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Topic 1 ~ PARENTHOOD. Year 10 Child Development . Lesson 3 ~ Family Roles and Lifestyles . Learning Objectives . During the lesson you will learn what how roles and responsibilities of a family may differ as time progresses and how they differ within a multicultural society.

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Year 10 child development

Topic 1 ~ PARENTHOOD

Year 10 Child Development

Lesson 3 ~

Family Roles and Lifestyles


Learning objectives

Learning Objectives

  • During the lesson you will learn what how roles and responsibilities of a family may differ as time progresses and how they differ within a multicultural society.


Why are family structures changing

Why are family structures changing?

  • Unmarried mothers are socially acceptable

  • Co-habitation is socially acceptable

  • Divorce laws are simpler

  • Improved and easily available contraception lets people choose when and how many children they will have

  • More benefits and support are available to lone parents


Family roles

Family Roles

  • Roles in a family are complicated, especially after divorce, remarriage and co-habitation.

  • Working mothers have an effect on family roles.

  • Whether your sexual role is decided by nature (your genes) or nurture (your environment you are brought up in) is debatable. Both are influential.

Complete the table…….


Stereotyping

What are the traditional expectations of girls

What are the traditional expectations of boys.

Stereotyping

To be brave if hurt

To cry if hurt

To play with Lego and cars

To play with dolls and teddies

To get dirty and grubby

To be clean, neat and tidy

To dress in blue, ‘boys’ clothes

To be gentle, well-behaved and quiet

To be physically active, noisy and boisterous

To dress in pink, frilly clothes


Culture

Culture

  • Culture has an effect on roles within the family.

  • Culture is behaviour that is learned not only from the family, but also society.

  • Religion can determine rules of behaviour, provides for worship and celebrations, and can influence your style of dress and diet.

  • In a multicultural society, like Britain there are many different ethnic groups, each with their own special culture.


Aspects of culture

Aspects of culture


Extension task

Extension task

  • Look at the spider diagram on the previous slide.

  • Explain how each aspect of culture has an effect on the roles and responsibilities within the family


Home work

Home work

  • This home work will be due in on the _________

  • Conduct a survey about families, to find out race, religion, amount of children in family, how many parents, who lives with them, etc

  • Write a short analysis to collate your findings.


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