GUIDELINES_FOR_CREATING_QUESTIONS_FOR_TH

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GUIDELINES FOR CREATING QUESTIONS FOR THE READINGS There should be at least one question per chapter or article. Questions MUST be word processed/ The question should generate discussion; it should not be answerable with a “yes” or a “no.” The question should deal with gender, race, class and/or a combination of these concepts as these are operating in the lives of girls and boys. In the readings where there are extensive quotes from the girls and boys
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Unformatted text preview: themselves, focus on your reactions to what they are saying; try to see things from their point of view. Also, focus on how are the authors interpreting what the students are saying. In all cases, concentrate on what the school is doing or not doing. Concentrate on attitudes and behaviors that reinforce gender stereotypes. Encourage discussion about what consequences this creates for girls and boys....
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