Education Test 1

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1.
1 point
Which key term means that people in society can move up or down the social classes?
2.
1 point
Students who are in a top set are labelled as 'gifted,' they are then given more difficult work and stretched more by the teacher, they then receive better exam marks because of this.
3.
1 point
Which keyterm refers to the stereotypes that teachers give to pupils (this could be good or bad.)
4.
1 point
Which home life factor means 'pupils dont have the things they need to do well in school- this could be a warm home, revision guides, uniform or enough food.
5.
1 point
Which type of school requires students to sit a test in order to get in?
6.
1 point
A child is labelled naughty, he then gets ignored by the teacher, he then acts naughty to get attention. What is this an example of?
7.
1 point
Which keyterm means that people are encouraged to follow norms and values through sanctions?
8.
1 point
Which type of school has to follow the National Curriculum?
9.
1 point
Which type of school doesn't have compulsory inspections from OFSTED?
10.
1 point
Which keyterm means that everyone feels united together, like a community.
11.
1 point
Which type of school receives additional funding because they specialise in one area (e.g. drama, sport or music)
12.
1 point
In state comprehensives, the order of student admission is:
1st: Students with a statement of special needs
2nd: Looked after students
3rd: All other students (by postcode)
13.
1 point
Which type of school may teach only the norms and values of the upper class?
14.
1 point
When a subculture has norms and values that go against those of the school it is known as a:
15.
1 point
Pupil premium is the term for the funding that schools get when a student comes from foster care, have parents in the armed forces or have received free school meals in the last 6 years.
16.
1 point
Which key term refers to the amount of useful norms and values someone knows and whether these are appropriate for school?
17.
1 point
Which of the below options are functions of education?
18.
1 point
Which type of school can be set up by parents when they're unhappy with the schools in their area?
19.
1 point
Which statement could've been made by a functionalist?
20.
1 point
Which statement could have been made by a Marxist?