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I need a specific example of how social and cultural influences affect science so I could take students on a field trip to explain a lesson. Does anyone have an idea? Thanks.

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  1. What age students do you teach?

  2. I'm not a teacher yet. It's for school. Any grade is fine.

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  3. Our culture teaches that bugs are ickky. You could take young children out to study ants and other insects.

  4. Thank you. I see where you are coming from. I also have to write about how the students participation will affect the community and I'm not sure that will work. Can I have your thoughts?

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  5. This may be a stretch -- but if your students see insects as positive, they will spread the word among their family and friends. Bugs are cool!

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