[PHOTO] High School Students Learn About Adulthood

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CLARK — Students in Ms. Knoth’s Sociology class at the Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark have been learning about the socialization of people and how that counteracts into adulthood. They participated in an activity that demonstrated the difference between male adulthood and female adulthood. Students had to match the stages of adulthood using index cards and their own prior knowledge. To everyone’s surprise; the girls had all the male aspects right and the boys had all the female aspects right. Pictured below are Katie Koczon, Sam Kromphold, Sam Tropeano, and Sophia Cardoso completing the activity. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)


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