1. Topic-
Conflict Perspective/Selective Verbatim
 
2. Content-
Competition, Conflict, Influences, Distribution of power
 
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Understand the history of Conflict Perspective
2.Understand the function of Conflict
3.Understanding Selective Verbatim
 
4. Objectives-
1.Acceptance to the lesson plan
2.Make sure students finish lesson with understanding of conflict perspective
 
Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.The conflict perspective is a view of society that posits conflict as a normal feature of social life.
2.2. Under the conflict perspective, the basic form of interaction in society is not cooperation, but competition, and this leads to conflict.
 

B. Development-

1.The conflict can arise in different areas: law, religion, education, or media, and can be found in the powerful protecting their monopoly on these holdings, or the powerless attempting to change the status quo.
2.Generally these examples show a complete change in the social situations i.e. power of the "˜have-nots' against the "˜haves'.
 

C. Practice-

Generate conversation/ discussion about topic
 

D. Independent Practice-

Respond to lesson with a short paragraph/ Class discussion
 

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

Class Discussion
 

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Read response a loud to class
2.Have open discussion about conflict perspective
 

G. Closure-

There are theories that advocate the existence of conflict perspective for dynamic development of the society. They support duality in society which fosters conflict and order side by side. Examples of both these theories "˜conflict perspective' and "˜order perspective' can be found in almost any society. The society which nurtures them together, that is competition and subordination both, has greater prospects of development than that relies only in "˜order perspective'.
 

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