Lessons for Discrimination

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  • Discover the Roots of a Polynomial Function - … formula, the radicand b2- 4ac is called the discriminant of the equation. The discriminant tells the nature of the roots of a … formula, the radicand b2- 4ac is called the discriminant of the equation. The discriminant tells the nature of the roots of a … formula, the radicand b2- 4ac is called the discriminant of the equation. The discriminant tells the nature of the roots of a … formula, the radicand b2- 4ac is called the discriminant of the equation. The discriminant tells the nature of the roots of a …
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  • Civil Rights Movement - … Objectives Students will experience what discrimination is like and be able to brainstorm ways to end discrimination. This will lead into discussions … how they felt when they were being discriminated against. Have them brainstorm ways to combat discrimination and list them on the board … been guilty of discriminating against someone. What could they do to change this? What are other ways that discrimination has affected the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Taking a Stand - … . Lesson Summary Overview This lesson provides an introduction to the discrimination and segregation that triggered the Civil Rights movement, through the … origins of civil rights laws. Define racial discrimination and segregation. Identify examples of discrimination and segregation during the Civil Rights movement. Examine … formally guaranteed citizenship rights for African Americans and prohibited racial discrimination. Help students understand that many of the rules we use …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Taking a Stand - … . Lesson Summary Overview This lesson provides an introduction to the discrimination and segregation that triggered the Civil Rights movement, through the … origins of civil rights laws. Define racial discrimination and segregation. Identify examples of discrimination and segregation during the Civil Rights movement. Examine … formally guaranteed citizenship rights for African Americans and prohibited racial discrimination. Help students understand that many of the rules we use …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • A Case Study of Racial Prejudice and Discrimination - … for feelings of discrimination through role-play Before Exploring Ask students if they understand the terms prejudice, racism, and discrimination. Using a … . Ask them to provide specific examples of prejudice, racism, or discrimination that they have experienced or learned about. Outline the Opportunity … racial prejudice and discrimination from playing the Eyes game and examining the clips. Ask: How do you feel about discrimination? How do …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Separate Lives - … group to find one or two characteristics that commonly invite discrimination, either positive or negative. Have the groups brainstorm ways to … which apartheid emerged from negative discrimination based on certain characteristics. Has the end of apartheid changed this discrimination? In what ways? Further … be racist? Why or why not? - What is discrimination? - Are there times when discrimination can be good, or is it always bad …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • How To Combat Harassment And Discrimination - … combat harassment and discrimination. STANDARD: All students will be able to list strategies to overcome gender bias, stereotyping and discrimination. GRADE LEVEL … MATERIALS: articles about school or job discrimination as a teacher resource PROCEDURES: 1. Help students define discrimination and harassment. 2. Elicit from … harassment or a discrimination situation. HINTS: The teacher will need to paraphrase or summarize stories of harassment and discrimination since details are …
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  • Campaigns for Economic Freedom - … . Objectives Identify examples of racial discrimination in the workplace Analyze the economic implications of racial discrimination Identify and examine strategies for social … to the following: What were the economic implications of racial discrimination for African Americans? Give specific examples of discriminatory hiring practices … country? Describe some of the grassroots campaigns designed to eliminate discrimination, including the specific individuals involved, the strategies they used, and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Taking a Stand - … Lesson Standards Overview This lesson provides an introduction to the discrimination and segregation that triggered the Civil Rights movement, through the … origins of civil rights laws. Define racial discrimination and segregation. Identify examples of discrimination and segregation during the Civil Rights movement. Examine … formally guaranteed citizenship rights for African Americans and prohibited racial discrimination. Help students understand that many of the rules we use …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Anne Frank: Tiles - Discrimination Themes in Art Production - … design Intended Learning Outcomes: Students will examine/identify attitudes toward discrimination. Instructional Procedures: See preface material from 'Anne Frank in the … 's descriptions of acts of discrimination - actual discrimination by the Germans or Dutch against the Jews and perceived discrimination by Margot or her … feelings, the squares could memorialize a person who struggled against discrimination (Anne Frank, Jane Pittman, Cesar Chavez, Ryan White, and others …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
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