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Déconstruire les stéréotypes de genre à partir de contes

Abstract : For a long time, women have lived in the shadow of men, therefore girls didn’t get the same access to school. Although equality and accessibility have greatly evolved, ways of thinking are still full of stereotypes. Literature being about the customs of its time, modern tales do not convey the same today than yesterday. So, I wondered how to make CM1-CM2 pupils acknowledge gender stereotypes through tales. Five moral and civic instruction and French sessions were suggested around the personality, the look and the activities of characters from tales. Results show that girls and boys globally agree in their answers. In this way, the final questionnaire reveals that courage evolved in favor of both genders. Pupils claim that activities are not gendered but their speeches tend to show the opposite. They show a change of behavior according wether there’s a male or female presence. Therefore, the pupils of this class have already integrated gender attributions. Finally, this research made me realize the importance of putting the pupil in the heart of the learning process by helping them with simple gestures: reformulate, synthesize.
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Morgane Veiga. Déconstruire les stéréotypes de genre à partir de contes. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-03136384⟩

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