Blancing Two Worlds (v3.2)

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Blancing Two Worlds (v3.2)

  1. 1. Balancing s Two i Worlds american a n
  2. 2. Definition
  3. 3. Map of Asia
  4. 4. [Model Minority Myth]
  5. 5. Model Minority Myth 1. Asian Americans have superior academic achievement
  6. 6. Model Minority Myth II. Asian American students are born smart, especially in mathematics and science
  7. 7. Model Minority Myth III. Asian American students are trouble-free kids
  8. 8. Model Minority Myth IV. All Asian families and cultures highly value education
  9. 9. Model Minority Myth V. Asians/Asian Americans do not suffer racial discrimination like other people of color
  10. 10. [Model Minority Myth] Critique
  11. 11. Leah Lee [case study]
  12. 12. Leah Lee [Kim AAID] 1: Ethnic Awareness 2: White Identification 3: Awakening to Social Political Consciousness 4: Redirection to an Asian American Consciousness 5: Incorporation
  13. 13. Leah Lee [Root] 1: Acceptance of the Identity Society Assigns 2: Identification with Both Racial Groups 3: Identification with a Single Racial Group 4: Identification as a New Racial Group
  14. 14. Leah Lee [Kim+Root] 1: Ethnic Awareness 2: White Identification 3: Identification with Both Racial Groups
  15. 15. [Face Activity]
  16. 16. a b c d e h i f g j m n o k l p q r s t
  17. 17. Aly Rahim [case study]
  18. 18. Aly Rahim [Helms] 1: Conformity (Pre-encounter) 2: Dissonance (Encounter) 3: Immersion 4: Emersion 5. Internalization 6. Integrative Awareness
  19. 19. Aly Rahim [Kim AAID] 1: Ethnic Awareness 2: White Identification 3: Awakening to Social Political Consciousness 4: Redirection to an Asian American Consciousness 5: Incorporation
  20. 20. ASIA QUIZ
  21. 21. Q#1 ...True or False Asia is the largest continent by landmass and human population with the total area being larger than the land area of the moon...
  22. 22. Q#1 ...True Asia is the largest continent, covering ~1/3 of the world’s total land area. It’s people account for ~3/5 of the world’s population.
  23. 23. Q#2 ...True or False Asia is home to the highest point on Earth, but not the lowest point on the Earth’s surface...
  24. 24. Q#2 ...False Asia has both the lowest and highest points: Mount Everest (+29,028 ft) and the shore of the Dead Sea (-1296 ft)
  25. 25. Q#3 ...True or False Below are the national flags of: South Korea (left) and North Korea (right)...
  26. 26. Q#3 ...False South Korea Philippines North Korea
  27. 27. Q#4 ...True or False Mao Zedong proclaimed the establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949...
  28. 28. Q#4 ...True On October 1, 1949, Chairman Mao proclaimed the People’s Republic of China
  29. 29. Q#5 ...True or False The following pictures represent the described ethnic groups’ traditional clothing, respectively... Korean Tibetan Japanese
  30. 30. Q#5...False Japanese Korean
  31. 31. Q#6 ...True or False Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is also called the “Lion-City”...
  32. 32. Q#6 ...True The English language name “Singapore,” comes from “Malay Singapura,” which means “Lion-City”
  33. 33. Q#7 ...True or False Angkor, one of the most important UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is located in Bangladesh...
  34. 34. Q#7 ...False Angkor is located in Cambodia
  35. 35. Q#8 ...True or False Pho (left) is Vietnamese, and Yukgaejang (right) is Korean...
  36. 36. Q#8 ...True Yummy!
  37. 37. Q#9 ...True or False Except Pikachu, the other two cartoon characters are Japanese... Hello Kitty Doraemon Pikachu
  38. 38. Q#9 ...False All of them are Japanese cartoons
  39. 39. Q#10 ...True or False The highlighted countries correspond to the descriptions... Kazakhstan Pakistan India
  40. 40. Q#10...False Pakistan Kazakhstan
  41. 41. Johnny Lee [case study]
  42. 42. Johnny Lee [Cross] 1: Pre-encounter 2: Encounter 3: Immersion-Emersion 4: Internalization 5: Internalization-Commitment
  43. 43. Johnny Lee [Cass] 1: Identity Confusion 2: Identity Comparison 3: Identity Tolerance 4: Identity Acceptance 5. Identity Pride 6. Identity Synthesis
  44. 44. [Poster Activity]
  45. 45. [Questions?]

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