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Social Studies Themes
6 th Grade Conflict & Change Culture Government Human Environmental Interaction Movement/ Migration Economics Geography History
Conflict When there is conflict between or in societies, a change happens.
History While change occurs over time, some things stay the same.
Government When a society has more people, more jobs, and more ways to do things, the way it is ruled becomes more complicated.
Economics The way a society makes, sells, and buys things is affected by the location, customs, beliefs, and laws of the society.
Human Environmental Interaction Humans, their society, and the environment affect each other.
Geography Location affects a societys economy, culture, and development.
Culture The culture of a society is the total of the religion, beliefs, customs, languages, music, art, and government of that society.
Movement/ Migration The movement or migration of people and ideas affects all societies involved.
Essential Questions Enduring Understandings Performance Standards Concept Wall.
8 th Grade Social Studies Connecting Themes Enduring Understandings.
Beliefs and ideals Conflict and change Culture Distribution of power Individuals, groups, and institutions Location Movement/migration Production, distribution,
Unit One Connecting Themes Used in Social Studies.
The 5 Strands of Social Studies. Geography History Culture Economics Government.
1 Welcome to Georgia Studies An introduction to the Concepts and Enduring Understandings.
WELCOME TO SOCIAL STUDIES!!!. Why Study Social Studies? Who cares about the past anyway?
Why do we study Geography? How does it relate to World History events? What can we learn about a place given its geographic data? What is a demography?
CHAPTER 1 THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT. The study of people, their environments and their resources Location Place Interaction Movement Region GEOGRAPHY Section.
What is History?. Pre - history – the time before written records History – the written record of human actions Writing – c. 5,000 years ago or c. 3,000.
Cultural Universals Things or behaviors in various forms that exist in all societies.
Anthropology Introduction and Vocabulary What is Anthropology? Anthropology – is the social science that studies the origin of man and development of.
Empowerment. What is empowerment? When people are empowered, they have the ability to make choices and change their world. People have control over their.
Culture The 7 Elements of Culture. Culture Culture: everything that makes up a person’s entire way of life.
The World’s People Section 1 - Culture. Aspects of Culture All societies share certain basic institutions. Government An educational system Economic.
Unit 3 4 th Grade Social Studies Vocabulary Click here to begin Click here to begin.
What is culture? Culture is the attitudes, beliefs, customs, traditions, art, and achievements of a society that are passed on to each generation. Highlight.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 3 Linking Regions 20 Questions!
5 Themes of Geography. Why study the 5 themes? They are a way to categorize and analyze The worlds people The worlds physical features The worlds resources.
Culture Culture has been called "the way of life for an entire society." As such, it includes codes of manners, dress, language, religion, rituals, norms.
Pilot GCSE Geography: The 5 Themes FUGIS. Pilot GCSE Geography: The 5 Themes FUTURES This concept looks at predictions and trends, and the social, economic.
Globalization. What Is Globalization? Globalization is the process of national economies, politics, cultures, and societies become combined and integrated.
Unit 4 4 th Grade Social Studies Vocabulary Click here to go to begin Click here to go to begin.
OCR Module: 2522 Culture and Identity What Is Sociology? “Sociology may be defined as the study of society - the web of human interactions and relationships”:
HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON World Geography Today HOLT 1 I. Human Systems A. Economic Geography B. Urban and Rural Geography C. Political Geography CHAPTER.
The World in Spatial Terms Geography is the study of the special physical and human characteristics of a place or region. An important part of geography.
Chapter 3.1 Understanding Culture. What is Culture? Culture-the way of life of people who share similar beliefs and customs –We define culture using 8.
Basics of Geography. LEARNING TARGET To understand some of the basic fundamentals of Geography (Purpose / 5 themes / tools / physical geography / human.
Brief Introduction to Geography Ireland / UK. 5 Themes Geography can be broken down into 5 themes As we study Ireland and the UK, we can hopefully start.
Introduction to Cultural Geography Also known as Human Geography ©2012, TESCCC.
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