- To understand what is meant by a stereotype
Pupils should be taught:
- What a stereotype is, and how stereotypes can be unfair, negative or destructive.
Before the lesson
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Pupils needing extra support: Give examples to To show or present how something works. that stereotypes are not correct e.g. people they know of who do not conform to the A generalised or over-simplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing that is often untrue…..
Pupils working at greater depth: Y1: Could add their own ideas into the boy and girl categories during the initial sorting activity.
Y2: Should be challenged to identify other ways in which they can address and challenge gender stereotypes.
Assessing pupils' progress and understanding
In this topic
- Y1/2 Lesson 1 (Cycle B) Introduction: Setting ground rules for RSE & PSHE lessons
- Y1/2 Lesson 2 (Cycle B): Family
- Y1/2 Lesson 3 (Cycle B): Friendships
- Y1/2 Lesson 4 (Cycle B): Other people’s feelings
- Y1/2 Lesson 5 (Cycle B): Getting along with others
- Mixed-age Y1/2 Lesson 6 (Cycle B): Friendship problems
- Y1/2 Lesson 7 (Cycle B): Gender stereotypes
- Mixed-age Y1/2 Lesson 8 (Cycle B): Change and loss