Should we give the boys a chance?

Thody, Angela (2007) Should we give the boys a chance? [Teaching Resource] (Unpublished)

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Should we give the boys a chance?
These pp slides were for half of a lecture. The lecture divided into two halves so that the pedagogy as well as the content illuminated gender issues: the first, illustrating what are generally accepted as feminine, post-modernist approaches, is on power point and consists of slides shown to the audience without comment. The audience is then asked to share their feelings about the information presented. the second is delivered by reading the following paper in authoritarian mode to illustrate what are generally accepted as a masculine, modernist style with a competitive element introduced.
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These slides were for half of a lecture. The lecture divided into two halves so that the pedagogy as well as the content illuminated gender issues:
the first, illustrating what are generally accepted as feminine, post-modernist approaches, is on power point and consists of slides shown to the audience without comment. The audience is then asked to share their feelings about the information presented.
the second is delivered by reading the following paper in authoritarian mode to illustrate what are generally accepted as a masculine, modernist style with a competitive element introduced.

Item Type:Teaching Resource
Additional Information:These slides were for half of a lecture. The lecture divided into two halves so that the pedagogy as well as the content illuminated gender issues: the first, illustrating what are generally accepted as feminine, post-modernist approaches, is on power point and consists of slides shown to the audience without comment. The audience is then asked to share their feelings about the information presented. the second is delivered by reading the following paper in authoritarian mode to illustrate what are generally accepted as a masculine, modernist style with a competitive element introduced.
Keywords:gender, equal opportunities, schooling, achievements
Subjects:L Social studies > L433 Education Policy
L Social studies > L322 Men's Studies
L Social studies > L321 Women's Studies
X Education > X370 Academic studies in Education (across phases)
L Social studies > L216 Feminism
L Social studies > L330 Ethnic studies
L Social studies > L320 Gender studies
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Education
ID Code:1641
Deposited By: Angela Thody
Deposited On:25 Sep 2008 15:13
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 08:30

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