Completing the personal cultural survey I was able to identify the way I approach my life through my eyes. Since completing this survey I have seen my worldview through my lens and the way I approach people, and my way of life. Furthermore, I have identified that my numbers were very similar to one another, and that my average score was (4). Thinking upon this I was pondering why my average score was a (4) for everything. Maybe I grade myself too harshly or become too analytical with this test because I am a very detailed person.
There’s various things that describes everyone, but there’s only a few things that make each and every one of us unique, which is, our cultural background. As far as cultural background, it defines the individual’s upbringing. The cultural background includes ones religion, race, gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic factors, linguistic and values. These values can be shaped by family, friends, society, or authoritative level. This paper is a great way for one to define my identity or at least understand who I am.
Numerous studies have been conducted on the need of cultural competency in the profession of speech-language pathology. To ensure correct diagnosis and appropriate services by speech-language pathologist, information and training should be made readily available. This paper examines the availability of culturally and linguistically diverse assessment and intervention information and training for speech-language pathologist.
Farming has been a source of work ever since man has been introduced to the earth, but the past 100 years have been promising in continuing to provide for the needs of the growing population. The people have become more educated, and technology has become much more advanced. The two have come together to boon the land and animals so that they produce to their fullest potential. The people of the world have been influenced to the extent that they work smarter not harder to provide for the growing population. Farming, a crucial necessity to the survival of mankind, has evolved in the area of education of the people which has assisted in the advances of technology, land, and animal production which will lead to the provision of food for the growing
I never will understand this day to the fair and what all happened, I don’t think anyone will. I just know that one animal ruined a month for me. It was the week right before fair, and all I did was walk my cow. It was the first time ever showing a cow, my brother convinced me that it would be a fun learning experience. That didn’t happen at all for me when I walked into that show ring with a 1,100 pound steer. I was up at 4:00 a.m. the morning of the show, and I was ready to go wash my cows and get them ready for the show.
When you walk into the fair from the entrance you can see the dirt in the air. The smell of the popcorn is like a peaceful smell. The sound of tractors is loud and it kind of sounds like a buzzing bee. The feel of the dust on my face makes me feel sticky. Also, the taste of my walking taco is delicious every bite. I had to throw the football into 3 hoops and I missed. I was mad because if I got all 3 footballs in the 3 hoops I would’ve got a football jersey! I was able to spend time with my best friend Brylan and his family. Brylans little brother won a giant aired up baseball bat and kept on hitting us with it. The State Fair is so much better than tulip time because at the State Fair there is a lot more
I turned around and at that moment I realized I was lost. Field Trips are always exciting growing up because it's a day off of school until you get lost. I always looked forward to going on field trips growing up. To me it was an opportunity to miss class but also learn new exciting things. Every year in middle school, my school went to the Los Angeles County Fair in the beginning of September. Since it was the beginning of the school year, it was a fun time considering this is the most exciting field trip all year. There was this feeling about this field trip that it was going to be different.
Itʻs a sunny Thursday afternoon at Whittier Narrows Regional Park, where a group of friends are enjoying a nice hot lunch of macaroni and cheese together. For most of them, this is the first meal they have eaten in days.
Many of us have different ideas of when talking about culture. We define culture as one's behavior and beliefs that distinguish us between one group to another. Culture has been around for many centuries, modern human culture would have been differentiated with language, tools and weapons. The different genetic makeup for the population would also reflect the major differentiation in culture between the related groups. I believe culture started because of population growing and people trying to relate with one another with their own common lifestyles.
I turn my head as the chicken flaps, splashing soapy water all over me. By this point, the water is barely an annoyance, as my shirt has been soaked from the very first chicken I washed that afternoon. Once the chicken is calmer, I readjust my grasp on her, and dunk her into the rinse water, swishing her from side to side, before standing up and wrapping her in a towel to groom her nails.
Unique gifts you’ve been looking for won’t be hard to find at the Friends of Pleasanton Senior Center’s Craft Fair. This is the perfect place to get an early start on your holiday shopping! Talented local artists will feature a wide assortment of handmade items such as jewelry, pottery, purses, bags, aprons, embroidered shirts, baby clothing, wooden toys, home decor, doll clothes, knitted scarves, hats, sweaters and more.
Firstly, I have considered getting a tattoo. I have the exact time I would get. It would be at life changing event in my life. When I get a tattoo I want it to have significant meaning. In some cultures tattoos are used to display your status in the community. According to Polynesian’s culture they have tattoos that significant different things. For example the sun symbolize prosperity, brilliance, grandiosity and leadership. It can also have meaning associated with the time of day. For instance the sunrise is connected with the rebirth while the sunset is connected with the afterlife. The Polynesian take their tattoos very seriously. In my opinion with the recent trend of tribe tattoos here is where you can see cultural appropriation has effect
For my second culture immersion project I went to eat at a Mexican restaurant. I went with my group members Ryan, Brian and Brian's girlfriend. I went this pass Tuesday after we had our group meeting. I don’t recall the name of the restaurant but I know it was downtown Appleton near by the Walgreens. . This was good choice for the project because I never have eaten at an actually Mexican restaurant before.
A cultural event that I have attended in the past that has had a memorable affect on my life was a Native American Powwow. This event takes place every year, Thanksgiving weekend in Tucson, AZ. I arrived in the late afternoon, as the sun was going down. I remember seeing many different types of people, from tourists to the different Native American performers. The physical setting of this particular celebration was outside, and based around, one main circle. Drums were beating so loud, you could feel the pound inside your chest. Different activities were going on all around, such as dancers, vendors, and a huge variety of foods to choose from. The circular dancing arena is known as the arbor, this area is blessed before any of the events
1. Culture is perceived as a way of thinking that influences the behaviors of a group of people.