Stop Stereotyping Tutorial

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Stop Stereotyping Tutorial

This stop stereotyping tutorial was produced for Middle and High school students. Can be delivered in 1 hour or over a couple of sessions.

At the end of this session, students will be able to:

  • Identify their own values and use of stereotype
  • Be aware of stereotype, prejudice and discrimination
  • Identify labels and stereotypes
  • Identify stereotypical language

For more resources to stop stereotyping, visit:

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January 2018
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September 2014
This looks awesome, I am going to definitely present this to my young people. Keep up the good work, you make my life easy !!!
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April 2012
This looks great, I am going to use it to highlight the E&D and stereotying in beauty therapy, but will also share with my colleagues in hairdressing and hospitality. Many, many thanks, just what I have been looking for.
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March 2012
Wow brilliant resource thank-you
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September 2011
Really great resource, will be using this next week with my level 2 post 16 students. Thanks.
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January 2011
A really well thoughout, easy to use, interesting resource to be used before tackling equality and diversity. Helping students explore their own preconcieved ideas first is a great way to help them understand the value of E & D many thanks.
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December 2010
Thankyou! This is fab.
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October 2010
Excellent resources. Thanks
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May 2010
Brilliant thank you
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May 2010
I am so grateful to the author of this very useful resource. I work with disaffected teenagers who do themselves no favours by living up to their social stereotype whenever they are in public places. I am hoping this will be food for thought! Many thanks for sharing your skilled and detailed resources.
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April 2010
Have used this with my 16 - 19 year olds and have found that it created quite a discussion and a lot of reflection about their own values
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August 2009
Thanks for your time and for sharing this excellent resource