Lessons for Culture

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  • A Jaded Culture - … . 4. Create informational posters that connect the cultures researched to the metals and symbols those cultures use for adornment. Resources / Materials: -copies … -day culture that used or uses gems and metals in symbolic ways. (Suggested cultures include: Native North, Central, and South American cultures, such … the characteristics of artworks from various eras and cultures; Understands the historical and cultural contexts of a variety of art objects. Grades …
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  • Community Culture Trunk - … Harriet Ziefert Post-it Notes Three prong folder Student Culture Trunk Student Continent Culture Map Part 1 Word Cards Lyrics to the … they participate in each day are influenced from other cultures. Open the cultural trunk and start pulling out Game Word Cards (you … about their individual cultures. Use poetry and songs from other cultures in fluency lessons. Share stories and literature from other cultures for comprehension …
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  • Culture Box - … cultural designs Hole punch- Ruler Culture Box Template Concept What is culture? For students to be able to understand what culture is beyond American culture … how items are related to their culture. The culture box students made was a replication of a culture box used by the Plateau … culture beyond the American ideal of culture. Students will have an understanding of their family history and the culture of their peers. (The cultures
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  • Do You Speak My Language? Considering the Relationship Between Language and Culture - … culture? How does language shape culture? What exactly is culture? Is it static or fixed? How do new technologies and the Internet affect culture … language and culture? What is your relationship to other languages and cultures? How does language shape your identity? How does culture (or cultures) shape your identity? In what way have you created your own culture
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  • Assessing Cultural Relevance: Exploring Personal Connections to a Text - … finish sharing observations, pass out the Components of Your Cultural Relevance Review and Cultural Relevance Review Guidelines handouts. Read through the two … the Components of Your Cultural Relevance Review and Cultural Relevance Review Guidelines handouts as well as the Model Cultural Relevance Essay. Following a … Your Cultural Relevance Review and Cultural Relevance Review Guidelines handouts. Return to the Model Cultural Relevance Essay, and use the Checklist for Cultural Relevance …
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  • Promoting Cultural Values Through Alphabet Books - … represents a culture or a stage in the development of a culture." Explain to students that every culture has artifacts that have cultural, religious, social, or medicinal significance, and we can learn a lot about others' cultures and our own culture by becoming cultural anthropologists …
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  • Influencing Cultures - … that sometimes students will impose values from their own culture upon other cultures. If this becomes apparent through discussion with your students … life) shared by people in a place or time (popular culture, southern culture) *Society: a community, nation, or broad grouping of people … are delivering, which is one culture influencing another culture. Now, students will look at a different culture in a completely different part of …
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  • 1.3 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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  • Of earth, water, and fire: World pottery traditions - … and crafts are still important parts of global cultures today learn how, despite cultural and political differences, common traditions and activities exist … a half a world away have similar traditions and cultures, even similar to cultures and traditions here in North Carolina. Discussion: Discussing … literature, and assess their significance in contemporary culture. Objective 12.03: Identify examples of cultural borrowing, such as language, traditions, and technology …
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  • Slave Journals - … the plantations of the United States and created their own cultures through cultural diffusion. Students will create fictional accounts of slave life … and understand the various aspects of culture. Students will understand various aspects of the different cultures and cultural diffusion between slaves in the … discussing of homework, class discussion of slavery, class discussion of culture and cultural diffusion, class discussion of primary documents, class discussion of …
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