Cultural Pride Student Workbook

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Network Publications, 1988 - Family life education - 96 pages
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This student workbook is comprised of 11 lessons to help Latino students, grades 5 through 8, develop self-esteem through cultural pride. Each lesson begins with an illustration that reflects the content of the lesson, and an introductory page. The introductory page includes the following: (1) a "dicho," a proverb or saying used to pass on cultural values in Latino families; (2) a summary of the lesson; and (3) the "Sabes Que?," an additional small bit of information that will strengthen the student's perception of Latino diversity and accomplishment. All the material necessary to complete the lesson is included, including the following: (1) stories; (2) "cuentos," legends or stories that are passed on from generation to generation; (3) vignettes; (4) student activity sheets; and (5) blank note pages. A map of Latinos in the United States is also included. The Appendices include the following: (1) a list of "dichos"; (2) in-depth narrations of three celebrations, "El Dia de Los Tres Reyes Magos,""Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe," and "Dia de Los Muertos"; (3) a Spanish word list; and (4) a glossary of special terms. (FMW)

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