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21st September 2012 at 01:00


Ruth and the Green Book by Calvin Alexander Ramsey is great for provoking discussion. It deals with discrimination as seen through the eyes of a child travelling with her parents from Chicago to visit her grandmother in 1950s Alabama, where they are refused service at "white only" hotels. www.ruthand


If your classroom still has bare walls, try sairer's poster collection. It includes motivational messages, a birthday chart and class rules to help pupils get along with each other. bit.lyclassposters


Show young pupils the importance of respecting differences with a Citizenship Foundation lesson. bit.lyfriend4farouk. Or help older ones to see prejudices they may have and break down stereotypes with resources from Kidogo. bit.lyown perceptions.

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