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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.
Do Now Put your SOAR Card on your desk. Lay your vocabulary flashcards out, typed side up, on your desk – spread out.
Connecting Themes: 5th Grade Focus Four Areas of Study History Geography Civic/Government Economics.
Social Studies Connecting Themes Enduring Understandings.
6 th Grade Connecting Themes Enduring Understandings.
Concepts in Social Studies. 6 th Grade Social Studies Geography Concepts physicalCultural Where places are located- Relative and absolute Impact on humans.
Connecting Themes in the Social Studies 6 th grade August 2014.
LESSON 1 Themes in Social Studies. BELIEFS AND IDEALS: The student will understand that the beliefs and ideals of a society influence the social, political,
Connecting Themes in the Social Studies 6 th grade August 2015.
6 th Grade Social Studies Connecting Themes Enduring Understandings.
7 th Grade Connecting Themes Enduring Understandings.
Beliefs and ideals Conflict and change Culture Distribution of power Individuals, groups, and institutions Location Movement/migration Production, distribution,
Answer Choices: Culture Culture Cultural Borrowing/Diffusi on Cultural Borrowing/Diffusi on Culture Region Culture Region Global Interdependence Global.
WORLD GEOGRAPHY Unit 1: Connecting Themes What are the Themes in World Geography?
History What are the BIG Ideas?. What are the BIG ideas in history? Throughlines (themes) Guide us through the course material in every unit we study.
Connecting Themes Enduring Understandings. NAMEDATE CLASS PERIOD The World Around Me S.S. QUIZ.
U.S. History Lesson Steps 1/18/11. Complete Classroom Procedures.
History is a record of the past. Historians search for primary resources such as newspapers, letters, journals, and other documents History.
The 5 Themes of Geography 7 th Grade Social Studies.
What is. A civilization is a society with cities, a central government, workers, who specialize in certain jobs leading to social classes, that has religion,
Themes in World History Questions to ask about a civilization.
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Connecting Themes: 8 th Grade Georgia Studies Social Studies Themes: Conflict and Change Movement/Migration Distribution of Power Location Individuals,
Culture Ways of Living. Culture Culture— shared beliefs, customs, laws, art, ways of living.
The World at Your Fingertips Chapter 1 Section 1 Pages Western HemisphereMr. Bradfield.
Music is a living language. Music is not an isolated art. It grows from culture.
The World’s People Culture. What is Culture? Culture is the set of beliefs, values, and practices that a group of people has in common. Includes aspects.
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Unit 1 Connecting Themes Used in 6 th Grade Social Studies Lesson 2.
What is History?. WWWWWH of History? Who? Who? –Who makes it? Who is it about? What? What? –What is included? What is not included? When? When? –When.
WHAT IS IT?. UNDERSTANDING CULTURE Culture is a way of life for people who share similar beliefs and customs. Social Scientist divide culture into.
The 5 Strands of Social Studies. Geography History Culture Economics Government.
The 5 Themes of Social Studies. History Is a record of the past (which familiarizes you with a time and space, when and where) Is a record of the past.
Title: Culture WARM-UP: In your Interactive Notebook! What is culture? What would you say are characteristics of your culture? Who should decide what culture.
World Regions Introduction. Learning about the World Despite differences in appearance, language or ways of life, the people of the world share basic.
Chapter 4-1: “Culture” NOTES. The Big Idea Culture, a group’s shared practices and beliefs, differs from group to group and changes over time.
Rigor is the goal of helping students develop the capacity to understand content that is complex, ambiguous, provocative, and personally or emotionally.
Understanding Our Past Geography – Study of people, their environments, and the resources available to them. Conclusions are drawn from limited evidence.
Geographical Themes Everything happens somewhere.
Unit One Introduction and Geography Skills. social studies Social studies is the study of human cultures and how humans relate to each other in these.
Location - Position on the earth’s surface Place - Describes the unique physical and human characteristics Interaction between People & Environment – How.
8 th Grade Connecting Themes Enduring Understandings.
Connecting Themes 8 th Grade Social Studies. Connecting Themes Conflict & Change Individuals, Groups & Institutions Rule of Law Movement/ Migration Production,
Elements of culture Culture definition - The ideas, customs, and social behavior of a particular people or society Customs and Traditions Language Arts.
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