pnw-icon Anti-prejudice activities K-3

Additional resources for Years K-3, which develop the foundation skills of understanding self and difference, are provided at PrejudiceNoWay.

Anti-racism activities - Years 4-12

THIS SECTION IS CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED FOR THE AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM.
The resources contained in this section have been developed to support the delivery of anti-racism education in the classroom. Included are lesson ideas, activities and stimulus materials which assist students to engage positively with other peoples and cultures and to better understand Australia's cultural diversity and history. The resources are appropriate for use with students from Years 4 and up.


 

E-challenges

Computer based learning activities which allow students to explore racism and related issues. These activities integrate the use of technology including commonly used software programs and Web 2.0 tools.
arrow icon - go to page

Lesson ideas

Lessons designed to develop students' knowledge, skills and understanding of racism and cultural diversity in Australia. Lessons cover a range of learning areas.

arrow icon - go to page

Focus on the media

Links to media reports relating to racism and multiculturalism. Included is a checklist to guide students' in critically analysing reports.


arrow icon - go to page


Puzzles and quizzes

Activities which aim to develop students' general knowledge of Australia's cultural diversity and history, human rights, racism and discrimination. Included are crosswords, quizzes, find-a-words and other puzzles.
arrow icon - go to page

Comics

Comics which address racism and explore its impact. These comics present controversial issues in a student-friendly way.


arrow icon - go to page

Difference Differently

Difference Differently helps students, teachers and others explore the challenges and opportunities created by diversity. Difference Differently is aligned to the Australian curriculum and funded by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. arrow icon - go to page