| What it says
| What it does
| Students based on their class of society are treated and taught differently in class rooms.
| This first paragraph explains the problem that the author is writing about.
| Before the author starts to explain the problem, she’s going to define the social classes.
| This is a paragraph describing what’s going to be explained next.
| There are 3 factors to decide who goes into which social class.
| This explains that relations define which social class you are in.
| A person who has relation to ownership of capital is considered to be more upper class.
| This explains the first relationship to determine your social class.
| To be in an upper class, one must own stocks or capital.
| It shows some important data that the wealthy has possession of the majority of stock.
| The worker class usually doesn’t own physical capital and usually labors in order to gain profits for others.
| It gives an explanation to the working class.
| The middle class is a mixture of the working class and upper class.
| This gives an explanation of the middle class.
| The upper class has a position of power over the middle and working class when it comes to employment.
| This explains the relationship between classes.
| The working class majority of the time has labor that requires routine and mechanical with no layout. Middle class has jobs that require some labor and some planning out.
| This explains the labor of the separate social classes.
| The social class can change for a person at anytime so it isn’t set in stone.
| The conclusion for explaining the separation of social classes.
| The author has decided to study 5 different schools each with different social classes.
| It was an introduction previewing readers what they’re going to read on later.
| The first and second school are working-class schools where majority of the parents of students here have...
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