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By Poppy Popps, LP JV (12)

Séance 1: Get familiar with the new theme

Table of contents:

Séance 2: Fighting gender stereotypes

Séance 3: A remarkable woman: Emmeline Pankhurst

Séance 4: International Women's Day. From the past to today!

Séance 5: Little Women (Speakeasy News)

Séance 6: Tâche finale

SEANCE 1: Get familiar with the new theme

Step 1: Watch the video and try to solve the riddle. Who is the caller?

Activity 1: (CO) International Women's Day: Can You Solve The Riddle? (Mindspace)

Step 2: Vocabulary

Step 1: Anticipation --> watch the video

Activity 2: (CE) About International Women's Day

Activity 3: (CO) How will you break the bias?

Step 2: Watch the video and take notes

Step 3: Watch the video again and fill in the grid (worksheet CANVA)

Activity 4: (POC) Recap (mindmap)

International Women's Day: Can You Solve The Riddle? (Mindspace)

As part of an experiment to explore the human mind, we asked 22 people to solve the same riddle, and recorded their responses.

A father is about to bring his son to a job interview applying for a position at a large stockbrokers company in the city. Just as they arrive at the company's parking lot, the son's phone rings. He looks at his father who says: 'Go ahead, answer it.' The caller is the trading company's CEO (=Chief Executive Officer) who says: 'Good luck son, you've got this.' The son ends the call and once again looks at his father, who is still next to him in their car. How is this possible?

Vocabulary:
a strockbroker= un courtier

check

Who is the caller?

Step 1: Solve the riddle --> Who calls the son? (part 1)

International Women's Day: Can You Solve The Riddle? (Mindspace)

He gets a call from the CEO...but it says...good luck son...but he was next to him...so it's not the father...
I think it was probably an audio recording of his father.
Maybe he made a demo tape?
He has 2 fathers?
This is a hard one.
Maybe it's a word joke, like...it's the grandfather of the son.
No, I think his name is 'Son'.
I don't know.
Maybe, it's just an old man, you know calling a younger guy 'son'.
I have no idea.

Solve the riddle --> Who calls the son? (part 2)

check

Who is the caller?

International Women's Day: Can You Solve The Riddle? (Mindspace)

It's his mother.
Oh. That's so stupid. Yes, of course.
I should have thought of that.
The CEO is a woman.
So I'm biased in a sense. Is this about diversity and inclusion?
That's really mind-blowing actually.
I always thought that I'm not as...not very sexist...but in spite of that...I think that these sub-conscious biases are there in everyone's mind.
How much bias I still have in terms of thinking that the CEO needs to be a man.
Yeah, I definitely was picturing a man.
CEOs identify with males more than females these days.
Why can't women also be CEOs or doctors, right?
When I think about a CEO or someone that is highly positioned within in a company, I mostly think of men.
And it's a shame I think.
And that is so weird because I'm a CEO and I'm a woman.
I want to be a CEO, why didn't I think about that?
I believe women can absolutely be CEOs.
And that's definitely something we should work on especially when you're saying that so many people have been told this riddle and most people haven't gotten it.
Women make great CEOs and great leaders as well and yet only 5% if Fortune 500 CEOs are women.

Solve the riddle --> The answer (part 3)

Challenge stereotypes. Fight bias. Celebrate women's achievements. Let's change our mindset.

That's so stupid. Yes, of course.

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Step 2: Vocabulary

I should have thought of that.

So I'm biaised.

How much bias I still have in terms of gender equality.

I mostly think of men

It's a shame I think.

Why didn't I think about that?

That's definitely something we should work on.

C'est si stupide. Oui bien sûr.

J'aurais du y penser.

Donc je suis biaisé (=avoir des préjugés)

Combien de préjugés j'ai encore concernant l'égalité homme-femme

Je pense principalement aux hommes.

C'est une honte je pense.

Pourquoi n'y ai-je pas pensé?

C'est assurément une chose sur laquelle nous devons travailler.

REtirer
le dernier trait

try again

Actiivity 2: About International Women's Day

International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women's achievements or rally for women's equality.
Mark annually on March 8th, International Women's Day (IWD) is one of the most important days of the year to:
- celebrate women's achievements
- raise awareness about women's equality
- lobby for accelerated gender parity
- fundraise for female-focused charities

What's the International Women's Day 2022 theme?

The campaign theme for International Women's Day 2022 is #BreakTheBias. Whether deliberate or unconscious, bias makes it difficult for women to move ahead. Knowing that bias exists isn't enough. Action is needed to level the playing field.

