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Yr 12 Research. Getting started. Objectives. Exemplars Choose topic Brainstorm Frame inquiry HW / start research. Poems as inspiration for ideas. Gender equality Women’s rights   - globally How have the dynamics of relationships changed The representation of powerful women in media.

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Yr 12 research

Yr 12 Research

Getting started


Objectives

Objectives

  • Exemplars

  • Choose topic

  • Brainstorm

  • Frame inquiry

  • HW / start research


Poems as inspiration for ideas

Poems as inspiration for ideas

  • Gender equality

  • Women’s rights  - globally

  • How have the dynamics of relationships changed

  • The representation of powerful women in media.

  • Representation of women in media over time

  • Children’s rights

  • Divorce

  • Arranged marriages

  • Symbolism of birds in literature.

  • Gender politics

  • Gender – nature or nurture?

  • Love.  The good, the bad and the ugly.

  • Real issue of women getting trapped in a relationship

  • Why do people resort to physical pain to numb emotional abuse

  •  Domestic abuse

  •  Does love make you crazy?

  • Children caught in domestic violence relationships.

  • Effects love has on the heart

  • Effects love has on a person’s outlook on life

  • What is the effect on teenagers who have parents / caregivers in abusive relationships.

  • Comparison of abuse in NZ to other Western countries.


Yr 12 research

  • Confessional poetry

  • Is love different for men and women?

  • Mental illness

  • Depression

  • Women’s sufferage

  • the 1950s

  • The 1500s

  • John Donne

  • Making it as a writer

  • The perception of poetry / writing

  • Why do people write?

  • Great things achieved through writing

  • The power of poetry / love / …

  • Feminism

  • Womens’ rights

  • Love through the ages

  • Love in different cultures

  • Marriage in different cultures

  • Womens’ roles in relationships through time

  • Women’s roles in society over time

  • How people write about love

  • Sexism

  • The nature of power and control

  • Sylvia Plath

  • The nature of power /


Stages of love poetry ideas from all the poems

Stages of love – poetry (ideas from all the poems)

  • Gay marriage

  • Love in literature

  • Love in film

  • Love in art

  • Media’s portrayal of love / relationships

  • Arranged marriage

  • Impacts upon relationships

  • What makes a good relationship

  • Perceptions of love (men / women / ages / cultures / times)


The jailer

The jailer

  • The suffering artist

  • Eating disorders

  • Competition as the bread winner

  • Life in jail

  • Issue of self-medication – modern day problem

  • Slavery

  • Perfectionism – “right life”, “right job”…


Advice to a discarded lover

Advice to a discarded Lover

  • Generation Y – narcissists (“the world revolves around me”)

  • Women who were ahead of their times

  • Stalkers / stalking

  • Paparazzi

  • Polygamy


Pick a topic and brainstorm

Pick a topic and brainstorm

  • WHAT DO I KNOW / THINK OF?

  • WHAT DO I WONDER?

  • Womens’ roles in relationships

    • Servant

    • domestic

    • Mother

    • Caring

    • loving

-change through time?

-cultural differences?

-effect on marriage dynamic?


Frame your inquiry

Frame your inquiry

  • Make a “big call” or judgement statement around your topic

  • Or

  • Ask a big question

  • EG. “the nature of women's roles in marriage in western society have changed over time” (Judgement) [“this is what I reckon”]

  • To what extent has the role of the woman in marriage changed over time?(Question) [start with ‘to what extent / how / in what way’]


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