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  • 1. What is ‘normal’ in British society? List all the things that you think are considered to be ‘normal’ in Britain.
  • 2. Culture Values Norms Socialisation Objectives: What: understand the terms norms and values. How: studying pictures and discussing social situations Why: To be able to use to key sociological terms. Outcomes: E-D: Will be able to describe what a norm and a value is C: Will be able to explain what norms and values are using examples. A*-B: Will be able to consider the influence of culture on norms and values. Lesson 3: Norms and Values
  • 3. What is normal in Britain? You will now see some pictures. For each one we are going to consider: •Is it normal? •Is it normal in some cultures? •Is it against the law? Culture Values Norms Socialisation
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  • 11. Some key words you need to know: Key word Definition Culture The whole way of life of a group of people, passed from one generation to the next Law A set of written rules regulating what may or may not be done by members of a society Norm An informal rule that guides our behaviour in a particular situation Values The beliefs held by a person or a social group that help to build a set of norms Socialisation The process by which someone learns the culture, norms, laws and values of their society. Culture Values Norms Socialisation
  • 12. Some key words you need to know: Key word Definition Culture A set of written rules regulating what may or may not be done by members of a society Law An informal rule that guides our behaviour in a particular situation Norm The whole way of life of a group of people, passed from one generation to the next Values The process by which someone learns the culture, norms, laws and values of their society. Socialisation The beliefs held by a person or a social group that help to build a set of norms Culture Values Norms Socialisation
  • 13. Learning Objective: By the end of this lesson I will be able to… Picture round Culture Values Norms Socialisation E-D: Write a paragraph that explains one norm that you have had to follow in your own life today. Describe one value that you have and why it is important to you. C-B: Explain one norm and one value that you have that might be different in another culture, e.g. wearing a bikini on the beach in the UK is a norm, in an Arabic country it would be seen as very disrespectful and could end up with you in jail. A-A*: Imagine a world where we have different norms and values – write a description of what the world would be like.
  • 14. Learning Objective: By the end of this lesson I will be able to… Mind map the ways in which our society is held together by unwritten rules. How are these monitored? How are they established? How important are they? Culture Values Norms Socialisation