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  21.   Teaching Short-Vowel Discrimination Using Dr. Seuss Rhymes
Student Objectives Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Extensions Student Assessment/Reflections STUDENT OBJECTIVES Students will: Identify rhyming words in a story Discriminate between short u and o sounds Produce rhyming words when given a keyword in the word family Blend onsets and rimes aloud to create words Sort pictures based on their rimes back to top Session 1 1. Begin the lesson by reading Hop on Pop aloud to students. Students may be familiar with Dr. Seuss stories and will b...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  22.   Evaluating Discrimination and Human Dignity
Title: Evaluating Discrimination and Human Dignity Overview: This lesson is for students to: • use observation skills • engage in a discussion Lesson Focus: Social Studies Content Standard 4 Historical Perspective. “All students will evaluate key decisions made at critical turning points in history by assessing their implications and long te...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  23.   Does the Criminal Justice System Discriminate Against African-Americans?
by second-rate legal help for black defendants, biased jurors, and judges who discriminate in sentencing. A dozen years later, sociologist William Wilbanks rejected the discrimination argument. In his book, The bIy-th of a Does the Criminal Justice System Against African-Americans? Ra t CriminalJusticeSystem, Wilbanks reviewed between of scores studies that seemed to show statistical inequalities Dis...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  24.   Respect for All 2012: Standing up to Discrimination
Respect for All 2012: STANDING UP TO DISCRIMINATION Submitted by on Mon, 02/13/2012 - 23:00 Area: Current Issues Social & Emotional Learning Grade Level: Middle School High School Topic: Bullying Conflict Resolution/Mediation Diversity Description: Students define the terms "prejudice" "stereotype" and "discrimination," read an an article about a group of vets...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  25.   Discrimination
Discrimination Grades: 4-5 Duration: One full class day Objectives: Students will be able to define discrimination and list Article 2 from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of discrimination by writing a journal entry based off today's lesson. The entry should in...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  26.   Facing Discrimination and Racism
11-12 Facing Discrimination and Racism Project type: Assignment Related topic: Subjects History Political Science Summary Students analyze acts of discrimination and racism against Chinese-Canadians, as well as responses to those acts, and generalize about trends and changes in the acts and responses. Duration 2 lessons Purpose To analy...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  27.   Speech--Discriminating and producing velar sounds
#3341. Speech--Discriminating and producing velar sounds Special Ed, level: other Posted Thu Jan 27 09:04:50 PST 2005 by Jessica Porter (porterja@pickens.k12.sc.us). Hagood Elementary School--Speech, Pickens, SC Materials Required: Minimal Contrast Story Activity Time: 20-30 minutes Concepts Taught: Discrimination of velar from frontal so...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  28.   Discriminating Among Tastes
Teachers.Net Lesson Plans #181. Discriminating Among Tastes Science, level: all Posted by Cindy Copeland (ucrhorton@memphis.edu). University of Memphis, Memphis, USA Materials Required: Look below Activity Time: About 30 minutes Concepts Taught: Learning about the different taste buds. Materials: Craft sticks(or cotton swabs), bottles of common liquids th...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  29.   Doughnut Discrimination
Lesson Plan Title : Doughnut Discrimination Age Range: Grade 3 through Grade 5 (Elementary) Overview and Purpose: Let's face it. We may be uncomfortable discussing it, but discrimination is everywhere, in one way or another. Students will have a chance to open up about what they have seen and maybe even experienced firsthand. Objective: The student wil...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  30.   Using Picture Books to Explore Identity, Stereotyping, and Discrimination
Student Objectives Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6 Session 7 Session 8 Extensions Student Assessment/Reflections STUDENT OBJECTIVES Students will Gain knowledge by defining the concepts of identity, stereotypes, and discrimination Apply this knowledge by identifying examples of these concepts in stories and real life Practice analysis by identifying elements of characters' identity; by looking at stereotypes and why people hold them; and by speculating on what some of the causes of discrimination are Practice working collaboratively as...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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