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Cultural Sensitivity in the ClassroomScene #1: A Parent Meeting Korean Mother: Are there any concerns that you have about Youngsoo's behavior in class? American Teacher: Well…sometimes, when I try to give Youngsoo direction, he doesn't seem to pay attention to what I am saying. As a matter of fact, he looks somewhere else and appears distracted whenever I speak to him directly. Scene #2: Youngsoo's Home Korean Mother: Why do you not pay attention when your teacher talks to you? Youngsoo: Mom, I do pay attention, but you told me not to look at you straight in the eye when you scold me. Korean Mother: So, what do you do when your teacher talks to you? Youngsoo: I look at the floor with my head bowed down. Also, her eyes are really big and blue. I am too scared to look at her eyes. The third scene in this exercise highlighted the mother explaining to the teacher that in Korea, some consider it disrespectful for children to look an adult in the eye and they may even consider individual discussions as “scolding”. The teacher was also able to explain that she may speak to kids