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1 Lets play... Snakes & Ladders! The game of racism, migration and xenophobia...

2 Angeliki Karamatsouki Vocational High School Teacher

3 The Game!

4 Throw the dice... Follow the numbers... To continue… –Give a correct answer or –Play a role, pantomime, etc Whenever you hit a snake or slide… you slide down (!&%&*)... Whenever you hit a ladder… you go up! Rules of the game...

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6 Space 1: question What is the definition of immigrant? One that moves from one region to another by chance, instinct, or plan. An itinerant worker who travels from one area to another in search of work. Throw the dice to continue... Answer

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8 Space 2: matching Match people with occupations What do you notice? Α) Office administrator Β) Nurse Γ) Worker Δ) Teacher Nurse! Worker Teacher Office administrator Throw the dice to continue... Answer!

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10 Space 3: question Use the Human Rights card and read the following story: On October 1999, Pantelis Kazakos, a local shooter, was hanging around in the center of Athens shooting foreigners without any reason… Two of his victims survived seriously injured. Tomi, from Ghana, even today has a bullet into his body. Timothy, from Nigeria, finds it difficult to walk - he lives with 3 bullets in his backbone. In general, their life gets worse every day. The media did not pay much attention because they were foreigners. Name the categories of human rights that are broken Throw the dice to continue...

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12 Space 5: convince You have 1 minute to convince the audience that: «Gypsies are true European People» The game committee will tell you how many spaces you will move

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14 Space 6: What is the theme of the Pantelis Voulgariss film Brides? Throw the dice to continue...

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16 Space 7: Role play – «Michael and Maria» Choose the pink card and play the role You will need a volunteer... What do you notice through this game? The game committee will tell you how many spaces you will move

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18 Space 8: a critical incident scene one Take the blue card and play scene one… You will need a volunteer Move to Space 10

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20 Space 9: question How many are the immigrants throughout the world? Help Α) Β) C) D)

21 Space 9: question How many are the immigrants throughout the world? I think... C... Help Α) Β) C) D)

22 Space 9: question How many are the immigrants throughout the world? Help Β) C)

23 Space 9: question How many are the immigrants throughout the world? Ask your classmates! Help Α) Β) C) D)

24 Space 9: question How many are the immigrants throughout the world? Wrong Answer!! Move 2 spaces backwards

25 Space 9: question How many are the immigrants throughout the world? Congratulations!! Move 5 spaces ahead!

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27 Space 10: a critical incident scene two Move to Space 8 If you have been there before… Take the blue card and play scene two… You will need a volunteer Move to Space 13

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29 Space 11: question What is the number of immigrants in Greece? (census 2001) Help Α) Β) C) D)

30 Space 11: question What is the number of immigrants in Greece? (census 2001) Help I dont know... Α) Β) C) D)

31 Space 11: question What is the number of immigrants in Greece? (census 2001) Help Α) C)

32 Space 11: question What is the number of immigrants in Greece? (census 2001) Help Ask your classmates! Α) Β) C) D)

33 Space 11: question What is the number of immigrants in Greece? (census 2001) Wrong answer!! Move 2 spaces backwards

34 Space 11: question What is the number of immigrants in Greece? (census 2001) Correct!! Move 3 spaces ahead!

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36 Space 12: upsss You are so unlucky!! Throw the dice to continue!

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38 Space 13: a critical incident scene three Move to Space 8 If you have been there before… Take the blue card and play scene three… You will need a volunteer … The game committee will tell you how many spaces you will move

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40 Space 14: comics You have 1 minute to imagine the dialogues Throw the dice to continue...

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42 Space 16: jokes about Greeks – stereotypes Why do Greeks wear Gold neck-jewelries; Why do Greek teenagers have a moustache? What is the month that the Greeks eat less? How does it feels to be victim of stereotyping? Do you know any Greek jokes about other nations? Throw the dice to continue... In order to see where to stop shaving their face!! So that they look like their mother!! Answer February!! Answer

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44 Space 17: about children Throw the dice to continue... Children as victims of racism – concentration camps during World War II Write down the first 3 words that come in your mind when seeing the following pictures

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46 Space 18: titles Think of a caption… Throw the dice to continue...

