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Classroom of differences

Classroom of differences
What makes people different?
How do you react to different cultural expression?
What is it like to be someone else?
How does discrimination work?

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Classroom of differences
What makes people different?
How do you react to different cultural expression?
What is it like to be someone else?
How does discrimination work?

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Slide 2 - Video

To start with...
How do you deal with other cultures or people who are different from you? Use the folowing words from §6: polycentrism, ethocentrism, xenophobia, xenophelia

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

What to expect
  • Slides in English;
  • Lessons in Dutch;
  • Assignment EIO in English;
  • Assignment Levensbeschouwing in Dutch or English;

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

Today
  • Documentary: 'Wit is ook een kleur';
  • Written reflection on the documentary;
  • Introduction: 'The cards we get'.

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

In advance: 'Wit is ook een kleur'
Answer the folowing questions in ± 3 sentences:
  • Do you think that white people in The Netherlands are privileged, in comparison to people with another skin colour? Why do you think this? Give examples.

  • If you are white: Do you feel superior to people with another skin colour? Why is this?
  • If you have another skin colour: Do you ever feel inferior to white people or treated inferior? Please, give an example.

  • What is your view on different cultures? Do you feel that one culture is better than others?  Which one and why? (Use the words from §6!)
timer
10:00

Slide 6 - Tekstslide

Reflection: 'Wit is ook een kleur'
Answer the folowing questions:
Do you think that white people in The Netherlands are privileged, in comparison to people with another skin colour? Why do you think this? Give examples.

If you are white: Do you feel superior to people with another skin colour? Why is this?
If you have another skin colour: Do you ever feel inferior to white people or treated inferior? Please, give an example.

What is your view on different cultures? Do you feel that one culture is better than others? Which one and why? (Use the words from §6!)
timer
20:00

Slide 7 - Tekstslide

Slide 8 - Video

The cards we get...
  • Today you receive a new identity;
  • If you draw an identity simalar to your own, you have to dwaw a new card;
  • Over de next day: try to imagine what it is like to do what you do with your new identity;
  • Tomorrow there's an assignment about 'the cards we get'...

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Today
  • What do you expect from people?
  • Culture shock - what's it like to greet someone without knowing the correct manner?
  • Developing a "common language";
  • The cards we get;
  • Personal checklist.

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

The cards we get...
It is not up to you:
  • where you where born;
  • who your parents are;
  • what the colour of your skin is;
  • if you are in a wheelchair;
  • if you've got ADHD or autism;
  • if you're homosexual;
  • which religion you think is normal.
  • ...

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

Slide 12 - Video

Saying what you mean
  • Race
someones DNA/ethnicity, onchangeble
  • Culture 
the values, rites and laws someone adheres to, changeble
  • Religion/religiosity
part of someones culture, changeble
  • Nationality
officially: linked to passport, people often mean: race...

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Slide 14 - Video

Culture Shock
  • That awkward moment: the first meeting...
  • Memorize the 'greeting' on your piece of paper;
  • DO NOT TELL OTHER PEOPLE YOUR GREETING!!!

  • Walk around the room and (try to) greet people in the way that's discribed to you.
timer
5:00

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Developing a 
"common language"
  • What do we mean when we say....
  • Working definitions;
  • The groups are made;
  • Discuss within own group;
  • Report back to whole class;

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

Assignment: common language
  • Discuss the meaning of the words;
  • Write down examples of personal- and institutional use of the word;
  • Write down own experiences or experiences of people you know;
  • One person per group will report back to the whole class;

  • To hand in: your reflection on the question:
  • Is it possible to have a common understanding of the words in this assignment? Use examples from this lesson. (± 1/2 A4)
timer
20:00

Slide 17 - Tekstslide

Religous bigotry
1. Personal:

2. Institutional:

Homophobia
1. Personal:


2. Institutional:

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

Antisemitism
1. Personal:


Institutional:

Sexism
1. Personal:


2. Institutional:

Slide 19 - Tekstslide

Ageism
1. Personal:


Institutional:


Racism
1. Personal:


Institutional:

Slide 20 - Tekstslide

Islamophobia
1. Personal:


2. Institutional:


Classism
1. Personal:


2. Institutional:

Slide 21 - Tekstslide

Slide 22 - Link

Slide 23 - Video

Assignment: the cards we get
  • Discuss in a group of ±4 people;
  • To hand in: your answer to the questions below, and reflection on the discussion in the group.

  • What would change in your life? Name ± 5 things;
  • What would change in the way you behave and your attitude?
  • How honest would you be about your identity? Explain why.
  • How would other people react to you? (family, friends, classmates, society)
  • Do you believe you would have less or more power in society? Explain why.
  • What can you offer society, which is different from your own identity?
  • What do you need from other people? What do you expect from other people (or visa versa)?
timer
20:00

Slide 24 - Tekstslide

Thursday
  • 09:00 - 09:45 Koepelkerk
  • 10:30 - 11:00 Turkish Mosque
  • 11:30 - 12:05 Evaluation
  • 12:30 - 13:00 Personal checklist
  • 13:00 - ? Working on assignments

  1. EIO reflection (finish today)
  2. Levo assignments, start today. Deadline next thursday.

Slide 25 - Tekstslide

Slide 26 - Video

To hand in for grading
  • Answers and reflection on: 'Wit is ook een kleur' (slide 6) ± A4
  • Answer to the main question of 'Common language' (slide 17) ± 1/2 A4
  • Answers to the questions of 'The carts we get' (slide 18) ± 1/2 A4

  • Your view on:
  • What can Dutch people expect from newcomers and what can newcomers expect from the Dutch in relation to culture?
Use everything you learned during the lessons and this project!

Slide 27 - Tekstslide

Criteria
  • Dutch or English (not both);
  • Everything in one document;
  • Serious answers;
  • Clarify your opinion/reasons;
  • Use examples from own experience and the project;
  • Use of concepts (§5 and 6);
  • No argumentation errors!
  • Layout and grammar check;

  • Extra credit: news, pictures, originality

Slide 28 - Tekstslide

Self-Reflection
Awnser this part at the very end

Slide 29 - Tekstslide

Self-Reflection
In the beginning of the week you awnsered the following question:
How do you deal with other cultures or people who are different from you? Use the folowing words from §6: polycentrism, ethocentrism, xenophobia, xenophelia.

Is your awnser different now?

See next slides to explain your awnser

Slide 30 - Tekstslide

Yes, my awnser changed
A: What would you like to change?
B: What do you need to make this happen?
C: What could you do today to make the first step to your goal?

Slide 31 - Tekstslide

No, my awnser didn't changed
A: In what way did this week make your awnser stronger for yourself?

Slide 32 - Tekstslide