Lesson series



Part 1, Theory (200 credits)Course Description:
Tolerance is a K-12 course that aims to teach students about the importance
of respecting and accepting differences among people. Through this course,
students will learn how to recognize and appreciate diversity, and how to
cultivate a sense of empathy and understanding for others.
Course Goals:
 Develop an understanding of diversity and cultural differences.
 Cultivate empathy and understanding for others.
 Learn to respect and accept differences among people.
 Build critical thinking skills to analyze situations and perspectives from
different viewpoints.
 Encourage responsible citizenship and positive social interactions.
Course Outline:
Kindergarten - 2nd Grade:
 Introduction to the concept of tolerance
 Understanding basic differences (race, gender, physical appearance, etc.)
 Learning to communicate respectfully with others
 Introduction to cultural diversity through literature and art
3rd Grade - 5th Grade:
 Deepening understanding of cultural diversity and the importance of
accepting differences
 Exploring prejudice and discrimination
 Understanding the concept of privilege
 Recognizing and addressing bullying behavior
 Encouraging empathy and understanding through literature and art
6th Grade - 8th Grade:
 Understanding social justice issues related to diversity
 Analyzing media and news reports for bias and stereotypes
 Developing critical thinking skills to examine perspectives from different viewpoints
 Developing leadership skills to promote positive change in the school community
9th Grade - 12th Grade:
 Understanding global and historical perspectives on diversity and
 Analyzing complex social issues related to diversity and identity
 Developing civic engagement skills to promote social justice and tolerance in society
 Engaging in service learning projects to promote understanding and acceptance of diversity
 Understanding the impact of globalization on cultural identity and diversity
Assessment: Assessment will be based on class participation, critical thinking skills, and completion of projects and assignments. Students will be evaluated on their ability to demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity and tolerance, and their ability to effectively communicate and work collaboratively with others from different backgrounds.。

Part 2, Self Evaluation + Peer Evaluation (800 credits)

for 8 times, 6 hours/time coaching on the first Saturdays of each month plus self + peer evaluation during the 8 months

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