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48 Space 19: Your lucky day!! Throw the dice and move ahead...

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50 Space 20: Lucky you!! Move 3 spaces ahead...

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52 Space 21: Tough luck! Throw the dice to move BACK!

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54 Space 23: Labeling Match the nations with the labels They drink beer all day They work very hard They have whales for dinner They are very polite They are technologically advanced They take too many photos How do you know? Have you ever met someone from Iceland, Africa etc? Throw the dice to continue... Frenchman Germans Icelanders Japanese Chinese Africans

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56 Space 24: question Give the definition of refugee A refugee is a person seeking asylum in a foreign country in order to escape persecution, war, terrorism, extreme poverty, famines and natural disaster. Some regional legal instruments further include those seeking to escape generalized violence in the definition of a refugee. Throw the dice to continue... Answer

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58 Space 25: what is the real cost of a sport shoe? A Sport Shoe made in Indonesia Workers in contract factories in Indonesia earn around 42 a month. Workers cannot afford to have their children with them and must leave them with relatives in their home villages, only seeing them once a month! Workers have been poisoned by toxic glues and solvents used in the manufacturing of shoes. They often work hours a week and are punished if they dont reach extremely high quotas. Companies make a huge profit and could easily afford decent payments and working conditions in their factories. Throw the dice to continue... Answer

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60 Space 26: What they say about... «they take our jobs!» «they are not our people!» «they are dirty» Throw the dice to continue... Answer Greeks about immigrants in Greece, Germans about immigrants in Germany, Italians about immigrants in Italy, Americans about immigrants in their country ….! What do you notice through this game?

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62 Space 29: brainstorming Write down a phrase reflecting the following images Throw the dice to continue...

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64 Space 30: translation Translate the following phrase... What does it really mean? Throw the dice to continue... It sounds greek to me!

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66 Space 31: pictionary Choose a word from the white card You may draw on the board, but may not talk! You may not draw letters or numbers Your classmates try to guess the word within 20 seconds If they guess the word, move 3 spaces ahead If they dont, move 3 spaces backwards

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68 Space 32: Black and White Write down some nouns that come in to your mind when you hear the word «black». Move 4 spaces ahead

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70 Space 33: Lucky you! If you hit a snake you do not have to slide down! Throw the dice to continue...

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72 Space 35a: Greek music? Listen to the songs and decide whether they are Greek Is music local or universal??? Pumpkin And Honey Bunny – Misirlou – Greek music Answer

73 Space 35b: Greek music? Listen to the songs and decide whether they are Greek Is music local or universal??? Answer Gala – Faraway – it has been translated in Greek Throw the dice to continue...

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75 Space 36: Black and White Write down some nouns that come in to your mind when you hear the word «white». Compare your answers with the black ones. It seems, that our culture assigns good things to white and bad things to black. Discuss it with your classmates. Throw the dice to continue...

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77 Space 37: examples Give an example from your everyday life which reflects the following sentence: All animals are equal… but some animals are more equal than others George Orwell Animal Farm Throw the dice to continue...

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79 Space 38: question Name 3 movies which deal with racism or some kind of discrimination. Throw the dice to continue...

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81 Space 39: singers Name 3 famous immigrant singers of your country Throw the dice to continue...

