A Problem Shared: Talking About Prejudice

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Description

A positive and proactive book that helps you understand and cope with prejudice problems.

There's two sides to every story. In Prejudice , you will read two sides to some common dilemmas, sticky situations or issues that children sometimes have to face at difficult times in their lives. Prejudice tackles situations including: being singled out because of a disability, homophobic language, fairness, religious discrimination and racism.

The book is structured to help readers see that problems might look different depending on your perspective. This book gently encourages children to be proactive in speaking up and asking for help, both for themselves and others.

It shows some simple ways to positively resolve situations, deal with their emotions and maybe even change their mind.

The book includes top tips for dealing with your emotions and conflict resolution.

The A Problem Shared series looks at tricky situations and common problems from two sides. The books encourage the reader to not only speak out, but also to listen to what others have to say. Some of the core values of PSHE are empathy, mindfulness and engaging with debate and this series puts the reader firmly in the middle, allowing them to make up their own mind about the scenarios presented and to question their own initial assumptions or bias.

Perfect resources for students of PSHE at Key Stage 2 aged 9+, these books are also useful as opportunities for discussion topics in class or as role play situations.

Title in this series are:
Bullying
Death
Mental Health
Prejudice
Relationships
Social Media

Product Details

Price
£8.99
Publisher
Hachette Children's Group
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781445171203

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