Broad Guidelines for Individual Presentations

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Raman, 173, 2008 INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATIONS: December 2 nd  and 4 th   The Family History Project For part of the course requirements (20 points), you will present your family history and  cultural background to your teacher and your classmates in the form of a brief (4 - 5 minutes) but  formal, in-class presentation.  The purpose of this assignment is for you to engage, through a  personal way, in thought and discussion of issues of culture, language, race, ethnicity,  nationality, gender, identity in whatever definition, immigration, globalization, etc.  By  examining and reporting on your own family’s history, you are assigned the task of  personalizing the issues and topics that we have been discussing in class.  As you report on your  personal heritage, descent, and family background, you will be expected to go beyond the simple  reporting of your family’s national/ethnic heritage.  Rather, you are expected to relate your 
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