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Stage 2. Filling the table "The main directions of feminism"

In the future, students are divided into three groups. Each group is offered a text describing one of the types of the feminist movement (see Appendix 2). Students familiarize themselves with the text and find in it the information necessary to fill in the corresponding line in the table “Main directions of feminism”. After completing work on microgroups, students report the information found. The result of this stage is a completed table (Table 1).



Table 1.

The main directions of feminism



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Stage 2. Filling the table "The main directions of feminism"

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