Students reflect on inclusion as a human right and build on appreciating the contributions of others.
Students can reflect on inclusion as a human right and build on appreciating the contributions of others.
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
- understand that inclusion is a human right
- build their self-identity
- appreciate difference and diversity and value the contributions of others.
Instructions 5 min
- Move students to a large free space.
- Position students in two circles, the inside circle facing out and the outside circle facing in so that everyone has a partner.
- Teacher reads out the questions and each pair of students has one minute to discuss their responses.
- The outside circle moves one space to the left and the next question is read out and answered. Repeat until all questions are answered.
- What does being inclusive mean? Describe specific examples.
- What are some specific examples of inclusivity at school?
- What are the benefits of being inclusive at school?
- Are there barriers to being inclusive? If so, what are they?
- How does being inclusive help to build your self-identity?
- How could our school be more inclusive?
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