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The Diversity Cube

by: Siti Rhaudah F., 11th Grade, SMA Plus Negeri 17 Palembang, Palembang, Indonesia
Teacher: Widya Grantina

A difference isn't a challenge; it's an opportunity.

quote by: Cutter J., 7th Grade, Sarasota Middle School, Sarasota, Florida
Teacher: Kim Farrell

Artist Statement

This drawing is supposed to show that everyone is different. They have their own characters, faces, abilities, beliefs, and even colors. People today seem to forget that diversity doesn’t need to create hatred and war. We just need to work it out. Together. If we don’t take a part, this world will be filled with hatred, judgement, sadness, depression, and worse. If we accept each other, this world will be filled with smiles, laughter, and bliss. This world is too beautiful to be ignored. Once the Rubik's Cube is solved, it forms a perfect structure. But if we leave it unsolved, it’s unfinished and messy.

Lesson Plan Connection

Grade Levels: 6-8
Standards: LAFS.68.RH.1.2, RH.2.6, RH.3.7, RH.3.8, RI.2.4, RI.2.6, RI.3.7, RL.1.2,RL.2.4   

SEL Tenets: Identity & Agency, Social Skills, Public Spirit
Essential Question - How can we all be connected if we are so different from one another? 
Lesson Plan  |  PowerPoint