Prostitution. Lesson for Aspiring Teachers
Following a unit on the book A Vindication of the Rights of Women, by Mary Wollstonecraft, students in a twelfth grade English class will research the reasons that lead hundreds of thousands of American women into lives of prostitution, oppression, and patriarchal domination despite overt appearances of gender equality and upward vocational mobility. Students will work in groups, each investigating an area of possible causation such as economic stratification, familial disunity, abuse, drug use, etc. Information will be compiled from myriad sources including books, internet resources, documentaries, and interviews with police, human rights advocates, and possibly city officials. Students will then analyze and synthesize the informational aggregate, attempting to ascertain primary, secondary, and tertiary causation and hypothesize about the actions that can be taken to ameliorate or solve the problems that precipitate sexual deviance, social stigmatization, de facto bondage, and personal suffering.
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