It is definitely a conversational class that deals with the role of a woman in society, in history and nowadays. It focuses mainly on the ways women were and are still perceived by men, by other women, and by themselves. The video (the link of which is included) is quite strong so if you want to have this lesson with your teen students, you’d better skip it, especially if you teach in a public school. I tried to smuggle a little bit of grammar and remarkable vocabulary here, all wrapped in speaking activities. The whole lesson is definitely for adults but you may try to do it with older teens as well. I did and my teens absolutely got engaged in the conversations. The topic is so universal you may use it whenever you want. Women’s (or Human) Rights will always be a hot topic worth discussing.