Challenging stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination
When students consider their attitude and behaviour towards diversity, they are encouraged to identify similarities as well as differences. Learning to empathise with others, helps students to take responsibility to challenge prejudice and discrimination, where it is encountered. Any teaching resources available for this area of study will appear below.
A stimulating lesson that challenges negative attitudes towards immigrants, and looks at Britain's own inherited past.
Look at me
A practical communication lesson enabling students to empathise with people who have hearing problems.
Parkour is a skilled sport - not yobbish behaviour
A stimulating lesson that questions the difference between a dangerous activity and a sport and the exploration of Parkour being classified as a sport.
Perceptions of youth and old age
A team of young 'hoodies' take on a group of old 'codgers' in a hill race, with the Top Gear team using the stereotyped language of the media to describe them.
Young and homeless
An interactive and creative lesson that looks at the reasons why young people find themselves homeless.
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