Activities for Teaching Gender and Sexuality in the University Classroom is the first interdisciplinary collection of activities devoted entirely to teaching about gender and sexuality. It offers both new and seasoned instructors a range of exciting exercises that can be immediately adapted for their own classes, at various levels, and across a range of disciplines. Activities are self-contained, classroom-tested, and edited for ease of use and potential to remain current. Each activity is thoroughly described with a comprehensive rationale that allows even those unfamiliar with the material/concepts to quickly understand and access the material, learning objectives, required time and materials, directions for facilitation, debriefing questions, cautionary advice, and other applications. For the readeras benefit, each activity is briefly summarized in the table of contents and organized according to themes common to most social science classrooms: Work, Media, Sexuality, Body, etc. Many activities also include handouts that can be photocopied and used immediately in the classroom. Activities for Teaching Gender and Sexuality in the University Classroom will be the standard desk-reference on this topic for years to come, and will be indispensable to those who regularly teach on these topics.Alternative Uses - This activity can move beyond roles of men and women to also include roles of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender characters. ... This activity can also be turned into a take-home assignment. ... New York: Aladdin.
|Title||:||Activities for Teaching Gender and Sexuality in the University Classroom|
|Author||:||Michael Murphy, Elizabeth Ribarsky|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2013-04-26|