Presentation on theme: "Social Studies HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT SOCIAL STUDIES?"— Presentation transcript:
1 Social Studies HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT SOCIAL STUDIES? DO NOW- On a piece of paper, answer these two questions.HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT SOCIAL STUDIES?WHAT DO YOU LIKE AND DISLIKE ABOUTIT?
2 Anticipation Guide Activating Strategy Why is it important to know about the countries of the world?Think About the Question to YourselfTurn to your shoulder partner and discuss with themShare you and your partners response with the class.
3 DO NOW 8-29-13 Please have your pencils sharpened Take out your Chapter 0 Lesson 1 PacketSit quietly for further directions
4 Anticipation Guide Humans have no affect on their surroundings. Complete the anticipation guide. Just the beforecolumn.Humans have no affect on their surroundings.History affects all people.Language and religious beliefs are part of culture.There is only one type of government in the world.Civic participation means being concerned with and involved in issues related to your community, state, country, or world.Economy deals with money.
5 Do NowReport to assigned seat and take out the blue packet that you were given yesterday in class. Quietly, discuss the statements from the Anticipation Guide with the person sitting next to you.
6 Lesson 1 Introduction Essential Questions (LEQ) 1) What are the five strands of Social Studies and how do they help us learn about the world?2) What are the five themes of geography and how do they help us learn about the world?3) Why are the five strands of social studies important?
7 Chapter 0- Lesson #1Vocabulary- Complete the lesson vocabulary pages in your packet for each of the 5 strands of social studies.
8 Do NowComplete the vocabulary for the Government and Economy Strands in the first 10 minutes of class.
9 Geography Strand Vocabulary Geography- the study of the Earth’s physical and human featuresRelative Location- where something is in relation to other places.Example: Lancaster is located east of HarrisburgAbsolute Location- the exact location of a place is its global address, where it is on the whole earthExample: Harrisburg is located at 40 degrees North Latitude and 76 degrees West Longitude
10 Geography Strand Vocabulary Continued Physical Feature- landforms, bodies of water, climate, soil and plant and animal life.Human Feature- Buildings, roads, and people are some of a place’s human features.Region- an area on earth whose features make it different from other areas.Cause- an event or action that makes something else happen.Effect- the result of an event or action
11 History Strand Vocabulary History- the study of people and the events of the past.Chronology- the record of events in the order in which they happened.Oral History- Accounts of events told by people who did not have a written language or write down what happened.Historical Empathy -understanding the actions and feelings of people from other times and places.
12 Culture Strand Vocabulary Culture- a unique way of life that sets a group of people apart from others.Society- an organized group of people that are living under a set of rules and traditions.Heritage- A set of ideas that have been passed down from one generation to another.
13 Government Strand Vocabulary Government- An organized system that groups use make laws and decisions.Civic Participation- Concern with and involvement in the community, state, and world.
14 Economy Strand Vocabulary Economy- the way that people use resources to meet their needs. Economics- the study of the way that goods and wealth are produced, distributed and used.
15 Independent WorkRead your assigned section silently. Take notes on the Jigsaw graphic organizer (The most important ideas!)Group 1 Geography Page 2-3Group 2 History Page 4-5Group 3 Culture and Society Page 8Group 4 Civics and Government page 9Group 5 Economics page 10
16 Jigsaw Take your notes out from yesterday! Take your notes and book and gather with your row.Reread your section.Share your notes with the group.Decide the facts that you are going to share with the rest of the class. Everyone needs to write the notes you will present to your new group on the handout.Each PERSON will share their information with the new group. The rest of the group will write the notes for each strand on their handout.
17 Make sure you are ready to begin when the bell rings!!!!!!! DO NOWLook over your notes from our last class.
18 Reporting GroupsGet into your new groups that were assigned to you last week.Each member of the group will teach the group their strand of social studies.Make sure that you are very clear and give all details about your strand.THIS IS NOT A COPYING ACTIVITYTHE EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION IS VERBAL
19 Do NowStudy your vocabulary words from your packet.
20 Intro to Hot Seat Game__________is the study of Earth’s physical and human features .Another name for the absolute location of a place on earth is called the ___________________Another name for Landforms, bodies of water and plant and animal life is called__________ ____________.
