For the third plane, the exploration is even wider, encompassing the farm and the community of the rural area.
It echoes what the children explored at the second plane: civilization and how it came about.
But now the exploration takes place in reality because the adolescents are actually doing it.
Cooperation with the land, cooperation in commerce, and cooperation in the cultural life of the rural society touch materially the things studied in the second plane and afford the adolescent the opportunity to see his or her place in society.
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