Lessons for Discrimination

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  • Hate Crimes - … prejudice and discrimination. 2. To see how multiple forms of discrimination work often together against people. 3. To understand institutionalized discrimination, as opposed … , despite laws prohibiting such discrimination against women, is informal discrimination. Anti-miscegenation laws, on the other hand, were formal discrimination. Ask the students to give examples of contemporary institutionalized discrimination, formal …
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  • Discriminating Issues - … a variety of types of discrimination, and then write editorials analyzing legal and social positions on discrimination in the United States. Author … Ms. Robichaud's discrimination case to other types of discrimination they learned about; consider how different types of discrimination are treated by the … to prevent this type of discrimination? -Who are the spokespeople speaking out against this type of discrimination? (Are there nationally recognized people …
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  • Discrimination - … : Discrimination Lesson ideas Graphic of Discrimination Outcomes Spotlight Students examine the concept of discrimination and explore the difference between appropriate and harmful discrimination. Students … acts of discrimination is potentially harmful to other people. Socially harmful discrimination Ask students to identify other appropriate ways that they discriminate in their daily lives. Then proceed to explore types of harmful discrimination
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  • Decisions that Changed Our Lives: A Look at the African American Quest for Freedom and Rights - … others to fight racial discrimination. Not very compelling. Does not adequately explain why people should fight racial discrimination. Inaccurately describes the philosophy … ended institutionalized discrimination. However, many people are still subjected to racism and discrimination. Ask students to describe a recent example of discrimination and prejudice. For example, students may talk about how people discriminated against …
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  • Eyes Worldwide on the Prize - … why not? -How would you define discrimination? In what ways are people discriminated against? Where does such discrimination take place? 2. As a … regions, historical periods, or forms of discrimination, but the following are suggested current examples of global discrimination and corresponding online resources: -Muslim … each a topic of global discrimination to investigate. Groups spend 25 to 30 minutes researching their discrimination cases, using the following questions …
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  • The Skinny on Sororities - … between membership exclusivity and illegal discrimination in private organizations by examining a recent case of alleged discrimination in a college sorority. Author … this process lead to some types of discrimination? -Are there some recruitment situations in which discrimination might be reasonable? GROUP 1: -Look … current discrimination law. What types of discrimination are illegal and what types are legal? Include in your poster examples of recent discrimination cases …
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  • Courage to Be You (7th Grade) - … discrimination and articulate the similarity between feeling like a stranger and feeling discrimination. identify and discuss ways to reduce or eliminate discrimination in … contribute to a wall display of people that have overcome discrimination and become philanthropists. Materials: Learner copies of Attachment One: Personal … them briefly discuss similarities and differences between the concepts of discrimination and stranger. (Teacher Note: While the groups are discussing these …
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  • Malaysia crackdown on ethnic Indians - … topics and partners frequently. 3. RACIAL DISCRIMINATION: Talk to your partner(s) about racial discrimination. Does it exist in the following? What … groups in your country suffer the most from discrimination? f) Are you wholly discrimination free? g) Is there a section of your … ? 4. DISCRIMINATION: Write a magazine article about the effects of discrimination on a family. Include imaginary interviews with someone who discriminates against ethnic …
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  • Coming to America - … be followed by a class discussion on what the discrimination was/who was discriminated against. Then, the teacher will pass out a … 1 Class Period Concept: Discrimination- Extending and Refining - Abstraction Activities: Class Discussion, short essay on discrimination Strategies: Brainstorming Assessment: Discrimination Essay - rubric Description … errors. No graphs or charts. DISCRIMINATION ESSAY #3 4 Both the group and the type of discrimination are discussed in detail. Students …
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  • Labor Law - Women in the Workplace - … you think discrimination means? • Can you think of a time when you were discriminated against? • On what basis was the discrimination based? Was … of discrimination and harassment exist? $ What more might one need to learn about discrimination in this area? $ How can we overcome discrimination in … victims in the workplace? Who else is discriminated against? (This may raise issues relating to discrimination against students, who are often taken …
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