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Trouble with sameness

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In some ways, sameness is great - we have same hobbies, we go to the same school, etc. But in what ways does sameness get us into trouble? How does sameness lead to stereotypes, bullying, and other things we don't want to see in the world? Learn how appreciating differences and becoming allies to one another can make a difference.

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Trouble with sameness

  1. 1. The Trouble with Sameness Grades 3-5 Pine Point School
  2. 2. Picture a… close your eyes and quickly visualize who comes to mind when you think of the following: • Police Officer • House Cleaner • Fire Fighter • Babysitter/Nanny • Mechanic • Doctor • Teacher • Garbage Picker-Upper • Scientist • Basketball Player • Singer • Model • Criminal • Dancer • Construction Worker • Lawyer • Receptionist • Nurse
  3. 3. Let’s compare! • What similarities do you see? • Are there people who can be called these terms but DON’T look like the pictures? • Why do you think most of us thought of the same kinds of people? • If you were an alien and saw ONLY these images in our heads, what would you believe to be to be true about humans?
  4. 4. Details, Details • Turn to nearby neighbors and talk about all the things you have been told, what you have seen, or what you have read about what girls are, what they like, what they don’t like, what activities do they do, what they wear, what they become when they grow up, etc.
  5. 5. Details, Details • Turn to nearby neighbors and talk about all the things you have been told, what you have seen, or what you have read about what boys are, what they like, what they don’t like, what activities do they do, what they wear, what they become when they grow up, etc.
  6. 6. How Did We Get There From Here?
  7. 7. How Do We Do It To Ourselves?
  8. 8. What It’s Called in Adult World
  9. 9. Words Matter • “That’s retarded.” • “I can’t believe you listen to that music.” • “That’s so gay!” • “Your name’s weird.” • “I can’t believe she would wear that in public.” • “Sissy” • “That’s so lame.” • “Your food stinks!” • “Crybaby!”
  10. 10. How Do We Stop It?
  11. 11. How Will I Be an Ally? Turn to nearby neighbors and brainstorm ways to not force people to be what stereotypes tell them to be. If someone else is pressuring people, what could you say?
  12. 12. “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Gandhi
  13. 13. Have a Great Day!

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