It depends on your audience, but I think ‘men/man/boy’ and ‘women/woman/girl’ is a good in-between ~ not too formal, not too casual. I always think using ‘male’ and ‘female’ sounds more like you are in a biology class!😊

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As this is an assignment for class I would suggest using ‘male’ and ‘female’ - these terms are used pretty frequently and should not be considered too formal.

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With classmates they will be the same age as you so in this instance you can be a bit informal with your language to fit the target audience and keep them engaged. So boys and girls should be fine, however if you’re talking to a group of teachers or mixed ages you will need to be a bit more formal with they way you address the audience

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