Lessons for Racism

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  • International Human Rights Day - … Human Rights Day Focus on the media Theme: International racism and anti-racism - Stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination Key Learning Area: English - Studies … No © Conference of Education Systems Chief Executive Officers Way! 2000 Racism, No Way! This page: /classroom/lesson_ideas/20051031_80.html is proudly designed and programmed by Social Change NSW Racism, No way! is an Australian anti-racism Online. Department of education initiative managed by …
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  • What Is Prejudice? - … identify how acts of philanthropy worked to defeat bias, prejudice, racism or stereotyping. Duration: Two Fifty Minute Class Periods Objectives: The learner will: define the vocabulary words bias, prejudice, stereotype and racism and give an example of each. identify various groups who … them any instance they know of that would demonstrate bias, racism, prejudice or stereotype. Have the students write these examples on …
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  • Difficult Days - … introductory activity, students browse the site to find examples of racism, discrimination, and exploitation of Chinese immigrants from the 1880s to … the board: In Canadian immigration history, there are examples of racism, discrimination, and exploitation. Ensure that students understand the meaning of … term. Have students work in groups to share knowledge about racism, discrimination, and exploitation in Canada's past immigration policies. Conduct …
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  • A More Perfect Union: Examining Senator Obama's Speech - … :00 Area: Current Issues Grade Level: High School Topic: Race & Racism Description: Extended excerpts from Senator Obama's speech on race … and conservative commentators built entire careers unmasking bogus claims of racism while dismissing legitimate discussions of race injustice and inequality as mere political correctness or reverse racism. "Just as black anger often proved counterproductive, so have these …
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  • Interpreting the Imus Firestorm - … /or in American society; media and corporate responsibility for sexism, racism and homophobia. 3. Have students listened to or watched the … established that the airways can commercialize and mainstream sexism and racism." (, 4/13) Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of State: "This disgusting comment … worse, [for example], accusations against elected officials that poorly disguise racism, sexism and xenophobia. The failure of corporate owners and government …
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  • Chinatown, B.C. - … for the immigrants. Working conditions were difficult and dangerous, and racism was common. Chinese immigrants found solace and community among themselves … . This describes a main character (a Chinese immigrant boy) experiencing racism. Canadian Council for Geographic Education (www.ccge.org) Statistics Canada … their own Chinatowns. Student Activity Review and refresh memories about racism and the difficulties faced by Chinese immigrants. Recall guesses about …
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  • Maya Lin - Artist, Architect, Environmentalist - … Groups) 4. Students will orally define the word sexism and racism. (Cooperative Groups) 5. Students will display their completed artwork. (Cooperative … pictorial dictionary for following words: architecture, controversy, ethnic heritage, gender, racism, tactile, and Vietnam References: Palm Beach Post Tab http://www … sexual preference Heritage Something acquired or transmitted from an ancestor Racism The belief that race is the determining characteristic for all …
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  • Music: A Vehicle for Wartime Protest - … own protest songs, poetry, or art. Possible topics might include: racism, sexism, poverty, gang violence, drug abuse, etc. Remediation: Extra time … own protest songs, poetry, or art. Possible topics might include: racism, sexism, poverty, gang violence, drug abuse, etc. Extension:Extension: - Teachers … own protest songs, poetry, or art. Possible topics might include: racism, sexism, poverty, gang violence, drug abuse, etc. Remediation: Extra time …
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  • Tell About the South II: Poets and Prophets - Lillian Smith - … can be read and interpreted by various of the terms, racism, classism audiences. and sexism. * English II Viewing and Representing Content … . Day 3 (remaining 20 minutes): the teacher should then write "racism", "classism" and "sexism" on the board, and solicit definitions. Then … Dyson or Bell Hooks, and read about their theories concerning racism, classism and sexism. c. Independent review: Using the public library …
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  • To Kill a Mockingbird - … Prior Knowledge: Racism in the United States. Have students define the word "racism." Ask students whether they've enountered racism in their own … as in this country. Then discuss what they know about racism in the United States, both in the past and present. Also discuss the emotions and ideas that accompany racism, such as prejudice, bias, stereotyping, and fear. 2. Linking to …
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