CHAPTER_3_POWERPOINT socioeconomic statuses

CHAPTER_3_POWERPOINT socioeconomic statuses - CLASS &...

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CLASS & SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EDCI 2400 : EDUCATION & DIVERSE POPULATIONS S.C.W., Ph.D.
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GUIDING QUESTIONS How are class structures still impacting our lives  today?  What school related activities can be seen as  classist? How did class structures affect who you have  become today? School related activities that can be viewed as “classist”: Field Trips- Cost, transportation, Lunch, and souvenirs, Chaperones: stay at home moms/dads are more likely to chaperone. - Parties: establish a day each month for parties, so that students do not feel left out. - Birthdays Holidays It is recommended as a teacher, to get a helper (mom, dad) to help coordinate things. Dances: outfit, tickets, dinner, pictures, corsages, primping. On average, 3 dances per school year. For girls: primping, hair/makeup, pictures. Tan. = $500 For guys: tux, dinner, transportation. = $500 The Cinderella Project: people donate dresses; students show their I.D. then pick a dress that has been donated. SPORTS: dancing/cheerleading- 5 uniforms on average. At least $1000 minimum. Many schools put on fundraisers , other schools will let students and parents know the cost upfront and if they cannot afford it, they won’t be able to tryout. Presents: teachers get presents for
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