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It is in human nature to use labels or categories to describe other people; these labels can be based on the way people dress, look, talk, behave, etc. People are inclined to make assumptions about things in the world they live. But they also tend to label groups of people they do not know well enough.

Find below six cartoons representing the {stereotypes;Stereotypes are categories of objects or people. They can also make sense of the world as when categorizing the objects or people, we simplify information. Between stereotypes, objects or people are as different from each other as possible. Within stereotypes, objects or people are as similar to each other as possible. To people can readily describe object in a category because objects in the same category have distinct characteristics.} of certain nationalities. Observe the typical items in them and fill in the gaps with the nationality they could refer to.

British Italian Swiss
German French Spanish

How can you explain the existence of such cartoons ? What do you think they express? Do the activity below in pairs.

In your notebook, write similar sentences for the rest of the cartoons from the previous page and compare them with your partner.
Use the openings below to justify your ideas (opinions).

In my view,..., From my point of view,..., To my mind, ..., I reckon...,
I guess..., I feel..., If you ask me..., Frankly speaking..., To be honest (with you)..., As far as I'm concerned...,

What is typical of stereotypes? Statements below explain stereotypes. Match them.

A stereotype is a public belief
about a social group or an individual.
Stereotypes are often confused
with prejudices.
Almost every culture or race
has a stereotype.
Stereotypes can lead to
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Can you predict which nationalities the descriptions below refer to?

Talking about the weather is typically {British;Slovenian;Belgian}
Bullfighting and flamenco dancing are definitely {Spanish;French;Italian}
Tall blond people are usually {Swedish;Italian;Dutch}
Wearing slippers at home is a {Slovenian;Austrian;German} habit.