Sexism in the primary school (TEFC)

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Examines the hidden assumptions of school curricula and the ways in which teachers perpetuate sexist roles in children. A survey of sexism in traditional children’s literature is contrasted with a dramatisation of ‘St George and the dragon’ and observations of children at play are interspersed with comments by teachers with suggestions for a non-sexist and counter sexist curriculum

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00:14:00:00

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012995

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English

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Short films

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Sound

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U-Matic; Access Print (Section 1)

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