Unit 1- section A- role of education in socialisation

what is the formal curriculum?
consists of the subjects taught in school and content of lessons
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who accuses the national curriculum of being too ethnocentric?
Gilborn and Goard
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what is the informal curriculum?
the things that pupils learn in school that aren't in classes- sociologists argue it's more important than formal curriculum
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how do schools socialise children?
through the use of informal and formal sanctions
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how can behaviour be controlled informally?
teachers can express disappointment or pleasure through facial expressions
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what else does school socialise children into?
their gender identity- role models in schools
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who accuses the national curriculum of being too ethnocentric?

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Gilborn and Goard

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what is the informal curriculum?

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how do schools socialise children?

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how can behaviour be controlled informally?

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