Cultural Diversity

An Asian parent may not emulate the early childhood teacher's practice of praising her son for his accomplishments because:

A)praising the child might bring him bad-luck.
B)the parent believes that absence of criticism is itself an appropriate form of praise.
C)the child does not wish to be singled out.
D)no one has explained to her the positive benefits of this mainstream teaching strategy.
my answer is B do u think im right?

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  1. Your answer is probably the one your teacher expects. However, I strenuously object to this stereotype. Asia is a huge continent with over 50 countries and hundreds of cultures.

  2. thank u... so true

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