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Welcome Back...Winter Term

Looking Back, Looking Forward, Housework, Creative Writing
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Debra Graham

on 6 March 2015

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Transcript of Welcome Back...Winter Term

CREATIVE WRITING PAPER
2013
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
JANUARY
HOUSEWORK
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Looking Back
What Went Well...
LOOKING FORWARD
Health
2010 Stats Canada Study
•Late baby boomers (born 1957 to 1966) age 20 to 29 in 1986
•Generation X (born 1969 to 1978)
age 20-29 in 1998
•Generation Y (born 1981 to 1990)
age 20-29 in 2010
Women perform
more hours of
unpaid household
work than men,
and tasks
performed are
gendered.
800 TO 1000 WORDS
COURSE THEMES
GENRE REQUIREMENT
Women and
men do
different
kinds of
work
Welcome Back
Explanations
Looking Back, Looking Forward
Housework, Creative Writing Paper

What Needs Work...
Short Answers
Essay
Comparison/Contrast
Vocabulary
1. ESSENTIALISM
pp. 67 & 68

2. HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY
pg. 10

3. HETEROSEXISM
pg. 117-121

4.INTERSECTIONALITY
pg. 9

5.TRANSGENDER
pp. 45-46, 58-61
Families
Violence
Popular Culture
Globalization
Creative
Non-fiction
Flash-fiction
Short Play
Poem
Song Lyrics
11TH
5:00 P.M.
WEBCT
*Gen Y women performed 0.4 hours more housework than Gen Y men
*Dual-earner women in Gen Y did 53 % of the total housework
*51% of Gen Y lived at home with their parents,
*19% of Gen Y had children by 29
pay bills, wash dishes, do laundry and grocery shop, clean the house, care for children, and make decisions about decorating
yard work, maintain the car, and make financial decisions.
sociability work
*Gen Y men performed 1.1 hours more of paid work than Gen Y women
building & coaching
house
repairs,
Socialization theory
Rational choice theory
Feminist theory
Feminisms and Activism
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