Lessons for Culture

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  • You Can't Stop the Pop - … other countries and cultures is evident in this country's popular culture? -What, if any, influence do these pop cultural symbols and icons … , and how do they differ from culture to culture? How do the contestants reflect the particular popular cultures of their countries? Write a … regions reflect cultural change Geography Standard 10- Understands the nature and complexity of Earth's cultural mosaics. Benchmarks: Knows how cultures influence the …
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  • What Is Culture? - … . Culture involves customs and traditions. c. Culture is collective, shared by a group. d. Everyone has a culture. e. Culture is learned. f. Culture influences and shapes behavior. g. Culture is transmitted from generation to generation. h. Culture is often …
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  • An Illustrated Comparative Timeline of Selected Cultures in North America Until Initial European Contact - … seminar participants expressing some confusion as to when certain cultures existed, which cultures were contemporaries, and which groups occupied various locations. It … in pots Olmec Culture 1000 BC Dorset Culture Teotihuacan Flourishing 0 Zapotec Culture Hohokam Mound Culture Hopewell Culture Cholula Flourishing Maya Thule Culture Develops in the far North Monte Alban at Peak Ericson visits North America Modern Inuit Culture
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  • Culture Shocked by Modernity - … classmates about different cultures. How much does time affect what is valued in a culture? What similarities exist among all cultures that seem … these pieces of art affect how one identifies with this culture? What cultural values and traditions arise in these artworks? Global History … - Understands the nature and complexity of Earth's cultural mosaics. Benchmarks: Knows how cultures influence the characteristics of regions; Understands how human …
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  • Culture Shock: A Fish Out Of Water - … phase; regression phase; recovery phase/at ease phase; reverse culture shock/return culture shock Critical Thinking Skills: making predictions; self-questioning; formulating … phase; regression phase; recovery phase/at ease phase; reverse culture; shock/return culture shock The student is able to explain these concepts … yourself entering the fifth phase of culture shock. This is called "reverse culture shock" or "return culture shock" and occurs when you return …
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  • Behind the Masks: Exploring Culture Through Art and Poetry - … a deeper understanding of and appreciation for various cultures through research, examination of cultural masks, and writing of poetry Synthesize research information … artifacts (or hand-made objects) reflect their culture? 2. Facilitate a brief discussion of cultural features including spiritual practices and beliefs, symbolism … of them in poetry. back to top Writing Cultural Mask Poems Creation of cultural masks should be completed before beginning this segment …
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  • Love a Culture: Dance to Its Music! - … : What can cultural or traditional (folk) dances tell us about people and cultures? During this lesson, students learn four different cultural or traditional … , loose clothing Vocabulary: accompaniment choreography choreographic form country of origin culture cultural groups dynamics economics emigration ethnicity ethnic dance folk dance geographic … , geography. Compared cultural practices of past civilizations to understand commonality and diversity of cultures Revealed how dance reflects aspects of cultural practices of …
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  • Popular Dance: The Impact of Cultural Exchange ... - … attempts to separate groups based on class, culture, 1 Popular Dance: The Impact of Cultural Exchange - Grade 10 Interdisciplinary Lesson Commentary Continued … periods, markers, computers, paper, ink pens Vocabulary: context cultural perspective culturally representative dances culture dance form flappers Harlem Renaissance immigration Jim Crow mainstream America migration minstrelsy movement characteristics popular culture popular dance Roaring …
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  • People, Music and Culture - … culture. The lesson concentrates on African, European, Hispanic, Asian and American-Indian cultures. The music of subgroups within these cultures and of blended cultures … : Work in the library to research cultures and the music of the cultures. Use audio recordings of cultural music from the library. Technology … . B. C. D. E. American-Indian culture; African-American culture. European-American culture. Hispanic-American culture. Asian-American culture. ____ 2. This piece would be …
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  • Ohio Regional Cultures - … families who have settled in Ohio and each student's cultural heritage. Culture bearers could be invited to come into class and … . more parts that could be better. Group Number Culture 22 Ohio Regional Cultures Grade Four Interdisciplinary Lesson Attachment D Final Project Instruction … Cultures Grade Four Interdisciplinary Lesson Attachment F Music Comparison Chart MELODY HARMONY TONE RHYTHM DYNAMICS TEXTURE COLOR CULTURE 1 CULTURE 2 CULTURE 3 CULTURE 4 CULTURE
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