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In this presentation, you will look at pictures of three kinds of communities: Urban, rural and suburban. ** After this presentation, you will write a definition for each kind of community.**
On your note paper, record what you notice about the photos for each kind of community. Be sure to use descriptive words to paint a picture in your mind.
READY?? Here is the first community….
Urban homes and landscape
Urban lifestyle and shopping
READY?? Here is the second community….
Rural homes and landscape
lifestyle and shopping
READY?? Here is the last community….
Suburban homes and landscape
Suburban homes and landscape
Suburban lifestyle and shopping
Do you see the difference?? Lets check and see. Write a definition for each type of community in Part 2 of your paper.
Check your work! Urban – city, lots of people, traffic, tall buildings, crowded, subways Rural – country, empty space, farms, small stores, houses far apart, cars Suburban – houses, apartments, townhouses, gardens, malls, neighbors close by
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