Diversity Encounter 5 - Name_Brandi Benson Section_004...

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Name _________Brandi Benson__________________ Section ________004_________ DIVERSITY ENCOUNTER LOG – Event #5 Name of event ______________Carnival___________________________________ Date _______March 4, 2014_______ Location ______Humanities Lounge______________ Describe the event in detail. Give the reader a good idea of what happened and what you did. Include sights, sounds, smells, tastes and touch as appropriate. What were your impressions? At carnival, the first thing I did was the photo booth with a friend. We put on traditional clothing that was very soft, comfortable, and bright. We then made masks with colorful feathers and shiny beads. We participated in traditional dancing that was really simple, but it made me dizzy because there was a lot of spinning involved. There was also food there that smelled spicy and meaty. It was an odd red like paste that was surprisingly delicious and not too spicy. Overall it
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Unformatted text preview: was a very fun event. ***************************************************************************** * Reflect on the event you attended. What did you learn from this activity? How did you feel? How has this expanded your knowledge for your future teaching? Would you go to a similar event again? Would you recommend something like this to your friends/family/students? Why? Before this event, I had never heard of Carnival. It is an event that is exactly like Mardi Gras, except it is for the Hispanic culture. It is even on the same day! There are beads, masks, food, and drinks. By attending this celebration it has helped to broaden my knowledge of the Hispanic culture. I would love to go to an authentic celebration, just because there will be more entertainment and double the fun. I would highly recommend this event to everyone because it is educational and fun....
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