Objective: Introduction and Children Passing in the Streets: The Roots of Our Radicalism It is very important that the students' knowledge on feminism is understood by both themselves and the teacher to gain the deepest understanding of the book possible. Without this pre-teaching and prior knowledge discussion, misconceptions regarding the students' prior knowledge on feminism can mislead them and their understanding of the material delivered in the book. The objective of this lesson is to examine feminism (both prior knowledge and pre-teaching).
1) Class Discussion: Have students discuss their current knowledge on feminism. Openly discuss their thoughts, factual information, misconceptions, and myths. What do they know about feminism? What are the things that they want to know about feminism? What are things that they have heard about feminism, but do not know if it is true? What is responsible for feminism's existence?
2) Small Group Study: Place students into...
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