• To examine personal biases and stereotypes that prevent tolerance
  • Develop ideas to promote tolerance in their schools

Prior to beginning this activity, the leader should copy the Spider Web design (below) onto poster or bulletin board paper.

Using the Spider Web template, displayed for the group, students will brainstorm ideas about promoting social tolerance, think of universally applicable ways to promote tolerance.  including:

How to promote it and why it is important at school, and in life. Have students come forward and write their ideas or assign a designated “recorder” and call on students to share their ideas to be recorded on the Spider Web.  

After completing the web, have students discuss their ideas and how they, as active club members, can spread the message of respect and tolerance to the remainder of the student body.