1. Topic-
The Fundamentalist Perspective in Education
2. Content-
The functionalist perspective analyzes the role of the school system in maintaining an orderly and efficient society.

1. Social Cohesion - a major concern of interest by those looking at education. It is a sense of communal belonging and caring that binds together members of a society.

2. Full Service Schools - place numerous functions such as welfare, health care, and juvenile justice at the school site.

3. Cultural Capital - the attitudes and beliefs, language patterns, amount of material available to the young, and the activities of the family that reinforce the value of education and support learning.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. Learning how to connect school with home life.
2. Learning how to connect home life with school activities.
3. Learning the understanding of a cultural issue and the factors that go along with it.
4. Objectives-
1. Keep students' eye contact.
2. Provide students with enough information and time to take notes on the subject.
3. Allow wait time for students to ask questions, during and after the presentation.
4. Give an activity to progress students' involvement with the particular subject.
5. Materials and Aids-
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. Introduce the topic
2. Explain what the topic is
3. Explain how it is used in everyday life.

B. Development-

1. Social Cohesion
2. Full Service Schools
3. Cultural Capital

C. Practice-

1. Ask questions during PowerPoint about misunderstandings on the subject.

D. Independent Practice-

1. Study self-taken notes
2. Answer essential questions given after Power Point.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-


F. Checking for understanding-

Hold a Q&A period after lecture.

G. Closure-

Any final thoughts and concerns about the subject that was taught.
7. Evaluation-
Give short quiz

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