Searle and Ward (1990)
1. Making friends with people in the U. S. A.
2. Getting used to local food.
3. Following rules
4. Interacting with teachers.
5. Going to food stalls or restaurants
6. Getting used to using the public transport buses.
7. Getting used to the climate in USA
8. Making yourself understood.
9. Getting used to living in USA.
10. Going shopping
11. Dealing with someone who you do not like
13. Getting used to the kind of houses here.
14. Dealing with people staring at you.
16. Talking about yourself and your feelings.
17. Praying in the way you used to
This instrument can be found on pages 93-94 of “In Moving to a New Country: Children and Adolescent’s Adaptation”‚ available online at: http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/etd-44915251972550/unrestricted/etd.pdf
1 = No difficulty‚ 2 = Slight difficulty‚ 3 = Moderate difficulty‚ 4 = Great difficulty‚ 5 = Extreme difficulty