Task 2 Template of Cultural Diversity Essay

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Sample Report for EFP1 Task 2. This report is intentionally incomplete. It should be used as a model for organization and development. Please read the marginal comments for important tips. Do NOT copy these paragraphs into your own work. Diversity: Challenges and Opportunities at Kennedy International School Suzy Student Western Governors University A. Introduction Kennedy International School is a unique middle school, located in suburban Commented [CT1]: An introduction is not on the rubric. However, a brief introduction or abstract introduces your school or organization and provides context for the report. Virginia. The innovative curriculum is academically challenging and integrates citizenship and global…show more content…
Commented [CT3]: Notice the use of headings throughout this report. They align with the rubric categories. Please use them to organize your report. They will help you to stay on topic and help the evaluator to see where you have addressed each requirement for the report. A1a. Demographics across the United States The population of the United States continues to change as reflected by the students at Kennedy International School. The number of languages spoken in the United States is also on the rise. In 1980, 23.1 million people spoke a language other than English at home. By 2010, that number grew to 59.5 million, which is an increase in of 158% (Ryan, 2013, p. 5). As the Commented [CT4]: Notice the in-text citation that shows the reader that I am paraphrasing information from a source in the report. A corresponding reference citation must also be included at the end of this report. Please organize this section into three paragraphs. You will explain how each diversity demographic you identified in part A1 is also occurring across the United States. Be sure to include an in-text citation in each paragraph to back up your claims. number of languages spoken in the U.S. increases, teachers will continue to see many multilingual students. Some are already fluent and literate in
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