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THE ABC'S OF LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE

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THE ABC'S OF LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE

    th Final Presentation Due Tuesday, Jan. 24by Midnight

    The ABC’s of Global Culture

    Product: You will produce an ABC PowerPoint of a non-English speaking country. You may choose to work with

    one partner or work individually.

    Timeline: You will have 5 in-class periods to work on this project. You will NEED to work on it outside of class.

    Country Content:

    ; 26 words that represent Cultural Constrains (norms, values, beliefs or material things) to the culture of your

    Non-English Speaking country.

    ; You need at least 2 examples of the following (the other 12 letters can be any combination of definitions)

    ; Folkways

    ; Mores

    ; Laws

    ; Values

    ; Beliefs

    ; Material Things / Material Culture

    ; Sub-Cultural Group / Counter-Cultural Group

    ; For example: B is for baseball.

    ; A 3-5 sentence (1 paragraph) description how your word is a cultural constraint (norms, values, beliefs or

    material things).

    ; For example: Baseball is a Folkway. Baseball is the national past time of the United States. There are

    professional baseball teams such as the Seattle Mariners, which draw large fans from across the nation.

    Semi-professional teams, like the Tacoma Rainiers, prepare players for the major leagues. There are

    also amateur teams, like college teams and recreational teams, which allow many Americans to enjoy the

    game of baseball.

    ; A 3-5 sentence (1 paragraph) description how your word represents a key element of culture (Culture is

    Commonly Shared, Culture is Learned, Culture Is Adaptive, There is a difference between Ideal and Real

    Culture, Culture is Mostly Integrated, Culture is Always Changing)

    ; For example: Baseball is Learned. Most American baseball players learn the sport from an early age from

    parents. Some later advance to specialized instructors. Baseball instruction is a multi-million dollar a year

    industry.

    ; Remember You must have 3 examples of each Key element of your culture

    ; An illustration for each word/description (clip art, hand drawn, downloaded, scanned).

    ABC PowerPoint format:

    ; PowerPoint template is available on the website.

    ; You may not change the order of the slides by you can change their layout

    ; Feel free to add animation, music, video, so long as it works and is not a distraction from the presentation!

    ; All information requested must be present on each slide.

    Presentation:

    ; Presentations will be 3-5 minutes.

    ; You and your partner will give an overview of the culture including the political, economic, social, aesthetic,

    and values/beliefs of the culture.

    ; Share 4-6 Slides from your ABC PowerPoint.

    NO LATE PROJECTS WILL BE ACCEPTED!!!! NO EXCEPTIONS!

    Choose a responsible partner! Be a responsible partner! You must be present on presentation day!

    If you are to be gone - you must make prior arrangements!

    ABC’s of Global Culture PowerPoint Presentation Name: Period:

     5 - Excellent 4 - Consistent 3 - Proficient 2 - Partial 1 - Minimal Total A specific cultural term (norm, A specific cultural term (norm, A specific cultural term (norm, A specific cultural term (norm, A specific cultural term (norm, (X2) = value, belief, material thing or sub value, belief, material thing or value, belief, material thing or value, belief, material thing or value, belief, material thing or sub cultural group) was identified for all sub cultural group) was sub cultural group) was sub cultural group) was cultural group) was identified for of the 26 letters of the alphabet. identified for the majority of identified for most of the 26 identified for some of the 26 few of the 26 letters of the 10 the 26 letters of the alphabet. letters of the alphabet. letters of the alphabet. alphabet.

