# PowerPoint Of Personal Identity

Part 1: Personal Identity Collage

Based on the A-B-C Dimensions of Personal Identity, on one PowerPoint slide create a collage that exemplifies the three dimensions of your personal identity through photographs, graphics, and images of artifacts. Do not include any photographs of yourself.

Part 2: A-B-C Dimensions of Personal Identity

Discuss how your images exemplify the three dimensions of your personal identity in a 200-250 word rationale that defends your choices for each dimension consistent with
Arredondo’s theories and definitions.

Part 3: Personal Identity: Effect on the Classroom

Write a 200-250 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, religion, expectations, relationships, verbal and non-verbal communication, class materials, and assignments? Include both challenges and opportunities.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

# Chapter 2 Instructions

Practice Problem 11, 12, 13, 16, & 21

Due Week 3 Day 6 (Sunday)

Follow the instructions below to submit your answers for Chapter 2 Practice Problem 11, 12, 13 16, & 21.

1. Save Chapter 2 Instructions to your computer.

2. Type your answers into the shaded boxes below. The boxes will expand as you type your answers.

3. Resave this form to your computer with your answers filled-in.

4. Attach the saved form to your reply when you turn-in your work in the Assignments section of the Classroom tab. Note: Each question in the assignments section will be listed separately; however, you only need to submit this form one time to turn-in your answers.

Below is an explanation of the symbols in Chapter 2.

M = Mean

Mdn. = Median

SS = Sum of Squared Deviations

SD2 = Variance

SD = Standard Deviation

Read each question in your text book and then type your answers for Chapter 2 Practice Problem 11, 12, 13, & 16 into the shaded boxes below. Please record only your answers. It is not necessary to show your work. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.

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## SD =

16a. Governors – M =       SD =

# CEO’s – M =       SD =

16b. Explain your answer below:

16c. Explain below how the means and standard deviations differ:

21. Explain your answer below:

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