These resources focus on anti-racism and cultural diversity. You can use “Cultural diversity & DNA” on November 16th to celebrate the International Day of Tolerance. Analyze stereotypes and help students develop their ability to deconstruct social constructs and hopefully liberate themselves from them. Scroll to the bottom of the page to watch the video preview.
This product includes
- 3-page printable worksheet (PDF – A4 + US Letter);
- 3-page printable answer key (PDF – A4 + US Letter);
- 1 short video.
Both the worksheet and the answer key are provided in US Letter and A4 so that you can choose the best size when printing (click here to see the difference).
About these resources
These resources will enable you to discuss anti-racism and cultural diversity as well as to move on to the analysis of stereotypes and help the students develop their ability to deconstruct social constructs and hopefully liberate themselves from them. If your students are into singing, you can wrap up your lesson with John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’:
The worksheet includes exercises on the video, gap-filling exercises, as well as a reading comprehension activity. It’s a PDF that you can send directly to your students. It’s convenient for remote learning or if you use IT devices in the classroom. If you prefer an editable Word file with a PowerPoint presentation, please check the following product: Let’s open our world – Cultural diversity & DNA – Editable Word file
Preview video 🎬