Students are bring something from their own culture that is meaningful to them. It can be something symbolic or literal. It can be in any form – a written text, a song, a photograph, etc. In addition to this, each student must complete a web quest. Students will be asked to search the web for at least three and at most five websites that have to do with their culture. They may choose to research Esperanza’s Latino heritage if they are Latino/a or their own. Students should record the address of the website and also write a short paragraph about the website: It should discuss whether the information on the website was helpful, what was the most interesting thing about the site and whether the student could relate to it. This information as well as the cultural artifact should be brought in and students will be presented it during the next class period.
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- WHSAD’s Class of 2018 Graduation June 28, 2018
- Van Arsdale Cardinals Compete in the PSAL AA Baseball City Championship at Yankee Stadium June 21, 2018
- Interview with Ms. Nadine Sylvester, Founder of the Rohan Levy Foundation June 10, 2018
- Thank you! June 9, 2018
- Register for WHSAD’s Summer Bridge Program for Incoming 9th Graders June 9, 2018
About Ms. Nelson
Ms. Nelson teaches ESL and is a Coordinator of Student Activities at WHSAD. She can be reached at Nelson@WHSAD.Org.