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What is Personal identity?

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Kate Lord

on 21 August 2015

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Transcript of What is Personal identity?

Definition of Person Identity
The concept you develop about yourself that evolves over the course of your life. This may include aspects of your life that you have no control over, such as where you grew up or the color of your skin, as well as choices you make in life, such as how you spend your time and what you believe. You demonstrate portions of your personal identity outwardly through what you wear and how you interact with other people. You may also keep some elements your of personal identity to yourself, even when these parts of yourself are very important.
How can you express you personal identity?
What aspects of personal identity might people keep to themselves?
There may be parts of a persons identity such as feelings, thoughts, or experiences that one prefers to keep to themselves. Just because it is not something you share with the world doesn't mean its not an important part of what makes you, you!
Take a minute and think of something you keep to yourself that shapes who you are as a person
How can we be respectful of each other's unique personal identities?
listening to one another
What are elements you can think of that make up your personal identity?
What is Personal identity?
Body Language
Can you think of any others?
not making fun
including everyone
asking questions
letting everyone make their own choices
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