S: Ethnicity/Education/social class.

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Define Racism?
Belief of all members of each race possesses characteristics, abilities and qualities specific to race.
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Define the ethnocentric curriculum?
Teaches British values and culture as dominant over others.
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Whats multi-cultural education?
Set of strategies/materials in education to assist teachers to respond to many issues created by rapidly changing demographics of their students.
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Whats prejudice?
Pre conceived opinion, not based on reason or experience.
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Whats discrimination?
Unjust treatment of different categories of people e.g. race.
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Define cultural deprivation?
Absence of certain norms, values, skills and attitudes in society.
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Define material deprivation?
Lack of money and things money can buy.
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Whats labelling?
Defining someone on terms of behaviour/looks/class etc.
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Whats an anti school subculture?
A group who go against norms/values of school.-Disruptive.
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What is a stereotype?
Image/idea of a particular person.
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Whats compensatory education?
Extra help/services designed to help children at risk of cognitive impairment.
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Whats a self-fulfilling prophecy?
A prediction made about someone which affects their behaviour and fulfils the prediction.
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What are racialised expectations?
A belief that differences among the human races determine cultural or individual achievement.
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Whats social capital?
The social networks of influence and support that people have.
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What are elaborated speech codes?
A form of language that involves careful explanations and detail.
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What are restricted speech codes?
A form of language that takes for granted shared understandings between people. Limited explanations and use of vocabulary.
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What are social class subcultures?
Distinctive norms/values shared by members of each social class.
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Whats the halo effect?
When pupils are stereotyped based on earlier impressions and rewarded or favoured in future encounters.
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What is the ideal pupil?
White, middle class, female.
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Define fatalistic?
Accepting the situation rather than trying to fix it.
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Define immediate gratification?
Taking pleasures now rather than making sacrifices for the future.
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Whats present time orientated?
Living for the moment rather than planning for the future.
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Teaches British values and culture as dominant over others.

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Define the ethnocentric curriculum?

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Pre conceived opinion, not based on reason or experience.

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