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‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Identifying Racism Lesson Objectives To identify different types of racism To evaluate ways that could reduce racism
‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police What Do We Know About Racism? In pairs write down at least 15 things that you know about or associate with racism. You must only put one word on each post it note.
‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police What Do We Know About Racism? Now you must group your words into a minimum of two categories. Can you give each category a label?
‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Additional words: Use the following words, to add to the collection of words you already have. Do you need to regroup your words, when you add these words? Name Calling Avoiding Someone Jokes about someone’s heritage Threatening someone Racist graffiti on someone’s house Not giving someone a job because of skin colour Avoiding someone because of their colour Ignoring someone because of their heritage
‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Watch the following clip… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8A9gvb5Fh0 How would you feel if that was you? Have we learnt lessons from her experiences?
‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Have we ever experienced racism in our own lives? Can we categorise these from the least serious to the most serious forms of racism?
The Pyramid of Hate This is used to show how there are foundations to racism. Does the order of racist incidents you categorised fit in with the pyramid? What will happen if you take away the foundations? Or less serious aspects of the pyramid?
‘Prevent’ Teaching and Learning Resource © Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Cleveland Police Task 1.Produce an advert to be published in a newspaper highlighting the issue of racism and identifying ways in which we can overcome racism. 2.Write a speech to be read at a Show Racism The Red Card meeting. In your speech, you must explain what racism is and the forms it can take. Explain how racism can make people feel and highlight ways in which we can overcome racism. 3.Create a poem about racism. You must give examples of forms of racism, explain the impact on peoples lives that racism can have and suggest possible ways that we can overcome racism.
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