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Some children will find it tough to do class assignments because their families are a lot more complicated than mom-dad-and-two-kids. That's not the kids' fault -- it's the teaching system which is biased toward traditional views and insensitive to the complexity of family life see Module 1, Many Ways to Make a Family.
Teachers who base assignments on the traditional family are harming students who don't fit the traditional mould -- those kids are going to feel out of place, even excluded. Does your ministry of education trumpet the importance of an "inclusive curriculum"? Then the curriculum must include the experience of all children, not just those from traditional families.
You can make lessons inclusive without sacrificing the educational goal. The general solution is to broaden lesson plans to include everyone.
But exactly how do you do that? Here are specific examples of how to fix the bias in class assignments. The usual printed family tree has blanks for one mother and one father and their ancestors, but no space for foster, adoptive or step parents and their ancestors.
How can a child leave out part of the family? This can be a real source of inner turmoil. Since some children have grown on two or more trees, redraw the standard family tree diagram to accommodate the diversity in family structure.
Try the Rooted Tree: Other improvements are the Family Bush, Orchard, or Forest, with family members growing side by side. The Loving Tree has the child in the trunk and heart-shaped fruit representing all the family members the child knows of, without regard to time or place.
Or abandon the tree metaphor and try the Self Wheel child at the centre, relatives surround in nested circlesor My Home house frame with people insideor a genealogical chart with symbols for people and lines showing relationships. Children could brainstorm a list of different family types.
Offer them a variety of "trees", or let them invent their own diagram. In a creative art project, students could portray their family and what it means to them, in drawing, painting, colouring or sculpture, then use the finished art to discuss the different ways families are formed.
Point out that, worldwide, few children grow up in nuclear families. Cover extended, foster, adoptive, step and single-parent families. You don't need to avoid the family tree assignment -- it's an opportunity for a lesson in the varieties of family structure see Module 1, Many Ways to Make a Family.
Asking for baby photos excludes those who may not have any -- for example, some foster, adopted or immigrant children. They are going to feel left out.
If the object is to match the photo with the child today, children who are a visible minority are eliminated early from the fun.
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Reach the same educational goal, for everyone in the class, by broadening the assignment. To illustrate growth and change, bring a picture when the child was younger or smaller, or follow the growth of a baby chick after hatching. To describe a child, bring in something else which tells us more about her -- a book, a trophy, a pet.
To test reasoning ability guess who this is? Writing a life story or family history is possible only for children who know their family roots. Children adopted from abroad may know nothing of their previous life.
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