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KINDS OF COMMUNITIES Write On Grade 3
Learner Expectation Content Standard: 1.0 Culture encompasses similarities and differences among people, including their beliefs, knowledge, changes, values, and traditions. Students will explore these elements of society to develop an appreciation and respect for the variety of human cultures. Learning Expectations: 1.01 Understand the diversity of human cultures Discuss cultures and human patterns of places and regions of the world.
In this lesson, you will: Learn the meaning of community. Identify the differences between a city, a town, and a suburb. Do a Four-Square writing activity with the information presented in this presentation.
What is a community? A community is where people live.
What is a community? A community is where people work.
What is a community? A community is where people play.
All communities are alike in several ways: They all have physical features like water.
All communities are alike in several ways: They all have different land forms: flat land, hills, or mountains.
The largest community is a city.
IN A CITY: There are many tall buildings. There are many people. The buildings and people are very close together. There are many places for people to live, work, and play together.
Another Kind of Community is a suburb.
A suburb: is a medium-size commnunity. is located near a large city. has people who travel to a city for work.
A town is another kind of community.
A town: is the smallest community. usually has farmland. has people who know each other well.
Writing Activity Write a paragraph about the different kinds of communities. Try to use as much information as possible from this presentation Dont forget to use the Four-Square writing method to guide you. There is an example on the next slide to get you started.
Writing Activity There are many different kinds of communities.