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class divided discussion ppt

class divided discussion ppt - people from other races and...

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 2/16/11 What did you learn? Did any part of the film surprise  you?  In the video, Ms. Elliot worked with the salience  principle to change what was to be the basis of  prejudice and discrimination (brown eyes vs. blue  eyes). In her third grade classroom, which of the  theories of prejudice best explains the children's  actions, frustration/scapegoat or the authoritarian  personality?  How did the negative and positive labels placed on a  group become self-fulfilling prophecies? How was  this reflected in the test scores? Discussion of “A Class Divided”
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 2/16/11 1. Make a commitment to become informed about 
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Unformatted text preview: people from other races and cultures. 2. If it is not your inclination to think about race, commit at least 1 day each month to thinking about how issues of racial prejudice and privilege might be affecting each person you come into contact with that day. 3. In your life, make a conscious effort to get to know people of other races. 4 . Make a point to raise your concerns about comments or actions that appear prejudicial, even if you are not the John Hope Franklin’s list of 10 things you can do to promote racial reconciliation...
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