Project II: Cultural Immersion Visits (10 Google Slides)
I. The Overview.
Developing empathy requires a deeper immersion into other cultures. Each student will choose a culture that they are not a part of. The group will decide what they want to know more about the culture, specifically focusing on unique practices or issues that they do not practice or that seem to be different from their own practices. Students will approach these cultures with open minds and respectful viewpoints. Use the cultural theoretical frames studied from the text (chapter 6 & 7 and other materials) to analyze the cultural practices that will be observed. At the end, share your experience to the class in order to increase cultural competency.
Establish the cultural interest (could be an issue, a curiosity, a difference) that you want to observe/interview. One Page. Use these questions as your guide:
What is the research reason that you chose this culture? or What makes this culture different from yours? Why are you interested in it? (Since we know that there are five cultural elements that overlap in practice, you may want to focus on something so different from your own to explore and know more about).
* What is the issue you are researching on?
You will also provide information on when you are scheduling your visits (interviews) and how you will access this culture?
a. When are you going to visit? You can also conduct interviews through zoom or find content from reputable documentaries.
b. Who will be your cultural ally? (You can send an email introduction, call or do a pre-visit to ask if there is anyone who might be able to help you with scheduling a time to observe, witness or participate in an event. Check the local Midweek, newspapers and other social media outlets for cultural events that you might be able to visit. Recurrent events occurring in churches, restaurants, museums. art galleries are easy and open to the public.)
II. First Set Slides 1-3 . Content or Theoretical Frames: Goal, Schedule and Cultural Ally;Cultural Patterns/Differences.
Visit a culture that you are not a part of. Observe, participate, interview and write your objective observations. Include your biases in your reflections.
*Include date, time and place.
III. Second Set (Slides 4-8). Five Elements of Culture. Present good examples for each similar to your Project 1. Analyze using cultural patterns, differences or competencies.
III. Writing it all up to include 9th and 10th Slides. Final Submission . (10 to 12 Slides on Google Slides of Powerpoint)
Compose # 1 & 2 into a Final Visual and Text Essay with pictures and text. Compose your google slides based on the following:
I. Overview Why did I choose this culture.
II. Cultural Ally and Schedule of Visits
III. Theoretical Frame. Use textbook concepts and review and include data different studies, write ups, blogs or documentaries to determine the importance of your study. Use at least 3.
IV-VIII. Five Elements. (Discuss the practices of this culture based on the 5 elements of culture that we learned throughout the semester. Our textbook is your primary resource). For language, include and define 10 words or phrases that are often used in this culture in the context of the specific goal you are exploring.
IX. What did I Learn (refer to Slide 1& 3)that I can share with others? Include Pictures (Pictures can also be inserted according to the cultural element it may belong to.)
X. What did I Learn that I can share with others? How did this enhance cultural competence? Apply at least 3 concepts. What you learned that might help other people who do not belong to this culture avoid cultural conflict. (Refer to current issues of our multicultural societies using cultural patterns, differences and competencies in your 9th and 10th pages.)
KEY TAKE AWAYS
Korean tradition of bowing even when they are angry with an older person. If this is about politics or family, focus on the behavior and the context: when, where and what happens and why is this worth the research you need to go into. Can you fulfill the requirements of the value it will give to your audience? This means, ask how would culture and its practice, be misunderstood? Why is it important to understand this?
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