Students explore stereotypes about police officers (eating donuts, bullies), boys and girls (gender-based actions and thoughts), Native Americans (red, feather in hair), foreigners (illegal), nerds (glasses, books), hillbillies and rednecks (barefoot, gun), black mothers, men and women, black youth, homeless persons, confederates, the Irish, ballerinas, athletes, scientists, old persons, Asians, Mexicans, and Americans, and more. Each page has an image of a stereotype, a few sentences explaining the stereotype, and lined space for students to record their thoughts. Encourage your students to stop using stereotypes to categorize people who are different from us. 21 writing prompts to use in your classroom.
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