8 concepts flip chart


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8 concepts flip chart

  1. 1. 8 Concepts of SS  Creating the flip chart  Get out a sheet of notebook paper, fold to the red line, make a cut every 3 or 4 spaces  Write the title in between the holes of the paper  Write the themes on the exposed lines, unfold and write the definition, and next to the definition draw a picture or symbol  Follow teacher’s directions to complete the project
  2. 2. Location I will understand that: location affects a society’s economy, culture, and development EQ: How does my location in the United States affect my economy, culture, an development? Answer:
  3. 3. Culture I will understand that : _culture of a society is the product of religions, beliefs, customs, traditions, and government of that society. EQ How can I make the most of the components of culture, so that I can have an impact on my future? Answer:
  4. 4. Movement and Migration I will understand that: _movement or migration of people and ideas affect all societies involved EQ: How might your move to a northern or western country influence others around you? Answer:
  5. 5. Human Environmental Interaction I will understand that: _humans, their society, & their environment affect each other EQ: How do societies and the environment adapt to each other? How do I adapt to my community and environment? Answer:
  6. 6. Conflict and Change I will understand that:  when there is conflict between or within societies, change is the result EQ: Why is there change when you have a conflict between or within societies? Answer:
  7. 7. Time, Change, Continuity I will understand that:  While change occurs over time, there is continuity to the basic structure of the society  EQ: How can the basic structure of a society continue even if there is change over time? Answer:
  8. 8. Production, distribution, and Consumption I will understand that: _ the production, distribution, and consumption of goods, and services produced by a society are affected by the location, customs, beliefs, and laws of that society EQ: How might the economy be controlled by the location, customs, beliefs, and laws of a society? Answer:
  9. 9. Governance I will understand that: _As a society increases in difficulty and interacts with other societies the difficulty of the government also increases. EQ: How has our government changed over time based on relationships with other countries? Answer: