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1 “Connecting Themes Used in Seventh Grade Social Studies” UNIT 1“Connecting Themes Used in Seventh Grade Social Studies”EconomiesFactors of Production
2 “Connecting Themes Used in Seventh Grade Social Studies” Socratic questioning about how students relate to themes personally. At the end of questioning students respond to the prompt “How (insert theme) relates to my life.” Teacher may use all the themes or select certain ones for the prompt.Dialogue and Discussion Constructed Response Self-Assessment
4 EQ-What are the themes across social studies? HistoryCultureEconomicsPoliticsGeography
5 Conflict & ChangeWhen there is conflict between or within societies, change is the result.3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, WH, USH, WG5
6 1. EU- Conflict results in change When you have conflicts with your friends, does it change your friendship? How?Yes, you think differently of each otherNo, problem solved, you’re still the same2. Why do you make changes in your life. Give an example..To better yourself, getting older, moving on, learn from mistakes
7 CultureThe culture of a society is the product of the religion, beliefs, customs, traditions, and government of that society.K, 1, 6, 7, WH, USH, WG7
8 2. EU- Culture is a product of religion, beliefs, customs, traditions and government. How do you describe your family’s culture?How do government actions affect your culture?Should schools try to influence or reflect the students’ cultures?What cultural conflicts have you seen in your school or the U.S.?Why do you choose the friends you choose?
9 GovernanceAs a society increases in complexity and interacts with other societies, the complexity of the government also increases.6, 7, WH9
10 3. EU- As a society increases in complexity & interacts with other societies, the complexity of the government also increases.How have your responsibilities changed as your family has changed or as you have gotten older?In what ways do the rules in sports get more complicated at different levels? (i.e. Tee ball through Major Leagues)How have society and government adapted to each other’s growing complexities?
11 Human Environmental Interaction Humans, their society, and the environment affect each other.6, 7, WG11
12 4. EU- Humans, their society, and the environment affect each other. How is the landscape changed when neighborhoods are built?What jobs are available or unavailable because of the physical geography near you?What are the positive and negative consequences of human environment interaction?How does the environment affect food choice?
13 Movement/ MigrationThe movement or migration of people and ideas affects all societies involved.4, 5, 6, 7, 8, WH, USH13
14 5. EU-movement or migration of people and ideas affects all societies involved. 1. What are some of the cultural differences (language/slang, foods, accents, sports, clothes, etc.) within different regions of the United States?2. What are some of the reasons that people move?3. How do people change when they move from one place to another?
15 6. EU-location affects a society’s economy, culture, and development How does your family decide to make and spend money? JOB, $ makeWhat changes have occurred in your life since moving from elementary school to middle school? Work, lockers, mature, sports, teachersWhat are some examples that demonstrate how location affects your society’s economy, culture, and development? jobs, not enough stores or merchandise, playing outsideHow do opportunities change (jobs, food, homes, standard of living, clothes, etc.) depending on where you live? Bigger city- bigger selectionWhy do people eat different foods in different parts of the world? b/c of their climate, culture, location
16 Time, Change, Continuity While change occurs over time, there is continuity to the basic structure of a society.K, 1, 2, 6, 7, WH16
17 How has school changed and stayed the same since kindergarten? 7. EU- While change occurs over time, there is continuity to the basic structure of that society.How has school changed and stayed the same since kindergarten?How can a society change but have its basic components remain the same over time?Why do some things remain the same when society is always changing?
18 Production, Distribution, Consumption The production, distribution, and consumption of goods/services produced by the society are affected by the location, customs, beliefs, and laws of the society.2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, USH, WG18
19 What are the elements that make up an economy? 8. EU-production, distribution, and consumption of goods/services produced by the society are affected by the location, customs, beliefs, and laws of the society.What are the elements that make up an economy?How are the things you want to buy produced?How do stores get the things you want to buy?How do you decide what to buy?What factors determine the price of the things you want to buy?
20 “Connecting Themes Used in Seventh Grade Social Studies” 1. Find pictures in magazines that illustrate the enduring understandings and glue them down.Type your enduring understanding and # on your project.Write a response explaining how your picture(s) relate to your EU. Then try to relate the EU to you and your life.
21 Sample Written Response My enduring understanding states that CULTURE is a product of religion, beliefs, customs, traditions and government. In my picture, Jacob Black cut his hair short, got a Quileute tattoo on his shoulder and ran around half naked. This was all part of his Indian tribe’s traditions. You can see that they all look the same from their clothes, to their hair, to their tats and abs.In my culture, we don’t run around half naked. We wear jeans, plaid, t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, tennis shoes, boots and much more. We all also have different styles and color of hair. We all don’t lookthe same either. However, somepeople have tats but they are not allthe same.
