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Title: Unit 3 Gender Differences


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Unit 3 Gender Differences
Preparation Words Text Exercises
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  • Preparation

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1. How Is It Possible?
  • Step One
  • when control runs hospital doctor
    operate
  • Step Two
  • Yes, it is possible. The doctor is the boys
    mother

4
  • 2. Difference Between Men and Women
  • characteristic
  • Suffer more illness
  • Have a higher rate of colorblindness
  • Have a large brain
  • Are more likely to have a heart attack
  • Have more fears
  • Live longer
  • Like diamond shapes
  • Miss more work

5
Video
  • Carol snuck out for a date. So did her brother
    Ben. But they got different punishment from their
    dad. How does this happen?

6
Words
  • aspire
  • feminine/famine
  • masculine/muscular
  • subordinate
  • up to

7
  • Reading-Centered Activity

8
Text
  1. Introduction (P1)
  2. There is a cultural bias in education that favors
    boys over girls. (P2,3,4)
  3. The educational bias begins at home. (P5)

9
aspire
  • He aspired
  • after knowledge.
  • to the highest positions.
  • to become president.

10
subordinate
  • adj.
  • He is working in a subordinate position now.
  • n.
  • Don is my superior. He has some other
    subordinates here.
  • v.
  • He subordinated his wishes to the eternal good of
    the group.

11
take over
  • The new governor will take over next week.

12
up to
  • Up to 10 people may attend the final.
  • She had hope of his coming up to the last moment.

13
Words in The Text
  • incorporate
  • identity
  • take over
  • dimension
  • reinforce

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incorporate
  • They incorporated his new ideas into their plans.
  • The new plan incorporates the old one.
  • I incorporated the new plans with the old ones.

15
identity
  • n. who or what a particular person or thing is
  • Please prove your identity.
  • identity card
  • identify v. prove or show the identity of
  • I identified that coat at once.
  • I identified the criminal.
  • I will identify the 2 tastes.

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dimension
  • A line has one dimension and a square has 2
    dimensions.
  • dimensions (size)
  • A box of large dimensions.
  • The dimensions of this difficulty have only
    recently been recognized.
  • dimensional adj.
  • A 3-dimensional cinema film is one that seems to
    have depth as well as breadth and height.

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reinforce
  • to reinforce a coat by sewing pieces of leather
    on the elbows.
  • to reinforce an argument with facts
  • to reinforce an army

18
P1
  • What might be the reasons for human behavior,
    emotions and interests?
  • Gender roles are learned
  • directly
  • indirectly

19
P2
  • What did a study of American public schools show?
  • What kind of students are more likely to have
    higher achievements?

20
P3
  • What does the research by the Sadkers show?

21
P4
  • What is the meaning of self-fulfilling
    prophecy?
  • What is the self-fulfilling prophecy in this
    paragraph?

22
P5
  • When did this sex-biased education begin?
  • What would a teacher probably expect from a girl?

23
Discussion Questions
  • Is this biased attitude fair?
  • Do you have any suggestions to change this
    situation?

24
Difficult Sentences
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Over the past few decades, it has been proven
innumerable times that the various types of
behavior, emotions, and interests that constitute
being masculine and feminine are pattered by both
heredity and culture.
  • ????,it?????,??????that??????

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As a matter of fact, in the late 1960s, when many
of the best all-womens colleges in the
northeastern United States opened their doors to
male students
  • All-womens college?????????????,?????????????????
    ???????co-educational, ??co-ed?

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girls are filled with fears of the world outside
the home and with the desire to be approved of
for their goodness and obedience to rules.
  • approve of sb./sth?????,????,????,???????
  • with the desire to be approved
    of????????????????
  • for their goodness and obedience to
    rules??for??????????

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These lessons carry over from the home to the
classroom, where girls are generally observed to
be more dependent on the teacher, more concerned
with the form and neatness of their work than
with its content, and more anxious about being
right in their answers than in being
intellectually independent, analytical, or
original.
  • whereor original ?????????,??????????classroom?
  • be concerned with????,???
  • original?????,?????

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