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1 Chapter 4 The World’s People Section 1 Assessment, Pages 80-85, Questions 1-4

2 Reviewing key Ideas, Terms, and Places 1. a. Define What is Culture? Culture is a set of beliefs, values and practices that a group of people have in common.

3 Reviewing key Ideas, Terms, and Places 1. b. Analyze What influences the development of culture? Culture is influenced by traditions and laws passed down, immigration, historical events, the local environment

4 Reviewing key Ideas, Terms, and Places 1. c. Elaborate How might the world be different if we all shared the same culture? There May be fewer conflicts, more of a uniformed customs, foods, religion, and few newer ideas.

5 Reviewing key Ideas, Terms, and Places 2. a. Identify What are the different types of Culture Regions? A region where people share common religion, language, ethnic background and lifestyle

6 Reviewing key Ideas, Terms, and Places 2. b. Analyze How does Cultural Diversity affect societies? It creates a variety of ideas and many different practices which may cause a conflict

7 Reviewing key Ideas, Terms, and Places 3. a. Describe How does Cultural Diffusion take place? When people move or immigrate and when ideas or customs spread

8 Reviewing key Ideas, Terms, and Places 3. b. Make Inferences How can the spread of new ideas lead to cultural change? New ideas can lead to social change; what people do at work, home, what they worship, what they eat and so on

9 Reviewing key Ideas, Terms, and Places 3. c. Evaluate Do you think that cultural diffusion has a positive or a negative effect? I feel it has a positive change because cultural diffusion allows people to see what makes each culture unique and how we all can get along.

10 Critical Thinking Culture Traits Culture Groups Cultural Change Our customs and Beliefs. What our parents have taught us and society has shown us to be norms Groups that share common culture traits like language, food, dress, religion, areas where they live. A better understanding of societies and a cooperation between people who are living together


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