Requirements : Copy and paste each question prior to answering question each question should be answered in two to three paragraphs in length; apa font style ;cover page ; cite ; references; double space ,12 font
- Respond to each item. Each response should be concise and between 2–3 paragraphs in length.
- Use MS Word to write your responses, and submit your answers to all three questions in one Word document.
- Copy and paste each question within the document, so that your Instructor can see which question that you are responding to.
- On pages 66 and 68 of the course text, author Patricia Ramsey discusses the concept of racial privilege. Define this concept in your own words and explain how it relates to the concept of colorblindedness.
- Summarize at least three effects of persistent poverty and then explain why many children growing up in poor families succeed in school and in life citing your Learning Resources for this week to validate your thinking and ideas.
- Based on what you have learned this week, explain whether you agree or disagree with the following statement: Once prejudice develops, there is no going back. Cite examples from the learning resources to substantiate your thinking and ideas.
- Required Resources
- Chapter 4, “The Context of Race” (pp. 65-79, up to “Learning and Challenging What Children Know, Think, and Feel about Race”
- Chapter 5, The Context of Economic Class and Consumerism” (pp. 84-102, up to “Learning and Challenging What Children Know, Think, and Feel about Social Class and Consumerism”)
- Web Article: Hidden Bias: A Primer About Stereotypes and Prejudices
- Note: This article connects you with the “Race Test” and the “Gender Test” you took last week. This week, click on and read about the four topics listed on the left-hand side of the page:
- About Stereotypes and Prejudices
- About Hidden Bias
- The Effects of Prejudice and Stereotypes
- What You Can Do About Unconscious Stereotypes and Prejudices
- Course Text: Ramsey, P. G. (2015). Teaching and learning in a diverse world: Multicultural education for young children (4th ed.). New York: Teachers College Press.