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Describe how you utilized empathy and other interpersonal skills. (5 points) 7. Describe how you facilitated transitions between activities. (5 points) 8. Describe how you facilitated the ending of the session. (5 points) This exercise will equal a total of 200 points of the student’s grade. The paper is due 7 days after the student’s facilitation. It assesses learning outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, and 18. Diversity Paper: Each student will write a 1500-1800 word written paper demonsrating beginning level competency in the following areas: As a Christian in training for the profession of social work, it is important to consider what the Bible says about social work competencies. For the purpose of this paper, students will consider examples from the Bible in which a culture’s structures and values oppressed, marginalized, alienated, or created or enhanced privilege and power. Students will cite Bible verses explaining the context of these verses with the help of an additional source. Also, students will consider how the present day culture’s structures and values may oppress, marginalize, alienate, or create or enhance privilege and power. Students will use examples. Using both biblical and contemporary examples, students will explain how difference(s)impact(s) the life experiences of individuals. Students are to elaborate on how they can personally learn from(not learn about) those who are different from themselves. Students are to be self-reflective and consider their own biases and values when working with diverse groups. Students are to discuss these candidly in this section of the paper. Students are to discuss what they have done (if anything) to help eliminate the influences of these biases and values as well as what they plan to do. Students are to discuss the importance of eliminating these influences from a biblical perspective. This paper is worth a total of 250 points. This paper assesses learning outcomes 3, 4, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17.