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  1. Proposal for a Cultural Heritage FestivalEniko RumrillTESOL/507February 8, 2013Michelle Barker

  2. participants • Students • parents • Staff: teachers, custodians, cafeteria workers • District leaders • Local churches • Local business representatives:

  3. Strategies to include stakeholders Students, parents, staff: • present in one of the booths • perform in the Multicultural Talent Show Businesses, churches, organizations: • present in one of the booths • ask them to assist with transporting families without a car District Leaders: • Invite them to observe

  4. Students’ global perspective • Global perspectives are necessary in order for the students to become responsible citizens of this country and of this world. • Festival is part of our culturally responsive curriculum in order to increase the knowledge, skills, and attitude of students and prepare them to be respectful of all cultures(Brown % Kysilka, 2009).

  5. Venue Main gym. booths S T a g e booths booths

  6. VENUE DESCRIPTION BOOTHS: Displays of families, organizations STAGE: Multicultural Talent Show

  7. MATERIALS • FLYER AND PERSMISSION SLIP • MAP OF THE VENUE • PROGRAM SCHEDULE

  8. Permission slip

  9. MAP • Indicates the location of various cultures • Location of the Talent Show • Location of restrooms

  10. program • A brochure listing all the performers as well as the starting and ending time for the Talent Show.

  11. Closing:A clip from Pulse: a Stomp odyssey

  12. reference • Brown, S.C. & Kysilka, M.L. (2009). What Every Teacher Should Know About Multicultural Global Education. Retrieved from The University of Phoenix eBook Collection