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Task 4b: Using video in the classroom

Create an Interactive Video using Edpuzzle

Nadia Ismail

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What is Gender Equality?

“Gender differences arise because of socially constructed gender roles” Gender equality is seen as a human right yet inequality is still prevalent. Creating socially constructed differences in societal roles and responsibilities. Traditional and patriarchal societies observe these binary male/female distinctions.

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Where does gender inequality start?

Gender inequality begins from the moment children are born. There is a cultural dynamic to gender inequality. Education of boys is more widely supported as they are seen as breadwinners. Girls have less expectation to pursue education because of societal norms of her getting married. In a patriarchal society she seen as a liability.

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Lack of education facilitates gender inequality?

POVERTY: Half a billion girls and women suffer from hunger and malnutition in the world today. LACK OF SAFE, PRIVATE Girls and women dont have safety and security at schools. They often suffer violence at the hands of their school mates and in the school environment for wanting to come to school GENDER INEQUALITY Girls are seen as a liability to the family that are not capable of suppoting the family financially. —o CHILD MARRIAGE & EARLY PREGNANCY: 'More than 750 million girls get married before the age of 18. From those 40% have unwanted pregnancies. BASIC HEALTH CARE Many girls are prevented from going to school during menstruation and miss out on school because of lack of basic necessities. Many women face health care challenges that entrenched by a traditional mindset that prioritize a women's role and responsibility to her husband, extended family and society over her overall health. SOCIETAL MINDSET The traditional and patriarchal mindset of the tdeveloping and third world economies needs to change in order to erase gender inequality

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Which box represents gender inequality?

Girls and women account for two thirds of worlds 796 million illiterate population. 68 countries in world maintain that education is a primary factor in a child’s survival Gender inequality accounts for 60 % poverty and hunger amongst girls and women In sub-Saharan Africa girls and women endure 40 billion hours a year in collecting water which affects education a d employment.

Girls are encouraged to pursue an education at all levels throughout the world. Girls are expected to find jobs and earn a salary. Girls are supported by their families to become economically independent and functional members of society. Women are paid equal to that of men throughout the world.

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What can be done to achieve gender equality in society?

Girls need to find their voice and start talking in society. Education must promote positive gender equal perspectives of girls. Transform the way in which society views the potential of girls. Society needs to open up the job market to girls and women. There needs to be a collaborative effort to erase gender inequality from society.

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References

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