A two page comic that shows an example of a gender stereo type myth, about learning abilities.
Use this teaching resource when exploring the themes and issues surrounding International Women’s Day.
This teaching resource is a comic that helps students think about common gender challenges they may face. So often, abilities are measured and expected based on gender. People often say things without thinking, not knowing the information they are delivering is based on a gender stereotype.
In this comic, Monique and Charlie discuss the stereotype of what particular genders do better when learning different subjects.
Download the Gender Ground Rules Comprehension Task Cards for this comic to integrate International Women’s Day to your reading rotations or classroom activities.[resource:3831022]