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Stage 4. Summing up the lessons

Purpose: analysis of students' personal ability to resist gender manipulation.

In the framework of one lesson it is difficult to devote enough time to study the problem of opposition to manipulation. However, in the end of the lesson it is necessary to do it. For this, the teacher at the end of the lesson asks the students a question: “What contributes to opposing gender manipulation / how worthily (constructively, in a civilized way) to resist gender manipulation?” And invites students to respond to it, based on their knowledge of theory or practice. Students' answers are briefly recorded by the teacher on the blackboard, correcting the answers if necessary.
Teacher's resume: the ability to resist gender manipulation and not become a manipulator itself is based on the observance of two conditions - the ability to constructively communicate and the ability to navigate gender issues.

test questions

1. Give the definition of gender manipulation.

2. List the factors contributing to the emergence of gender manipulation.

3. Expand the role of gender stereotypes in manipulative influence.

4. Give an example of gender manipulation and constructive opposition to it.
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Stage 4. Summing up the lessons

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