Pg. 8 Mini-Lesson: What are and who is Hispanic and Latino/a?
Pg. 9 Activity 7 (multiple choice, Hispanic and Latino/a)
Pg. 10 Keys
> What are ethnicity, nationality, culture, and, race? What about Latino/a and Hispanic?
> This workbook has seven activities (from true/false to creative writing) and two mini-lessons.
It will help students, and teachers, with distinguishing these often confused terms: Ethnicity, Culture, Nationality, Race, Latino/a, Hispanic
> The definitions of some of these terms are not entirely cut and dry, and there is overlap. This workbook is meant to simplify the terms as much as possible for easier understanding.
> For example, while nationality is very clear, there is much overlap between culture and ethnicity. This resource clarifies what is most essential and the most clear way to understand one versus the other. With clear examples, detailed exercises, creative writing, and self-reflection.
> Detailed examples, clear definitions, organized layout, creative writing, self-identity and self-reflection writing, and one partner activity.
> Teach the terms Latino/a and Hispanic with clarity. A Venn diagram provides a very helpful visual aide in understanding the terms, using key words as a memory aide.
> There is some debate on a few aspects of the terms Latino/a and Hispanic with regard to a handful of countries that are outliers. The definitions used in this resource are the most commonly used, most strict, and the most literal definitions.