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Key words for GCSE sociology.

curriculum The curriculum is the topics and subjects taught by a school.
setting Setting is the process of grouping students by ability in a particular subject.
streaming Streaming is the process of grouping students by general academic ability.
teacher Teacher expectations refer to the behaviour or grades a teacher might expect from a student.
expectations Teacher expectations refer to the behaviour or grades a teacher might expect from a student.
labelling British English spelling Labelling is when specific characteristics become attached to students or groups of students.
self-fulfilling A self-fulfilling prophecy is when a labelled student begins to act in the way the label suggests they will.
prophecy A self-fulfilling prophecy is when a labelled student begins to act in the way the label suggests they will.
achieved An achieved status is when you are in the position to earn from your talents or deeds.
status An achieved status is when you are in the position to earn from your talents or deeds.
life Your life chances are your prospects for achieving success.
chances Your life chances are your prospects for achieving success.
social Social inequality describes the unequal spread of opportunities and resources across society.
inequality Social inequality describes the unequal spread of opportunities and resources across society.
mobility Social mobility is movement up or down in society.
transmission Transmission is the process of passing something on.
hidden Hidden curriculum describes things that are informally learnt at school.
curriculum Hidden curriculum describes things that are informally learnt at school.
social Social cohesion is the bringing together of different groups in a society.
cohesion Social cohesion is the bringing together of different groups in a society.

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setting
streaming
teacher
expectations
labelling
self-fulfilling
prophecy
achieved
status
life
chances
social
inequality
mobility
transmission
hidden
curriculum
social
cohesion

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