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Always Like a Girl. Quiz by Naves for teachers to illustrate what ISL Collective is like and to debate about gender roles and stereotypes as well as feelings and empathy
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It shows an experiment in which boys and girls are asked to show what running, kicking, hitting and throwing like a girl looks like.
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3 minutes 12 seconds
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TV commercials
Language goals
Listening comprehension
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2)
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This resource is intended for:Business/professional students
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Video quiz questions (printable)
1. Guess the end.
The director asks 3 young women to run like a girl: "Show me what it looks like to run like a girl" How do you think they are going to run?
2. Guess the end.
The 3 young women ran. How did it make you feel the way they ran? Why?
3. Guess the end.
You've watched a young boy and a young man showing what running like a girl means to them. How did it make you feel? Why?
4. Guess the end.
What do you think happens to your students when they watch gender stereotypes about what girls and boys can do and how well they can do it?
5. Guess the end.
Very young girls (aged 8 and 10) were asked to run like a girl, to throw like a girl, to fight like girl. How do you think they did it?
6. Guess the end.
How do you think watching very young girls aged 6-10 running, throwing, fighting, kicking like a girl would make your students feel like?
7. Guess the end.
This little girl was asked what it means to her when she is asked to run like a girl. What do you think she'll answer?
8. Guess the end.
When and why do you think that doing things like a girl became an insult?
9. Guess the end.
Do you think kids would understand the boy's answer? Why? Why not?
10. Guess the end.
What do you think of this girl's answer about whether to do things like a girl is either a good or bad?
11. Choose the correct options.
When do girls' confidence plummet according to research? When
they are 4-6 years old
they are 6-8 years old
they are 8-10 years old
they are 10-12 years old
12. Fill the gap.
their self-confidence and really puts thembecause during that time they're already trying to figure themselves
13. Unmix the sentence.
14. Unmix the sentence.
15. Choose the correct options.
Do you think she takes pride in being a girl?
Yes, she does. She is proud of being a girl.
No, she doens't. She is ashamed of being a girl
16. Guess the end.
She says she is going to run like herself? How do you think she is going to do it? How do you think she feels about running like herself?
17. Guess the end.
How can we make #like a girl mean amazing things?
18. Guess the end.
"Why can't run like a girl also mean win the race?" Any thoughts? Do you agree? How can we help make it happen?
Mnaves3 is from/lives in Spain and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2013-02-01. Mnaves3 last logged in on 2023-01-29, and has shared 24 resources on iSLCollective so far.
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