We learned that voice is the way a writer or speaker uses words and tone to express ideas as well as the writer’s persona or personality. How does your "voice" change in different contexts or situations? Written? Spoken?
1. Conclude reading "What is Cultural Identity?
2. Discuss questions 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9
Yesterday, we discussed the Bystander Effect. Bystander Intervention refers to a person deciding to voice their opinion about someone else’s language and/or behavior, or taking some action, thereby working to prevent violence or abuse. In New York City, we hear this in the slogan, "if you see something, say something."
Do you think people can be taught or trained to intervene? Explain your thinking.
Ms. Brody is an ISS teacher at Clara Barton High School in Brooklyn, NY.