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Identify two holidays that are not celebrated in your culture.

Complete the attached holiday worksheet and respond to the following:

What are some of the potential problems and the potential opportunities created by the diversity of religious holidays?

How can teachers prevent some of the potential problems and build on the opportunities?

Finally, review the responses from at least two peers’ posts and respond to the following:

In December, a new teacher joins the faculty at your very diverse school. Everyone is serving on committees to provide a multicultural holiday festival for families. However, the teacher does not partake in what she believes is a pagan holiday. What advice would you give a teacher who has to teach about a holiday in which they do not believe? Support your response with research.

Identify two holidays that are not celebrated in your culture. Complete the attached holiday worksheet and respond to the following: What are some of the potential problems and the potential opportuni
ED533: Perspectives on Diversity Unit 6 Discussion Worksheet Your Students: You are teaching in a very diverse city with students coming from various countries. As their teacher who respects diversity, you will research the different ethnic groups and their religious holidays. Research the religious holidays for each student’s country and fill in your findings for each student in the white box provided below under each different culture. Finally, when you complete the entire worksheet, upload it to the Discussion Board and create your post. Type your answers into the white boxes provided. Adeben (African) Garin (Armenian) Bian (Vietnamese) Alka (Indian) Dewei (Chinese) Afya (Russian) Joseph (American – Jehovah Witness) All Other Students in the Class Holidays: In the boxes provided below explain how you would address each holiday, the potential problems, opportunities for learning, and recognize all holidays as a learning opportunity within your diverse classroom. Ramadan Rosh Hashanah Christmas Halloween Easter Passover Thanksgiving RS 9.26.14 Created for revision.