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In the life of a teen

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FC: USA vs. Cameroon Lauren, Kendall, Jennifer

1: Cameroon | Facts -Generally stable -Allows all citizens over age of 20 to vote - 1.03 boys to girls at birth

2: CAMEROON | Kids walk to school and back | Classes are taught as lectures, which are the only sources of information available since most cannot afford textbooks | USA VS CAMEROON School Experience & Transportation

3: UNITED STATES | Lessons come in many forms; often there is a technology component | Students arrive and depart from school mainly by car or bus

4: -Polygamy is accepted and a status symbol -Women often do most of the manual labor but have little real authority | FAMILY STRUCTURES/ ROLE OF WOMEN | CAMEROON

5: -Monogamy is the norm -Legislation is in place to ensure some equality for women | AMERICA

6: DURING THE DAY | -There is little choice in class selection -Students have a short break for lunch, which often is just rice and beans | Cameroon

7: -Schools offer a wide variety of classes -Federal legislation requires schools to offer a balanced lunch | USA

8: BELIEFS IN SCHOOL | -Most schools are founded by Christian missionaries and have some sort of religious teaching | CAMEROON

9: -Public schools teach secular material, including the Darwin theory of evolution | USA

10: Students either stay at school to do homework or go back and work in the fields | CAMEROON

11: SCHOOL | After | Students stay after to play sports or go home and watch TV. | USA

12: Teens in Cameroon and the U.S. | In Cameroonian high schools, there are 83 girls for every 100 boys | In American high schools, there are about 100 girls for every 100 boys

13: Teens in Cameroon and the US are similar in many ways but they grow up in very different societies. Women provide the most income for the family in Cameroon while gender roles are typically switched in the U.S. | School In Cameroon | School In America

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