External Factors of Achievement in Education

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  • Created on: 10-12-12 15:23
Language - Carl Benetier and Siegfied Engleman (1966)
2 different forms of language that is used in the home. Restricted code and Elaborated code. Restricted code used by working class = Minimal vocab and unfinished grammatically. Elaborated code used by middle and upper class = wider vocab
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Poor Housing - Marilyn Howard (2001)
Can affect peoples achievement as they may have no room to study. Can indirectly affect the pupils health and welfare. Material Deprivation.
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Intellectual Development - Basil Bernstien and Douglas Young (1967)
Development of thinking and reasoning skills such as the ability to solve problems and use ideas and concepts.
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Attitudes and values ( working class subculture) - Herberb Hyman (1967)
Leon Frienstien (1998) working class parents of lack of interest was the main reason for their underachievement
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Diet and health - Richard Wilkinson (1996)
Those from poorer names are likely to have more emotional and behavioural problems. W/C pupils from poorer homes have lower in takes of energy, vitamins and minerals - Marilyn Howard (2001)
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Financial Support ( Free School Meals) - Quoted Ridge (2002)
Fear of stigmatisation may also help to explain why 20% of those eligible for free school meals do not take up their entitlement.
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Can affect peoples achievement as they may have no room to study. Can indirectly affect the pupils health and welfare. Material Deprivation.

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Poor Housing - Marilyn Howard (2001)

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Development of thinking and reasoning skills such as the ability to solve problems and use ideas and concepts.

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Leon Frienstien (1998) working class parents of lack of interest was the main reason for their underachievement

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Those from poorer names are likely to have more emotional and behavioural problems. W/C pupils from poorer homes have lower in takes of energy, vitamins and minerals - Marilyn Howard (2001)

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