3020 prejudice simulation1

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3020 prejudice simulation1

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

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