Monday, 18 May 2015
In our school, 6 second-grade teachers done different versions of this scenarios at their classes.
TITLE: Gender Equality
SUBJECT: Social Studies
LESSON TITLE: Peer Exclusion
THE TEACHERS AND THE SCHOOL: Gülten Yetik
Yeni Turan Primary School.
AGE OF THE STUDENTS: 8
LEVEL: 2nd Grade
TIME: 45 minutes
NECESSARY EQUIPMENTS: Course book, pictures, worksheets, Word Web tools
At the end of the course; the students
- will be able to behave equally eachother.
- will be able to collaborate eachother
- will be able to act
- will be able to use the internet to become more informed about the topic.
- will be able to identify equality vision
- will be able to recognize how bad is bullying
- will be able to identify people’s physical appearance.
- will be able to describe people and recognize the equality of gender.
- will be able to learn the types of jobs
Sometimes a group of children won't let another kid play with them just because of their gender. Gender is whether you are a boy or a girl. Sometimes boys will say that a girl can't play with them. Sometimes girls will say that boys can't play with them.
This isn't nice. It is wrong to exclude someone just because they are a boy or a girl, or because of their gender. Not letting someone play with you just because of their gender is called bullying, and bullying is not allowed at Yeni Turan Primary School.
The teacher asks the pupils to fill the activity in annex 1 for identifing the differences of the games and the toys acccording to the gender.
The teacher asks the pupils to fill the activity in annex 1 for identifing the roles of the people at home or around.
I. Okay, so let's practice what we should say if someone won't let us play with them because we are a boy or a girl! Ali and Veli are playing on the jungle gym, and Ayşe wants to join them, but they tell her that she can't. They say "Girls can't play this game." What do we tell Ali and Veli? One, two, three GO!
II. Good job! Let's try another one. Serap, Canan and Handan are playing on the jungle gym and Berke wants to join them. They tell him, "Only girls can play this game." What should we tell Serap, Canan and Handan? One, two, three GO!
III. Good job! Let's try another one. Banu and Özge are playing in the sandbox, and Arda wants to join them, but they tell him that he can't because he is a boy. What do we say? One, two, three GO!
IV. Good job! Let's try another one. Ali and Umut are playing with blocks during playtime in class. Seda really likes playing with blocks and decides to join Ali and Umut, but they tell her, "Girls can't play with us today!"What do we tell Ali and Umut? One, two, three GO!
Follow up; At the end of the lesson the students are asked to draw some pictures related to the subject.
Thing I like to do
Things I don’t like to
Things I have to do
Things I couldn’t
Ps. We have inspired from this website.
THE HANDSOM AND THE WITCH
A LESSON FROM HOLLAND
A LESSON FROM HOLLAND
A LESSON FROM SPAIN
A LESSON FROM SLOVAKIA
A LESSON FROM TURKEY
A LESSON FROM POLAND
Sunday, 17 May 2015
SURVEY ABOUT EQUALITY ACTIVITIES
In Italy all the lessons about equality had already done and I'll share the video in the blog during the
next week, I hope!
this is the result of the survey we had before starting and after. Have a look! Very interesting!
Saturday, 9 May 2015
Thursday, 7 May 2015
Monday, 4 May 2015
We had a trip to AIR FORCE BASE to meet woman soldiers
and make an interwiew with them.
We also tried many planes, helicopters, helmets and guns.
That was sooo GREAT!!!
At the end we gave a little interwiew for a local radio
about our project.
A trip to Lask - Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires
Our EQUALITY WEEK has just started!!
Today all pupils and teachers took part in an EQUALITY event prepared by Kasia Olczak. They listened to some texts about Equality, watched some presentations and films.
Later they had a meeting with an Equality expert - Proffessor Małgorzata Niewiadomska- Cudak about problems with Equality in different fields.
Pupils and teachers also prepared a lot of posters about Equality Idols and about important women of the world as well as presentations of all partner countries.
Kasia Olczak's Slidely by Slidely Slideshow