In 'Other words' Writing Gently Humorous Essays About Stereotypes
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Define and understand what stereotypes are by reading an article with stereotyping in it. Young scholars will locate how it shows stereotyping and answer questions about the stereotypes. Finally, they will write their own pieces of original work.
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