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Describe a typical day for you
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This assignment encourages and challenges you to explore the lives of others you will encounter in a multicultural society. You will research, write, observe, and carry on dialogues with individuals who are different from you. For this assignment, you will be assigned a diversity role. You will then write a 2-3 page report in the first person (as if you are the person you've been assigned) using the following guidelines

Research the role. Find 3 sources minimum to give you the information for the report.

Research the role. Find 3 sources minimum to give you the information for the report.

Use APA formatting: typed, double-spaced, 1-inch margins, title page, in-text citations, and a reference page. See link to APA guide (OWL at Purdue) on Blackboard.

Include an introductory paragraph that captures the reader's attention, explains your diversity role and includes a complete thesis statement.

include the following in the body of your paper. Note: This information should be based on your research, not your personal opinion.

1. A complete description of your diversity role.

2. Describe a typical day for you (where you go, who you see etc.)

3. Describe where you work and what you do there.

4. What things are difficult for you everyday?

5. How do other people treat you? Include specific examples.

6. What questions do people have about you?

7. What are your favorite things to do? ü End with a concluding paragraph that pulls everything together and reflects the introduction




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