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This presentation follows the structure of a Gender Stereotypes lesson found on GLSEN.org. It is not in itself a lesson, it just provides a flow to the lesson. The full lesson plan is here: https://www.glsen.org/activity/thats-gender-stereotype

This presentation follows the structure of a Gender Stereotypes lesson found on GLSEN.org. It is not in itself a lesson, it just provides a flow to the lesson. The full lesson plan is here: https://www.glsen.org/activity/thats-gender-stereotype

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  1. 1. Write your favorite: Color, Activity, and Future Job
  2. 2. Stereotypes An idea that many people believe about a large group of people
  3. 3. Think of Examples of Stereotypes Girls •Color: •Activities: •Jobs: Children •Color: •Activities: •Jobs: Boys •Color: •Activities: •Jobs:
  4. 4. Examples of Stereotypes Girls •Color: •Activities: •Jobs: Children •Color: •Activities: •Jobs: Boys •Color: •Activities: •Jobs:
  5. 5. Examples of Stereotypes Girls •Color: pink, purple •Activities: drawing, dolls •Jobs: Children •Color: red •Activities: toys, playing, recess, friends •Jobs: Boys •Color: blue, green •Activities: sports, cars •Jobs: police,
  6. 6. Stereotypes and You Are there any stereotypes you fit? Are there any stereotypes that don’t fit you? Do these stereotypes have to be true for all girls, all boys, or all children?
  7. 7. “That’s a stereotype!” Game If the sentence is a stereotype, or a simple idea that’s not true for everyone in a group, stand up and cross your arms, and say, “That’s a
  8. 8. large group of people that many people think is true, but it is not true for everyone in that group
  9. 9. List of Stereotypes Girls •Color: •Activities: •Jobs: Children •Color: •Activities: •Jobs: Boys •Color: •Activities: •Jobs:
  10. 10. Stereotypes and Us Is it OK when stereotypes don’t fit us? How does it feel when stereotypes don’t fit? Why should we think about gender stereotypes?
  11. 11. Gender stereotypes are harmful because they take a simple idea and try to say it works for everyone in a group. Gender stereotypes sometimes make people stop doing an activity they like and really want to do. They make it

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  • Some people aren’t boys or girls, they’re just people
  • Ask students to look again at the lists of stereotypes for boys and girls. Encourage them to think about how they identify today and to list any ways that they don’t fit or “break” stereotypes for girls, boys, or children. Facilitate a conversation with your students about their reflections, asking, “Is it OK when stereotypes don’t fit us? How does it feel when stereotypes don’t fit? Why should we think about gender stereotypes, or stereotypes telling us about things for ‘boys’ and ‘girls’?”

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