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The role of the school as a socializing agent

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Socializing is enabling a person to be a social being and school play a major role in imparting it.

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The role of the school as a socializing agent

  1. 1. THE ROLE OF THE SCHOOL AS A SOCIALIZING AGENT
  2. 2. Socialization is the process of creating a social self, learning one’s culture and learning the rules and expectations of the culture.
  3. 3. The school is an artificial institution set up for the purpose of socialization and cultural transmission. The school can be regarded as a formally constituted community as opposed to mutual communities The youngsters spend the major part of their active hours of the day in school, from morning to and obviously, during this time student acquires a lot from the teachers and fellow students. Due to this fact the school becomes an important agent of socialization The school combines the formal (e.g. classroom teaching, fines caning, suspension expulsions official mention, prices) and informal (e.g. peer group influences/ pressure) approaches in its socializing function
  4. 4. Education teaches languages and allows people communicate with each other according to positions in society.
  5. 5. Educational systems socialize students to become members of society, to play meaningful roles in the complex network of independent positions.
  6. 6. Education helps in shaping values and attitudes to the needs of the contemporary society
  7. 7. Education widens the mental horizons of pupils and teaches them new ways of looking at themselves and their society.
  8. 8. Education offers young people opportunities for intellectual, emotional and social growth. Thus education can be influential in promoting new values and stimulating adaptation of changing conditions.
  9. 9. Informally and especially through social clubs, the school enables the child to learn a number of other social roles and skills which are also important for his/ her overall development as a member of society
  10. 10. Education teaches the laws, traditions and norms of the community, the rights that individuals will enjoy and the responsibilities that they will undertake
  11. 11. Education teaches how one is to behave toward his/ her play- mates and adults
  12. 12. Education leads toward tolerant and humanitarian attitudes. For example, college graduates are expected to be more tolerant than (high school graduates in their attitudes toward ethnic and social groups.
  13. 13. Thus, Education will train useful citizens who will obediently confirm to society’s norms, and will accept the role and status that society will confer upon them when they have finished their schooling A PRESENTATION BY FAUMEDHA A T KEYK SAHIB TRAINING COLLEGE

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