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   * [[https://lifelearner.net/category/culture/|Exploring Culture: participant observation for deeper understanding]] > recommended by Beth E. "It is a catalog of cross-cultural adjustment self-directed activities that students can click on and go through on their own. There is also a section for coaches to think about how to use the activities with their language students". From the website: "These guided discovery activities for language and culture learners are based on work done by Herb Purnell, Ph. D. (professor emeritus of applied linguistics and TESOL, Biola University) and adapted by Jean Sodemann, M. A. (International Language Learning Consultant, ret., TEAM) in consultation "with the Centre for Lifelong Learning."   * [[https://lifelearner.net/category/culture/|Exploring Culture: participant observation for deeper understanding]] > recommended by Beth E. "It is a catalog of cross-cultural adjustment self-directed activities that students can click on and go through on their own. There is also a section for coaches to think about how to use the activities with their language students". From the website: "These guided discovery activities for language and culture learners are based on work done by Herb Purnell, Ph. D. (professor emeritus of applied linguistics and TESOL, Biola University) and adapted by Jean Sodemann, M. A. (International Language Learning Consultant, ret., TEAM) in consultation "with the Centre for Lifelong Learning."
   * {{:cross_cultural_adjustment_learning_activity.docx|Cross-cultural Adjustment learning activity}}   * {{:cross_cultural_adjustment_learning_activity.docx|Cross-cultural Adjustment learning activity}}
-   * {{:report_-_cultural_observations_and_learning.doc|Cultural Progress Report}}  > used by SEND Spain+  * {{:report_-_cultural_observations_and_learning.doc|Cultural Progress Report}}  > used by SEND Spain
  
 ==== Cultural Resources Used For MOP Online ==== ==== Cultural Resources Used For MOP Online ====
  
-  * Defining Worldview & Culture. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaOgr71gmTE|What is Worldview]] > a short video clip +  * {{:understanding_culture.pdf|Understanding Culture}}  by Lloyd EKwast 
-  * [[http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0830823093/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=suw-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399349&creativeASIN=0830823093|Cross-Cultural Connections: Stepping Out and Fitting In Around the World]] by Duane Elmer+  * [[https://culturalq.com/products-services/assessments/cqselfassessments/|The Cultural Intelligence Assessment]] > a self-assessment that measures an individual’s capabilities to work and relate effectively with people from different nationalities, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds 
-  * [[https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/135997|The Messenger, The Message, and the Community]]” by Roland Muller +  * [[https://www.amazon.com/Leading-Cultural-Intelligence-Secret-Success-ebook/dp/B00TRF2R50/ref=sr_1_1?crid=218VTNZXYWDW4&dchild=1&keywords=leading+with+cultural+intelligence&qid=1588385418&sprefix=leading+with+cultural,aps,343&sr=8-1|Leading With Cultural Intelligence]] by David ALivermore, Chapter 5 
-  * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r89-QVkq8_8|Honor & Shame 101]] > a video clip explaining honor- and shame-based worldviews+  * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CW7aWKXB5J4|Cultural Dimension: Me or We]] > video clip 
 +  * Gary Ridley's SEND U blog series on the ten cultural value orientations of Cultural Intelligence, [[https://sendublog.com/2020/04/14/cq-identity-related-cultural-value-orientations/|Part 1]] and [[https://sendublog.com/2020/04/28/cq-communication-decision-making-value-orientations/|Part 2]]
  
