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Home / Resources / Social Justice / Inclusion

Subject: Inclusion

Langage inclusif en français

Le français est une langue où le genre est très marqué (masculin/féminin). Il est important de connaître des formes de langage inclusif ou neutre, car elles existent! Trans Care BC

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Kindness: Mr. Indifferent

Instructions: After watching the video, engage in the explanation game: Why is Mr. Indifferent showing kindness to others? Why did it happen that way? 

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Inclusion: A Lesson in Courage

Instructions: After watching the video clip, engage in the step inside activity. What does Spencer know about, understand, or believe? What might Spencer care about or wish would happen?

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Diversity: Hotel With a Heart

Instructions: After watching the clip, engage in a class conversation asking the questions what do you notice? What do you wonder? What are the benefits for employees? What are the

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Diversity: Ketan’s Story

After watching the video think about, and share on, the following: What do you see? What do you think about that? What does it make you wonder?

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Read&Write guide

Learn how to get started with Read&Write for Google, access resources and strategies to embed RW in your learning activities, and find out the steps to use it with PDF

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