WebCT Payne Lecture 1

WebCT Payne Lecture 1 - Ruby Payne Lecture 1 Chapters 1 3...

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Ruby Payne – Lecture 1 Chapters 1 - 3 Poverty is relative. Generational and situation poverty are not synonymous. Schools and businesses operate from the middle class perspective. It is necessary for teachers to understand hidden rules and to teach the rules that will help students become successful in school and the work force.
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Poverty-“The extent to which an individual does without resources”. Financial Emotional Mental Spiritual Physical
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Poverty-“The extent to which an individual does without resources”. Support Systems Relationships/Role Models Knowledge of Hidden Rules
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Important Points about Scenarios Jail is a part of their lives. Organized society is viewed with distrust, even distaste. Relationships are more important than money. Money is to be shared. People are possessions. . The mother is the most powerful figure in generational
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