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Social Studies

Women's History Through Media (FLEX)

In this 4-week flex class, learners will watch media on YouTube and Netflix and discuss history and feminist themes within them.
Abigail Hunter
302 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 17 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
year olds
learners per class


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$9 per week
Flexible schedule
Over 4 weeks
No live meetings
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Class Experience

I have experience in taking and leading workshops and classes on feminism, crucial conversations and conflict resolution as well as being on the production board of multiple feminist and gender/sexuality centered shows and conversation pieces on a college campus. I have also taught this class to positive reviews from learners and parents in the live format of this class!
Learners will have media to watch each week and writing assignments of 100 words (a small paragraph) or more.
No formal assessment will be given, but learners will receive feedback from the instructor in the classroom and over messages after turning in assignments. 
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
The topics for this class will be a more gentle approach to feminism than the teen section of this class, keeping concepts simple and eliminating as much sensitive terminology as possible (for example, in the teen section I may explain there was legislation for birth control pills in the 1960s, but in this section I would say "laws were written in place to allow women to choose if having a family was something they wanted to do or not). If parents have any questions, they can send a message. We will be discussing the idea of reproductive rights and women not being ashamed of what their bodies can do, sexism, rape culture (limiting the word rape), patriarchal structures in society, and watching videos that depict outdated or harmful stereotypes about women. 
YouTube and Netflix will be required for this class.


Abigail Hunter
Lives in the United States
Down to earth, but up for talking about the big things.
302 total reviews
211 completed classes

About Me

Hello everyone! My name is Abbie and I am a graduate student at Drexel University in a library science program!  I have a BA in English and journalism from the University of Delaware, but also loved taking classes in other forms of writing,... 
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