Presentation on theme: "Social Development Racial Issues Lesson 1 6th Grade1."— Presentation transcript:
Social Development Racial Issues Lesson 1 6th Grade1
What do you think about this statement? Making a decision about a person or group of people without really knowing them is unkind and unfair. 6th Grade2 What could cause you to make decisions about people?
Racial Issues Racism- hatred of one person by another due to their race or culture. What are some basic examples of Racism? – Name calling – Bullying – Slurs – Discrimination-Isolation 6th Grade3
4 Genocide The act and intent to deliberately and systematically destroy an entire people. Bias Motivated Violence Individual: Murder Rape Assault Community: Arson Terrorism Vandalism Discrimination Economic Employment Educational Political Housing Segregation Individual Acts of Prejudice BullyingName CallingSlurs Ridicule Social Avoidance De humanization Bias StereotypingInsensitive RemarksBelittling Jokes Noninclusive Language Pyramid Of Hate
What Can You Do? What can you do if you encounter racism? – Speak up – Be educated about other cultures – Don’t make assumptions/Get to know people – Include everyone to join your groups/friends 6th Grade5
6 STOP HERE This is the end of Racial Issues Lesson 1
Gang Issues Lesson 2 6th Grade7
Gangs A Gang is a group of people who often use violence or intimidation tactics. It can be tempting to join a gang because some people feel secure, a sense of family, loyalty, and protection. Gangs can be dangerous and often YOU have to do something violent to become a part of it. In some gangs, members may have to vandalize, steal, assault, and possibly sell drugs. 6th Grade8
Avoiding Gangs Tell and adult if you are approached by a gang member Be clear to others that you are not interested in joining a gang Stay away from areas where gangs hang out 6th Grade9
Join a sports team or club Volunteer with a neighborhood watch group Coach a sports team for younger teams Get involved in your community 6th Grade10 Other Choices Besides Gangs..