We found 318 resources with the concept stereotypes
How To Be Socially and Emotionally Intelligent
Pre-K - 5th
Teach your elementary aged learners how to emotionally and socially intelligent. Use the resources in this collection to enhance social skills, teach youngsters to stand up against bullies, accept others, and provide ways for dealing with stress, anger, and everything in between. These resources serve value at the beginning of the school year, as well as anytime during the school year.
An Introduction to Gordon Allport’s The Nature of Prejudice
4 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
According to Gordon Allport, stereotypes are ingrained in the human brain as a way to reach quick conclusions. His 1979 text The Nature of Prejudice explains that people fill in the gaps of their knowledge with the clues around them,...
Speaking & Listening: 4th Grade ELA Common Core
Reinforce speaking and listening skills with a collection created for the fourth grade scholar in mind. Pupils take part in an assortment of lesson plans designed to meet Common Core's speaking and listening standards. Be sure to check out each resource, as most can be implemented at any time of the year, as well as the notes section to discover which standards the resource addresses.
Internet Safety: It's Elementary!
2nd - 5th
Keeping kids safe on the Internet gains importance by the day, and this five-part unit gives them a head start in their vigilance online. Each full lesson comes with everything needed to facilitate discussion about safe online talk, privacy, cyberbullying, and even stereotypes. Take the discussion as far as your students need—it will lead itself with these fantastic activities!
What Are the Possible Causes of Cultural Misunderstanding?
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Why do cultural misunderstandings happen? What causes stereotypes, and what is dangerous about them? After viewing some possible explanations to these questions provided by young adults around the world, your learners will discuss how...