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Evaluate the scene

Evaluating differences and diversity

Remember when we face diversity and difference, we first describe what we see, hear, or feel. From these descriptions we make meaning. We then interpret. These interpretations lead to evaluations based on the meanings we make.

So far in the scene above, you have described and interpreted. Now we ask you to please evaluate what you see in the scene.

Please share your evaluation in comments. Next respond to the evaluations of three to four other learners. Did they truly evaluate or were they describing or interpreting?

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