Drama game and lesson on stereotyping!

Do you want to explore the theme of stereotyping with your students? This original lesson, written by drama teacher Sue Wurster, offers students the opportunity to experience first-hand what it feels like to be ‘tagged,’ or ‘labeled.’ This activity can help students develop awareness and compassion for each other despite any perceived differences.

Many parts of this lesson may be handed out directly to the students. The unit includes an interactive game, though-provoking discussion questions, and suggestions for a final dramatic activity at the conclusion of the lesson.

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