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Keep a list of 6 women you encounter for a week and pay attention to how they act when they perform their roles
role she played
ask her about the roles she is playing and has played in the past
what role did you take on in life that you really did not expect to have
have you had to give up a role that you wanted and try something else
what stereotypes do you think girls my age face in the world today
What other roles do you hope to try at some point
what did you want to be when you were my age
has anything stopped you from playing any of your roles
are there women who helped pave the way for you in your roles
who are they and what have you learned from them
what can we do about stereotypes
We may get these ideas from our own experience, people in our family, the people we know,
the groups we belong to, what we see or read in the news or on social media and maybe even
, (ste-rio-type), is something that we believe to be true about a particular group of people.
from movies or computer games. Stereotyping can help us relate to others in our world but it can also lead to
have you ever had to confront a stereotype, if so what happened
(could be mother/grandmother/neighbor/restaurant workers/teachers/community workers etc.….)
Prejudice, Racism and Sexism. Are the following true or are they stereotypes?
*Is every boy sports mad?
*Is every girl into fashion?
*Is everyone that is poor not smart?
*Is everyone in any group of people exactly the same as all others belonging to that age, or sex or race?
Keep a list of no more than 6 stereotypes that you see in a week (in real life, tv, books, sports)
Where I found it
Keep a list of all your roles for one week
Choose one women that you encountered this week and interview her using the following questions
which qualities and values in the Girl Scout law are most important in her roles, and why they're important to her