Diversity
A negative attitude towards others because of their color, religion or ethnic origin is known as prejudice.

Diversity

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Diversity is all about differences. Citizenship teaches that people have settled in Britain for many different reasons. The settlers brought with them their own languages, customs and ideas, all of which make up Britain's diverse culture today.

Try this quiz about Diversity.

1.
What is the title of the poem relating to diversity written by Benjamin Zephaniah?
Difference
Reaction
Reflection
Similar
2.
Which two languages had a major influence during the Middle English period?
French and Latin
German and French
German and Latin
Japanese and French
3.
What are multiple identities?
Having at least one middle name
Imaginary friends
Owning two passports
The idea that we are all more than one thing
For example: Geordie/Catholic
4.
When people flee their own country and seek a place of safety in another country, what do they apply for?
Accommodation
Asylum
Relief
Shelter
They are known as asylum seekers
5.
Which one of these statements best describes a 'global citizen'?
Having a sense of universal equality
Having properties in more than five countries
Jetsetting around the world on business
Working for a local council
The term was used by US President Obama in 2008 in a speech in Berlin
6.
Old English, Middle English and Modern English: what are these periods referring to?
Age
Counties
Language
Religion
Old English is also known as Anglo-Saxon
7.
A negative attitude towards others because of their color, religion or ethnic origin is known as what?
Prejudice
Pride
Respect
Tolerance
8.
Being open-minded and accepting people for who they are, regardless of where they came from is known as what?
Discrimination
Persecution
Prejudice
Tolerance
9.
Which of these is not a Germanic word?
Day
House
Tree
Zero
Zero is Arabic
10.
Who is the largest religious minority in the UK?
Hindus
Jews
Muslims
Sikhs
Author:  Frank Evans

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