2.Why do some couples prefer a son to a girl? Because they think sons will perpetuate their family lineage. 3. What should we do to help the girls? Protect girls and create a favorite environment for girls to work and share their burden.
UNIT 6: GENDER EQUALITY - GETTING STARTED
Who do you see in the picture?
students: boys and girl 2. Where do you think they are?-> at school 3. What are they doing? (boys, girls)
Activity 1: Listen and read
Gender /'dʤendə/ (n) The condition of being male or female
Equal /'i:kwəl/ (adj)
Enrol /in'roul/ (n)
Eliminate /i'limineit/ (v)
Rural /'ruərəl/ (adj)
- gender /'dʤendə/ (n):
- equal /'i:kwəl/ (adj):
- eliminate /i'limineit/ (v):
- enrol /in'roul/ (n):
- discrimination /dis,krimi'neiʃn/ (n):
phân biệt, đối xử
- rural /'ruərəl/ (adj):
thuộc nông thôn
Activity 2: Read the conversation again. Decide if the following statements are true (T), false (F) or not given (NG). Tick the correct boxes.
Activity 3. Read the conversation again and answer the question.
1. What was the enrolment rate in sub-Saharan African in 2010?
Only 82 girls enrolled per 100 boys in secondary school.
2. Why can’t girls go to school according to Quang ? Because they might be forced to work at home and in the field
3. What is the enrolment rate in school in Viet Nam?
There are slightly more boys than girls in both primary and secondary schools.
4. Who earns more college degrees in Viet Nam?
Women do 5. Why should gender discrimination be eliminated? It should be eliminated so that everyone has equal opportunities