Diversity

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Eighty-seven percent of people living in the United Kingdom identify as white, and some of those struggle to understand the importance of diversity in society. Scholars use presentations, discussions, and activities to address diversity in many forms, including race. The fourth lesson in a 12-part series highlights diversity in race, ethnicity, religion, culture, sexuality, and ability.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Connect the lesson to immigration, specifically attitudes versus facts about immigrants
Classroom Considerations

  • Site is based out of Great Britain and may include content applicable only to GB
  • Relies on prior understanding of both ethnicity and culture
  • Be aware of any food allergies prior to the first activity
Pros

  • Encourages everyone to fully participate in discussions and presentations
  • Includes a long list of extension ideas
Cons

  • None