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Socialization Within Schools


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Socialization Within Schools

  1. 1. Socialisation within our SchoolsSocialisation within our Schools
  2. 2. What is SocialisationWhat is Socialisation Through language socialization, childrenlearn the behaviours that are culturallyappropriate in their community (Schieffelin& Ochs, 1986).
  3. 3.  Children become socially, linguisticallyand culturally competent members of theircommunity through interactions withcaregivers and other more competentmembers of their community (Ochs &Schieffelin, 1984; Schieffelin & Ochs,1986).Who develops this?Who develops this?
  4. 4. HypothesizeHypothesize If we are socialized by external forcesIf we are socialized by external forces(nurture), are there any aspects of our(nurture), are there any aspects of oursocial selves that might be in-bornsocial selves that might be in-born(nature).(nature). Is our need for human affection a productIs our need for human affection a productof nature or nurture?of nature or nurture? What can the monkeys tell us?What can the monkeys tell us?
  5. 5. How do we achieve this inHow do we achieve this inschools?schools? School Charter +School Charter + Effective Teacher/Student relationships +Effective Teacher/Student relationships + Effective Classroom Management +Effective Classroom Management + Effective Teaching +Effective Teaching + = Effective Social Climates= Effective Social Climates
  6. 6. What are special educationalWhat are special educationalneeds?needs? Some students have needs or disabilitiesSome students have needs or disabilitiesthat affect their ability socialise. These are:that affect their ability socialise. These are: Behavioural/social (ie Autism)Behavioural/social (ie Autism) Reading/writing (ie dyslexia)Reading/writing (ie dyslexia) Understanding things/concentrating (ieUnderstanding things/concentrating (ieADHD)ADHD) Physical needs or impairmentsPhysical needs or impairments
  7. 7. What does the “looking glass” tell us about ourselves?