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People Were Born with Singular Gender Identity?Multicultural Curriculum Research of Teaching Chinese Picture Books In Middle School
gender equality education
picture books teaching
The purpose of the present study was to design a multicultural curriculum of teaching Chinese picture books in the effort to change students’ gender role stereotype and also enhance reading interest. The participants were 8th grade students in one class. The present study was a qualitative action research emphasized on education curriculum design and teaching. Data was collected via learning sheet, interview, observation, and documentary research. The effectiveness of the multicultural curriculum was evaluated by analyzing the curriculum and teaching strategy, students' learning efficiency and outcome, and the teacher's professional development. The research findings included： 1. Construct a multicultural curriculum that aims to break the gender stereotypes of students and promote gender equality and reading interest. 2. The multicultural curriculum effectively improves students' gender stereotype, enhances tolerance and respect for others and puts them into practice 3. Using cooperative learning and writing assessment for picture book teaching can enhance students' reading interest, communication and reflection 4. Implementation of social issues in the multicultural curriculum enhances the teachers’ multicultural curriculum design ability and professional development.
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