Education and Culture
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This paper examines what cultural background children bring with them as they enter the educational system. According to the paper, by the time students begin school, they have learned language. This allows them to communicate within the home and in their communities, with their language practices being taught through cultural acceptance. Additionally, the paper considers the children's social beliefs that have also been impacted by culture.
From the Paper:"In what ways are the students in your community alike, and what ways are they different? Please include race, culture, language, exceptionality, class and gender. Each child enters the educational realm with socially acceptable ideas that have been supported by his or her culture. Students have learned language by this time that has allowed them to communicate within the home and in their communities, with their language practices being taught through cultural acceptance. At an early age the child understands his or her relationship with the social order, as well as how class and gender..."
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Education and Culture (2007, December 01) Retrieved September 29, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/education-and-culture-131790/
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