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83 Space 40: deal Lets play deal! Pick up the briefcase which includes the biggest amount of money Which is the briefcase which seems to have the biggest amount? Why? EnglandUSAEthiopia

84 Space 40: deal EnglandUSAEthiopia Throw the dice to continue... What do you notice through this game?

85 Space 40: deal EnglandUSAEthiopia

86 Space 40: deal EnglandUSAEthiopia

87 Space 40: deal Sorry, no bonus!!! You will move only 1 space. What do you notice through this game? EnglandUSAEthiopia

88 Space 40: deal Throw the dice to continue Congratulations!!! What do you notice through this game? EnglandUSAEthiopia

89 Space 40: deal EnglandUSAEthiopia

90 Space 40: deal EnglandUSAEthiopia

91 Space 40: deal Throw the dice to continue What do you notice through this game? EnglandUSAEthiopia

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93 Space 41: taboo Pick up the red cards Try to make your classmates imagine as many words as possible in 1 minute You may NOT say any part of the word, nor any of the words included in the card You may only use speech; gestures, sounds (e.g. barking), or drawings are NOT allowed Which words were difficult to describe? Move 1 space forward for every guess Move 1 space backwards for every false guess

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95 5 fill in the following application Space 42 Help

96 Application in... Chinese? You got an idea how it feels to try to fill an application in a foreign language. Throw the dice to continue... %^&$#%^ & ^&*(%^&

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98 Space 43: racist songs? Listen to the song, read the following lyrics and decide! Guess I needed Sometime to get away I needed some peace of mind Some peace of mind that'll stay So I thumbed it Down to sixth and L.A. Maybe your greyhound Could be my way Police and niggers That's right Get out of my way Don't need to buy none of your Goldchains today I don't need no bracelets Clamped in front of my back Just need my ticket till then Won't you cut me some slack You're one in a million Yeah, that's what you are You're one in a million, babe You are a shooting star Maybe someday we'll see you Before you make us cry You know we tried to reach you But you were much to high Much to high Much to high Much to high Immigrants and faggots They make no sense to me They come to our country And think they'll do as they please Like start some mini Iran Or spread some fucking disease They talk so many goddamn ways It's all greek to me Well some say I'm lazy And others say that's just me Some say I'm crazy I guess I'll always be But it's been such a long time Since I knew right from wrong It's all the means to an end, I, I keep on movin' along Radicals and racists Don't point your finger at me I'm a small town white boy Just tryin' to make ends meet Don't need your religion Don't watch that much TV Just makin' my livin', baby, Well that's enough for me Throw the dice to continue... Racist song!! Answer

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100 Space 45: stereotyping Write 3 words in the internal circle which you feel reflect your age Write 3 words in the external circle which adults use when talking about you and your age What do you notice through this game? The others Us Throw the dice to continue...

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102 Space 46: Olympic champions Do you recognize any Olympic champions in the following list? Pyrros Dimas Charalampos Taiganidis Anthi Karagianni Nikos Kaklamanakis Maria Kalpakidou Charalampos Taiganidis, winner of 2 gold and 1 silver medal, Athens 2004 Paralympics, with 4 world records; one of the most successful athletes Anthi Karagianni, winner of 3 silver medals in the Athens 2004 Paralympics. Maria Kalpakidou, winner of bronze metal in Sydney 2000 Paralympics, and silver medal Athens 2004 Paralympics. What do you notice? Why? Throw the dice to continue... Answers

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104 Space 47: racist songs? Listen to the song, read the following lyrics and decide! People are people So why should it be You and I should get along so awfully People are people So why should it be You and I should get along so awfully So were different colours And were different creeds And different people Have different needs Its obvious you hate me Though Ive done nothing wrong Ive never even met you So what could I have done I cant understand What makes a man Hate another man Help me understand People are people So why should it be You and I should get along so awfully People are people So why should it be You and I should get along so awfully Help me understand Help me understand Now youre punching And youre kicking And youre shouting at me And Im relying on your common decency So far it hasnt surfaced But Im sure it exists It just takes a while to travel From your head to your fist (head to your fists) I cant understand what makes a man Hate another man Help me understand People are people So why should it be You and I should get along so awfully People are people So why should it be You and I should get along so awfully I cant understand What makes a man Hate another man Help me understand I cant understand What makes a man Hate another man Help me understand I cant understand What makes a man Hate another man I cant understand (people are people) What makes a man (why should it be) Hate another man Help me understand... Throw the dice to continue... Anti - racist!! Answer

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106 Space 48: What do the following movies have in common? American History X (US, 1998) The believer (US, 2001) Borat (US, 2006) Something New (US, 2006) Crash (US, 2005) Guess Who (US, 2005) Throw the dice to continue... Answer They are anti-racist!!