    Cultural Terms

    All of the selected terms are vividly The majority of the selected Most of the selected terms are Some of the selected terms are Few of the selected terms are (X6) = and clearly described in terms terms are vividly and clearly vividly and clearly described in vividly and clearly described in vividly and clearly described in referencing the vocabulary provided described in terms referencing terms referencing the terms referencing the terms referencing the vocabulary by the note packet. (norm, value, the vocabulary provided by the vocabulary provided by the vocabulary provided by the provided by the note packet. 30belief, material thing or sub cultural note packet. (norm, value, note packet. (norm, value, note packet. (norm, value, (norm, value, belief, material group) belief, material thing or sub belief, material thing or sub belief, material thing or sub thing or sub cultural group) Description cultural group) cultural group) cultural group)

    All of the selected terms are used to The majority of the selected Most of the selected terms are Some of the selected terms are Few of the selected terms are used (X6) = vividly and clearly describe how terms are used to vividly and used to vividly and clearly used to vividly and clearly to vividly and clearly describe each represents one of the key clearly describe how each describe how each represents describe how each represents how each represents one of the elements of culture utilizing the represents one of the key one of the key elements of one of the key elements of key elements of culture utilizing 30vocabulary provided by the note elements of culture utilizing the culture utilizing the vocabulary culture utilizing the vocabulary the vocabulary provided by the packet. (Culture is Commonly vocabulary provided by the provided by the note packet. provided by the note packet. note packet. (Culture is Shared, Culture is Learned, Culture note packet. (Culture is (Culture is Commonly Shared, (Culture is Commonly Shared, Commonly Shared, Culture is Is Adaptive, There is a difference Commonly Shared, Culture is Culture is Learned, Culture Is Culture is Learned, Culture Is Learned, Culture Is Adaptive, between Ideal and Real Culture, Learned, Culture Is Adaptive, Adaptive, There is a difference Adaptive, There is a difference There is a difference between Culture is Mostly Integrated, There is a difference between between Ideal and Real between Ideal and Real Ideal and Real Culture, Culture is Culture is Always Changing) Ideal and Real Culture, Culture Culture, Culture is Mostly Culture, Culture is Mostly Mostly Integrated, Culture is Key Elements of Culture is Mostly Integrated, Culture is Integrated, Culture is Always Integrated, Culture is Always Always Changing)

    Always Changing) Changing) Changing)

    All of the selected terms are The majority of the selected Most of the selected terms are Some of the selected terms are Few of the selected terms are (X2) = represented by a specific picture terms are represented by a represented by a specific represented by a specific represented by a specific picture that describes the cultural trait. specific picture that describes picture that describes the picture that describes the that describes the cultural trait. the cultural trait. cultural trait. cultural trait. Picture 10The Students presentation contains The Students presentation The Students presentation The Students presentation The Students presentation (X4) =

    contains 3 of the following: contains 2 of the following: contains 1 of the following: contains none of the following: all of the following:

    Is roughly 5 minutes in length Is roughly 5 minutes in length Is roughly 5 minutes in length Is roughly 5 minutes in length Is roughly 5 minutes in length 20Easily understandable & readable Easily understandable & Easily understandable & Easily understandable & Easily understandable & readable

    readable readable readable

    6 important terms are presented and 5 important terms are presented 4 important terms are presented 3 important terms are presented 2 important terms are presented related to the overall culture. and related to the overall and related to the overall and related to the overall and related to the overall culture. Presentation culture. culture. culture.

    Demonstrates a general Demonstrates a general Demonstrates a general Demonstrates a general Demonstrates a general understanding of the culture understanding of the culture understanding of the culture understanding of the culture understanding of the culture

    Name: ____________________________ th This Page Due Thurs. Jan. 20Name: ____________________________

    Country: __________________________

    Date: _________________ Period: 5

    ABC’s of Global Culture Checklists

    Key Element of Culture Name of Cultural Constraint Type of Cultural Constraint (Culture is Commonly Shared, Culture is Learned, Culture Is Letter (Folkway, more, law, value, belief, material thing / material culture, Adaptive, There is a difference between Ideal and Real Culture, (Sub or Counter Culture) sub-culture / counter culture) Culture is Mostly Integrated, Culture is Always Changing)

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     B

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     D

     E

     F

     G

     H

     I

     J

     K

     L

     M

     N

     O

     P

     Q

     R

     S

     T

     U

     V

     W

     X

     Y

     Z

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