Cultural Diversity

How children view life Different types of diversity that must be taken into account to know what a child feels: – The personal disabilities such as physical or mental. – Those that are produced by families as the form of food, language, religion (if you have idols stop partying and there are some religions that forbid it) etc … – The physical appearance as if you're thick or thin or carry any extra accessories such as goggles or appliances on the teeth and so on. – Those that are specific for example: if you're an open person, shy, extroverted, introverted etc. – And those which are distinguished by school groups: those who study hard, you do not, those who approve of everything but show no interest, those who are struggling, those who are the same and within these groups there are also more complex yet.

It would be nice to approach their perceptions of life of children and how they live that the different classes. It would try to get into the skin of children, at its height, and especially in their mode of thinking, knowing what might be their concerns or fears they have and what expectations are intended to achieve with the passage of time and then compare and change as time goes on and we older. So that we may put on the skin of children we can use our personal memories of childhood and our ways of doing, although many have a very different life to ours according to their luck and are in one family or another, this is exactly very important in the progress of children as they grow as they learned as children. We could conclude that people are very alike and we're not as different as we may think, and does the objective is to reduce discrimination for race or ways of working.