PROJECT ONE: My Cultural heritage:“Oftentimes you'll find people who were not born inthe U.S. giving a speech that shares something about their culture. However, there is also great value in recognizing that everyone born inside or outside of the U.S. has a cultural heritage – itmight be a regional or local heritage or one that spans back to immigrant parents, grandparentsor great, great grandparents. It could be a speech that focuses on the unique history or celebrations of the townyou grew up in.It could be information about food traditions, folklore, musicor language. Or, it could be the history of the immigration of oneof your ancestors and their particularcultural group (whether one or both of your parents identify as Mexican, German, Chinese, Italian,Norwegian, Czech, etc. or a mixture of different ethnic groups). What to avoid in this speech –listingyour ancestors and their heritages” and/or anything to do with “Aggieness.” A preparation outline/bibliography is required.
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