22 Economy EQ: What are the three economies? How are they different? Independently read pgs Economies, record notes on trifold, BING one of the economies’ factoriesEQ: What makes up an economy?2. Record vocabulary words with teacher
23 ECONOMY VocabularyECONOMY- businesses provide goods & services to provide for people’s wants. (rise & fall in investors, increase & decrease in jobs)PRODUCTS- items that people buy and useEx: clothes, cars, houses, toiletriesCONSUMERS- the people that buy productsMANUFACTURE- to makeFACTORY- the place where products are madeSERVICE PROVIDER- a business that sells a product or provides a service; bank, hair salon, clothing store, Wal-Mart, Winn Dixie
24 ECONOMY Vocabulary GOODS- something you want, product ex: computer SERVICES- an action that meets a wantex: lawn care, med. help, educationPRODUCERS- people who make the productsSUPPLY AND DEMAND- the more people want it, the price increases/ less people want it, price decreasesPROFIT- the $ that you make after cost have been paid
25 ECONOMIES Command Market Traditional Free Enterprise Also look in the back of the bookAt the Economics Handbook (Brown)
26 ECONOMIES Supply & Demand FREE ENTERPRISE MARKET ECONOMY People make decisions on what to produce, where to work, set their own prices, decides how many to produceGovt. has a small roleUnited StatesSupply & Demand
29 You WILL work at this job! ECONOMIESCOMMAND ECONOMYGovernment makes decisions on what to produce, where to work, set their own prices, decides how many to produceCuba & North KoreaGovt. has a LARGE roleYou WILL work at this job!
30 Hundreds of workers striking at Baode factory- Mattell
31 ECONOMIES TRADITIONAL ENTERPRISE SOCIETY & CULTURE determine how goods and services are produced, the prices, incomes $, who gets to buy products.Ex. Rich family- allowed to buy a certain tractorEx. Farmers give much of produce to the community leader. He then gives to the people that need it.India and some African countries
33 Factors of Production PRODUCT ENTREPRENEUR- the business man who brings all three of these together p.103ex. Christina Aguilera cutting a cd2. LABOR RESOURCES- workers who know what they’re doing3. NATURAL RESOURCES- raw materials (land, water, soil, forest, minerals, veges)4. CAPITAL RESOURCES- machines, factories and suppliesPRODUCT
34 FACTORS OF PRODUCTIONENTREPRENEURLaborResourceNaturalResourceCapitalResource
35 Factors of Production 1. Read and Discuss ch.4-3 F.O.P. Record vocabulary wordsEQ: What are the three parts to production?
36 The business person that FACTORS OF PRODUCTIONEntrepreneurThe business person thatOpens the businessNATURAL RESOURCESRaw materials from earth ( wood, corn,Minerals, water )LABOR RESOURCESThe workersCAPITAL RESOURCESMachines, factories, & supplies
38 The Stages of Production 1. R-A-L- Lawnmower Boyby: Gary PaulsonUse internet resource to discuss the stages of productionGo back to the factors of production chart and add the stages of productionEQ: How are the resources from factors of production used in the stages of production?
39 The Stages of Production EQ: How does a PRODUCT get to the store for me to buy?
40 The Stages of Production PROCESS OF HOW A PRODUCT IS MADE FROM BEGINING TO END PRIMARY-1st stage of productionThe extraction of raw materials from the earth.
41 The Stages of Production PROCESS OF HOW A PRODUCT IS MADE FROM BEGINING TO END SECONDARY-2nd stage of productiontransforming raw materials into productsLabor Res, Capital Res, Natural Res.
42 TERTIARY- 3RD stage of production It involves all services provided to businesses and consumers. Getting the product to the store & consumers.ex: firefighter, bank, grocery store, doctors, taxi driver, delivery man.Wal-Mart- produced it, shipped it, and sold it.Entrepreneur - Sam Walton
43 The Stages of Production PROCESS OF HOW A PRODUCT IS MADE FROM BEGINING TO END EQ: How are the resources from factors of production used in the stages of production?There are more than 7,500 varieties of apples grown worldwide, with China producing 41 percent of the fruit. The United States is the second largest apple producer.
44 The Stages of Production PROCESS OF HOW A PRODUCT IS MADE FROM BEGINING TO END EQ: How are the resources from factors of production used in the stages of production?Illustrate a natural resource to a finished product.
45 “Connecting Themes Used in Seventh Grade Social Studies” Go to the computer lab to create a slide show that illustrates a natural resource being turned into a product that a consumer would use.EQ: How does an ear of corn get turned into popcorn and make it to me while I’m sitting in the movie theater?
48 “Connecting Themes Used in Seventh Grade Social Studies” Go to the computer lab to create a slide show that illustrates a natural resource being turned into a product that a consumer would use.EQ: How does a tree make it to a four-poster, mahogany bed in my bedroom?