Here is an original Drama Notebook activity that goes beyond bullying and gets to the heart of why people discriminate against one another. Works best for older or advanced groups.

In this original Drama Notebook drama lesson, students recognize ways that people stereotype others and learn to look beyond the obvious to see the person as an individual. Included are: complete instructions for the game; three more adaptations; discussion questions; and 16 character prompts that defy stereotypes.

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