What the best piece of advice you've ever gotten? Do you remember a time someone gave you bad advice? How do you know when to give advice and when to keep quiet?
What is "classism"? What does classism look like in your country?
In the episode, Rosa meets a bunch of rich business people who enjoy fine wine, art, and fancy food. What do people in your culture associate with different classes? What are examples of status symbols in your society?
It seems as though Rosa was taken advantage of. She worked as an interpreter but she was never paid. Have you ever had an experience like this?
Rosa had a crush on the instructor and it clouded her judgement. Has that ever happened to you?
Do you enjoy art? Have you ever been to an art museum? Why type or art or artists do you like?
In the Culture Clip, immigrants describe their various expectations for family life and parenting. What things about the US surprise you as a parent? Is there anything that worries you? How are your parenting values different from other parents you know? Are your parenting values different from what your parents' values were?
How do you teach children respect?
What is the role of the extended family in your life? In the Culture Clip, some people explained that they were expected to have children right after getting married, whether or not they had money, because the extended family was there to help. How similar or different is that from your family?
What are the gender roles you expect to have as parents, if any?
Are you worried about materialism? How do you teach a child to be satisfied an grateful for what he/she has?
There are lots of parenting styles and approaches to discipline. What is your philosophy? How do you or how do you plan to discipline your child?
Make a brochure with parenting advice for new or expecting parents.
Research an art movement. Make a poster explaining the movement and some famous painting from the movement.