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Describes differences in rural, urban and suburban communities, focusing on transportation and architecture. Use to begin a unit on communities.

Describes differences in rural, urban and suburban communities, focusing on transportation and architecture. Use to begin a unit on communities.

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    Community types: urban, rural and suburban. Community types: urban, rural and suburban. Presentation Transcript

    • Fair Use Statement
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    • Communities -Rural, Urban and Suburban Cheri Hallifax Turman
    • Urban
      • Urban communities are cities.
      • There are lots of people living close together in a small amount of space.
      • There is not very much open space or natural areas.
    • Urban
      • Transportation
        • People often take the bus, train, taxis or walk
    • Urban
      • Architecture
        • Buildings in urban communities are often very tall.
        • Some buildings are so tall they seem to touch the sky.
        • These are called “ Skyscrapers ”.
    • Rural
      • Rural communities are called “the country” or farmland.
      • There are fewer people, more spread out from one another.
      • There is lots of open space and natural areas.
    • Rural
      • Transportation
        • People usually must drive to places they need to visit, because it is too far to walk.
        • Sometimes the roads are not paved, so people need special vehicles, like pick-up trucks.
        • Farms have special types of vehicles, such as tractors.
    • Rural
    • Rural
      • Architecture
        • Buildings in rural communities are more spread out than in urban ones.
        • It is not unusual to find only a few buildings spread out over large distances.
    • Suburban
      • Suburban communities are usually close to, but not in, cities.
      • There are fewer people than in urban communities, but many more than in rural communities.
      • Houses are often in neighborhoods and many people have yards.
      • There are many natural areas.
    • Suburban
      • Transportation
        • People in the suburbs often drive, but sometimes walk or take the bus.
        • Sometimes people will take trains into the city.
    • Suburban
      • Architecture
        • Often, homes in suburban communities have only one family living in them.
        • Sometimes families live in apartments. They are not skyscrapers.
    • Children
      • Urban, Rural and Suburban Children all love to:
        • Play
        • Laugh
        • Have fun
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