# 1a) Write detailed descriptions of two activities you could ask/make your learners do to help them appreciate cultural diversity among themselves. The first activity must be a reading activity and the second one must be a writing activity. Use the poem ‘Prayer about unity through diversity...’ as the basis for the activities you create (i.e., the activities you create must originate from/be sparked by aspects contained in the poem). Your descriptions must be presented in the sequence or order

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1a) Write detailed descriptions of two activities you could ask/make your learners do to help them appreciate cultural diversity among themselves. The first activity must be a reading activity and the second one must be a writing activity. Use the poem ‘Prayer about unity through diversity...’ as the basis for the activities you create (i.e., the activities you create must originate from/be sparked by aspects contained in the poem). Your descriptions must be presented in the sequence or order in which the activities would follow each other if they were presented in an actual classroom. Your answer must be presented in point (bullet) form.

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