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  • Not Just a Game
    By: The prejudice group
  • The Groups
    The blue eyed group=Privileged
    The brown eyed group= un-privileged
  • What happened
    • Brown eyed vs. blue eyed group
    • Do whatever they want
    • Brown eyed were not happy
    • Blue eyed over treated and brown eyed extremely angry
  • Reflections from our classmates:
    We received many reflections and here are some examples:
    Here are some answers from the un privileged group
    I felt like a dog on a leash
    I felt left out and under strict orders
    I thought that if this happens on a daily status I would be really mad
    I felt bossed around
    Here are some answers from the privileged group
    I felt over treated
    I felt kind of bad for the other group
    I felt really, really good
    I felt really bad for the un-privileged group because they were my friends
    I felt kind of embarrassed
  • Our Action Plan
    • Let 4th grade do simulation
    • Did it in 5BV
    • Instructions and reflections
    • Hope teachers like it
    • Think twice
  • 4th grade Participants
    • Special thanks
    • Students understood
    • Got to participate
    • Won’t discriminate
  • Should your looks and customs affect the way you’ re treated?Our beliefs and values impact prejudice. Don’t pre-judge.
    Remember, no prejudice!!!