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  1. 1. Sex & Gender Unit B541
  2. 2. Sex & Gender • WALT: To understand the role of biology in typical gender development. • WILF: An understanding of: – The basic evolutionary sex differences in human behaviour and a poster to illustrate this understanding – A spider-diagram to illustrate the criticisms of the theory • SEAL: Self Awareness, Motivation, Managing my Feelings, Social Social Skills and Empathy.
  3. 3. Starter – Quick Quiz • Which chromosome does a woman’s egg contain? • Which chromosomes does a man’s sperm contain? • XX equals a boy or a girl baby? • XY equals a boy or a girl baby? • Gonads in a male baby (in the womb) develop in to what? • Gonads in a female baby (in the womb) develop in to what? • What hormone do boys produce which leads to the changes in their sex organs? • Which two hormones do the ovaries in girls produce which lead to the development of a vagina and the womb? • How might external genitalia affect the way a baby is treated? Give an example. • Between what ages can we expect puberty to occur in both boys and girls? • Give two emotional changes for boys, and two for girls that may be experienced. • What problems can hormone imbalances cause?
  4. 4. Biological Theory • The role of chromosomes in typical gender development.  • The role of gonads in typical gender development.  • The role of hormones in typical gender development.  • External genitalia.  • Puberty.  • Hormone imbalances.  • Basic evolutionary sex differences in human behaviour. • Criticisms of the biological theory of gender development.
  5. 5. Basic evolutionary sex differences in human behaviourBasic evolutionary sex differences in human behaviour ActivityActivity • Using the handout and following our discussion last lesson, design a poster to explain the basic evolutionary differences in human behaviour.
  6. 6. Criticisms of the biological theory of gender developmentCriticisms of the biological theory of gender development ActivityActivity Criticisms of the biological theory of gender development
  7. 7. HomeworkHomework • The handout provided is a series of short answer questions based on what we have learnt over the last few lessons. •Answer the questions in your exercise books, and stick the exam questions in to your book. •The homework is due in next lesson

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