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Tolerance
Tolerance
Tolerance
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Tolerance
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Tolerance

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  • 1. WHAT IS TOLERANCE? Tolerance means to tolerate or put up with differences. It means showing respect for the race, religion, age, gender, opinions, and ideologies of other people or groups. Tolerance can be shown in many ways. A person might fully disagree with others on any issue from religion to same sex marriage, while at the same time respecting those with different opinions and treating them with dignity and respect. Disagreement alone does not equal intolerance.
  • 2. YOU SHOULD BE TOLERANT WITH THE REST OFPEOPLE TO LIVE IN HARMONY
  • 3. WAIT YOUR TURN
  • 4. LISTEN AND RESPECT PEOPLE´S OPINION,ALTHOUGH THEY HAVE A DIFFERENT POINT OFVIEW.
  • 5. TEACH WITH PATIENT WHEN SOMEONE NEEDSYOU
  • 6. INTERCHANGE IDEAS MAKING AGREEMENTS.
  • 7. GIVE THE CHANCE TO MEET PEOPLE ACCEPTINGTHEM WITH STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES.
  • 8. Activity• Write 3 example how you show tolerancein the classroom. (draw)

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