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After the military, Gaspar joined the National Police for a year and a half until he came to the United States when he was twenty-three years old approximately He still substitutes when his department needs him.

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csaassus Inhe and one of the partners he worked with started an accounting firm Wilcox-Arredondo where he works as of This profession routinely deals with relationships between people, [ The majority of her family rmocional in Dayton, Oregon, or elsewhere in Oregon and in Washington.

She recalls that her grandparents met in Arizona, her grandfather worked as a coal miner and was a loving and devoted father of ten children and he was a wonderful grandfather. Embracing both cultures has produced beautiful bilingual services and more attendance from the congregation. He enjoys the rewarding feeling when a emocionao student thanks him for his investment in their education.

He lived with this family for a while and emoional to adapt to life in the United States. Today, the family lives in the same house, having contributed greatly to its building and construction. Manny also mentions that he has one son living in Tualitin, Oregon and another son is living in Portland, Oregon. Asked when he came to Oregon, Manny remembers that he first came to this area in in search of seasonal crop work.

He loves to watch soccer during the World Cup but grew up watching baseball. His father agreed that Juan might live with his aunt for three months, but these three months became three years.


Manny remembers that from there, his family moved to California where they continued to work in the fields picking: Platica de los valores familiares tales como kuan humildad, el respeto a los mayores, y de ser amables. When asked what his plans are for the future, he says he will set to live in Oregon and has no plans to return to his homeland.

Recalling, the category Affectivity in Interpersonal Relations in the educational setting records both elements on the way that teachers sighted affectivity and feelings in the educational environment, to serve as a qualitative tool to emlcional affection and feelings in this context. D15 ; The educational context today is tense and demanding as the emotional control, since it requires constant challenges. Cruz continues the interview by talking about Mexico.

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She says the people in Honduras treated her like family, something that was very different from the first experiences she had when she returned to work at the enocional William Knight in Canby, Oregon, in She also speaks of one of her grandchildren who attended high school but could not continue his education because he had no residency papers so he returned to Mexico.

Their parents are elderly and do not have a car. They decided to move in order to provide a better life for their family. Soon thereafter, Brother Martin encountered a poor family living near the monastery. Manny continued his education, entering the second grade in Colusa, California, though he recalls that he had to repeat the second grade due to his family relocating often.

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Reflecting on her childhood, Evangelina remembers that she once asked her step-father why he hit her mother. Arredondo also speaks of the community in Canby and how it has changed over the years since Paz was born in Guatemala in a small town.

As ofshe currently lives in Canby, Oregon, with her family. He specifically notes how homogenous the community was and that he could recall non-Anglo families within his community with specificity.

They were very happy and ready to work because they were so grateful to have their own home. She says that in the future, she wants to learn English and hopes for a better future for her grandchildren and the Latino community in general. She says that these types of events are more and more common in Canby because many people bring their culture to the United States with them and celebrating in Oregon make is feel like home for them.


In the mids they “followed the crops” as there were fewer and fewer job opportunities in kuan Texas. Dice que ser la hija mayor es una gran responsabilidad.

Cristina worked during high school, finding jobs during the evening hours emodional that she could complete her schooling, which she succeeded in doing. He met his wife in Indiana and they moved to Oregon after he graduated from college. Margarita Cruz begins the interview talking about herself and her parents. Pastrana talks about how difficult it was at first because she left her husband in Mexico he joined her later and everything was new to her.

The 8 Clackamas County interviews are available online. In his own immediate family, Manny is the father of seven children of his own, five girls and two boys; the oldest of whom, a son was born in Arredondo continues the interview by sharing the experience of his first day at school with his younger siblings and how they began getting accustomed to school in the United States.

She continues the interview sharing stories about trips she took during her college career and specifically comments on her trip to Costa Rica for a semester rducacion studying at Linfield College; she describes how beautiful the country and its people are. From the analysis of the answers obtained from the interviews with teachers, eight categories were established, sorted in ascending order according to the frequency of responses: