Quarter 2 Culture and the Environment Lesson One, Week One (copy) (copy) (copy)

By Nick Van Dyk 08 Nov 04:01
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Unit Questions1.In what ways does the environment affect how civilizations develop?
Factual/Debatable/Conceptual

2.Does a culture/group’s opinion of the environment affect how they treat it?
Factual/Debatable/Conceptual


3.What resources are necessary to support civilizations? How do people access and use those resources? Factual/Debatable/Conceptual


4. Does the environment affect people more, or do people affect the environment more? Factual/Debatable/Conceptual
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GAP MINDERhttps://www.gapminder.org/tools/#_state_time_value=1800;&marker_size_which=income/_per/_person/_gdppercapita/_ppp/_inflation/_adjusted&domainMin:null&domainMax:null;;;&chart-type=map
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Learning Goals :


SWBAT summarize Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond


SWBAT use text evidence to support thinking in analysis of Guns, Germs, and Steel


SWBAT form and defend theories found in the text Guns, Germs, and Steel
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GGS Comic
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Learning Goals: SWBAT correctly define Environmental Determinism and Cultural Relativism
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Learning GoalsSWBAT compare and contrast aspects of culture
SWBAT make evaluative statements about the themes in Guns,Germs,and Steel
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Review Guns, Germs, and Steel
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The Gods Must Be Crazy
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The Gods Must Be Crazy
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CultureClasha conflict arising from the interaction of people with different cultural values
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(Civil)izationcourteous and polite


"They were comparatively civil to their daughter"

(polite, courteous, well mannered, well bred, gentlemanly, chivalrous, gallant, ladylike, gracious)

late Middle English: via Old French from Latin civilis, from civis ‘citizen’.
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Compare and ContrastBushman


Arts
Economy
Education
Family
Health Care
History
Language and Communication
Marriage
Recreation
Religion
Western Culture

Arts
Economy
Education
Family
Health Care
History
Language and Communication
Marriage
Recreation
Religion
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The Circle

Slides in Quarter 2 Culture and the Environment Lesson One, Week One (copy) (copy) (copy)

1.In what ways does the environment affect how civilizations develop? Factual/Debatable/Conceptual 2.Does a culture/group’s opinion of the environment affect how they treat it? Factual/Debatable/Conceptual 3.What resources are necessary to support civilizations? How do people access and use those resources? Factual/Debatable/Conceptual 4. Does the environment affect people more, or do people affect the environment more? Factual/Debatable/Conceptual
https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#_state_time_value=1800;&marker_size_which=income/_per/_person/_gdppercapita/_ppp/_inflation/_adjusted&domainMin:null&domainMax:null;;;&chart-type=map
Learning Goals : SWBAT summarize Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond SWBAT use text evidence to support thinking in analysis of Guns, Germs, and Steel SWBAT form and defend theories found in the text Guns, Germs, and Steel
Learning Goals: SWBAT correctly define Environmental Determinism and Cultural Relativism
http://study.com/academy/lesson/environmental-determinism-and-cultural-ecology-definitions-relation-adaptation.html
http://study.com/academy/lesson/cultural-relativism-in-sociology-definition-argument-examples.html
SWBAT compare and contrast aspects of culture SWBAT make evaluative statements about the themes in Guns,Germs,and Steel
courteous and polite "They were comparatively civil to their daughter" (polite, courteous, well mannered, well bred, gentlemanly, chivalrous, gallant, ladylike, gracious) late Middle English: via Old French from Latin civilis, from civis ‘citizen’.
Bushman Arts Economy Education Family Health Care History Language and Communication Marriage Recreation Religion
https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/NzU2MDI4ODU5M1pa
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/29/magazine/dave-eggers-fiction.html?pagewanted=all
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