Gianluca David Jaganiya Hanad Sandy Abdirahma n Usaama
Chanelle Kavish Michael Adarsh Solomon lee Ash Teachers Desk Jinesh
Abdillahi Brandon Ghilman Jihan Cameron Kelvin Bernard Kyle
Dillan Abdi.B Blessed Father, We ask you for the gift of forgiveness. We ask you to bless those who have treated us in an unforgiving manner and ask for their redemption. We ask this through Christ our Lord, Amen A community founded on Hope, Love and Trust Do Now!
This weeks key terms: Formal curriculum Hidden Curriculum Informal Education Learning Segregation Look at the two images which represent Functionalist and Marxist thinking on society. Independently list what each theory believes on society. Secondly discuss in table groups how it might link to their beliefs on education The ruling class
The working class I am society argggh! Family Education The Law The People Media Work
Functionalist Education has important role to play in ensuring we conform with societies rules If you work hard and can afford fees of independent schools then you are entitled to that privilege. Marxist Elitism top percent of society operating and oppressing the masses Deliberately ensuring that state
sector remains uneducated First Task! This weeks key terms: Formal curriculum Hidden Curriculum Informal education learning Segregation Watch Dr Ken Robinsons video clip on Changing Educational Paradigms. What aspects could we link to each social theory? Do we agree with the questions he raises about education? Lesson
B673: 4: Sociology History of of Education Education in Britain All (D/C grade):Can I describe the changes to the education system over time in the UK? Most (C/B grade): Can I analyse why key changes occurred in the UK system and give advantages and disadvantages? Some (B/A grade): Can I evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the changes to UK education system linking certain changes to key thinkers views on society?
How much can you remember? In table groups brainstorm all the key terms, information and concepts that you have come across to date that link to education. The following students should link theories to what we have studied so far: Miriam, Lazaro, Sandy, David, Jaganiya, Chanelle, Jihan, Michael, Adarsh, Abdi.B, Lesley, Ashlee and Jinesh. What are comprehensive schools?
What areyou grammar schools? Why do think schools were created in such divisive categories? Link it to a theory. What are technical schools? What are secondary modern schools? Key Concepts Hidden Curriculum
What schools teach students through day to day school life. This will reflect societys attitudes and values and prepares students for their future role and place in society Formal Curriculum Subjects that are studied and examined in schools Informal Education Learning Non directed learning that occurs outside of the classroom and does
not have a curriculum to follow Segregation Separating students , often males and females and so giving them different experiences and opportunities in school Streaming Separating students according to ability from an early age and making it difficult to move stream The History of the UK Education system
So what have we learnt so far? Pre-War education 1870 Education was first made compulsory and free 1880 Attendance was made compulsory until the age of 10 1918 The state became responsible for secondary education and school leaving age was raised to 14 1944- The Butler Education Act Primary education until the age of 11 Secondary school compulsory until the age of 15 Further & Higher education at 15+ Secondary education was determined by the 11+ exam
Grammar Technical schools Secondary modern Problems of the Tripartite system Unfairness of the system discuss 1965 Comprehensive system The aim of comprehensives was to teach all under one roof regardless of social class, gender, ethnicity and ability 1972 School leaving age was raised to 16
More mixed-ability teaching was introduced An emphasis on the 3 Rs Reading, wRiting, aRithmetic GCEs began to replace O-Levels Problems with the comprehensive system: 1979-1997 (Conservative Power) 1988 Education Reform Act All students to study the National curriculum and take GCSEs Pupils to sit SATS at 7,11 and 14 Schools were to be entered into league tables to judge performance Schools became more business like and controlled their own finances Increased OFSTED inspections New Vocationalism Youth training schemes and work experience Marketisation Schools used prospectuses and advertising to recruit students to their schools
1997 onwards New Labour Curriculum 2000 A levels became AS and A2s More vocational choice BTEC, GNVQ and NVQ Tomlinson enquiry aim to increase flexibility and equality (14-19) More people to be university educated Current concerns/Problems? Coalition government 2010-? Increased university fees * The end of EMA *Increased contributions from parents? *Baccalaureate qualifications from 14-19?
*Compulsory education to the age of 18 *The end of coursework *Increased OFSTED inspections? *Higher entry requirements for teachers? Exam style question: How have changes to the UK education system been influenced by societies needs and by political actions? (12 marks) Literacy Focus: Make sure to use the correct version in words using the EI or IE combination B Grade: C Grade: Outline the key
changes Establish a reason why changes occurred Comment on the equality within the new and old systems What are the advantages of attending private over state A Grade: Link to social theories and draw conclusions on how successful our education system is.
What would we need to include to be successful? Success Criteria? Lesson B673: 4: Sociology History of of Education Education in Britain All (D/C grade):Can I describe the changes to the education system over time in the UK? Most (C/B grade): Can I analyse why key changes
occurred in the UK system and give advantages and disadvantages? Some (B/A grade): Can I evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the changes to UK education system linking certain changing to key thinkers views on society? Recap! Two I s g n i th
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