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I Hate All . . . Prejudice and the Individual, by Jay M. Brown


Guide Entry to 78.03.02:

With all our modern technological advances we still have been unable to overcome the prejudice of human beings toward other human beings. This unit devotes a large portion of the narrative to the development of a comprehensive definition of the many forms and effects of prejudice. A major objective is to make students more aware of the fact that race, religion, and nationality do not make one person superior or inferior to another. A variety of techniques that should broaden studentsí understanding is suggested and then incorporated into the course outline. Three sample lesson plans are included as well as a list of student activities. Bibliographies, resource lists, and addresses for further information conclude the unit.

(Recommended for use in the Social Studies classrooms in both Middle and High Schools; no specific time frame is suggested)

Key Words

General America Prejudice Race Relations American

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