Curriculum for children of the working class o

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Curriculum for children of the working class o Curriculum children of the middle class o Affluent and Wealthy o Divergent paths – classism - School objectives for private vs. public urban schools o Private/boarding school CRITICALLY THINK ABOUT THINGS Disciplined and trained mind Leadership Well-read Well-rounded education College Prep o Public SIT DOWN, REMEMBER , REGERGETATE Discipline Follow rules, laws Learn to read and write-rote memorization of material
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o Sexism in schools Observational and other research: Teachers call on boys more often o When the answer is wrong Praise goes to White males, minority males, Some praise white females White Males get more time to answer Criticized minority females Girl said wrong answer, “No, your wrong” Boy said wrong answer, “Um, not quite” Girls receive different feedback than boys Boys given more time to answer questions GET CALLED ON MORE FREQUENTLY Women not prominently featured in textbooks or in curriculum Boys - hands on learners Girls - group learning
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