Prejudice and Stereotypes - scott.k12.ky.us

Prejudice and Stereotypes - scott.k12.ky.us

Prejudice and Stereotypes Choose your apprentice You are Donald Trump on The Apprentice You need to hire an engineer to set up life on the moon! Its a big, challenging job that will make history. It needs the right apprentice - someone with resilience, determination, engineering expertise and great people skills! Choose your apprentice

Line up the cards in front of you - that is your apprentice line up. Each time I reveal a layer of information about each apprentice, you need to fire one person by removing them from your line up. Who will you fire and hire? Choose your apprentice The apprentices Fire one now so you have six remaining Ali Patrick Jamie David Adriana Hannah

Delroy Choose your apprentice Fire one now so you have five remaining Ali Abdul Patrick Murphy Jamie Small David Campbell Adriana Carboni Hannah Mann

Delroy Bailey Choose your apprentice Fire one now so you have four remaining Ali Abdul Patrick Murphy Jamie Small David Campbell Adriana Carboni Hannah Mann

Delroy Bailey Choose your apprentice Fire one now so you have three remaining Ali Abdul Heterosexual Patrick Murphy Gay Jamie Small David Campbell Adriana Carboni

Hannah Mann Lesbian Heterosexual Heterosexual Heterosexual Delroy Bailey Heterosexual Choose your apprentice Fire one now so you have two remaining Ali Abdul Patrick

Murphy Jamie Small David Campbell Adriana Carboni Hannah Mann Delroy Bailey Physically fit but wears glasses

Physically and mentally fit Physically fit and mentally fit Physically disabled, mentally fit Physically and mentally fit Pregnant, physically & mentally fit Physically

fit but suffers anxiety Choose your apprentice Fire one now so you have one remaining Ali Abdul Patrick Murphy Jamie Small David Campbell Adriana Carboni Hannah Mann

Delroy Bailey Ex-Army Entrepreneur / business man Firewoman Doctor of engineering Engineer and project manager Army Engineer

graduate engineering officer Who was your choice? What choice did you make? Are you pleased with your hired apprentice? Would you have made a different decision if you had the qualifications information first? What is wrong with judging people with such little information? What do you think influenced your decisions? Do you think people often judge people like this in our everyday life?

What could be the consequences of pre-judging people? Define these terms in your own words 1. Discrimination 2. Prejudice 3. Stereotypes 4. Racism Word Wall Discrimination: the unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things, especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex. Prejudice: Preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience, for example, women are not as smart as men. Stereotypes: A widely held but oversimplified idea about the qualities or behaviour of a certain group of people, for example all Black people can dance. Stereotypes can be linked to physical features, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic background, etc. Racism: the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races. Stereotypes and prejudice

It is wrong to judge people based on their identity and can have negative consequences. This lesson we will be exploring stereotypes and prejudice. Todays lesson outcomes: Understand that people have negative attitudes and what is meant by prejudice and stereotypes. Be able to recognise my own and others stereotypical and prejudicial attitudes. Be aware of the negative consequences of prejudice and stereotypes.

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