Personal culture that describe or influence you most before till now and shaped you to be the person.Reflecting on your life, write an on-line journal entry (200 – 250 words) about how you see yourself as a cultural Being.
Assessment 1A: Cultural Reflection Journal Entry
Mark / 5
Assessment Criteria Graded
Evidence of in-depth reflection on elements of your personal culture
Cultural Reflection Journal Entry
Reflecting on your life, write an on-line journal entry (200 – 250 words) about how you see yourself as a cultural Being. You might like to think about your personal culture and how things like habits and customs, objects, activities, beliefs and rituals, places and people, have influenced and shaped you to be the person that you are today.
• NO NEED TO PUT REFERENCING because it is a self-reflection, to have a good grades make sure that your reflection has a TOPIC SENTENCE and supporting evidences OR the main criteria that is having EVIDENCE OF IN-DEPTH REFLECTION ON ELEMENTS OF YOUR PERSONAL CULTURE. There should be a conclusion as well.
• just pick at least two or three most influential things/personal culture that describe or influence you most before till now and shaped you to be the person (cultural Being) that you are. This should be describing how you see yourself as a cultural being.
These are the things below that my culture influenced me:
1. based on my culture as a Filipino, living in a province of Cebu, things that most influence me is Religion, I’m a Roman Catholic, since Christianity started in our place introduce by the Spaniards. So as a catholic and as Family oriented were attending Sunday mass or any important holy date or church celebration, lightning candles, carrying and praying the rosary, there should be a bible in the house and an altar, celebrating the feast of our Saint Sto. Nino with the Cebuano festival that was called “SINULOG” together gathering as a whole family yearly. I’m always having a strong faith, keep on praying no matter what will happen.Though I’m already here in Australia we still continue to participate in this kind of gathering with some Filipino communities and friends here in Australia.
2. Filipino Culture is Centered around Respect
Many Filipinos give a gesture of respect when they meet elders, especially within their family. It is called Mano po. the word “po” is a show of respect. It doesn’t really have a translation into English but you can think of it as like adding “mam” to a phrase in American culture. There is even a greeting that is practiced by many in the Philippines. It is usually done between family members but not Respect in Filipino Culture husband and wife. The younger family member will take the hand of their elder, lifting it to their forehead. This is called Mano Po. Still we are practising this manner even if were here in Australia.
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