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Chapter 3

EDT 190 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Socioeconomic Status, Upper Class


Department
Teacher Education
Course Code
EDT 190
Professor
Ann Mackenzie
Chapter
3

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Language
Language: a system of communication used by a community to negotiate shared meanings
Language of Identity
We teach about the subject instead of engaging the students in the subjects
Good teachers get students to feel like members of the class instead of outsiders
Language of Initiative
Agency: the ability to make choices and direct activity based on one's’ own
resourcefulness and enterprise
Language of Mindfulness
Language allows for possibility of interpretation
Absolute language: causes students to turn off prior knowledge
Conditional language: is not about foregoing answers; it is about foregoing early closure
to the process of finding answers
Language of Praise and Feedback
Feedback should be informative, not just “well done,” “brilliant,” “good job”
“Teacher praise discourages freedom of expression, creates dependency on the teacher
and promotes conformity by conditioning students to measure their worth by their ability
to please others.”
Praise is not Feedback
Language of Listening
“Deep listening is miraculous for both the listener and speaker.
“Seek first to understand, then to be understood.”
Threading requires us to listen for the expression of key ideas, questions or issues
Chapter 3: Pearson
Changes in American Families
Want to help students and be supportive of all backgrounds
Poverty, divorce and work all affected family
People believe children need a mother’s presence and that child care isn’t adequate
Latchkey Kids
Children who return to empty houses after school and who are left alone until parents
come home from work
Socioeconomic status: combination of family income, occupations and level of parental
education
Upper class: composed of highly educated and highly paid professionals
Middle class: white collar workers- managers, workers, TEACHERS
Working class: earn between $25000-40000 ⅓ of population
Lower class: make less than $25000 have high school education
Underclass: people with low income and continually struggle economically
find more resources at oneclass.com
find more resources at oneclass.com
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