Reflection: What’s Your FRAME?

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Encourage your class to recognize the diversity in the beliefs and backgrounds of their peers. Learners use the acronym FRAME to consider culture, background, and life experiences.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Consider designing a worksheet where learners identify the various components of their FRAMEs and can submit the worksheets to you individually. Then, take their responses and display them in such a way as to keep names private, but to have the class still see the diversity of the room
Pros

  • Offers a useful acronym that can be repeatedly referred to throughout the year when considering empathy, diversity, and point-of-view
Cons

  • While identifying the FRAME concept, the resource itself doesn't offer any particular activities or strategies for teaching. See teaching tips for suggested activities