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Proud To Be An American Essential Question: How do people identify themselves as Americans?
What does an American look like? List at least five characteristics of an American 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
In your mind did you picture this?
Salad bowl vs. Melting Pot Which one do you think the United States is and justify your answer.
Melting Pot A place where immigrants of different cultures or races form an integrated society Give up culture, ideas, beliefs Conform to society
Salad Bowl (mosaic) Cultures, beliefs, and ideas are allowed to be practiced.
Population Density Hispanics African Americans Asian
Chapter 1 Section 2 America: A Cultural Mosaic. Objectives Explain what is meant by the American identity. Discuss the contributions of European, Hispanic,
How do immigrant groups shape American identity? 2 different models of integrating.
“Mosaic” or “the Melting Pot”
Immigration “Ignorance is the parent of fear. Fear is the parent of hatred.” - Author Unknown.
Cross-Curricular Learning Project: (Im)migrations Exploring the Topic of Immigration in the United States.
Multi-cultural History Ms. Janning. Unit 1: Who Am I? Essential Question: What is culture and how is it defined? Essential Questions: What is multiculturalism?
Advanced Placement United States Government & Politics.
Comparing/Contrasting Countries This year in social studies we will be learning about different communities around the world. We are going to learn about.
Teaching Diverse Learners Gender! A dimension of multicultural education!
Americanization?. Agenda 1. Bell Ringer: Article Discussion 2. Lecture, Americanization? (15) 3. Commercials and Assimilation Activity (30) 4. Article.
American Things. Pizza – Naples, Italy Hotdog – Germany French Fries – Belgium.
Student Demographics Current Native American1.47%1.11%0.96%0.75%0.60% Asian2.53%1.17%1.02%0.99%1.05% Pacific Islander0.41%0.13%0.20%0.26%0.30%
The American Citizen. Who can be an American Citizen? Anybody born in the U.S. Anybody who goes through the naturalization process If both or one of your.
Homework Current events article due tomorrow. Test on Unit #1 Monday. Review sheet also due on Monday (optional).
Essential Question What role, if any, do Native Americans play in U.S. culture and history?
A Portrait of Americans
Limits on Immigration Mr. Doherty Mrs. T. Why would Americans want to limit immigration? ___________________________.
A Little More About Culture Overt vs. Covert culture Ideal vs. Real culture World view.
concentrate-come close together in one place occupation-the work a person does to earn a living identity-who or what a person, thing, or group.
Outline on Cultural Diversity An Introduction Carolyn R. Fallahi, Ph. D.
What is Identity? Distinctive characteristics belonging to any one person, or shared by all members of a particular society It is what makes us who we.
Chapter 9.1 Introduction to Cultural Diversity by Mrs. Burgstiner, RN EQ: What are some factors that cause each individual to be unique?
What is melting pot?. The melting pot is a metaphor for a heterogeneous society becoming more homogeneous.
1. Demography : The study of the size, growth and distribution of human populations Gathering this information helps us discover who the American people.
Homework: Identify your social group both primary and secondary which best defines you. Then identify your status within society. You must include your.
Nation of Immigrants Part 2 Semester 2, Day 8. Objectives Students will be able to ▫ reason why people immigrate to the United States ▫ analyze primary.
Chapter 9 Inequalities of Race and Ethnicity
Chapter 7 Multiculturalism.
America: A Cultural Mosaic. Explain what is meant by the American Identify Identify the contributions of immigrants to the shaping of the nation.
Immigration: Past and Present Chapter 1.1 Introduction Discussions.
Why do people move? On a piece of paper, write down all the reasons people move.
Chapter 8 Ethnic and Racial Diversity in the United States.
Chapter 1 Quick-write After last night’s reading, think of “melting pot” and “salad bowl/American mosaic”. Define in your own words what each are in.
2010 Fresno and Bakersfield Population City or County Name % change Fresno City428,000500,00016% Fresno County800,000930, % Bakersfield247,000347,00041%
Immigration in the U.S.. I. Waves of Immigration Colonial Immigration: 1600s s “Old” Immigration: “New” Immigration:
The United States is among the most racially and ethnically heterogeneous societies in the world.
Chapter 14 Ethnicity. Chapter Questions What are some of the meanings of ethnicity and how are these used in the world today? What is the nation-state.
Assimilation Here we are in America! We must try to become more American.
Civics Lecture #2 America: A Cultural Mosaic. What is the American Identity American Identity 1.We are a nation of immigrants. people moving from one.
DiversityDiversity TCH 347 Social Studies Methods Shippensburg University Han Liu.
Immigration & Urbanization. The U.S. is known as a “Nation of Immigrants” The U.S. is unique – it is inhabited overwhelmingly by the direct descendants.
Warm-up: In a 7-10 sentence paragraph, answer the following question: How do you think ethnic diversity affect a nation’s culture?
Managing Diversity. What Is Diversity? Although definitions vary, diversity simply refers to human characteristics that make people different from one.
Unit 8 Cultural Diversity
Juniors Semester 2/Unit 3 Assimilation & Cultural Identity.
Managing Employee Diversity. Diversity It describes a wide spectrum differences between people. Groups of individuals share characteristics that distinguish.
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