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My Identity Story

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Jasmin Rocha

on 27 September 2015

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Transcript of My Identity Story

By Jasmin Rocha
My Identity Story
Name: Jasmin Rocha
Born: Wenatchee, WA.
Lived: Wenatchee for 11 years
East Wenatchee 9 years
Family: Vicente, Maria, Andy & Ivan
Vicente Rocha
Born: El Paso, TX
Lived: Durango, Mexico
Language: Spanish
Maria B. Rocha-Ayala
Born: Durango, Mexico
Lived: Yucaipa, CA.
Language: Spanish and English

Both my mother
and father grew up part of their lives
in Mexico, where spanish is the main
language spoken. I consider
myself mexican-american, coming from a
mexican father and mother, and being born in America. Spanish is the first
language I learned to speak, then
English was my second. Over the years, I have become fluent in each language and learned to read and write as well.


* Education - Going to a college/university to further education and
pursue a career
* Technology - Computers, laptops, Cell Phones, I-pods, etc.
* Social Networking - MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Texting, etc.
* Holidays - Christmas, New Years, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Independence Day, etc.
* Foods - Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Steaks, Macaroni and Cheese, etc.
* Music - Pop, Rap, R&B, Rock, etc.
* Sports - Football (Go Seahawks!), Volleyball, Track, Cross Country, etc.
I believe it is important for
every individual to know their
true identity, because that is
what makes each one of us
unique. Just like our fingerprints,
our own identity cannot match an other's. Some of us may share the same ethnicity, class or religion, but not every characteristic.

* Family - Very supportive, stick together,
and united.
* Quinceañeras - celebration
of a girl's 15th birthday and her
transition from childhood to adulthood
* Holidays - Navidad, La Independencia
De México, Cinco De Mayo.
* Foods - Tamales, pozole, enchiladas, tacos, burritos, gorditas, chilaquiles, carne asada, carnitas, mariscos, frijoles, etc.
* Music - Mariachi, Cumbia, Banda, Durangense, Ranchera, etc.
* Sports - Soccer (Fútbol) Played it for 8 years.

Values Grown Up With...
* Respect
* Responsibility
* Honesty
* Appreciation
* Accepting
* Treat others how I want to be treated
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