 ==== Guided Discovery Program (GDP) ==== ==== Guided Discovery Program (GDP) ====
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   - [[:dressed_to_serve_public_appearance|Dressed to Serve (Public Appearance)]]   - [[:dressed_to_serve_public_appearance|Dressed to Serve (Public Appearance)]]
   - {{:4_ticket_to_ride.docx|Ticket to Ride (Transportation)}}   - {{:4_ticket_to_ride.docx|Ticket to Ride (Transportation)}}
-   - {{:5_entertainment_restaurants.docx|Night on the Town (Entertainment)}} +  - {{:5_entertainment_restaurants.docx|Night on the Town (Entertainment)}} 
-   - {{:6_you_are_what_you_eat.doc|You are what you Eat (Food)}} +  - {{:6_you_are_what_you_eat.doc|You are what you Eat (Food)}} 
-   - {{:7_beliefs_and_traditions.docx|Beliefs and Traditions (Religion)}} +  - {{:7_beliefs_and_traditions.docx|Beliefs and Traditions (Religion)}} 
-   - {{:learning_about_learning.docx|Learning about Learning (Education)}} +  - {{:learning_about_learning.docx|Learning about Learning (Education)}} 
-   - {{:lets_celebrate_copy.doc|Let's Celebrate! (Holidays)}} +  - {{:lets_celebrate_copy.doc|Let's Celebrate! (Holidays)}} 
-   - {{:10_be_our_guest.docx|Be our Guest (Hospitality)}} +  - {{:10_be_our_guest.docx|Be our Guest (Hospitality)}} 
-   - {{:thats_ancient_history.docx|Ancient History}} +  - {{:thats_ancient_history.docx|Ancient History}} 
-   - {{:hi_ho_its_off_to_work.doc|Hi-Ho (Work and Jobs)}} +  - {{:hi_ho_its_off_to_work.doc|Hi-Ho (Work and Jobs)}} 
-   - {{:show_me_the_money.doc|Show me the Money}} +  - {{:show_me_the_money.doc|Show me the Money}} 
-   - {{:14_mind_the_gap.docx|Mind the Gap (Generations)}} +  - {{:14_mind_the_gap.docx|Mind the Gap (Generations)}} 
-   - {{:15_-_we_are_family.docx|We are Family}} +  - {{:15_-_we_are_family.docx|We are Family}} 
-   - {{:16_outside_the_city_limits.docx|Outside the City Limits (Village Life)}} +  - {{:16_outside_the_city_limits.docx|Outside the City Limits (Village Life)}} 
-   - {{:17_are_you_current.docx|Are you Current? (Current Events)|}} +  - {{:17_are_you_current.docx|Are you Current? (Current Events)|}} 
-   - {{:18_what_do_you_think_of_me.doc|What do you think of me? (Perceptions)}} +  - {{:18_what_do_you_think_of_me.doc|What do you think of me? (Perceptions)}} 
-   - {{:19_may_the_force_be_with_you.doc|May the Force Be With You (Common Cultural Knowledge)}} +  - {{:19_may_the_force_be_with_you.doc|May the Force Be With You (Common Cultural Knowledge)}} 
-   - [[:gdp_facilitator_guide|Facilitator Guide]]+  - [[:gdp_facilitator_guide|Facilitator Guide]]
  
 ===== Understanding Culture & Personal Cultural Values ===== ===== Understanding Culture & Personal Cultural Values =====
  
-  * [[https://grow2serve.net/pluginfile.php/12171/mod_assign/intro/Week_1_MOP/Kwast_article.pdf|Understanding Culture]] by Lloyd EKwast +==== Cultural Intelligence ==== 
-  * [[https://smile.amazon.com/Misreading-Scripture-Western-Eyes-Understand/dp/0830837825/|Misreading Scripture with Western Eyes]] by ERandolph RichardsThose who grew up in the west are quite often unaware that those in different cultures don't approach the Bible with the same assumptions that we doThis doesn't necessarily make us (or them) wrongbut it can lead to problems in communicating effectively. Since the Bible wasn't written from a Western perspective, it can hamper our own understanding of Scripture as well+ 
-  * [[https://www.amazon.com/Communicating-Across-Cultures-Stella-Ting-Toomey/dp/1572304456|Communicating Across Cultures]] by Stella Ting-Toomey+  * [[https://culturalq.com/|Cultural Intelligence Center]] founded and led by [[http://davidlivermore.com/blog/bio/|Dr. David Livermore]], a graduate from Cornerstone University (BA and MTS) and Michigan State University (Ph.D). Former associate professor at Cornerstone University and director of the intercultural studies department. The CQ Assessment is currently being used in MOP. 
 +  * What is cultural intelligence? 
 +      * From the FAQ section of the CQ Center: "There are more than 300 models of cultural competence with dozens of corresponding inventories. Most of these models are not based on a coherent theoretical model, and as a result, many of them mix together attitudes, personality traits (stable), values, experience, and capabilities (learned skills). Cultural intelligence, or CQ, is** the capability to function effectively in culturally diverse situations**. It is based on Sternberg & Detterman’s multiple loci theory of intelligence. CQ focuses specifically on learned skills that are critical for functioning effectively in culturally diverse environments. Skills, unlike values and personality, can be developed and improved through education, training, and experience." 
 +  * [[https://amzn.to/2VZJK7q|Leading with Cultural Intelligence]]: The Real Secret to Success by David LivermoreLivermore presents the 4 characteristics of cultural intelligence: 
 +      * **CQ Drive**: your motivation to learn and adapt cross-culturally 
 +      * **CQ Knowledge**: your knowledge and understanding of how cultures differ from one anotherThis section mirrors the information found in the "[[http://amzn.to/2Wdgx5L|Customs of the World]]" world. 
 +      * **CQ Strategy**: your ability to use your cultural understanding to develop plans on how to effectively function in cross-cultural situationsand to revise your strategies based on what you are learning in the situation. 
 +      * **CQ Action**: your understanding of when and how to adapt your behavior for different cultural situations. 
 +==== CQ Cultural Values ==== 
 + 
 +  * {{:summary_of_the_10_cultural_value_orientations_in_the_cq_assessment.docx|A summary of the 10 culture values}}  in the CQ assessment, put together by Dr. Gary Ridley. 
 +  * Blog posts by SEND U on the CQ cultural values 
 +      * [[https://sendublog.com/2020/05/04/cultural-values-about-time-and-planning/|Cultural Values About Time and Planning]] 
 +      * [[https://sendublog.com/2020/04/28/cq-communication-decision-making-value-orientations/|CQ Communication and Decision-making Cultural Value Orientations]] 
 +      * [[https://sendublog.com/2020/04/14/cq-identity-related-cultural-value-orientations/|CQ Identify-Related Cultural Value Orientations]] 
 +      * [[https://sendublog.com/2019/04/04/multi-tasking-is-a-cultural-trait/|Multi-tasking is a cultural trait]]
   * [[https://amzn.to/2Wdgx5L|Customs of the World: Using Cultural Intelligence to Adapt, Wherever You Are]]. One of "The Great Courses" taught by Dr. David Livermore of the Cultural Intelligence Center and available as an audiobook on Audible. Recommended by Ken G.   * [[https://amzn.to/2Wdgx5L|Customs of the World: Using Cultural Intelligence to Adapt, Wherever You Are]]. One of "The Great Courses" taught by Dr. David Livermore of the Cultural Intelligence Center and available as an audiobook on Audible. Recommended by Ken G.
       * See Ken's [[https://sendublog.com/2019/04/04/multi-tasking-is-a-cultural-trait/|blog post on monochronic vs polychronic cultures]] on the SEND U blog.       * See Ken's [[https://sendublog.com/2019/04/04/multi-tasking-is-a-cultural-trait/|blog post on monochronic vs polychronic cultures]] on the SEND U blog.
-      * The course presents **[[secure:cq_cultural_values|10 different dimensions of culture]]:**+      * The course presents **[[:secure:cq_cultural_values|10 different dimensions of culture]]:**<WRAP right round safety 40%> \\ In the CQ Assessment, short-term vs long-term orientation replaces the tight vs loose category. \\ </WRAP>
         - Identity (individualist vs. collectivist)         - Identity (individualist vs. collectivist)
         - Authority (low vs. high power distance)         - Authority (low vs. high power distance)
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         - Arab Cultures         - Arab Cultures
  
