The Citizen and Social Identity • Speed Test You have 10 mins ONLY to complete the word search and the matching activity
AS CitizenshipModule 3The Citizen, Society and the Community The Citizen and Social Identity: Social Integration Culture and Difference
WALT Define and use keywords Understand what identity is, how it is formed and what it influences Assess the influence of different cultural identity and norms WILF Questioning - Question your own and other’s identity and culture. Listening and Empathy – listen to others and understand things from their point of view Homework pg 147 Finish the activity questions on page 147 Complete the Survey started in class. Interview 3 people in total Session Aims
Identity I come from Bristol. My parents are divorced. I’ve got one brother and 2 half sisters. I enjoy music I’ve got Asian parents. I am sporty, funny and get on with my mates • What has contributed to the identity of each of these people? • How do you think these factors have affected them? • How much does your identity depend on where you live? On your family’s roots? On your religion? • Make a list of what factors will affect you as you get older. I’m a Liverpudlian. I am 18, an only child and an Eastenders fan
Socialisation Process of learning the culturally/socially accepted rules of behaviour, norms and values upon which they are based Primary Socialisation Secondary Socialisation 2nd introduction to social behaviour 1st introduction to social behaviour
Annotate these with the notes about the organisations involved in the process of socialisation Page 146
Norms and Values Through the process of socialisation: • Individuals adopt a sense of belonging to a wider social identity and awareness. • Connect to the social world = Individual identity in a group situation Norms and Values = The rules of social behaviour (norms) and the lifestyle priorities associated with a particular culture or society
Socialisation • The social being is ever changing • Society is ever changing • Varies over time
Student interviews Design a questionnaire Purpose - to identify cultural differences. Audience – friends and family 1) Name a group or a place that you associate with your culture. 2) Share something about your culture that you like a lot.3) Discuss one of your favourite holidays or traditional celebrations.4) Share one thing you would like people to know about your culture.5) Share one thing you don't want to hear people say about your culture.
Evaluation • What do you see as the value of this activity? • How was "culture" viewed by you and the person or people you interviewed? • Without breaking confidentiality, did you learn anything that surprised you? • Did this activity prompt you to see anything or anyone in a different way? • Did this activity prompt you to see yourself and your culture in a different way?