This social experiment will open your students’ eyes to the injustices that take place on a daily basis and why people need to be educated on these topics.
Are you reading The Outsiders, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Hate You Give, Dear Martin, or any other piece of literature dealing with tolerance, prejudices, racism, and stereotyping? Are you teaching these topics in your history class? This social experiment will open your students’ eyes to the injustices that take place on a daily basis and why people need to be educated on these topics.
We currently live in a world and country where social injustices, prejudices, and stereotyping take place on a daily basis. We see this occur in our daily lives, in school, in the news, on TV, and in the movies. The essential question is: Are prejudices and stereotypes affecting how we view people in our everyday lives at work, in the classroom, and in our community?
A full lesson with Common Core Standards
Pre-Lesson, Lesson, and Post Lesson Worksheets
3. Social Experiment Images; Google Slides Version Included
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