1) Teacher introduction - online meeting on platform MS Teams
2) Presenting the topic ""Different doesn't mean worse" - discrimination, definition and types - presentation - by partner school from Poland
3) Preparing the films by each partner school
Homework: prepare 3 short games on "Different doesn't mean worse"
4) Presenting 3 short films "Different doesn't mean worse" - prepared by each partner school - online meeting on platform MS Teams
5) Preparing the voting on App Mentimeter - by partner school from Poland
6) Voting - choosing 3 out of 9 films to include in the lesson plan - by all partner schools
7) Presenting 3 short games prepared by each partner school:
Game 1: Ducks and Hunters
Game 2: Baba Oarba
Game 3: Tara taravremostasi
Game 4:The sun is shining above those who …
Game 5: Groofy
Game 6: Dwarves, the giant and the wizard
Game 7: Similarities and differences game
Game 8: The ugly duckling
Game 9: Despite our differences game
8) Starting the lesson plan on Dysk Google
9)) Preparing the voting on App Mentimeter - by partner school from Poland
10) Voting - choosing 3 out of 9 games to include in the lesson plan - by all partner schools
The chosen games:
Game 2: Baba Oarba, Game 5: Groofy, Game 7: Similarities and differences game
11) Writing the lesson plan on Dysk Google
12) Workshop for teachers concerning creating films/comics with app Biteable, Powtoon and Pixton - run by partner school from Poland
13) "Different doesn't mean worse" - establishing the rules, age group, deadline, etc. to make films/comics with app Biteable, Powtoon or Pixton after the mobility by all partner school students
Homework: Prepare 5 questions concerning "Different doesn't mean worse"
14) Preparing the voting on App Mentimeter - by partner school from Poland
15) Voting - choosing 5 out of 15 questions for the students' quiz after the lesson
1. Kate has got freckles and red hair. I think that:
a) she has orginal looks, but the most important thing is that Kate is a good friend
b) I do sympathize with her, but I wouldn’t like to be in her place
c) I don’t care about Kate, I don’t play with gingers
2. A new colleague came to your class, he is on a wheel chair. What’s your reaction?
a) I have friends and I’m not interested in making new friends
b) it’s great that a new colleague came to our class
c) I will try to make a friend with him/her
3. During breaktime you see, that the other students make fun of the boy who is poorly dressed. What do you do?
a) I’m not surprised – it’s a shame to dress like that
b) I don;t like it, but it’s not my business
c) I explain them that the clothes aren’t the most important things
4. Do you think that everyone should have the same rights regardless of background, colour or disability?
b) rather yes
c) rather no nie
5. Do you agree with the statement?
Accepting the other man, no matter the differences, is a crucial value in our life. Each of us has the right to be different. Each of us has the need to be accepted by others. Different doesn’t mean worse.
c) it’s hard to say
6. You are in class and there is a foreigner student, who does not understand the language. What will you do?
a) I will translate into English to understand the task.
b) I will ask somebody (teacher/ student) to translate
c) I will ignore the student.
7. There is a student in wheelchair. He/she drops his/her pen on the floor. What will you do?
a) I will pick up the pen.
b) I will give him/ her my pen.
c) I will laugh at him/her.
8. There is a student in your class who is with broken leg. After the classes he/ she wants to go home. But his/ her mother is late. What will you do?
a) I will take his/her bag and accompany him/her to the entrance.
b) I will stay with him/ her till his/her mother comes.
c) I will leave him/her alone to wait
9. Imagine you have more food than you can eat at lunch and your classmate is hungry, but he/she doesn't have money to buy some food. What would you do?
a) Give him/her half of your lunch.
b) Ask your teacher for advice .
c) Keep the food for yourself
10.You see your classmate is bullying. What would you do?
a) Protect him/her.
b) Tell to one of the teachers.
c) Start bullying him/her too.
11. You are doing pair work in class. Your partner is having difficulties. You don't want to embarrass him/her in front of the class and the teacher, so you...
a) do nothing and pretend it's too difficult for you too.
b) explain the task to your partner and encourage him/her to try it even if it means making mistakes.
c) complete the task on your own, but present it as if you did it together with your partner.
12. A colleague of yours coming from a poor environment is looking at your new pencil-case. Would you:
a) Share some of the pencils with your colleague
b) Report your colleague to the head teacher.
13. A new child is moving to your school. He is gypsy and your colleagues are laughing of him. It’s lunch time. Would you:
a) Invite him to your table to eat together
b) Laugh of him for looking diferent
14. A child in a wheelchair tries to get on the steps in front of your school. Would you:
a) go past him and don’t look back
b) help him get to school’s stairs
15. A girl with Down Syndrome approach you to ask for help with her Maths homework. Would you:
a) Tell her to go away and not disturb you
b) Offer to help her not only for her homework but also with her Math learning/ tutoring.
The chosen questions: 3, 6, 8, 9, 15
16) Finishing the lesson plan on Dysk Google with the chosen games and films - establishing the age group, the time, deadline and feedback - quiz with chosen questions. The lesson run after the mobility by all partner schools.
17) Ending the meeting - sending the certificates of attendance.
'Different doesn't mean worse' - lesson plan