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unit 2 lesson 3
Transcript of unit 2 lesson 3
Look at the picture on page 1. What do you notice about the photo?
Voice: the way a writer or speaker uses words and tone to express ideas as well as the writer's personality.
Get your Springboard book
Copy down the EQs
Answer the following question in your binder:
In your journal, write one new thing that you learned about cultural identity.
What Is Cultural Identity?
circle words that you don't know
put a "?" if something is confusing or you have a question
put a "!" or underline if you think something is important
take notes in the margins
How do cultural experiences shape, impact, or influence our identity and perception?
What differences in cultural experiences might occur between teenagers growing up in the Bronx/Manhattan as opposed to in the suburbs? (Hint: consider the experiences of each, then compare/contrast)
What is cultural identity?
What are the similarities and differences between the development of a central idea in an academic text versus nonfiction?
1. As we read each text, look for words/phrases that establish one text as academic and the other as informal.
2. Use the annotation techniques discussed in class to analyze the texts and form a concept of cultural identity.
combine your words with your partner's to form a new list of vocabulary words
#1s will write the list, #2s will read it aloud
1. According to the author, what is the difference between cultural heritage and cultural inheritance?
2. Why do you think it is important that we distinguish one from the other?
3. What do you think the author means by referring to culture as dynamic?
informs the reader about the natural or social world
Complete the after reading questions, numbers 4-7, in your book.