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Social Inequality: Race in the United States

Lesson Objectives:

1. By the end of this lesson students will be able to have a strong
awareness of the historical and contemporary social construction of
race. (Bloom's Taxonomy-Knowledge and Comprehension).
A. How would you classify the types of ethnic groups in the Unites

B. How would you explain the Minority-Majority Group Relations.

C. What can you say about Segregation and Discrimination?

D. What is Race in the Early Modern World?

2. By the end of this lesson students will be able to identify motives and
causes of Institutional Racism. (Bloom's Taxonomy-Analysis)
A. Why do you think property value does not follow the same clear-cut
pattern for other ethnic minorities?

B. How is institutional racism related to statistical discrimination?

C. What inference can you make about institutional racism in the

3. By the end of this lesson student will be able to estimate the future
of racial and ethnic diversity in America. (Bloom’s Taxonomy-
A. How could you determine America is now a society composed of
multiple ethnic and racial groups?

B. Second-generation Asians and Latinos indicates the new color line is
black-nonblack. What information would you use to support this view?

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