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Ms. Soles Social Studies: Human Geography Lesson 8 The Development of Culture and Society
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Objectives 6.11.01 Identify concepts associated with culture. 6.11.02 Influence of environments and beliefs in creating cultural responses. 6.11.03 Compare and contrast institutions in different cultures.
6.11.04 Impact of economic, political, and social changes on individuals and cultures. 6.12.03 Cultural borrowing and the development of societies.
Terms to Know Culture: People’s way of life, including their beliefs and daily practices. Cultural Landscape: The different parts of people’s environment that they have formed and shaped using technology.
Civilization: The more advanced culture that includes cities and a system of writing. Institution: An organization or custom that has social, educational, or religious purposes. Society: A group of several people sharing a culture.
Social Structure: Organized relationships in a pattern including groups of people within society. Social Class: Grouping of people that is based on rank or status. Nuclear Family: Family that includes a mother, a father, and their children. Extended family: Family including many generations, years.
Children From Around the World Compare the many different cultures, how are they alike? Contrast the different cultures, how are they different? http://www.watchknow.org
Geographers study themes of culture, particularly: Human-Environment Interactions Does environment affect culture? Remember the term: “Cultural Landscape”? It means the part of people’s environment that they have changed/shaped and the technology they have used to do so.
What do you think is the most important social unit of any culture? Hints ***Customs and traditions of culture taught through it. ***Children learn how to dress, to eat, to play, and how to be polite within this social unit.