Lessons for Culture

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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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  • Making the most of culture kits - … students. 2. Introduce the culture kits while students are still exploring a culture Dona t "save" the culture kits for the end of … play in the culture. The grounding in physical culture prepares students for further culture learning. You can also introduce the culture kit after students have learned something of the culture of …
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  • French Internet Clothes Shopping - … III 8. Describe similarities and differences that exist within target cultures, including language, clothing, foods, dwellings, recreation, and social conventions. LOE … III 8. Describe similarities and differences that exist within target cultures, including language, clothing, foods, dwellings, recreation, and social conventions. LOE … Level III8. Describe similarities and differences that exist within target cultures, including language, clothing, foods, dwellings, recreation, and social conventions.LOE …
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  • The Study Of Human Geography - … Learning Objective(s): Students will define population distribution, urbanization, cultural landscapes, and cultural change. Students will identify the causes of rapid population … Learning Objective(s): Students will define population distribution, urbanization, cultural landscapes, and cultural change. Students will identify the causes of rapid population … that defines the traits of a culture. Students will define population distribution, urbanization, cultural landscapes, and cultural change. Students will identify the causes …
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  • Mythology - … . While myths can share some similarities in characteristics from culture to culture they are inherently unique as are the people who tell … belief of a culture, usually attempting to account for something in nature, to reinforce a cultural practice, or recount cultural heroes. 2. Examples … two different cultures look at things differently?" Laura - "Because the two cultures have different gods?" Juan - "Is it because each culture is in …
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  • Cultures of the Continent - … two identifies one identifies one three or three or two cultural cultural cultural cultural characteristic characteristics characteristics characteristics and gives and compares, and student … basic explanation of details, broad explanation, the cultural details, cultural comparison of characteristics cultural characteristics cultural between the two characteristics between the two characteristics …
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  • Cultures Around the World - … on "Cultures around the World" begin by asking students to define the words "culture" and "multicultural". Webster defines them as follows: CULTURE - a … each of the things which makes up a culture. IBM Corporation Page 4 Cultures Around the World Student Activities Activity #1: Today … part of each country's culture. Do you know how they say hello in other cultures? German cultures say "Guten Tag." For the … up of many different cultures. But cultures don't have to be limited to land. There is a culture at sea that involves …
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  • Children in the Fields: The Life of the Hispanic Child Laborer During California's Agriculture Explosion - … , communication, technology, style of homes, transportation, schools, religious observances, and cultural traditions. [Compare and contrast] Topic 2: The History of the … Principles and Values and the People from Many Cultures Who Contributed to Its Cultural, Economic, and Political Heritage Standard 5: The causes … legislative eradication maladies menace discrimination Page 14 of 28 California Cultures Lesson Plan: Children in the Fields http://www.calisphere.universityofcalifornia …
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  • Center for Renaissance & Baroque Studies - … Concepts: Principles of Culture + Culture reflects the beliefs and values of a society. + Culture is both seen and unseen. Cultural Change + Culture is changed by inside and outside forces. + Cultural change may be accepted or resisted. + Culture may unite or divide people. Cultural Continuity + Cultural continuity is about sameness. + Cultural continuity is about identity. + Cultural
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  • Lesson Plan and Internet Resource Guide for Film Ballad of the Sad Cafe - … , pages 60-97, include Popular Culture, Definition of Culture, How Popular Culture Becomes Mass Culture, Theories of Culture, Cultural Studies, Cultural Criticism Applied to Cinematic Texts.) 2. Allow for in-depth class discussion and analysis of Kolker s "Film as Cultural … have, want, or like culture. In other words, culture segments and segregates itself" (62). He explains that high culture includes such imaginative works …
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