Lessons for Discrimination

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  • Gay Pride: Exploring a Movement, Past & Present - … is still a lot of prejudice, discrimination and misinformation about LGBTQ people. shows what kind of discrimination exists around the world. The … group that has ever been discriminated against has fought against that discrimination. And every group that is discriminated against has found allies: people who are not in the group being discriminated against …
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  • Article - Social Studies School Service - … @execpc.com I. Overview of the Lesson A. Concept: Discrimination B. Definition: Discrimination is behaviors which lead to groups or individuals being … , students will be taught this lesson on discrimination. Since the Middle East has examples of discrimination, this is a good starting point … this sentence: "You can tell an example of discrimination from a non-example of discrimination by ____ ." C. Tell the students: "Please …
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  • A Fair Wage - … , effort, responsibility and working conditions. Evaluate proposed solutions for gender discrimination in the workplace. Form an opinion on the issue of … refute the existence of gender discrimination, and they will evaluate proposed solutions to this type of discrimination. Think About It: questions follow … some strong opinions about the existence, or nonexistence, of gender discrimination in the workplace. Encourage open discussion from both viewpoints.] ASSESSMENT …
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  • Train Drivers in Skirts After Shorts Ban - … cool / banned / shorts / uniform / hot conditions / comfortable / communications / decent / proper / discrimination / passengers / platform / dress code Have a chat about the topics … dress (16) ____ again later this year. up decent comfort discrimination stare mind code present LISTENING - Guess the answers. Listen to … do something else would ____ a. be discrimination b. be discriminating c. be discriminatory d. be discriminated 9) Of course people ____ little …
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  • Airline to Charge Passengers by Weight - … , and really, just ____ a. powerfully discrimination b. powerfully discriminatory c. powerfully discriminates d. powerfully discriminating 8) I weigh 200kg. I would be … (b) haunting (c) appealing (d) appalling 9. (a) discriminating (b) discriminates (c) discriminated (d) discriminate 10. (a) ruler (b) key (c) character (d) contact … spokeswomanfromtheNewZealandbasedcampaigngroupFighttheObesity Epidemicvehementlyopposedthenewfares.Shesaid:"Ithinkthat'sabsolutely appalling.It'sastigmatisationofpeople,andreally,justpowerfully discriminating."ASamoancommunityleadersaidheappreciatedthatweight waskeyforairlines.HetoldtheNewZealandHerald:"Iweigh200kg.Iwouldbe okaytopaythefare,providedit'sreasonable,butIdon'tthinkit …
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  • Examining and Interrupting Hate - … September 11th have lead to unfair stereotyping, weekly newsletter prejudice, discrimination, and scapegoating of, among others, Arab Americans. Students are also … a definition for the word. Holocaust to contemporary Suggested definition: Discrimination is denying issues justice and fair treatment to an individual … the bottom, label the _ sections as follows: stereotype, prejudice, discrimination, scapegoating. _ 13. Working together in their groups, have students …
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  • Housing Law - … next are included to point out that the laws prohibit discrimination against only those groups, or classes of individuals, specifically mentioned … . Law: Again, the anti-discrimination laws do not prohibit discrimination against blondes. The laws do, however, prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex … . Possible responses include: + Property owners are prohibited by law from discriminating against certain classes of persons. + Landlords can evict tenants for …
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  • Anne Frank: The Island of the Skog - … ? Make a list. e. How do these groups experience discrimination? Is the discrimination subtle or overt? If students have time or want … of prejudices and acts of discrimination from the answers to question e. Discuss the two types of discrimination, overt and subtle, to … 'picture book' or 'story board' about discrimination. Or students could draw a picture depicting discrimination and write or draw their feelings about …
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  • Behind the Scenes * Closing the Curtain on Stereotypes - … stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination. explain the connection between stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination. state hurtful outcomes of stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination. name sources from which stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination are learned. identify …
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  • Living Together as One - … learner will: give examples of discrimination in our past and present. analyze how bias and discrimination are harmful to the common good … people discriminate and identify different groups who have experienced discrimination. Define hate crime. Give a historical briefing on hate crimes and discrimination. Introduce and discuss laws that have been enacted to eliminate discrimination. Discuss the Bill of Rights …
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