Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Prejudice in Tangerine - Section 1: Identifying Prejudice


One misconception that kept occurring in our discussion is that if someone is bullied it is prejudice.  We discussed how the bully needs to base their reason for bullying upon some type of pre-judging, such as socio-economic status.  This does not generally occur within families.

  Diverse Entry Points: Misconceptions
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Prejudice in Tangerine

Unit 9: Tangerine - Novel
Lesson 11 of 19

Objective: SWBAT analyze how the author develops the concept of prejudice throughout the actions of the characters in the novel.

Big Idea: How can prejudice exist in an upstanding town?

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English / Language Arts, conflict, novel, questioning
  45 minutes
prej 7
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