Lessons for Stereotypes

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  • Children of Giant | Lesson Plan: Subverting and Reinforcing Stereotypes - … two reasons we stereotype people/communities? Where do we encounter stereotypes? Give three examples. What are three outcomes of stereotyping people/communities? Have … a thing as 'positive stereotypes'? Are 'positive stereotypes' helpful or harmful? In what way? What other examples of stereotypes do we see in … : Stereotypes | Student Handout A Children of Giant: Stereotypes | Student Handout B Children of Giant: Stereotypes | Student Handout C For Teachers Children of Giant: Stereotypes
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  • Stereotypes: More Than Meets the Eye - … of stereotyping. Stereotypes, or incomplete and inaccurate beliefs that some people hold about groups of other people, abound across the globe. Stereotypes can … of stereotypes and to explain the typical characteristics associated with the stereotype (e.g., athletes, lawyers, farmers, etc.). Other examples of stereotyping include … for Western stereotypes about the Middle East. Next, discuss with the class how stereotypes originate and are reinforced over time. Stereotypes are often …
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  • Understanding Stereotypes - … truth about stereotypes," Psychology Today, May/June 98.) In this lesson, students will confront age-related stereotypes, explore how stereotyping impacts their lives … the lesson is to get students thinking about common stereotypes; in this case, stereotypes associated with "teenagers" and the "elderly." Ask students … heads - stereotypes.) Note that stereotypes can be either positive or negative but that in a sense, stereotypes are always problematic. Even if stereotypes lead …
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  • Breaking the Muslim Monolith: Exploring Stereotypes - Breaking the Muslim Monolith: Exploring Stereotypes Overview Students will learn about stereotypes associated with Muslims and then stereotypes associated with groups in their … , or uncritical judgment.) How are we each impacted by stereotypes? How might stereotypes affect how we view the world? Earlier we discussed … you think people stereotype others? Are stereotypes always a negative thing? Why are stereotypes sometimes humorous? What are ways to combat stereotypes? Based on …
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  • Understanding Stereotypes - … stereotypes listed? Be aware that the students may have listed good and bad adjectives, many stereotypes for different groups, or the same stereotypes for different groups. Where have you seen these stereotypes portrayed? television programs, movies, magazines, books? How do you think a stereotype
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  • A Rose by Any Other Name? - … : This lesson embraces a potentially sensitive subject: stereotypes. Some words associated with negative stereotypes may be used in class as an academic … , presentation/skit, or video that addresses stereotypical as well as accurate representations of their stereotyped group, using images and/or sound bites … and completion and publication of the culminating project on confronting stereotypes. Vocabulary: Stereotypes, zealots, outsize, dissects, lampoons, gannered, darkly, extol, deprived, pious …
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  • Behind the Scenes * Closing the Curtain on Stereotypes - … of stereotypes. define or give examples of 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 …
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  • Lesson: "Bursting" Stereotypes - … or that all women ____ ? What is a stereotype? Write the word stereotype on the chalkboard or chart. Ask students if they … two that can be incorporated into this lesson: Stereotype Busters (Grades 3-8) Understanding Stereotypes (Grades 7-12) Assessment Students will write … activity. They should include specific examples of stereotypes and explain why they believe those stereotypes are wrong. Lesson Plan Source Education World …
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  • Fair Game? - … games, etc.) Why do stereotypes exist? What other stereotypes exist? Why are gender stereotypes "acceptable"? Are all stereotypes harmful? Are all stereotypes inaccurate? 3. Read … stereotypes about males and females exist in our society? - Where might children learn stereotypical behavior? - How might toys perpetuate these stereotypes? - What other stereotypes exist in our society? - What makes a stereotype "acceptable" - How …
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  • Take Me Out Of The Box: Revealing Stereotypes - … define the term "stereotype", explain how stereotypes can detract from a safe and caring community and disprove at least one stereotype. Instructional Procedures … through one of the stereotypes identified in the class activity. Rubric: Acrostic Poem (Breaking Through Stereotypes) Bibliography: "The Stereotype Trap" in READ 1993, Weekly Reader Corporation, vol.43, no. 1. DiscoverySchool.com, "Understanding Stereotypes", Tara Brown …
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