enculturate


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enculturate

(ɛnˈkʌltʃʊˌreɪt)
vb (intr)
(Peoples) to undergo the process of socialization
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In reviewing MLU's student demographics and program requirements, I found I'd been operating under two wrong impressions: first, that the writing center would need to support junior scholars, helping to enculturate them into disciplines they were yet to enter; second, that the new graduate students would be advanced writers, at least beyond the undergraduate population MLU's writing center already supported.
These outcomes helped enculturate increased vigilance for HAPI prevention among staff.
OU Medicine is committed to uphold, embody, and enculturate OU Medicine's standards of excellence, therefore all team members are held to the EXCEL standards of behavior.
As culture, time and place inevitably enculturated the good news of what God has done in Jesus the Christ, so, too, do they also enculturate every ethical teaching and every reception of that teaching.
88) Goodlad (1994) challenged those preparing teachers to "enculturate [teachers] into the idea that schools must not remain unchanged in a changing society (even though they must offer considerable stability to students now enrolled)" (p.
People don't enculturate or remain enculturated without ongoing participation and communication.
Allan writes of the "reversion to a liberal humanist perspective" that accords with the general aim of children's literature to "foster socio-cultural values in order to enculturate children into the prevailing ways of the society in which they live" (53-54).
Speaking as an African theologian myself, I would give pride of place to the gospel's power to enculturate and transform, not to the African traditions, no matter how lofty their insights.
The intention is to enculturate students in carrying out CL vocabulary learning and communicative writing activities that encompass formal and informal learning settings.
Now, to return to Isaacs: in her book she shows that in spite of all these attempts to enculturate the Tiwi Islanders, the way of life and traditions have been kept alive and saved from extinction by
ASHLAND - Like "My Fair Lady's" Professor Henry Higgins trying to enculturate Eliza Doolittle, each March the Oregon Shakespeare Festival strains to turn me into a proper man of the - ahem - thee-au-tah.
An approach to engage students in constructing scientific theories is to enculturate students in doing science with language, which differs from the mainstream classroom discourse--talking about science.