21 GeographyGeography is the study of Earth’s human and physical features.Geographers are the people who study geography.Geography tells us about: (5 Themes)Locationhuman and environment interactionplacesregionsmovement
22 Do NowTake out your jigsaw graphic organizer and study the 5 strands that you have in your notes.Have your homework out and ready to be checked by Mr. FisherToday we will continue with the Jigsaw activity.
23 History History- the events that happened in the past. History affects all people.Chronology is the time order in which things happen.Perspectives- different points of viewhistorical empathy- ability to understand people of the past in their own frame of reference.
24 Civics and GovernmentGovernment- system of leaders and laws that help people live safely together in a community, state, or country.Civic participation means being concerned with and involved in issues related to your community, state, country, or world.
25 Economics Economy deals with money. A society must have an economy. Economics is the study of the way that goods and wealth are produced, distributed, and used in the world.
26 Culture and Society Culture- ways of acting, speaking, and believing. Society- human groupheritage- wealth of ideas that have been passed down through their history
27 Do Now 9-9-13 Study your vocabulary and prepared to discuss the terms. HOT SEAT QuestionsThe exact location of a place is called ________ ________A Record of events in the order in which they happened is called _________An organized group of people is called a _________
28 Activity Book Page 4 Why History Matters We are going to work in table groups today.With your table partners, discuss and answer the questions on Activity Book page 4 . You will have about 20 minutes to complete the paper.
29 Do NowTake out your packets and continue to study the five strands. There will be a quiz on Thursday on the Five Strands of Social Studies !!!!
30 Activity Book page 6With the partner that you choose, read statements 1 thru 7.Discuss with a partner what strand of Social Studies is being described in the statement.Write the name of the strand in the space provided.Underline the key words that led to your decision.
31 Do NowPlease have your homework out and ready to be checked by Mr. Fisher!!Go back to page #1 in your packet and complete the AFTER column on the Anticipation Guide
32 Revisit your Anticipation Guide. Complete the After column. Go back and check your work… you may makechanges.Humans have no affect on their surroundings.History affects all people.Language and religious beliefs are part of culture.There is only one type of government in the world.Civic participation means being concerned with and involved in issues related to your community, state, country, or world.Economy deals with money.
33 Essential Question Answers Essential Questions (LEQ)1) What are the five strands of Social Studies and how do they help us learn about the world?2) What are the five themes of geography and how do they help us learn about the world?3) Why are the five strands of social studies important?
34 Do Now-9-15-11 Take out your homework to be checked by Mr. Fisher. While I take attendance, please continue to study your 5 Strand Organizer.Quiz tomorrow on the 5 strands
35 Tonight’s HomeworkAnswer essential question #1 in your packet for homework tonight!!!Your answer must be in paragraph form. It must the following:Introduction Sentence (Restate the Question)One sentence for each strandConclusion
36 Essential Question Answer The five strands of Social Studies that help us learn about the world are geography, history, civics and government, culture and society, and economics. Geography helps us learn about different places and locations on earth and how people interact with their environment. When we study history, we learn about important people and events that have had an effect on our lives today. By studying government, we learn about different types of governments and leaders from other countries. Culture is the one strand that takes a look at different people from all over the
37 EQ continuedworld where we learn how they speak, dress, and the customs they practice. When we study economy, we learn about how countries make money and use their resources to meet the needs of their people.
38 Yellow-Culture and Society 5 Strand Flip ChartGreen- GeographyBlue-HistoryIvory-GovernmentPink-EconomicsYellow-Culture and SocietyLayering Your Paper-Each piece of colored paper should have about ½ inch sticking out at the bottom.
39 5 Strand Flip Chart Geography History Government Economics Culture and SocietyLayering Your Paper-Each piece of colored paper should have about ½ inch sticking out at the bottom.
40 Do NowTake out your flip chart and blue packet on the 5 Strands.