Unit 2 Assessment
Well done! You have made a great start to this unit however some of your answers need to be amended and I have highlighted these for you.
Could you please make the amendments, remove my highlighted text, proof read and spell check your work and re-submit this unit by 19/10/15.
Don’t forget to keep updating your learner tracking sheet with the dates and times you have spent working on this unit as you will need to send me this completed document when you have fully completed your course.
Name: Henry Morris Gray
Part 1: The extent of diversity
This section will help you to evidence Learning Outcome 1:.Understand the extent of ...view middle of the document...
3% of people living in Easington speak English. The other top languages spoken are 0.2% Turkish, 0.1% Polish, 0.1% Thai.
The religious make up of Easington is 75.2% Christian, 18.6% No religion, 0.2% Buddhist, 0.1% Sikh, 0.1% Jewish, 0.1% Muslim.
46.0% of people are married, 11.5% cohabit with a member of the opposite sex, 0.5% live with a partner of the same sex, 24.0% are single and have never married or been in a registered same sex partnership, 9.4% are separated or divorced. There are 464 widowed people living in Easington.
The top occupations listed by people in Easington are Elementary 13.6%, Skilled trades 12.0%, Process, plant and machine operatives 11.8%, Caring, leisure and other service 11.2%, Professional 11.1%, Administrative and secretarial 10.9%, Associate professional and technical 10.7%, Sales and customer service 10.6%, Elementary administration and service 10.0%, Administrative 8.9%.
2. Describe what you can see within your community that shows physical diversity? Provide at least three different examples. [1.2]
• Church of England Primary School, is located in Easington Village.
• Easington Colliery has a Chinese Takeaway and two Turkish owned takeaways.
• Easington Colliery has a residential care home, for the elderly and suffers of Alzheimer’s
Once you have completed Part 1 of your Assessment, save the work you have done so far – you will need to send your work to your tutor for marking when you have completed all four Parts of this Assessment.
Part 2: Understanding the value of diversity in communities
This section will help you to evidence Learning Outcome 2: Understand the value to communities in creating and maintaining a diverse environment.
|Learning objective |Place in Assessment |
|2.1 Describe the types of equality that can occur within a community |Question 1, Page 3 |
|2.2 Describe the benefits of equality and diversity within a community |Question 2, Page 4 |
1. You looked at four specific types of equality in the course materials. Choose two and describe them in the space below. [2.1]
Natural equality relates to a person’s ability to choose, i.e. beliefs, values, interests and lifestyle. This should be free from influence from others (unless their lifestyles are something that is illegal such as cannibalism) or being treated differently because of the choices they make.
Equality before the law means that everyone should be treated equally and fairly. I.e. laws must apply to everyone, not just a group of people, this is why there are issues with the enforcement of stop and search by police, as more black people are stopped than white people, which suggests that black people are discriminated against and...