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Hidden Curriclum of Gender Roles

Hidden Curriclum of Gender Roles

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  • Teacher responses to: “Do you find that the boys in your class like reading?”None of the teachers found that boys liked reading, and two teachers said that boys only liked reading particular male-oriented texts.
  • It seemed that the underlying assumption was that girls already liked to read, and thus needed less special teacher attention – they already like reading, and thus are more willing to try new texts.
  • Student Responses to “Which kind of book is more appealing to you?”
  • Presumably, girls already like reading, so teachers focus energy on the boys.
  • Typically, masculine males do not read. These texts only remind students that if they are to be “proper” males, they will be violent and independent. Reading = passive; passive = feminine.
  • Classroom Teachers should provide choices whenever possible so that students won’t feel as though they’re being “forced” to read a text. Teachers should try to discourage reading along gender boundaries – reading is a human activity, and it is essential to doing well in school. Teachers can help most by introducing and engaging students effectively – the text isn’t going to sell itself.

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