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View the PBS Frontline documentary A Class Divided. Discuss:Your views of the video and its messageYour views on any ethical issues that might be present in conducting this type of experiment with childrenYour views on what this video communicates about cultural sensitivity, lifestyle differences, and diversityDescribe why these considerations you discussed aboutA Class Dividedare important to psychological professionals making decisions in their line of work.An Iowa 3rdgrade teacher, Jane Elliott, wanted to make a difference. She wanted to let her students know what discrimination was all about. At the very beginning she speaks about “brotherhood”and the children immediately know their is a non-brotherhood with the blacks. She took everyday ordinary things and made one better than the other, i.e. blue eyes versus brown eyes. She wanted to get a point across that discrimination is not acceptable. Mrs. Elliott made a statement by proving that when you tell a person they suck or they are superior, they will act in that way. She used phonics card and the