-==== Cultural Intelligence ====+==== General Resources on cultural values ==== 
 + 
 +  * [[https://grow2serve.net/pluginfile.php/12171/mod_assign/intro/Week_1_MOP/Kwast_article.pdf|Understanding Culture]] by Lloyd E. Kwast 
 +  * [[https://smile.amazon.com/Misreading-Scripture-Western-Eyes-Understand/dp/0830837825/|Misreading Scripture with Western Eyes]] by E. Randolph Richards. Those who grew up in the west are quite often unaware that those in different cultures don't approach the Bible with the same assumptions that we do. This doesn't necessarily make us (or them) wrong, but it can lead to problems in communicating effectively. Since the Bible wasn't written from a Western perspective, it can hamper our own understanding of Scripture as well. 
 +  * [[https://www.amazon.com/Communicating-Across-Cultures-Stella-Ting-Toomey/dp/1572304456|Communicating Across Cultures]] by Stella Ting-Toomey
  
-  * [[https://culturalq.com/|Cultural Intelligence Center]] founded and led by [[http://davidlivermore.com/blog/bio/|Dr. David Livermore]], a graduate from Cornerstone University (BA and MTS) and Michigan State University (Ph.D). Former associate professor at Cornerstone University and director of the intercultural studies department 
-  * What is cultural intelligence? 
-      * From the FAQ section of the CQ Center: "There are more than 300 models of cultural competence with dozens of corresponding inventories. Most of these models are not based on a coherent theoretical model, and as a result, many of them mix together attitudes, personality traits (stable), values, experience, and capabilities (learned skills). Cultural intelligence, or CQ, is** the capability to function effectively in culturally diverse situations**. It is based on Sternberg & Detterman’s multiple loci theory of intelligence. CQ focuses specifically on learned skills that are critical for functioning effectively in culturally diverse environments. Skills, unlike values and personality, can be developed and improved through education, training, and experience." 
-  * [[https://amzn.to/2VZJK7q|Leading with Cultural Intelligence]]: The Real Secret to Success by David Livermore. Livermore presents the 4 characteristics of cultural intelligence: 
-      * **CQ Drive**: your motivation to learn and adapt cross-culturally 
-      * **CQ Knowledge**: your knowledge and understanding of how cultures differ from one another. This section mirrors the information found in the "[[http://amzn.to/2Wdgx5L|Customs of the World]]" world. 
-      * **CQ Strategy**: your ability to use your cultural understanding to develop plans on how to effectively function in cross-cultural situations, and to revise your strategies based on what you are learning in the situation. 
-      * **CQ Action**: your understanding of when and how to adapt your behavior for different cultural situations. 
 ===== Ministering Cross-culturally ===== ===== Ministering Cross-culturally =====
  
