- Who am I
- Understanding myself and others
- Exploring our community
- The World in our Classroom
- Other Countries
- Understanding Religious Diversity
- Learning about Life as a Catholic
- Learning about Life as a Catholic Part 2
- Learning about life as a Protestant
- Learning about life as a Presbyterian
- Brain overload
- Learning about Life in the Church of Ireland
- Learning about Life as a Methodist
- Learning about Life as a Methodist Part 2
- Orthodox Christians
- Activity-True, for whom
- Embracing Our Differences
Prejudice and Stereotypes
A stereotype is a belief that every person in a group will behave in the same way or have the same characteristics because they are a part of that group.
Example: All girls love to play with dolls and all boys love to play football.
Prejudice is when we have negative opinions about other people or groups.
We are prejudiced when we make up our minds not to like someone before we get to know them.