Teacher: Isaiah is Filipino American. So is Isabel.
Hy: Teacher Gabe, I'm going to draw Vietnam.
Teacher: Yeah, I think you might be Vietnamese American.
Hy: No! I don't say "banana."
Isaiah: I thought you said banana.
Teacher: How did you feel when he said that?
Teacher: It made you feel a little anxious. Yeah, I feel a little bit anxious, too, when people—
Isaiah: I didn't joke.
Teacher: —make jokes about my ethnicity.
Isaiah: No, I didn't joke. I was—
Hy: I hear you—I hear you say "banana."
Isaiah: No, I thought he said banana.
Teacher: Oh, Isaiah, you thought he said that?
Isaiah: Yeah. I didn't joke.
Teacher: It sounds—oh, you didn't joke.
Isaiah: Yeah, it sounded like banana.
Isaiah: What did you say?
Teacher: So, it sounds like that might've been an accident.
Teacher: You were trying to clarify what he said? Oh. How do you feel now, knowing that it was an accident? Maybe in the middle?
Teacher: Okay. Cool. Isaiah, I'm glad you told Hy that was an accident. That's a good idea when—when someone thinks you made a joke but you didn't.Cerrar
Este video es parte del módulo Habilidades emocionales, uno de los que conforman la serie de Módulos de aprendizaje de la Alianza EarlyEdU (video en inglés).