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Interactive presentation plan for: Practise test: Gender Roles

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Study Source 1

Identify two differences between the traditional roles of men and women from Source 1

Study Source 1

Explain what you think is the main reason for differences between the traditional roles of men and women from Source 1

Study Source 1

Explain why changes in the roles of men and women is an important issue

Study Source 2

‘Women and men do not have the same roles in society.’

How well does the writer support this statement?
You should consider the strengths and weaknesses of the Source material.

Study source 2

‘Women are paid less than men in many jobs.’

How could you check if this statement is true? You should consider the types of information, sources of evidence and methods you might use.

Study Source 3

Identify one value judgement from Source 3. Explain why you think it is a value judgement.

Study Source 3

Identify one fact from Source 3. Explain why you think it is a fact.

Study Source 3

In this discussion, whose reasoning works better, Elene’s or Mulu’s?
In your answer you should support your judgement with their words and phrases and you may consider:
• the strength of their knowledge claims;
• how reasonable their opinions are;
• whether you accept their values and why;
• the reliability and validity of their evidence;
• other relevant issues.

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