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How do we express identity?
Am I Canadian?
I am Canadian!
              EH?

• Francophone and first nations
                Identity
• Where does an individual’s identity
  come from?
             Traditions
• How would you define traditions?
Traditions
               traditions
   • Do you have family traditions that you
  would be willing to share with the class?
• A festive dance, a costume you would
  wear to class, a food that is unique to
  your cultural background, a family
  story?
    Figure this message out
• Pig Latin was a common strategy used
  by kids to confuse adults.
• Eway ovelay otay alktay inway
  irclescay osay atthay adultsway
• on'tday owknay atwhay eway areway
  ayingsay. Can you translate this
  simple message
     language spoken by their
 parents. Do you speak another
  language fluently, enough to
      understand, a bit? How
important is it to be able to speak
   the native language of your
    parents or grandparents in
             Alberta?
             Languages
• Why are languages very important to a
  nation’s and individuals identity.
• Using the following cartoon, identify
  ways that Languages both help and
  hinder individual and group identity?
• Are there effects of globalization
  present or implied in the cartoon? List
  up to 5 that you can identify.
language
               Religion
• What role does religion play in an
  individual’s sense of identity?
religion
Religion continued
Religion continued
             Spirituality
• What do you think spirituality means?
  With a partner attempt to write a
  definition without looking it up.
spirituality
spirituality
                The Arts
• It is possible to show aspects of identity
  , self and group, through art. What
  elements of your identity would you
  place in an art project on identity?
The arts
                Attire
• Does how you dress reveal things about
  your identity? How much of your
  personal identity revolves around how
  you dress and present yourself?
• Based on your clothing today, describe
  what a stranger might say about your
  personal identity.
attire
                 attire
• Would students in different parts of the
  country have different views of what is
  appropriate dress for school, the beach,
  a wedding, a party?
• How would your attire change?
Attire continued
              Uniforms?
• Should schools have a dress
  code/uniform?

• Be it resolved that “ … high school
  should adopt a school uniform for all
  students”
Relationship to the land
     Relationship to the land
• Tammy is also a
  Papillion. She
  models for AMA as
  “Snuffy”
• Is her identity and
  relationship with the
  land different to
  Missy’s? Does the
  second slide help
  you understand her
  different
  perspective?
        The land and you
• List 5 things you think about the land
  you live in? Beautiful mountains, cold
  and snowy, a modern city, a lake cabin.
  How much would you do to preserve the
  land? List 2 actions you currently take
  or would take to keep our country safe
  and whole.
           Role modeling
• What’s your excuse?
• The next slide should cause you to think
  about yourself and your own identity.
• Don’t write anything down, just think.
  Have you played both roles?
Role modeling
Music, Music , Music
      Music, Music , Music
• Is music and music taste part of your
  personal identity?
• How would you describe someone who
  liked the following song?
• After you have scorned them, could you
  sing like that?
                Identity
• Identity for you is a complex and
  constantly changing area. A nation
  faces the same challenges, just different
  locations and focuses.
• List 5 areas that could be considered
  part of a nation’s identity.
• Which one is the most important?
  Explain
 Written response assignment
• Review your notes. You have listed a
  number of things about a number of ideas.
• Write a paragraph in which you explain what
  your identity is, or recognizes the many
  identities you assume during the day and
  week. Does your identity change from place
  to place, event to event? If so, try to explain
  one example of this.
         Mini marking rubric
• 5    8 of 10 elements of identity recognized
  with a brief example to explain.
• 4 6 of 10 elements of identity recognized
  with a brief example to explain.
• 3. 4 of 10 elements…
• 2. 3 of 10 elements…
• 1. 2 or fewer elements…
           Transfer Task
• Create a museum display with
  examples from each of the 9 areas of
  identity studied showing the effects of
  globalization upon Canadian Youth in
  the early 21st Century and assessing
  the overall impact of globalization on
  identity.

				
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