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What is culture
What is culture
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What is culture
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  1. AIM: How does culture influence peoples’ lives?Do now: Identify one thing that represents your culture.Example: American culture - baseball HW – Pick five artifacts in your home, describe the item, and describe why it is important to your culture?
  2. *NOTES* WHAT IS CULTURE????? (1) The unique way in which a group of people live (2) Generally refers to the patterns of human activity (3) "The total, generally organized way of life, including values, norms, institutions, and artifacts, that is passed on from generation to generation by learning alone"
  3. WHY IS CULTURE SOMETIMES COMPARED TO AN ICEBERG? 1. Facial expressions 2. Religious beliefs 3. FoodsYOU CAN SEE 4. Eating habits 5. Paintings YOU CAN’T SEE 6. Concept of self 7. Work ethic 8. Styles of dress 9. Literature 10. Concept of fairness 11. Childraising beliefs
  4. Whose culture is being identified in the following images???: writing Architecture/ Art religion Art/mythology clothing food What elements of culture do we see in these images?
  5. Whose culture is identified in these images? TAPAS/ ARCHITECTURE DANCE/ FOOD CLOTHING SPORTS/ GAMES ARCHITECTURE
  6. *NOTES*Cultural diffusion- the exchanging of ideas from one culture toanother usually done through trade and warfare Example: baseball in Japan Cultural Assimilation- taking elements of one’s culture and making it your own (absorbing into a new culture)
  7. SUMMARY: ANSWER #1-3 ON A SEPARATE SHEET OFPAPER. (TO BE COLLECTED!!!!!!!!!)Everyone has a culture. It shapes how wesee the world, ourselves, and others.1. How does my culture shape me?2. How does culture shape the way we seeourselves, others, and the world?3. Why is it important to understandculture?
  8. MATCH THE FOLLOWING.1. Geographer a. studies the past by examining artifacts and ancient ruins2. Political Scientist b. studies the world’s landscapes and climate3. Archaeologist c. studies the operations of different forms of governments4. Economist d. studies the past by examining primary and secondary sources5. Historian e. studies how goods and services are distributed in societies6. Anthropologist f. studies culture and how people interact with society
  9. MATCH THE FOLLOWING.1. Geographer a. studies the past by examining artifacts and ancient ruins2. Political Scientist b. studies the world’s landscapes and climate3. Archaeologist c. studies the operations of different forms of governments4. Economist d. studies the past by examining primary and secondary sources5. Historian e. studies how goods and services are distributed in societies6. Anthropologist f. studies culture and how people interact with society

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