Personal (cultural, linguistic) identities affect how students understand the cultures associated with the language they study. Help students reflect upon their own identities with this free activity packet. This product is part of the Teach for Justice initiative. All activities are in Spanish.
- Teaching suggestions and a sample lesson plan
- Three pages of graphic organizers for students to identify elements of their identities
- Two pages of reflection questions (personal reflection of class/ small group discussion) to help students make connections to their understanding of Spanish-speaking cultures
- Short readings (2 pages) featuring survey responses from individuals from Mexico, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, and Peru about how personal identities relate to perceptions and privilege in their countries
Your download includes full-color and printing-conscious black-and-white PDFs as well as links to digital versions hosted on Google Slides. The digital versions include tools for students to digitally annotate readings and complete the activities directly on the documents- perfect for distance of hybrid learning!
I hope that this freebie will be helpful to you and your students in sparking conversations about complex and critically important topics.
If you like this product, please check out my full Teach for Justice product. It features much more extensive readings that represent a range of perspectives from Mexico, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, and Peru.