Identify yourself/family with respect to race/ethnicity. Be as specific as possible
Identify yourself/family with respect to race/ethnicity. Be as specific as possible (for example Cuban rather than Latino)
2.) Discuss socioeconomic background over time. Discuss personal and parental educational background, job type and neighborhood contexts.
3.) Family immigration history as you know it. Some factors to consider can include when, why and changes to family structure and behavior during and after migration
4.) Discuss the impact of your racial/ethnic identity, immigration history and/or socioeconomic status on your daily life or your development as a person
5.) One tradition, celebration or behavior that relates to your ethnicity and religion or other important aspects of your family.