What's the history of International Women's Day?

International Women's Day has occured for well over a century with the first gathering held in 1911.

What colors symbolize International Women's Day?

Purple, green and white are the colors of International Women's Day. Purple signifies justice and dignity. Green symbolizes hope. White represents purity.

Activity 3: How will you break the bias?

International Women's Day 2022 - how will you break the bias?
Sirita Donaldson, Head of Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Finastra introduces the theme of International Women's Day 2022. How will you help to break the bias?

Step 1: Anticipation --> watch the video

Step 2: CO --> watch the video and take notes (--> all the important words you can understand)

Step 3: CO --> watch the video again and fill in the grid



Activity 4: Recap (mindmap)

International Women's Day

1) when?

2) what?

3) why?

4) how?

SEANCE 2: Fighting gender stereotypes

Step 1: Watch the 2 videos and browse the website. Then react.

Activity 1: (CO & CE) Gender stereotypes

Activity 2: (CE) Read the article and complete your worksheet. (CANVA)

Activity 3: (EE) You lead a campaign to denounce gender stereotyping in mechanics. You write an article on the school website to promote gender equality in your educational field. (100 à 120 mots)

Séance 2: Fighting gender stereotypes

Step 1: Anticipation --> watch these 2 videos and browse the website. Then react. (make a list of gender stereotypes)

CE (level 1) Read the article and complete your worksheet.

CE (level 2) Read the article and complete your worksheet.

Activity 3: EE You lead a campaign to denounce gender stereotyping in mechanics. You write an article on the school website to promote gender equality in your educational field. (100 à 120 mots)

Activity 1: Gender stereotypes

Activity 2: Read the article and complete your worksheet



https://plan-uk.org/media-centre/international-day-of-the-girl-68-of-girls-feel-held-back-by-harmful-gender-stereotypes

SEANCE 3: A remarkable woman: Emmeline Pankhurst

Step 1: Watch the video

Activity 1: (CO) Emmeline Pankhurst

Activity 2: (EE) Write the biography of another remarkable woman. Use Emmeline Pankhurst's as a model (100 à 120 mots)

Step 2: Do the quiz on Edpuzzle

Step 3: Put the sentences in order (LearningApps)

Step 4: Trace écrite (LearningApps)

Step 5: Complete the timeline (worksheet CANVA)

Séance 3: A remarkable woman: Emmeline Pankhurst

Activity 1: (CO) Emmeline Pankhurst

Step 2: Do the quiz on edpuzzle

Step 3: Put the sentences in order

Activity 2: EE Write the biography of another remarkable woman. Use Emmeline Pankhurst's as a model.

Step 4: Trace écrite

Step 5: Complete the timeline

Going further (CO)

Step 1: Watch the video


SEANCE 4: What is International Women's Day? From the past to today!

Step 1: Watch the video and complete your worksheet (CANVA)

Activity 1: (CO) What is International Women's Day?

Activity 2: (CE) Homework --> Réviser tout ce qui a été fait sur cette vidéo pour préparer la CE (compte-rendu en français d'une partie du script).

Step 2: Trace écrite (LearningApps)

Séance 4: What is International Women's Day?

Step 1: 00'00 -->1'12

1) Definition of gender equality
2) The situation 150 years ago --> Women couldn't (8)

International Women's Day is celebrated every year on March 8 but why is this day important? What does that day signify? This Miniclip explores the origins of women's suffrage throughout the United Kingdom's modern history including the impact of World War I on women's rights and the granting of voting rights for women. It also discusses damaging stereotypes for both girls and boys, the presence of gender inequality that still exists today, and how to celebrate the women in your own life.

Step 1: Watch the video and complete your worksheet

Step 2: 1'12 -->2'48

Step 3: 2'49 -->4'08

Step 4: 4'09 --> the end

Step 2: What is International Women's Day? (trace écrite part 1)

Activity 2: Homework: Réviser tout ce qui a été fait sur cette vidéo pour préparer la CE (compte-rendu en français) d'une partie du script.

Step 2: What is International Women's Day? (trace écrite part 2)

Séance 5: Little Women

Séance 6: Final task: visual display

International Women's Day

1) Definition and timeline (some milestones & important names)

2) Theme of this year --> what does #BreakTheBias mean?

3) Gender stereotyping: where? how? why?

4) What could you do to #BreakTheBias ?