Aim: Students will analyze and examine the definition of ...

Aim: Students will analyze and examine the definition of ...

Aim: How does culture shape history? Do Now: In your own words, define the term, culture. Give an example of something that represents your culture. Example: Baseball (American sports culture) or Apple Pie (American food

culture). Definition of Culture: Culture is a system of beliefs, values, and assumptions about life that guide behavior and are shared by a group of people. It includes customs, language, and material artifacts. These are

transmitted from generation to Activity #1: Discussion on Culture: How do you think you learned your culture? How do you think your culture has shaped you? How has it influenced your values,

preferences, and beliefs? Despite the differences in culture in our Activity #2a: Independent Practice On your own, complete the culture handout, Everyone has a Culture Everyone is Different.

Activity #2b: Turn & Talk Turn to a student sitting near you. Share your answers and then switch roles. Summary How does culture shape the way we see

ourselves, others, and the world? How does my culture shape me? How do you think that culture is spread from one region to another? Your answer should be at least one full

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