Session 4: Final Artist Statements

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  1. Connor, Sierra, and I will be creating a PSA about rape and the effects in women. This is extremely important to us as many women around the world (no matter your country or race) are being impacted by rape. Rape needs to stop, and our PSA will show how to do it. With the video we will make sure to add statistics, pictures, and show how rape impacts girls from being better educated (our connection to the glass ceiling).

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  2. We will create a short movie trailer using pictures and words, depicting the effects of the glass ceiling in the workplace. We will illustrate the journey of a woman police officer, who experiences oppression from her male colleagues.

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    1. a movie trailer is a very creative idea

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  3. We will create an infograph (a visual representation of information) to illustrate the negative effects that the glass ceiling has on women.

    Andrea, Gillian, Gabby

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    1. It's really good. different than everyone else's

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  6. We are going to make an iMovie about the stereotypical roles of women in the workplace using statistics, true stories, and attention grabbing facts.
    Sarah, Lauren, Tara

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    1. Very interesting that you are using true stories! Good statement!

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    2. good idea, statistics are very effective

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  7. I will create a movie showing how women gradually are breaking through the glass celling, succeeding in winning major positions of responsibility in society and business.

    Barely two generations ago there were practically no women in government and even less in big corporation and in the justice system. Successful women like Marie Currie, Eleanor Roosevelt, Amelia Erheardt and Golda Meier were few and far between.

    Today there are many women who are head of government, businesses and other important positions all over the world who were able to break the glass celling while still raising a family.

    -Charlotte S., Vanessa E. & Emma D.

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    1. Nice final statement! Very good idea.

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  8. We are going to create a visual film that represents how the physical appearance of women affects their status in the workplace. We are going to use statistics, pictures and examples to show how a women’s size, clothing and make-up affects how they are perceived in the workplace. We will also include ways women can change this situation.

    -Emily, Sophia and Dani 4B

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    1. great idea! appearance is a huge issue

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  9. We will create an info graph showing the progression and differences of feminism in the past couple of years showing the history, in between, and now reactions. We will have graphs and facts and opinions/quotes from feminists themselves and non feminists.

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    1. Great idea! I like how you are creating an info graph and showing how women and feminism have evolved overtime!

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  10. Emily Modlin, Chloe Gilbert and I will be creating an infographic representing the discrepancy of working moms in Denmark, United Kingdom, United States, Canada and Australia. We are going to display it on a map and add statistics to the sides to make it more informative.

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  11. Claudia, Sarah and I will be making a bit strip within a powerpoint showing the difficulties women face while working.

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    1. I like how you are using a bit strip! Very creative

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  13. We will create a poster board explaining how women's rights differ in other countries and show statistics on three countries, including Canada to demonstrate the difference between rights here and rights in stricter areas around the world.

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