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Transcript of THURSDAY 3.12.15
now with WODS, too!
The Book Thief
Let's finish up our work with this play. We will answer the last couple of questions and then move on!
Periods 6/7- we will finish the journal, discuss, read the article, "The Horrors of Nazi Germany," and then assign parts and read the play version of "The Book Thief"
Paper Bag Identity Activity
Let's look over this assignment. It will be assigned next Thursday and due the following Monday, the 23rd. However, now that you will know what is expected you can begin to think about it.
Yes, folks, it's time for another ONE MINUTE CHALLENGE!!!
please do not turn over your paper until you are directed to do so.
A stereotype is widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.
What are THREE stereotypes found in this school? Discuss with someone seated near you.
What are five characteristics associated with one of the stereotypes you wrote down? List them.
Let's discuss. Do all these characteristics necessarily match with every person the stereotype is applied to? Explain.
The Eye of the Storm
We will now watch a documentary about an
experiment a classroom teacher, Jane Elliott, performed with her third graders as a way to explore stereotyping and prejudice. In your packet, you will find a page titled, "A Class Divided." These are the questions we will answer while/after viewing the documentary.