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Gender equality in sport resources
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Introduce the concept of gender equality in sport by learning about runner Kathrine Switzer.
The story of inspirational sportswoman Kathrine Switzer, the first female to compete in a marathon, forms the basis for this engaging lesson.
Pupils will discover that women were not always allowed to compete in some sports and will have the opportunity to explore their own attitudes to gender inequality.
Asking the children to participate in a drama to persuade the head of the marathon association that women should be allowed to run will appeal to pupils’ strong sense of justice and motivate them to produce some fantastic outcomes.
The resource contains:
- PDF lesson plan
- Different jobs Powerpoint
- Pretend letter from Association of International Marathons
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