DISCRIMINATION Lesson Plan
Liceul Tehnologic Octavian Goga Jibou, Romania
Teacher: Melinda Nagy
Age group: 12-14
Aims of the activity:
-Understand that some groups of people can be treated unfairly because of their characteristics.
-Understand what is meant by discrimination.
-Be able to identify negative and discriminatory behaviour
Values and attitudes:
-positive attitude towards equal treatment
-whiteboard, video projector, laptop, worksheets in ppt, online questionnaire, internet
-Observation of participants during the debate
-Feedback offered through discussions with participants
-Interpretation of the online questionnaire applied at the end of the activity
Description of activity:
Activity 1: Students work in group to define discrimination. They present their definitions and discuss them.
Activity 2: Forms of discrimination. With the aid of the slides, students discuss different forms of discrimination.
Activity 3: Teacher presents students various cases of discrimination and discuss them together based on the prepared questions.
Activity 4: Gender discrimination. Discussions about whether there are jobs only for women or only for men. Watching the video.
Activity 5: Poster creation for an anti-discrimination campaign (of their choice).
Discrimination lesson plan.docx
DISCRIMINATION Lesson Plan
Agrupamento de Escolas de Idães, Portugal
Teacher: Luís Pereira
Discrimination Class READINGFLIFE and CLIL.docx
Discrimination Class in idães
On Monday, 25th November, students from the 7th and 12th grades attended a conference on Discrimantion by Anna Barbosa representing NGO Empowerment Through Integration.
The 12th grade students involved had discussed and prepared a presentation for the 7th grade students before the conference.
On the 25th, they interacted with the speaker for some moments. She made them use critical thinking towards pre-conveyed ideas on discrimination and later they used Mentimeter app to express their view on the topic in one word.
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Soon we will report with pictures the lesson plan above.
HILSTAD SKOLE NORWAY
discrimination lesson plan.docx
Institut Consell de Cent, Barcelona (Catalonia), Spain
Teachers: Eva Garcia and Gemma Guim
Discrimination Lesson Plan (Institut Consell de Cent, Barcelona).pdf
OSNOVNA ŠOLA LITIJA
Lesson about discrimination.SLO