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   * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPfB6GIjM9Q|Culture Stress]] > a video clip of a presentation given by Dan Fishel to incoming International Students at the Columbia Business School. This video shows how cultural differences can result in stress. It is also interesting to hear a foreigner's perception of American culture. And find [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H82IFq0HbTQ|Part 2]] here.   * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPfB6GIjM9Q|Culture Stress]] > a video clip of a presentation given by Dan Fishel to incoming International Students at the Columbia Business School. This video shows how cultural differences can result in stress. It is also interesting to hear a foreigner's perception of American culture. And find [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H82IFq0HbTQ|Part 2]] here.
-  * [[http://www.missionarycare.com/culture-stress.html|What Missionaries out to Know About Culture Stress]] > by Ronald L. Koteskey+  * [[http://www.missionarycare.com/culture-stress.html|What Missionaries ought to Know About Culture Stress]] > by Ronald L. Koteskey
   * [[https://www.heartstreamresources.org/product-page/am-i-still-me-challenges-to-identity|Am I still Me?]] > by Lois Dodds., discussing how the stresses that are created by a cross-cultural move often result in a deep identity crisis.   * [[https://www.heartstreamresources.org/product-page/am-i-still-me-challenges-to-identity|Am I still Me?]] > by Lois Dodds., discussing how the stresses that are created by a cross-cultural move often result in a deep identity crisis.
  
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   *  [[https://culturalq.com/products-services/assessments/|Cultural Intelligence Center Assessments]]   *  [[https://culturalq.com/products-services/assessments/|Cultural Intelligence Center Assessments]]
       * CQ Assessment > measures an individual's capacity to work and relate effectively with people from different nationalities, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds. This assessment measures your motivation (drive), knowledge, ability to strategize and ability to adapt. See cultural intelligence [[:cultural_adaptation#cultural_intelligence|above]].       * CQ Assessment > measures an individual's capacity to work and relate effectively with people from different nationalities, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds. This assessment measures your motivation (drive), knowledge, ability to strategize and ability to adapt. See cultural intelligence [[:cultural_adaptation#cultural_intelligence|above]].
-      * Cultural Values Profile > measures individual preferences that influence approaches to life, school, and work+      * [[:secure:cq_cultural_values|Cultural Values Profile]] > measures individual preferences that influence approaches to life, school, and work. See Gary Ridley's {{:summary_of_the_10_cultural_value_orientations_in_the_cq_assessment.docx|summary of these 10 cultural value orientations}}.
       * SEND is registered as a faith-based organization and so can purchase the assessments for people in ministry. Please contact [[kguenther@send.org|Ken Guenther]] for more information.       * SEND is registered as a faith-based organization and so can purchase the assessments for people in ministry. Please contact [[kguenther@send.org|Ken Guenther]] for more information.
   * [[https://cernysmith.com/assessments/|CernySmith Assessments]] (CSA) are online assessments that measure stress in 5 major areas: Organizational, Cross-Cultural, Relational, Personal, and Behavioral as it relates to the adjustment and well being of people living and working cross-culturally. Dave & JoAnn Loewen in the US Office administer this assessment to SEND missionaries.   * [[https://cernysmith.com/assessments/|CernySmith Assessments]] (CSA) are online assessments that measure stress in 5 major areas: Organizational, Cross-Cultural, Relational, Personal, and Behavioral as it relates to the adjustment and well being of people living and working cross-culturally. Dave & JoAnn Loewen in the US Office administer this assessment to SEND missionaries.
   * [[http://idiinventory.com|IDI]] This is an intercultural development inventory widely used by profit and not-for-profit organizations worldwide. SEND does not presently use this program.   * [[http://idiinventory.com|IDI]] This is an intercultural development inventory widely used by profit and not-for-profit organizations worldwide. SEND does not presently use this program.
-  * IES - [[https://www.kozaigroup.com/intercultural-effectiveness-scale-ies/|Intercultural Effectiveness Scale]] > currently being used in MOP. 
   * {{:1_core_cultural_values_and_culture_mapping.pdf|Core Cultural Values and Culture Mapping}}. This is a quick self-assessment to understand your own core values. Used by SEND Russia.   * {{:1_core_cultural_values_and_culture_mapping.pdf|Core Cultural Values and Culture Mapping}}. This is a quick self-assessment to understand your own core values. Used by SEND Russia.
  
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