Lessons for Discrimination

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  • Supreme Court Nominee Sotomayor: What Role for Experience & Heritage? - … cases involving claims of discrimination." Of 96 cases, "Judge Sotomayor and the panel rejected the claim of discrimination roughly 78 times and agreed with the claim of discrimination 10 times...Of the 10 cases favoring claims of discrimination, 9 … get a case about discrimination, I have to think about people in my own family who suffered discrimination because of their ethnic …
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  • Respect for All Week: Additional Ideas - … other people. Ask, What are other examples of prejudice and discrimination? Elicit examples from several volunteers. Encourage the students to think … this exercise to explore stereotypes of older people. Prejudice and Discrimination (14 minutes) Explain that cultural differences can enrich our lives … not based on knowledge. Discrimination is action based on prejudice. Ask, students to share examples of prejudice and discrimination? Encourage them to …
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  • One World: Connecting Communities, Cultures, and Classrooms - … of the word discrimination (an unjust action, process, or system). This lesson will focus on the key concept that discrimination is often … progression from stereotyping through prejudice (review definitions with students) to discrimination (actions designed to exclude others unjustly). Stereotyping can be the … up against stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination against Arab Americans today? Extensions: Create a This Is Discrimination bulletin board using examples from newspapers …
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  • Women and Globalization - … disadvantage and discrimination. See Handout 1. 3. A summary/intro to The United Nations Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women … Handout 2 Disadvantages and Discrimination What is CEDAW? The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women is an … and how nations can combat such discrimation. The Convention defines discrimination against women as "...any distinction, exclusion or restriction made on …
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  • Commonwealth Racial Discrimination Act (1975) - … ) Resource Type: Handouts Stimulus Name: Commonwealth Racial Discrimination Act (1975) Graphic of Commonwealth Racial Discrimination Act (1975) Spotlight Outcomes Students will become … the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD). Worksheets to download Commonwealth Racial Discrimination Act (1975) (rtf File) Get a player … and international law HEREOC The Racial Discrimination Act Commonwealth RDA 1975-Whole Act Commonwealth Racial Discrimination Act (1975) fact sheet What is …
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  • Exploring Quadratic Functions - … hand. Ø solve quadratic equations with the quadratic formula. Ø use the discriminate to determine the number of real roots. SOL’S SATISFIED … .)1.34a² - 1.1a = -1.02 THE DISCRIMINANT OBJECTIVE: The students will use the discriminant to determine the number of real solutions … attached will assess the students understanding of the discriminant. NAME:____ THE DISCRIMINANT Use the discriminant: b² - 4ac to determine the number of …
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  • Racism: Law And Attitude - … 1. understand the difference between de facto and de jure discrimination in the United States, and 2. understand the challenges in … , hate groups, hate crimes, racial profiling, affirmative action, and employment discrimination. Once the class has generated a list of examples of … attitude). Slavery, segregation, and hate crimes are considered de jure discrimination because they are illegal. Hate groups, racist Web sites, and …
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  • Religious Expression in Public Schools - … privately initiated religious expression and activities from government interference and discrimination. [ 1 ] The First Amendment thus establishes certain limits on the … order and pedagogical restrictions on student activities, they may not discriminate against student prayer or religious speech in applying such rules … assembling as is given to other non-curricular groups, without discrimination because of the religious content of their expression. School authorities …
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  • Peace Begins with Me - … of a Dr. Seuss story, students identify bias, prejudice and discrimination. They brainstorm and practice skills that promote respect for diversity … expressing a prejudice. Discrimination = When people act on the basis of their prejudice or stereotypes they are discriminating. Discrimination may mean putting other … File) to formatively assess students' knowledge of stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination. Circulate and observe students as they are writing their sentences …
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  • Civil Wrongs « Terrain for Schools Curriculum Guide, Winter 2002 « Ecology Center - … , the foundation of our Republic, forbids it." + + + + Activity A: Picturing Discrimination Students will view a collection of photos and discern whether … to collect and disseminate info about discrimination and equality in voting and in laws. Title VI Discrimination by any programs receiving financial … to eliminate unlawful employment practices. This title prohibits employers from discriminating on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, and national …
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