250338 an introduction to women in literature teacher presentation lesson element

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Women in Literature An introductory lesson Equality When we ask the question, Are women equal to men? in what ways are we using the word "equal"? Discuss in groups Thinking about equality What if you lived elsewhere? What differences are there from country to country, community to community, today? Can you think of examples? “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others” – George Orwell Limited equality for women – possible factors Example: Religion The LORD God said, "It is not good for the man to be alone I will make a helper suitable for him.“ – NIV, Genesis 2:18 What other factors can you think of? Discuss in groups Class mini debate “Clearly, women are not equal to men” The emergence of female authors • Austen ‘A Lady’ (1811) • Pseudonyms: Eliot (1857) and the Brontë sisters (1846) • “Mrs Gaskell” (1853) Improvements for women What does feminism mean? “The advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes” -Oxford English Dictionary Women in Literature When we consider women in literature, we should consider: •Women as writers •Female characters written by women •Female characters written by men Thank you for using this OCR resource Other OCR resources are available at www.ocr.org.uk To give us feedback on, or ideas about, the OCR resources you have used email resources.feedback@ocr.org.uk OCR Resources: the small print OCR’s resources are provided to support the teaching of OCR specifications, but in no way constitute an endorsed teaching method that is required by the Board, and the decision to use them lies with the individual teacher Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the content, OCR cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions within these resources © OCR 2015 - This resource may be freely copied and distributed, as long as the OCR logo and this message remain intact and OCR is acknowledged as the originator of this work OCR acknowledges the following content: Slides and 5: 3dmask, Slide 8: Sheffield Tiger, Flickr www.flickr.com under the terms of the Creative Commons CC-BY-2.0 licence https://www.flickr.com/photos/sheffield_tiger/3510491027/ Please get in touch if you want to discuss the accessibility of resources we offer to support delivery of our qualifications: resources.feedback@ocr.org.uk [...]... decision to use them lies with the individual teacher Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the content, OCR cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions within these resources © OCR 2015 - This resource may be freely copied and distributed, as long as the OCR logo and this message remain intact and OCR is acknowledged as the originator of this work OCR acknowledges the following...Thank you for using this OCR resource Other OCR resources are available at www.ocr.org.uk To give us feedback on, or ideas about, the OCR resources you have used email resources.feedback@ocr.org.uk OCR Resources: the small print OCR’s resources are provided to support the teaching of OCR specifications, but in no way constitute an endorsed teaching method that is required by the Board, and the... originator of this work OCR acknowledges the following content: Slides 3 and 5: 3dmask, Slide 8: Sheffield Tiger, Flickr www.flickr.com under the terms of the Creative Commons CC-BY-2.0 licence https://www.flickr.com/photos/sheffield_tiger/3510491027/ Please get in touch if you want to discuss the accessibility of resources we offer to support delivery of our qualifications: resources.feedback@ocr.org.uk
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