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Unformatted text preview: Susan Martinez October 21, 2011 Social Foundations of Education Group 4 Facilitating #2 Jeremy and I worked equally as much on putting together the presentation and developing topics to guide the discussion. We decided to continue from where the class left off on Monday, by starting an icebreaker bringing in the ideas of culture; trying to define and differentiate between white and black culture. Before we began the discussion though, we chose to include a disclaimer for the day’s discussion, given that Monday’s class dialogue became controversial to the point that some people felt uncomfortable, and we wanted to avoid the uneasy moods and keep it as a safe environment for sharing critical ideas about the readings. Although, the topics of culture were definitely taboo, the conversation went by smoothly. Many of our group members mentioned in their reviews that they enjoyed the link between the icebreaker on culture and the culture of power, in contrast to, the culture of poverty, and felt as...
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- Fall '11
- Poverty, Jeremy, Social Foundations of Education