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Quiz in Social Dimension of Education Name: _________________________________________________ Score: _______________ Course/Year & Section: ___________________________ Date: ________________________ Test

I True or False Directions: Read each statement below carefully. Place a T on the line if you think a statement is TRUE. Place an F on the line if you think the statement is FALSE. (No Erasures. 2 points each) _______ 1. The system of verbal and, in many cases written symbols with rules about how those can be strung together to convey more complex meanings is called Language. _______ 2. Phonology is the system of words that a particular languages basic unit of sounds or phonemes. _______ 3. Grammar refers to the structure of language through its morphology and syntax. _______ 4. Culture refers to the attitudes, values, customs, and behavior patterns that characterize a social group. _______ 5. Pragmatics is concerned rules for the use of inappropriate language particular context. _______ 6. If culture can affect the structure and content of its language, then it follows that cultural diversity derives in part from linguistic diversity. _______ 7. The storehouse where we accumulate representations, information, facts, assumptions, etc. is called Knowledge. _______ 8. Cultural relativism is a philosophical approach which posits that all cultures are of equal value and need to be studied in a neutral point of view. _______ 9. Ideas are mental representations used to organize stimulus. _______ 10. The process of learning some new traits from another culture is called Enculturation. Test II Identification Directions: Identify what is being described in the following questions and write the answer on the space provided.

______________ 1. This is an abstract system of word meaning and symbols for all aspects of culture. ______________ 2. The language if gestures, expressions and postures. ______________ 3. This is the study of word meanings and combinations. ______________ 4. This is the learned norms, values, knowledge, artifacts, language and symbols that are constantly communicated among people who share a common way of life. ______________ 5. These are rules and expectations by society guides the behavior of its members. ______________ 6. These are customary behavior patterns or folkways which have taken a moralistic value. ______________ 7. Anything that carries a particular meaning recognized by people who share culture is called ___________. ______________ 8. A linguist that acknowledged the close relationship between language and culture. ______________ 9. These are behavior patterns of society which are organized and repetitive. ______________ 10. A key methodological concept which is universally accepted within the discipline is called __________. Test III Enumeration 1-4. Components of Culture 5-8. Four Areas of Study of Language 9-10. Two Types of Communication 11-15. Characteristics of Culture 16-18. Three ways how Culture is transmitted 19-20.Types of Norms