This lesson is about intersectionality and, although it doesn’t use the term it could be taught to pupils with a high vocabulary. It uses Labi Siffre’s Something Inside and Claude Mackay’s If We Must Die to examine homophobia and biphobia as well as racism in two different eras from our own.
This lesson, based on a song by Sam Smith about unrequited love, is part of two lessons based on pressure to conform to sex and gender stereotypes. The song’s lyrics describe how a man cannot declare his true feelings for his friend and the lesson activities are designed to explore his fears and where those […]
This lesson looks at different identities and discrimination based in different or multiple identities. Using examples from the Voices and Visibility wallchart, the lesson asked students to find out about people who belong to more than one protected characteristic and encourages them to understand intersectionality.
Using case studies as examples, this lesson explores how stereotypes cause discrimination and causes people who don’t conform to expected norms can suffer from internalised discrimination.
This lesson builds on work already covered in KS3 on gender. It introduces pupils to non-binary identities and the pronouns some people prefer to identify themselves by, whilst reminding them that identity is personal and it is your choice as to how you identify.
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