Multicultural sentence example

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  • The goal of multicultural education is to help students understand and appreciate cultural differences and similarities and to recognize the accomplishments of diverse ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic groups.
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  • It is often referred to as "The Rainbow Nation," due to its newly-developed multicultural diversity.
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  • The history of Christmas presents is a long and multicultural journey.
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  • One of her most unique attributes during the season was her modified mohawk hairdo and her multicultural background that made it difficult for other contestants to figure out her nationality.
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  • These guys had accomplished all that the multicultural society expects to be accomplished by the children of first-generation immigrants.
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  • It is thought that schools may see these clubs as a valuable tool toward promoting international, multicultural and development education.
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  • We are a modern multicultural comprehensive High School, educating pupils aged 11 to 18 years of age.
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  • Is there anywhere more multicultural than Brixton, one of the first settlement areas for immigrants arriving in Britain fifty years ago?
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  • It pledges to ' fight discrimination and encourage a vibrant multicultural Glasgow ' .
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  • In the late 1960s and 1970s, the concepts of multicultural education begin to emerge, and by the 1980s, an entire body of scholarship addressing multiculturalism existed.
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  • From Oct 06 to March 07 Diverse City Season Free cultural events for all ages to celebrate the ethnic diversity of multicultural Britain.
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  • And most of all, the kaleidoscopic, multicultural earth that makes life enchanting and exciting for us all.
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  • Vancouver is one of the most multicultural metropolises of the Pacific Rim.
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  • In addition, the Committee agreed to sponsor a URC national consultation on multicultural ministry in the near future.
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  • Cultural identity is the foundation of the community's self-confidence, particularly in today's multicultural and multilingual society.
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  • Despite the recent setbacks in Bradford and Oldham, we have become a more multicultural and mostly cosmopolitan society.
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  • She has worked in a variety of contexts, including multicultural inner city schools.
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  • The wide variety of themes has been chosen to appeal to both boys and girls and to reflect multicultural and global topics and issues.
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  • As a result, Malaysia has a multicultural and multiracial population consisting of Malays, Chinese, Indians and numerous indigenous peoples.
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  • On the other hand, I viewed British culture to be diverse, multicultural and modern with influences from many countries.
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  • I have three Mexicans, an Italian, a Brazillian, UK, USA and Aussies on my next trip very multicultural.
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  • How we try to live together in the new multicultural Scotland.
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  • British multiculturalism ' Britain is a multicultural society ' - the phrase is bandied about religiously, but the meaning is rarely examined.
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  • Let us not forget that France is now a multicultural society.
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  • Adherents of multicultural educational theory believe that the idea that students should be Americanized, in reality, assumed they should conform to a white, Eurocentric cultural model.
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  • One of the pioneers of multicultural education was James Banks, who believed all aspects of education needed to be transformed in order to create a multicultural school environment.
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  • Some use what has been called the multicultural festival approach, in which students are invited to celebrate ethnic diversity by being exposed to foods, holidays, and festivals of other cultures.
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  • In spite of the fact that there are a variety of approaches to multicultural education, supporters point to several shared ideals among those who practice this kind of education.
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  • Teaching and Learning in a Diverse World: Multicultural Education for Young Children.
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  • Like middle-eastern dance, it is also often taught in multicultural dance centers as both a recreational and healthy pastime.
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  • Multicultural education describes a system of instruction that attempts to foster cultural pluralism and acknowledges the differences between races and cultures.
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  • A multicultural curriculum strives to present more than one perspective of a cultural phenomenon or a historical event.
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  • In its place, multiculturalists believe school curricula should embrace a whole host of voices that exist in multicultural U.S. society.
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  • The roots of multicultural education lie in the civil rights movements of various groups, including African Americans and women.
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  • As of the early 2000s, there is no universally agreed upon multicultural curriculum.
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  • Content-focused: These are the most common types of multicultural educational programs.
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  • Every student must be able to participate in an increasingly multicultural society.
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  • There are many people who are either opposed to multicultural education or believe it has numerous problems.
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  • Some feel that the idea of multicultural education tends to divide cultures instead of building tolerance between them.
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  • Getting respect from family and peers, sometimes because they're seen as disloyal to their own ethnic group, according to American Families: A Multicultural Reader.
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  • Another difference between British rap and American rap is that British rap has always been a very multicultural movement.
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  • The purpose of these principles is to unite African communities through self-determination within a multicultural context.
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  • Along with a social image of thinking, a quilting bee suggests a pluralistic, multicultural view concerning the thinkers themselves.
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  • A critical part of multicultural education, the idea that knowledge is a human construct challenges teachers to alter their own perceptions of the world before they can teach multiculturally.
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  • Others believe multicultural education interferes with a child expressing his or her own individuality, by placing too much emphasis on ethnic or racial backgrounds.
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  • Multicultural education came about in part because parents expressed a need for the unique cultures of their children to be acknowledged and honored in school.
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  • Multicultural education-A social or educational theory that encourages interest in many cultures within a society rather than in only a mainstream culture.
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  • The widespread belief in the robustness of the rule of law in Britain certainly reflects our reputation as a vibrant multicultural democracy.
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  • Started through a University of Maryland research project, the site aims to provide an extensive collection of multicultural literature.
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  • Epcot: A futuristic wonderland, this multicultural park opened in 1982 and continues to be both educational and fun for all ages with attractions such as Mission: SPACE.
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