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108 Space 49: Lets speak Greek!! Translate the following phrases... These are everyday expressions that Greek immigrants use: I made them salad Are you working me? You changed my lights Welcome my eyes the two! To say the figs figs and the tub tub! You will eat wood Do these expressions make any sense in English? Can you imagine the reaction of non-Greek people? Do languages reflect a country culture? Throw the dice to continue... I messed up!! Are you kidding? You drove me crazy! To speak the truth! I will beat you up! Look whos here!! Answer

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110 Space 50: the other side… Upon arriving in the USA, they put them under quarantine, then forced them into several medical tests and interrogations. Those who managed to pass these tests were hired with very low salaries, to do hazardous jobs that Americans were not willing to take Who is this text about? Throw the dice to continue... Answer About Greek immigrants in USA, Dirty Greeks!!! Could it be that we also have the same feelings against other nations?

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112 Space 51: question Which European country do you think was the most popular destination for Greek immigrants? Throw the dice to continue... Answers

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114 Space 53: question Throw the dice to continue... Can you tell the Greeks in the following pictures? Discuss this in comparison with space 50… Answers All

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116 Space 54: which of the following fruits comes from Greece? Kiwi Strawberry Watermelon Tangerine Kiwi comes from China! Strawberry originates from Chile. Watermelon comes from South Africa. There are claims that tangerine originated in China 3000 years ago. What would you miss if products from other countries were not available today? Throw the dice to continue... Answer

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118 Space 55 Lucky Dice! Throw the dice to continue...

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120 Space 56: Bad luck!! Move 2 space backward!

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122 Space 57: comics Throw the dice to continue... Imagine the dialogs time: 1 minute Can you think of any friends of yours who would react in the same way?

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124 Space 59: Can you spot Colombia on the map? Throw the dice to continue... Answer What would the world miss if Colombia was never discovered? Potatoes Popcorn Coffee Tomato What does Colombia produce?

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126 Space 60: think of a caption... Throw the dice to continue...

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128 Space 62: What is discrimination? What types of discrimination are you aware of? Gender Discrimination Age Discrimination Race Discrimination Language Discrimination Employment Discrimination... Throw the dice to continue... Answers

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130 Space 63: pantomime Take one green card Act out a word or phrase (title of a movie) by pantomiming No sounds or lip movements are allowed. Classmates guess the word or phrase For every successful word / phrase move one space forward For every unsuccessful word / phrase move one space backwards

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132 Space 64: music Listen to the music Find out the origin of the music Do you like any foreign music? Throw the dice to continue...

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134 Space 65: pictionary Choose a word from the white card You may draw on the board, but may not talk! You may not draw letters or numbers Your classmates try to guess the word within 20 seconds If they guess the word, go 3 steps ahead If they dont, go 3 steps back

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136 Space 66: taboo Pick up the red cards Players attempts to prompt his or her classmates to guess as many keywords as possible in the allotted time. The player may NOT say a part of a "taboo" word. The player may only use speech; gestures, sounds (e.g. barking), or drawings are not allowed Which words were difficult to describe? Move 1 step forward for every guess Move 1 step backward for every false guess

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138 NNOOOOOOOOO!!!! just one space before the end!!! After sliding move one space backwards! Space 67

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140 Space 68: the last space!! Fair play until here! You deserve a space forward...

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142 Congratulations!!!!!!

143 Evaluation Answer the questionnaire that was given to you Find more information… Homework EXIT


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