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Bias, Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Racism Mini-Research Project
A mini research project to help with a character lesson or introduction to a variety of literature pieces; To Kill a Mockingbird, Night, A Thousand Spendid Suns, Romiette and Julio, and more. Students will do research of the meaning of bias, stereotyping, and prejudice. They will also go into more
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The Judgmental Flower: stereotypes, prejudice, relationships, understanding
I read the book, "The Judgmental Flower" by Julia Cook to 3rd graders during our Relationship unit. We then do this activity together and share out. I've also had them use coffee filters, water, paint brushes, and markers to make their own unique flower petals.
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Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Discrimination
We all know teenagers can use help learning how to socialize with each other and recognizing when they use stereotyping and discrimination. This lesson is primarily written for the Psychology 101 classroom studying Social Psychology. That said, you could knock off the last few slides and this is
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Stereotypes, Prejudice, Racism and Discrimination: What are the Differences?
Powerpoint presentation that explores the differences between the words stereotype, prejudice, racism and discrimination. Illustrations included. Plenty of opportunities for discussions during the presentation.
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Stereotypes, Prejudice, & Discrimination (Oral Presentation Poster Project)
This is a comprehensive lesson for any unit that deals with social injustice based upon stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination (or racism, specifically). It was originally designed to work for the novels, In the Heat of the Night (by John Ball), To Kill a Mockingbird (by Harper Lee), and The Chrysa
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Stereotypes and Prejudice Bundle
7 x fully resourced lessons on the topic of prejudice, stereotypes and discrimination: 1. Racism: Stereotypes and Diversity 2. Sexism and Gender Stereotypes 3. Disability 4. Religious Prejudice / Islamophobia 5. Teenagers 6. LBGT: Homophobia 7. Stereotypes and Prejudice All include: 1hr PPs, clip
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STOP Stereotyping, Prejudice and Discrimination-lesson and activities
This lesson plan looks at how Stereotyping is found everywhere in our society, whether we realize it or not. The problem is rooted in the language we use and how we perceive the world around us; which is communicated to us from a young age. It’s so ingrained in us, that we rarely notice we’re doing
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Idea Collage: Racism, Discrimination, Stereotyping, and Prejudice
When reading To Kill a Mockingbird, students must learn about these words and be able to identify them: racism, discrimination, prejudice, and stereotyping. In the past, I taught each word separately; however, I changed it up this year. Instead of me telling the students what these words/ideas are
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Race, Stereotyping, Prejudice and Discrimination
8 Discussion questions on Race, Stereotyping, Prejudice and Discrimination.
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Night by Elie Wiesel: Bundle of Activities
NIGHT BUNDLE: This zip file includes activities that are designed around higher order thinking. The pre-reading activities are designed to get students thinking about stereotyping, prejudice and racism. You will conduct several whole class discussions and students will do some reading, research a
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Reading Strategies Unit BUNDLE, Smartboard & PDF
In this download you will get: > Reading Strategies Unit SMARTboard (100 pages) and PDF (113) > Main Idea Unit SMARTboard (78) and PDF (53) > Inferencing Author's Message Unit SMARTboard (64) and PDF (116) This is approximately 4-5 MONTHS of your reading program in one bundle. ----
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Night by Elie Wiesel: Pre Reading Activities
Night is a powerful story about the depths to which humankind can sink. These pre-reading activities are designed to get students thinking about stereotyping, prejudice and racism. You will conduct several whole class discussions and students will do some reading, research and reflection. There i

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TED Talk Lesson -To This Day:for the bullied and beautiful w Google Drive Option
This resource includes both printable worksheets and a Google Drive (paperless) option. This TED Talk lesson is intended to be used with Shane Koyczan's powerful TED Talk, "To This Day ... for the bullied and beautiful." From TED: By turn hilarious and haunting, poet Shane Koyczan puts his finger
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NO PREP! Inferencing Author's Message Unit, Diversity, Smartboard & PDF
UPDATED: *Clarity has been fixed on this unit!* I also added name/date headers to handouts and links to each handout on SB lesson page for easy access* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ABOUT THE UNIT: Teach and challenge your students to use
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Identity PowerPoint - Introducing concepts that lead to bullying
If you're curious as to what my PowerPoints have, take a look at my free download. Time: 24 Slides - estimated 4-7 days worth pending how long discussions go and how many videos you show Use: Presented in high school Holocaust and Genocide course, could be used as introductory lesson on bullyin
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NO PREP! Inferencing Author's Message Unit, Diversity, PDF Unit
Teach and challenge your students to use inferencing skills! This is a reading for meaning unit where students learn the basics of inferencing and are challenged to infer the author’s message of a variety of high interest texts. The common thread of all the texts in the unit is DIVERSITY. This is
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Social Relations PowerPoint
Contains a PowerPoint presentation covering the topics of stereotyping, being prejudiced, and discrimination. Other minor issues are covered as well. The PowerPoint is HIGHLY animated and is designed to capture student attention. Each slide has transitions along with rich, moving media. Addition
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TED Talk Assignment (How to Overcome Our Biases? Walk Boldly Toward Them)
This TED Talk lesson is intended to be used with Vernā Myers' TED Talk, "How to Overcome Our Biases? Walk Boldly Toward Them." From TED: Our biases can be dangerous, even deadly — as we've seen in the cases of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner, in Staten Island, New York. Divers
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1 Year of Character Education + Life Skills for Middle School
1 Year’s worth of Middle School resources for Character Education and Life Skills! 36 x fully resourced, highly-rated lesson packs and units. All 36 lesson packs (bundled into 20 separate downloads) are complete with at least one hour-long Powerpoint, accompanying differentiated worksheets, clip lin
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"Be an Upstander" Interactive Bulletin Board
"Be an Upstander" Bulletin BoardThis resource is appropriate for middle and high school students. 26 cards are included in this resource including terminology (stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, bystander, upstander, change agent, implicit bias), 12 quote/task cards from upstanders in history,
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ASL - Fingerspelling Words (Racism, Stereotypes and Cultural Bias)
Students fingerspell key words related to racism, implicit and explicit bias and racial stereotypes: racism, insult, favor, privilege, benefit, inferior, superior, respect, dignity, justice, equal, thoughts, implicit, explicit, bias, actions, beliefs, freedom, peace, brown, black, white, race, ethn
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Black. White. Video Worksheet
This is a worksheet to accompany the first episode of "Black. White." It could be used in a Psychology, AP Psychology, Sociology, or other Social Studies course effectively. The episode depicts two families (one black, one white) who don opposite race color makeup and see how the world reacts diff
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TKAM - Walking in someone else's shoes
This is a fun partner activity for partners to discuss stereotypes and prejudice while reading "To Kill a Mockingbird". It focuses around the major quote from Atticus about walking around in someone else's skin (or shoes). I print out about 15 very different types of shoes from zappos.com for the ac
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Diversity Bundle
10 x fully resourced, highly-rated lesson packs with a focus on diversity: 1. Racism: stereotypes 2. Transgender 3. Sexism 4. Stereotypes: prejudice 5. Stereotypes: disability 6. Same-sex relationships 7. Religion and prejudice 8. British values: diversity 9. British values: personal identity 10. B
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