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  • Stereotypes September 20, 2007 Day 9
  • Plan for today
    • Review stereotypes vs. generalizations (11-11:10)
    • Watch and discuss scene in Auberge (11:10-11:30)
    • The Magic Box (11:30-12:15)
  • Stereotypes vs. Generalizations
  • L’auberge espanole
    • Add things to watch for with sound on and off
  • The Black Box
    • Choose an identity that is important to your sense of self, something you feel strongly about and write it on the card.
    • Tape the card to your shirt and circulate so everyone sees everyone else’s identity.
    • Now think of a stereotype associated with that identity and write it on another card.
    • Come back together in a circle.
  • The Black Box
    • Discuss what is bothersome about your stereotype? What kind of suffering has it caused? How do you feel about it?
    • Does anyone else know someone who negates this stereotype (you must have had direct contact with this person)?
  • The Black Box
    • How did you feel about this game?
    • How did you feel about getting rid of your stereotype?
    • How did you feel about attaching it to yourself?
    • How did you feel learning about other people’s experiences with their stereotypes?
  • Homework
    • Blog posting:
      • How do you think/hope this game will help you to change your thinking about stereotypes? Do you know other people who have been hurt by stereotypes against them? How?