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Cultural sensitivity in the classroomThere are many cultural sensitivity issues in the classroom that teachers must address to make sure they are delivering language instruction without prejudice, discrimination or bias. One of the major unintentional biases that teachers face is the assumption that when a student does not understand the English language, they must automatically not understand the classroom material being delivered in that language. This understanding can lead to high achieving students being considered lazy, unintelligent and unmotivated. In many non-English speaking cultures, students are brought up with more passive behaviors when interacting with adults. An ESL student may be less willing to approach a teacher for extra help or tutoring. This can lead to a cultural bias and assumptions that non-English speaking students