher’s accent is interesting. c. We should not mock the teacher’s accent because teachers should be respected. d. My classmates are being impolite to the teacher. 69) Your parents invite your new neighbors, a couple and their three kids from Mexico out to dinner to taste delicious Chinese food. On the table, there are only chopsticks. I: a. Think its amazing that foreigners can use chopsticks too! b. Everyone in China should use chopsticks because we live in China. c. Ask the waiter for spoons because foreigners can’t use chopsticks. d. Ask my parents to use the phone to take a photo of my neighbors using chopsticks. e. Just use my chopsticks and eat. 70) One day, you are playing with another child who is black. You ask where he/she is from, and he/she tells you he/she is from the USA. I think: a. It is not possible because all Black people come from Africa. b. Maybe he/she is a US citizen, but his/her parents are from Africa. c. I believe him. 71) You are with your family go to Zhangjiajie on vacation. In the park, there is a family with a son and daughter from India. A Chinese traveler wants to take a photo with the kids, so she grabs one of their arms, wanting them to stand closer to her. The children are afraid of her and want their parents, who are now angry. What do you think? a. The woman should have asked for permission first. b. It may be rude in their culture to take photos with strangers. c. I want to take a photo with them too so I wait until they stop crying. d. They are in China and should want to take photos with other Chinese people. e. It doesn’t matter because I don’t know them. 72) We have a new foreign teacher at our school. The teacher has brown skin. I would like to know where the teacher is from. How should I ask? a. Are you from India? b. Are you from the Middle East? c. Where are you from? d. I don’t ask. 73) I am outside and see my neighbors, a family from England. What is the best greeting for them? a. Have you eaten? b. Where are you going? c. The weather is great today! d. What are you doing outside? 74) You have been out walking around all day with your family and now its time to go home. You get on the subway. Your feet hurt so you look for a seat and find one next to a foreigner playing on their phone. You: a. Don’t sit. b. Don’t sit there and find a different spot. c. Stand nearby, in case the foreigner gets up. d. Sit. 75) You see a foreign family moving into an apartment on your floor. They have a child the same age as you. You and the child’s eyes meet. You: a. Look at the child. b. Smile and wave. c. Wave and say “Hello!” d. Go over to the child to play. 76) You are outside and a child from Canada wants to play with you, but can only speak English. You: a. Play with the child, using the English you know to communicate. b. Don’t play with the child because you’re afraid your English isn’t good. c. Play with the child, even though I can’t speak English. d. Don’t play with the child, it may be troublesome if we speak different languages 77) Your teacher gives your class a project you must complete with a partner. You have a foreign classmate in your class from Brazil. As students look for partners, you notice your classmate from Brazil is sitting at his desk alone. You: a. Let someone else ask him/her to be partners b. Ask him/her if he wants to be partners. c. Would like to ask him/her, but I’m afraid to d. Have no interest in being partners with him 78) Your teacher gives your class a project you must complete in groups she assigns. The teacher puts a foreign student in your class in your group. The student can speak some Chinese, but he doesn’t participate when your group is discussing the project. You: a. He is bored. b. He may think he is supposed to be silent. c. You wonder if being quiet in a discussion is part of his culture. d. You ask him for his opinion. e. You ask him if he likes what the group is discussing and if he wants to add something. f. He doesn’t want to be part of the project, so he doesn’t talk to every one. g. He doesn’t like the project, so he doesn’t speak.

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