# Click to read a passage from "An Indian Father's Plea" by Medicine Grizzlybear Lake. Then answer the question. Which phrase from the passage best supports Lake's claim that his son has math skills? O A. taught by our traditional people O B. culturally disadvantaged" O c. many months there are in a year O D. in ceremonial healing SUBMIT

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## Solution 1

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Explanation:

The story of "An Indian Father's Plea" is a letter of an Indian father to his son's teacher. The letter asks the teacher to reconsider a student's skill according to a student's cultural background and not merely through his capability to adjust with the modern way of education.

Obviously, the father in the letter was protecting his 5-year-old son who was considered by the teacher as a "slow learner."

Part of the passage supports the father's claim that his son has math skills. His son's mathematical skill was shaped by being taught by the traditional people in his area. For example, he was taught to count by using sticks. He learned how to count by listening to his mother while she was counting the beads whenever she made necklaces and beads. He was also taught to count by his grandmother and aunts whenever they were making native baskets.

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