Personal things about me.
There are 2 short essays which require you to apply the knowledge you have gained in a creative and subjective way. To submit your assignment, click on “Write Submission” and paste your text directly into the textbox. Do not upload document files. Each essay must be 150–200 words and include the word count in parentheses. You will submit a draft of each essay to be checked through SafeAssign. Submit your draft a few days before the final draft is due in order to receive feedback on it.
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Part 1: Personal Identity Collage
Create a collage that exemplifies the three dimensions of your personal identity through photographs, graphics, and images of artifacts based on the A-B-C Dimensions of Personal Identity. Do not include any photographs of yourself.
Part 2: A-B-C Dimensions of Personal Identity
In a 250-500 word rationale, discuss how your images exemplify the three dimensions of your personal identity that defends your choices for each dimension consistent with Arredondo’s theories and definitions.
Part 3: Personal Identity: Effect on the Classroom
Write a 250-500 word summary that discusses personal identity and the implications for a diverse classroom. For example, based on your findings, how will your personal identity affect your classroom culture, expectations, relationships, verbal and non-verbal communication, class materials, and assignments? Include both challenges and opportunities.
Use 3-4 scholarly resources to inform your assignment.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
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