Class differences in achievement (both internal and external factors)

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1. What is a self-fulfilling prophecy?

  • Internal factor - a prediction that comes true simply by virtue of it having been made
  • Internal factor - the theory that teachers behave differently to some students, meaning some will have all of the teachers attention and others will not
  • External factor - refers to poverty and a lack of material necessities such as housing and income
  • External factor - that most of us begin to acquire the basic values, attitudes and skills that are needed for educational success through primary socialization. This includes language, self-discipline and reasoning skills
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2. What is a pupil sub-culture?

  • Internal factor - a group of people who share similar values and behavioral patterns
  • External factor - refers to poverty and a lack of material necessities such as housing and income
  • Internal factor - the theory that teachers behave differently to some students, meaning some will have all of the teachers attention and others will not
  • External factor - that most of us begin to acquire the basic values, attitudes and skills that are needed for educational success through primary socialization. This includes language, self-discipline and reasoning skills

3. What is labeling?

  • External factor - refers to poverty and a lack of material necessities such as housing and income
  • Internal factor - the theory that teachers behave differently to some students, meaning some will have all of the teachers attention and others will not
  • Internal factor - a prediction that comes true simply by virtue of it having been made
  • External factor - that most of us begin to acquire the basic values, attitudes and skills that are needed for educational success through primary socialization. This includes language, self-discipline and reasoning skills

4. What is cultural deprivation?

  • Internal factor - a prediction that comes true simply by virtue of it having been made
  • External factor - that most of us begin to acquire the basic values, attitudes and skills that are needed for educational success through primary socialization. This includes language, self-discipline and reasoning skills
  • Internal factor - the theory that teachers behave differently to some students, meaning some will have all of the teachers attention and others will not
  • External factor - refers to poverty and a lack of material necessities such as housing and income

5. What is material deprivation?

  • External factor - that most of us begin to acquire the basic values, attitudes and skills that are needed for educational success through primary socialization. This includes language, self-discipline and reasoning skills
  • External factor - refers to poverty and a lack of material necessities such as housing and income
  • Internal factor - the theory that teachers behave differently to some students, meaning some will have all of the teachers attention and others will not
  • Internal factor - a prediction that comes true simply by virtue of it having been made

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