By Jere Brophy, Janet Alleman
Drawing on interview info, the authors describe K-3 scholars' wisdom and considering simple elements of the social global which are addressed within the easy social reviews curriculum. The interviews concerned with human actions on the subject of 9 cultural universals which are regularly addressed within the effortless social reports curriculum: nutrients, garments, safeguard, conversation, transportation, kinfolk residing, formative years, cash, and govt. This quantity synthesizes findings from the learn and discusses their implications for curriculum and guide in early social reviews. kid's brooding about Cultural Universals considerably expands the data base on advancements in kid's social wisdom and pondering and, moreover, presents a wealth of data to notify social reports educators' and curriculum builders' efforts to check guide to scholars' past wisdom, either through development on already built legitimate wisdom and by means of addressing universal misconceptions. It represents a quantum jump within the availability of knowledge at the trajectories of kid's wisdom approximately universal themes in fundamental common social reports schooling.
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They would say, “I don’t know”). , American and Chinese people eat different foods because they are different people). , people eat different foods because they come from different cultures or practice different religions). ) because they have no knowledge of these things—they weren’t invented within their cultures and they lack awareness of what is going on in other parts of the world. The most sophisticated explanations appealed to differences in economic/ technical development or geography.
Store the applesauce in a container or refrigerator 18. How is cheese made? 25 19. How is bread made? 7. Gives a good explanation that includes making and then baking dough 20A. Where does the meat in a hamburger come from? 1 (Continued) Number of Students 20B. What is the process of making the hamburger patty? 0. Doesn’t know/no relevant response Total K 1 2 3 96 24 24 24 24 Phi 36 17 10 9 0 –52 1. Kill the animal 2. Cut up the animal or take the meat off of it 34 34 1 3 7 6 10 10 16 15 47 39 3.
That’s like candy and peanuts and all that stuff. ) ’Cause they have a lot of sugar in them. Good foods don’t have any sugar in them. Junk foods have a bunch of sugar in them. ) It could get in your teeth and rottens them instead of making you grow. 2nd 4. Fruit is good for you, vegetables, bread, breakfast—like cereal. ) Because it gives you lots of energy. 5. Chocolate chip cookies, candy bars, chocolate chips, the gum that’s not sugarless. That’s all I can think of. ) Because you could get hyper and you could faint.
Children's Thinking About Cultural Universals by Jere Brophy, Janet Alleman