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Women and Gender Studies Socratic Discussion!
In this 6 week course, we will learn about basic WGS terms & have open discussions to allow students to form + articulate own opinions on modern day social issues!
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I will be introducing topics such as intersectionality & 3rd/4th waves of feminism so that students can learn more about social conflicts today and be able to form their own educated opinions. I'll begin the class with some historical background and terms then I'll ask open ended questions to allow students to communicate their thoughts on the matter. It will be very casual and conversational but the point is to learn how to build/articulate an argument and problem solve.
Students will be able to articulate a personal, educated argument and learn to come up with unique solutions to complex issues.
I may assign optional readings to help students further their insights on certain matters.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We may be diving into some more politically sensitive topics such as the #MeToo movement, LGBTQ, and immigration issues. I won't put any images or content that are too graphic, but I think it's important for young people to start becoming aware of these issues in an educational form so they can develop a more mature viewpoint.
Juliet PoucherRead and Write with Jules!
31 total reviews
30 completed classes
Hello! My name is Juliet (or Jules) Poucher and I'm currently an English Literature student at San Francisco State University. Some fun facts are: I love skating & surfing, I've written for a couple online magazines, and I've studied abroad in...