By the end of the module, you will be able to…Explain how schools reflect the

By the end of the module, you will be able to…Explain how schools reflect the interests of dominant groups in society
Define social stratification
Examine how various mechanisms of the hidden curriculum such as cultural capital, social labeling theory, and adultification are used to sort students
Evaluate congruities and incongruities between the cultures children bring from home to school and the valorized hegemonic culture of schools
Discuss what is meant by “the fluidity of language”
Define the terms hypersegregation, index of dissimilarity, interaction index, and isolation index
Explain the difference between ethnic enclaves and hypersegregated communities
Discuss the ways that banks contribute to the perpetuation of a racially segregated society
Describe the mechanisms of housing discrimination such as redlining, restrictive covenants, blockbusting, and panic peddling
To DoRead: Ferguson Education Reading (Read only Chapters 2-3, Chapter 4: pp. 77-84, and Chapter 7: pp. 202-209) (The “Bad Boys Video Lecture” will highlight the parts of the book you need to know)
Watch: Oprah – Trading Schools
Watch: A Tale of Two Schools
Watch: NV-Harper Stratification Lecture
Watch: Ask vs. Ax Video
Watch: Bad Boys Video Lecture
Listen: to Militarization Audio Clip
Read: Child Soldiers Article
Complete and Review Module 2a Study Guide
Take: Module 2a Quiz (13 Questions)
Read: Race and Housing Mustafa Emirbayer
Watch: Segregation Video Lecture
Review: Segregation Revised Powerpoint
Post to Discussion Board
Take Module 2b Quiz (10 Questions)
Write and Submit Response Essay #1
Deliverables1. Segregation Discussion and 3Discuss a neighborhood in which you lived in relation to the mechanisms of segregation such as redlining, blockbusting, panic peddling, restrictive covenants, white flight, white fight, etc. What is the racial demographic composition of the neighborhood? Why does the neighborhood look the way it does in terms of racial demographic composition? You must start 1 thread and respond to 3 classmates.
and 3 peer response on this discussion
2. Response Essay #1For this response essay, you must critically examine at least 4-5 readings from Modules 1 and 2. Do not simply reflect on the readings, but also critically deconstruct and evaluate the authors’ larger arguments. You should interrogate the authors’ theses as well as provide in-depth analyses of the strengths and weaknesses of the authors’ arguments. You can also build on previous knowledge by making connections among the readings and/or connecting what you have learned in the readings to course material from other classes. In addition, you should examine your subjectivities in relation to your thoughts about the readings. For example, how do your race, class, gender, age, etc., impact the way that you evaluate the merits and deficiencies of the authors’ larger arguments. Your response essays must synthesize at least 4-5 readings read in Modules 1 and 2. Each response essay should be about 5 pages in length. Please cite course materials frequently (at least 3 citations per page) and include a works cited page.

Consider the different ethical schools discussed in this week’s lecture. Pick th

Consider the different ethical schools discussed in this week’s lecture. Pick three of them and discuss how they might each address the issue of breaking the speed limit. Make sure to address extenuating circumstances (late for a meeting, rushing to the hospital, etc).In your response posts, make sure that you state if you agree or disagree with how your classmate understands the ethical system’s approach to breaking the speed limit, and why you do or do not agree with it.
Requirements: 750 words total.