Lessons for Culture

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  • Cultural Mapping - … word culture? How do you perceive culture in Australia? How is language related to culture? What is multiculturalism? What was the original culture in Australia? What has happened to people from that culture? What are some cultural issues in Australia today? How would you describe Australian culture? 2 Making your Cultural Map In …
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  • Culture Everywhere - … evidence from archaeological sites. Cultural relativism: understanding other cultures in their own terms without making judgments about them. Culture: the set of learned … . Background Anthropology is the comparative study of humans and their cultures. Cultural anthropologists usually conduct their studies by observing the members of … choose a third culture to analyze and compare for example, the culture of Mexico or an East African culture, or any culture with which …
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  • AIH-14: Changes to American Indian Cultures - … you think culture is? Define material and non-material culture for the class, explaining differences and giving examples. Definitions: Material culture: Items you … about how different the culture from that time period is versus the culture today. What is American Indian culture? [There answers may vary … 's Questions. University of Oklahoma Press, 2001. Lecture notes regarding Culture: Culture Discussion Ideas Essential Question 5: How were Utah's American …
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  • Anthropologists: Puzzlers of Past Peoples - … /history? * What is culture? How does culture develop? How is culture transferred? * Why and how does the contact of two cultures create change? * What … and inference. * Compare and contrast cultural differences. * Cultural remains reflect the knowledge, values, traditions and beliefs of a culture. * Explain why history is … , assumption, attributes, bias, clans, chiefdom, collective, contact, context, credibility, cultural diffusion, culture, curation, customs, data, dating methods, descendants, displaced, diversity, document, embedded …
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  • Walk Through Harappa: A Study of the Indus River Valley Civilization - … ancient people were able to create such amazing cultures. Students will explore the cultural characteristics of the Indus River Valley Civilization and … had the ability to focus on their culture. analyze and interpret information about various cultural elements of the Indus Valley Civilization. draw … Indus River Valley Civilization Indus Valley Elements of Culture Graphic Organizer ELEMENT OF CULTURE ECONOMY CHARACTERISTICS IMPORTANCE TO THE CIVILIZATION GOVERNMENT RELIGION …
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  • One World, Many Cultures - One World, Many Cultures Peggy L. McIntyre Harrisonburg City Public Schools Topic: cultures, tolerance Overview In this lesson, a culturally diverse class of … : define the term culture name its components classify cultural components as material or non-material conduct research on varied cultures make an oral … recipes from their cultures. Stories with similar themes (i.e. Cinderella) can be shared from different cultures. Locations of cultures can be marked …
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  • Do You Karaoke? - … ' own culture and the target culture overlap and differ. Indicator 4 Examine the influences of the target culture on students' own culture and vice … assess students' understanding of the influence of American culture on Japan and of Japanese culture on America. * After all students have presented … the cultures, American and Japanese, and some activities that can be found in both cultures. In your story, identify how each culture has …
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  • Proud to Be... - … students to create a word web that describes their respective culture or cultures. After a few minutes, encourage students to answer the … of the culture or cultures of which you are a part? -What are the highlights and major contributions of this culture or cultures to … define yourself by your culture? Why? -How can culture be used to break down stereotypes and prejudices? -Why is culture a valuable part …
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  • Love, American Style - … Sensational!" 3. Determine causes and effects of the cultural diffusion of American popular culture around the world; create collages to visually illustrate … engage students in a brief discussion of the terms "cultural diffusion," "pop culture," "multinational corporation," "consumerism" and "globalization." How have American consumer … - 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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  • Only Skin Deep? - … foreign and sometimes disgusting? What insights about how one culture views another culture's beauty rituals can be gained from this "study … - Understands the nature and complexity of Earth's cultural mosaics. Benchmarks: Knows how cultures influence the characteristics of regions; Understands how human … alliances may affect the traditional cohesiveness of world culture regions; Knows the role culture plays in incidents of cooperation and conflict in …
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