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The "hidden curriculum" refers to a set of social rules or guidelines that most people understand intuitively. 19 These are the rules that everybody seems to pick up naturally, that everybody just knows. Segal, M. 2004. “The Roots and Fruits of Pretending,” in Children’s Play: The Roots of Reading. In bathing, the curriculum must cover the need to bathe and be clean as well, as the concept of clean and dirty. Review Social Thinking at Work: Why Should I Care?

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