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  • 1. The process which insociety we all becomeuniform because of thenorms and values welearn.
  • 2. You have 30 seconds to read and memorise the following...Socialisation begins at birth and continues throughout our life. It is through socialisation that we learn our norms and values.We never stop learning how to behave due to the ever changingnature of the society in which we live and the new situations we may find ourselves in. There are two main types of socialisation. Primary and secondary socialisation.
  • 3. Now in your own words, writedown a definition for SocialisationWork in pairs if you need to, get as much detail down as you can remember. DON’T MAKE THINGS UP!
  • 4. You have 30 seconds to check you have included everything in your definition...Socialisation begins at birth and continues throughout our life.It is through socialisation that we learn our norms and values. We never stop learning how to behave due to the ever changing nature of the society in which we live and the new situations we may find ourselves in. There are two main types of socialisation. Primary and Secondary socialisation.
  • 5. PRIMARY SOCIALISATIONWhere does primary socialisation happen?Usually happens in the family. The family is the primary agent ofsocialisation.Why is family the primary agent of socialisation?During our early years we learn the most basic norms, values, goalsand attitudes of our culture and society from the family.We acquire human skills – love, sadness, humour, to laugh, to cry, tosmile, to communicate and interact through primary socialisation, inthe family. Close human relationships are important for the primarysocialisation of children.
  • 6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyqbnDjId7g• Describe Oxanna Malaya’s primary socialisation
  • 7. In your learning groups,conduct a role play to showhow primary socialisation mighttake place in the family.
  • 8. Away from the family,where else might we learnour norms/values/attitudesand goals?
  • 9. Homework: Write a script of how social process may takeplace in a school.Example: A pupil refusing to work in class.Pupil: I do not want to be in this classTeacher:Pupil:Teacher: