1) What is Gender?
Characteristics of women and men that are created by society
Biological characteristics of women and men
Mental characteristics of women and men
Physical characteristics of women and men
Gender equality means
They have equal value and equal treatment
Both men and women are same
They should get equal salary at work place
All of the above
Gender roles may lead to
All of the above
The seed of stereotype is sown in
Which of the following is an effective strategy to reduce children’s gender stereotyping and gender–role conformity?
Discussion about gender bias
Emphasizing gender-specific roles
Gender-segregated play groups
gender –segregated seating arrangement
Which one of the following may be the criteria of gender parity in a society?
Comparison of number of male and female teachers in school
Equal no of distinctions achieved by boys and girls
Comparison of no. of boys and girls
Whether girl students are allowed to participate in competitions organized outside the school.
To avoid gender biases in the class, the teacher must be aware of the
Discriminative attitude of the students
Stereotype attitude of the students
Both a and b
None of the above
When a teacher considers boys as naturally better at mathematics than girls, it shows that teacher is
How can we remove gender bias?
By teaching acceptance
By neglecting our own conduct
By uneven access to education
By discriminating between boys and girls
Consider the two themes A and B and choose the correct theme/themes to discuss gender parity:
A. Dignity of labor
B. Home management responsibilities
Both A and B are relevant
Both A and B are irrelevant
Only A is relevant
Only B is relevant