Ste Reo Type

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Ste Reo Type

  1. 1. ste·reo·type
  2. 2. ste·reo·type plural ste·reo·types [count] : an often unfair and untrue belief that many people have about all people or things with a particular characteristic Dictionary and Thesaurus - Merriam-Webster Online. Web. 06 May 2011. <http: //www.merriam-webster.com/>.
  3. 3. ste·reo·type something agreeing with a pattern; especially : an idea that many people have about a thing or a group and that may often be untrue or only partly true Dictionary and Thesaurus - Merriam-Webster Online. Web. 06 May 2011. <http: //www.merriam-webster.com/>.
  4. 4. Profession Stereotypes
  5. 5. Librarian
  6. 6. P.E. Teacher
  7. 7. Racial and ethnic stereotyping From the Office “Diversity Day” Michael Scott has many ludicrous Ideas http://www.tbs.com/video/index.jsp?oid=156488&eref=sharethisUrl
  8. 8. Gender Stereotypes Differences between Men and WomenOn Friends http://youtu.be/iGoC8FTLKSI
  9. 9. Webbs enduring understandingsYou are More than a stereotype Integrity is a cornerstone of a flourishing life and community Learning is an enjoyable and ongoing process Respect for self and others are essential to a harmonious society Self-discipline and autonomy are essential to success Each person has unique gifts and capacities and a responsibility to develop them Each person shares the responsibility and honor of serving others
  10. 10. Respecting Differences Unites Us“To be one, to be united is a great thing. But torespect the right to be different is maybe evengreater.” Unknown“We all should know that diversity makes for arich tapestry, and we must understand that all thethreads of the tapestry are equal in value nomatter what their color.” Maya Angelou

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