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Interdependence and social org

  1. 1. A few Beginning Concepts Interdependence and Social Organizations
  2. 2. Sources used to study HistoryPrimary Source:Are materials that were produced during thehistorical period or very close to the periodbeing studied.
  3. 3. Secondary Source Are interpretations of Historical Events written by historians later in time.Task:In your notebook list as many examplesas you can think of for both PrimaryAnd secondary sources
  4. 4. Types of Primary sourcesLegal Documents: Laws, Wills, Deeds, BillsPersonal Documents: Journals, Diaries, LettersContemporary Accounts: Newspapers, interview,artifactsElectronic Documents: texts, tweets, email
  5. 5. Secondary sourcesBooks: Encyclopedia Textbooks
  6. 6. Next Historians Analyze Ask Questions Who? Where? What? When? How? Why? How was it What was it What does it When was it Why was itWho made it? Who used it? Where was it? made or used for? say or mean? made/ used? made? used?
  7. 7. How to evaluate a source?• What date was it written in?• What type of source is it?• How did the source come into existence – Who created the source? (social position) – Do they have a vested interest?
  8. 8. • Is the author in a position in society to provide reliable information on a particular topic? (Credentials)• What does the document mean to contemporaries- could the document be misinterpreted?
  9. 9. Inference• An inference is an educated guess based on the information you have collected• Make a chart in your book: Activity you One object Was that Was the did this you used to object made object made morning complete by yourself by others? that activity
  10. 10. Interdependence• Humans live in groups in society because they can best meet their needs and wants by working with other members of society. Another Example
  11. 11. BreadFarmers Harvest the Wheat Wheat sent to the mill to be turned into flourBaker bakes theBread Consumer buys bread from store Truck delivers bread to stores
  12. 12. Your TaskComplete the interdependence assignmentabout paper is made by placing the number ofdifferent tasks involved in making paper in order.
  13. 13. Social Organizations• Since humans live in groups and must interact with others within the society, we set up systems called social organizations to help us better meet our needs and wants by providing order and establishing rules to regulate human behaviour.
  14. 14. Types of Organizations and their purposeSpecific Social Organizations in our society havedifferent purposes.They are essential because we need groups thathold more power in society to:• Help maintain peace• Make decisions• Create a meaning and purpose to life• Organize people into an orderly society.
  15. 15. FamilyTo provide for needs of adults andchildren.Families contribute tokeeping our populationgrowing.
  16. 16. EducationTo transmit culture from onegeneration to another and to aid in thesocialization process.
  17. 17. Political OrganizationTo meet the needs of making collective decisions
  18. 18. Economic OrganizationsTo produce and distribute goods and services
  19. 19. Religious or Cultural OrganizationsTo create a sense ofmeaning or purpose forlife.To provide civilizationwith rules to build moralsand establish laws.
  20. 20. Your TaskComplete the assignment analyzing social organizations Analysis Questions Organization 1: Organization 2: Education Family . Needs met by this organization. (What is the organizations purpose?) Demands made by this social organization. (What role does this organization play in helping society establish order by implementing rules?) Sanctions used by this Positive Negative Positive Negative Organization (if deemed necessary) Consequences of actions both positive and negative) Amount of conformity demanded? (How do you change your behaviour to fit in?) Is the membership worth the return? Explain. (Is it worth it?)