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Class: CRE101Assignment: Discrimination Lesson1. Why did the teacher in this video conduct her experiment?To educate the kids on discrimination and how does on the receiving end feels. To teachthe kids that everyone should be treated like they would love to be treated regardless of theircolors.2. What were some of the restrictions placed upon the inferior group in the experiment?Blue eye people were on top from the first day; they were the better people, blue-eyedpeople are smarter than brown eye people. The blue-eyed people get five extra minutes of recesswhile the brown-eyed people had to stay in class. The brown-eyed people didn't get to use thedrinking fountain; they had to use the paper cups. The brown-eyed people were not to play withthe blue-eyed people on the playground because they were not as good as blue-eyed people. Thebrown-eyed people were asked to wear colors, so they could tell from a distance what colorstheir eyes were. Blue-eyed people went to lunch first, and no brown-eyed people were allowed togo back for seconds, but blue-eyed people were allowed. The next day of class, the experimentwas the other way around, the brown-eyed people were the better ones, and the blue-eyed werethe dumb ones. They switched colors and get all the good benefits.3. Why did the academic progress for the individual groups change from one day to the next?
On the second day of the experiment, the brown-eyed people that were told were thesmartest and better started performing better academically than the blue-eyed that were told theywere the less smarted and better. The reason behind the academic progress change was becausethey felt better and was able to think smarter than they did on the first day when they were theless smart and better. Also, they could think as well when they had the colors on. The people