To coincide with International Women's Day 2016, Australian bank ANZ launched a social case study highlighting the gender pay gap in Australia by capturing the reactions of brothers and sisters doing the same chores but not receiving equal amount of money as payment. The video series, titled Pocket Money, aims to bring the financial inequality conversation to a personal, everyday level by posing a confronting and thought-provoking question: "How would our daughters feel if we paid them less than our sons for chores around the house?"
The children's reactions and comments are priceless, and made me laugh out loud once or twice. This would be a great video to use for exploring the topic of the gender pay gap (i.e., men being paid more than women for doing the same work). And it also contains several conditionals, which could also be the focus of a lesson. Some nice Australian accents too!
• ANZ highlights gender pay gap in OZ in new social case study (Campaign Brief)
• 'Why does he get more?' Video showing little girls' confused reactions to boys getting more pocket money highlights the gender pay gap on International Women’s Day (MailOnline)