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Lesson Plan 3 Identities
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Describe these babies
Describe these people
Lets discuss Why could you describe more things in the adults? What helped you describe the babies? What changes as they grow up? What things stay the same? Does one baby or adult deserve to be treated differently to others?
Identities – who you are Identities are a set of characteristics that define a person or a thing. Your identity is who you are. We are born with some of the things that make us who we are e.g. eye colour, race, gender etc. Others things develop and change over time e.g. personality, interests, beliefs etc. Todays learning outcomes: –Understand that identities are made up of different characteristics. –Be aware that our identities have many things in common, but differences too. –Be able to describe your own individual identity.
Guess who Gender (male or female): Female Age: 16 years Favourite hobby: Street dance Favourite TV programme: Eastenders Favourite food: Peanut butter and jam sandwiches Hair colour: Blonde Nationality: Scottish First and last letter of your name: L_ _ _ A
Guess who Gender (male or female): Male Age: 16 years Favourite hobby: Playing my guitar Favourite TV programme: Jersey Shore Favourite food: Curry Hair colour: Black Nationality: British First and last letter of your name: M_ _ K
Identities Identities are made up of lots of different characteristics and multiple layers i.e. religion, nationality, gender etc. There are lots of things that make us who we are! We are born with some of these things, but others develop over time. Is it fair to treat people unfairly just because of who they are e.g. black, white, gay, disabled, short, tall etc?
Different or the same? It is always important to get to know people. We can always find things we share in common. Often our first impressions are wrong. Whilst we share lots of characteristics in common, we should all be proud of our own unique identities. Our differences make us unique and special!
Plenary questions In pairs: 1.Name three characteristics that make up identity. 2.Name something new you have learnt about someone in your class.
What have we learnt? That identities are made up of different characteristics. That our identities have many things in common, but differences too. How to describe your own individual identity.