Bell Ringers Questions | Topic: Gender Roles | Middle and High School

Engage your MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS with these 40 Bell Ringer Questions. Get them thinking and either writing or discussing about GENDER, GENDER ROLES AND IDENTITY. A response sheet in 3 different formats, from short to longer answers, is also included.

HOW TO USE?

Each bell ringer slide has at least one open question which requires either a written response or pair/group discussion. If you use them for writing, a response sheet is provided in 3 formats: short, middle or long response. If you use them for discussion, simply project the slide and let them talk in pairs or small groups.

Make sure to start from the Tracking Sheet to get organized. Jot down which questions are being used each day.

WHO ARE THESE BELL RINGERS FOR?

middle and high school students
ESL/ELL students
IELTS/TOELF preparation
IGCSE ESL
speech therapy

WHAT IS INCLUDED?

You will find both US and UK spelling for each file
(Choose the spelling you prefer and simply delete the other files.)

1. BELL RINGERS with RESPONSE SHEETS

+Total pages: 83 - 40 colored+40 black&white+3 response sheets
+A PDF file sized 1 1 x 8.5 inches
+4 0 different bell ringers (slides)
+One bell ringer per page
+Colored and black&white version for each slide
+Ideal for projectors or white boards
+Response sheets in 3 formats (short middle and longer response)\

2. TRACKING SHEETS

+Total pages: 2
+2 pages with all the prompts to get organized and keep track of the questions used\

3. TERMS OR USE + MORE RESOURCES

+Total pages: 3
+Terms of use and credit to artists whose clip art and fonts were used in this product
+Links to all the other Bell Ringer Questions in my store\

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

UK and US versions for all cards and formats are included.
Black&white version of all cards and formats also included.
No Prep needed.

SAMPLE QUESTIONS

(All questions are Open Questions and most cards have more than one question)

  1. “Do you see yourself as a typical man/woman? Why or why not? What are those “typical” characteristics?”
  2. “What kind of habits or attitudes are considered appropriate for women, but inappropriate for men? And vice versa? Why is that the case?”
  3. " Who do you think is easier to raise, boys or girls? Why?"
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Created: Aug 16, 2020

Updated: Aug 22, 2020

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