Interactionism and education - Manor Sociology

Interactionism and education - Manor Sociology

Labelling and education Watch this clip.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_MyAs4t 5Z8 How does this link to education?? Lesson question

labelling affects how well we do in school? AGREE OR DISAGREE? Starter There are a number of pictures around, visit each picture and write one word on each picture that you think matches. You cannot write the same word as someone else.

Lesson Overview Objectives: To understand what labelling is To analyse the different studies on labelling within education To evaluate the consequences of labelling Outcomes: C/ Fully complete the labelling worksheet. B/ Be able to explain at least two key labelling theories. A/ Reaching the higher band within the 12 mark question.

Differentiated learning : Groupings of students are based upon individual skill and knowledge level for that task VCOPs are personalised to ensure they assist students in exactly the way required. Literacy: Dictionaries VCOP Thesaurus SMSC: Students throughout will question labelling. Is it right or wrong?

What impact it has on an individual within education? Has labelling affected you if so how? labelling worksheet. B/ Be able to explain at least two key labelling theories. A/ Reaching Key words Labelling Self fulfilling prophecy Halo effect

Rebellion Retreatism Ritualism Expectations Add the words you do not know to your VCOP, hopefully we can cross it off by the end of the Stereotype lesson! Non-conformist delinquents

Labelling theory To attach a meaning or definition to a student, e.g. Theyre thick, smart, hardworking Some pupils are labelled positively, others negatively But... Self refuting prophecy= some pupils try to detach themselves from the label and prove

the teacher wrong! What would the key theorists think of labelling? ACTIVITY ONE Complete the Labelling worksheet.

labelling worksheet. B/ Be able to explain at least two key labelling theories. A/ Reaching SPEED DATING You will be given a piece of sociological research related to labelling. You have 3 minutes to memorise the study, you are then able to summarise the study into 5 words ready for you to explain the study to other students. labelling worksheet. B/ Be able to explain at least two key labelling theories. A/ Reaching

Exam question c) Outline some of the ways in which the labelling process may lead to educational under-achievement for some pupils. P-oint E-xplain E-vidence L-ink 12 minutes to answer the question

Swap over and mark each others using the PEEL structure and the Mark scheme Lesson question labelling affects how well we do in school? AGREE OR DISAGREE? labelling worksheet. B/ Be able to explain at least two key labelling theories. A/ Reaching

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