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Wednesday, the seventh of November Classwork Topic: Gender Roles In The Media Aim: Discussing Gender Roles In The Media, we’ll speak in details about this problem, besides, you’ll improve your doing tests skills.
What We Will Learn Are males dominant over females in all the world? How similar are gender roles throughout the world? Do women and men in the same culture communicate differently?
CHECKING HOMEWORK Grammar revision The degrees of Comparison Reading sentences Doing online tests
Gender Roles (From the history) Men have greater body mass and strength and are better equipped for hunting, warfare, and land clearing. Women do tasks that are compatible with pregnancy, breastfeeding, and child care.
Gender Roles This baseball player engaged in child care in the locker room is just one example of changing gender roles in the United States.
Gender Roles Traditional gender roles are sometimes reversed in 21st century America, as with this female fire fighter.
Gender Roles In the United States, it is estimated that about 20% of all preschool children are cared for primarily by their fathers.
Violence Against Women Physical violence against women, the result of gender ideology, continues to be a problem in the United States.
Men’s Lifespan Men tend to have a shorter life span than women, in part because they engage in more high-risk jobs.
- We must make a decision. - We must decide where to go for our holidays. We should have decided months ago. - I'll be down in a minute, I've got to finish this article I'm writing. Have you got everything you need? – Yes, thanks. Joan picked up a brochure and read: "To be sure of obtaining a place, it is necessary to book well in advance," And, in another one: "You must book early to avoid the rush." Joan was very angry because it was already the middle of June and they had done nothing. Well, if you're going to do something, you should do it properly, she thought. She looked through the pile of brochures and then went to make a cup of tea. David, having finished his article, came downstairs. He stopped and picked up the post from the mat. - Oh look, still more brochures. We've got more than we need. Joan was furious: "You need a stick of dynamite to move you, she shouted. - Oh come on, don't be angry. Make the tea. - Make it yourself! shouted Joan and went out slamming the door. David scratched his head: - But what did I do?"
Reading Task Read the text below. For questions (1 - 6) choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Write your answers on the separate answer sheet. Marie Curie was born in 1867. She is one of the greatest scientists ever to have lived. She was a pioneer in the field of radioactivity and discovered the chemical elements radium and polonium. Curie is the only person ever to win two Nobel Prizes in two different sciences. Other achievements include being the first female professor at the University of Paris. Curie was born in Warsaw, Poland. Her father was a Maths and Physics teacher and was a big influence on Marie’s early education. From an early age Marie was an exceptional student with an amazing memory.
She often went without food and sleep to study. Her brilliant mind led her to Paris to study and to conduct her research. She met her future husband Pierre Curie at the university. He considered Marie to be a genius and instantly wanted to work withher. They got married and spent most of their Time together in their laboratory studying radioactive materials. Their research led to the discovery of radium, for which they were honoured with the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1903. Pierre was killed in 1906 and Marie was devastated and extremely lonely.
She threw herself even deeper into herwork and won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1911. Shespent the 1920s raising funds for more research into radium. In 1934 she died from a condition caused by decades of exposure to radiation. Before that no one knew how deadly radium could be.
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1. What is the best title for this text? A The Discoveries in Physics. B Marie’s Family Life. C Marie Curie: the Great Scientist. D Marie Curie: the Early Years. 2. Marie Curie A was one of the greatest mathematicians. B studied radioactivity. C discovered radioactivity. D was the first female professor at the University of Warsaw.
3. Curie won A the Nobel Prize in Biology. B two Nobel Prizes in Chemistry. C two Nobel Prizes in two different sciences. D no Nobel Prizes. 4. Marie and her husband A studied radioactive materials together. B met at school. C were honoured with the Nobel Prize for Maths. D died in the same year.
5. Her husband Pierre died A in an accident in Paris. B at the prison. C in his laboratory. D no one knew tis innformation. 6. Until Marie Curie died in 1934, A no one knew how deadly radium could be. B everyone knew how deadly radium was. C no one knew anything about radium. D radium hadn’t been discovered yet.