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Gender Equality. Bell Ringer IN. Hand in anything you might be missing into the hand-in bin Bad-Habits Worksheet Female/Male Occupation List 5 Questions from App Project Presentation layout. Vocabulary.

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bell ringer in
Bell Ringer IN
  • Hand in anything you might be missing into the hand-in bin
    • Bad-Habits Worksheet
    • Female/Male Occupation List
    • 5 Questions from App Project
    • Presentation layout
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Gender Equality: men and women should receive equal treatment and should not be discriminated against by gender.
  • When did gender equality really start becoming popular in America?
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Vocabulary
  • Feminism: the believe that both genders should have equal rights
  • Chauvinism: someone that believes that their gender is superior to another
  • Stereotype: qualities assigned to a group of people depending on their gender, race, religious beliefs or sexual orientation
take a minute to think
Take a minute to think. . .
  • Where have you heard these words before? Why were they being used?
  • Do we still have people that are chauvinistic?
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. . .
  • Discrimination: the practice or act of unfairly treating a person or group of people from another person or group of people
  • Prejudice: a feeling of dislike for a person or group of people because of their differences
bell ringer out
Bell Ringer OUT
  • Take a minute to yourselves and think about what we talked about today and how we can end the use of these terms being used in a negative way.