The topic, chosen by the students from the five available in the New Directions textbook, is gender roles.
Follow the instructions below. In this kind of journal, you will respond to a reading that is listed on your course calendar.
Each reading journal entry should include three 3 parts with a summary, an evaluation, and a reaction paragraph. Use the following questions as a guide to assist you with writing each paragraph of the journal. Work to answer each question concisely, but with high information density.
Each journal entry should be about words long. Who is the author? Who is the target audience for the article?
How does the author primarily support the main idea: Do you agree with the authors that girls have more freedom to challenge traditional gender roles than boys? Give one or two examples. Focus on two behaviors. This section is extremely important to help you make connections between reading and writing.
We read what others have written to understand ourselves better and to learn different points of view. As you read what others have said, notice not only what they say but also how they say it. Be sure to explain your point of view.boys will be boys Barbara Kantrowitz and Claudia Kalb’s, “Boys will be Boys” article, explains how after years of research on girls, boys must also be put under the microscope, in efforts to reach a further understanding of the adolescent male.
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Newsweek May 11, Barbara Kantrowitz and Claudia Kalb BOYS WILL BE BOYS Developmental research has been focused on girls;%(2). The paper answers the questions in the "A Writers Technique: Summarizing and Paraphrasing" section of the article "Boys Will Be Boys" by Barbara Kantrowitz and Claudia Kalb.
Professional Corner Boys Will Be Boys By Barbara Kantrowitz and Claudia Kalb. It was a classic Mars-Venus encounter. Only in this case, the woman was from Harvard and the man – well, boy – was a 4-year-old at a suburban Boston nursery school.
“Boys Will Be Boys” by Barbara Kantrowitz and Claudia Kalb Summary Paragraphs (examples) a. The feminist movement has made the way boys physically behave seen as unhealthy, when, it actuality, their behavior should be viewed as a natural male trait that needs to be appreciated and not changed.