Understanding Cultural Differences

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Based on NZQA 11907

People credited with this unit standard are able to: identify the origins of, differences between and similarities to, people from cultures different from own; and interact with a person from a culture different to own.

Contents

This unit is used in the following courses

Identify the origins of people from cultures different from own.

  • The origins of two people from cultures different from own are identified in terms of their country of origin.
  • The origins of two people from culture different from own are identified in terms of their culture.

Identify differences between and similarities to people from cultures different from own.

  • Two differences are identified in terms of the culture of people whose culture is different from own.
  • Two similarities are identified in terms of the culture of people whose culture is different from own.

Interact with a person from a culture different to own.

  • Interaction with a person from a culture different to own demonstrates sensitivity to identified differences.
  • Interaction with a person from a culture different to own demonstrates acceptance of similarities.

special notes:

  • This unit standard is designed for people who require some form of support with their learning, either through additional resources, specialised equipment, or adapted teaching programmes.
  • An assessment resource to support this unit standard can be found on the NZQA website at: www.nzqa.govt.nz/for-providers/resources/index.html.
  • Definition:Culture refers to values, knowledge, customary practices, beliefs.
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