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Category Archives: moral education
What are stereotypes? when someone says for example when like when a boy says a girl cant play or girls have to stay at home and they have to clean and cook and and a man has to go to … Continue reading
we chose books by gender and neutral and also age we were sorting out books and the reason why I think we did it because that maybe we did this to learn what people would read the thing i … Continue reading
i stay healthy by …… being fit doing sports eating good and healthy food it is important to be healthy because you might get unfit and you can get sick and you can have fun
Stereotype: Something many people believe is true but is either not true or only partially (sort of) true. Example: Elementary school kids are too little to learn about war and bad people. Discriminate:Treatment (unfair) of certain people because of age, … Continue reading
Martin Luther king is known for his “I have a dream” speech it was really powerful speech that he made
sympathy means sharing peoples sadnes empathy means putting ourself in someone elsese shoes compassion means that you should sit with them if they are sad