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Title: Turn in your maps


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Turn in your maps
  • Stack them all together with the climate map on
    top.
  • Make sure your name is on all 3
  • Staple them
  • Put them on the table

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Today
  • Seats
  • Books
  • Current Events
  • Course Intro
  • Maps

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Global Studies A Intro
  • Geography and how it Shapes Culture

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Collective Trauma Article
  1. What is collective trauma from what you read in
    the article?
  2. How does collective trauma shape cultures and
    societies?
  3. How do communities causing the trauma view the
    other cultures way of dealing with trauma?
  4. Can you think of other societies around the world
    that have dealt with collective trauma?
  5. How do you think the article relates to the theme
    of this course?

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40 Maps That Explain the World
  • http//www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/
    2013/08/12/40-maps-that-explain-the-world/

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World Map Directions
  • Label the maps based on the map list
  • You will have three separate maps (today only
    work on Map 1)
  • I suggest color coordinating-ex. for all oceans
    use one color, for all mountain ranges use
    another, etc. (color coordinating is optional)
  • Draw in the symbol for rivers and mountain
    ranges.
  • If places are too small to write you can label
    the area by its number on the list
  • Map items will be part of a global themes quiz
    that will be taken next week.

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Overview
  • We will be learning about many different people
    in the world and how their ways of life have
    changed over thousands of years.
  • Different cultures are largely shaped by
    geography.
  • Vastly different geographies equal many different
    types of people throughout the world.
  • Think about how we have dealt with different
    types of people in the past and present?

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Geography
  • Peoples ability to change their environment is
    limited. Or is it? Think of ways people change
    their environment today?
  • Geography-the study of where people, places and
    things are located and how they relate to each
    other.
  • Maps, globes, charts help us to understand
    geography but it is much deeper than that
  • 5 basic themes-describes the patterns and
    connections in the use of the geographic space.

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Five Basic Themes of Geography
  • 1. Location- position on earths
    surface.
  • Relative location also. Where is
    it?
  • Latitude- distance north to south of equator.
  • Hemispheres
  • Longitude- distance east/west of prime meridian.
  • Ohio- 38, 80
  • 2. Place- physical and human characteristics.
    What is it like?
  • Physical-Landforms, climate, soil, ecology.
  • Human- Stir Fry- quick cook b/c little fire wood
  • Can you think of physical and human
    characteristics for Bath and Richfield?

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Five Basic Themes of Geography
  • 3. Region- an area of the earths surface with
    similar characteristics. How are places similar
    or different?
  • Characteristics can be physical, political,
    economic or cultural
  • Physical characteristics-climate, vegetation
    ,land patterns
  • Cultural characteristics-organized around a
    religion or set of customs/language
  • Economic characteristics-some countries may
    belong to a group of others because they are all
    third world developing nations

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Five Basic Themes of Geography
  • 4. Human-Environment Interaction-how people
    relate to the physical world.
  • People use what the environment offers and change
    the environment to meet their needs-
  • Some aspects cant be changed-climate
  • People must adapt- (stir fry example)
  • Not all people that live in a similar environment
    use it in the same way-Examples-

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Five Basic Themes of Geography
  • 5. Movement-how people, goods and ideas move from
    place to place.
  • People have always migrated throughout history
  • Trade-ideas/resources move through trade
  • Missionaries
  • Interdependence-countries rely on each other for
    resources that their geography does not provide

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Ch.1-1 Questions
  1. What is the difference between place and
    location?
  2. Give two examples of how people reshape their
    environment and two examples of how people adapt
    to their environment.
  3. Describe three ways to identify the region in
    which you live.

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Chapter 1 Section 2
  • Geographers need tools to study patterns
  • There are all different types of maps to display
    information showing the 5 themes of geography
  • Example-political maps, physical maps, etc.
  • We will be doing three maps for Chapter 1

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Importance of Maps to see Culture
  • Map skills
  • Geographers use different types of maps to
    collect information
  • This information helps geographers to see
    patterns and how people develop based on their
    environment
  • Surrounding environment helps develop culture as
    people adapt to live.

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Maps for Chapter 1
  • Label/shade the maps I give you
  • Use colors to help code your labeling/shading
  • Maps are worth a good chunk of points!
  • You are responsible for knowing the maps on
    tests-I limit the number and give you a study
    guide

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Culture
  • Culture- all things that make up a peoples
    entire way of life.
  • Elements that make up culture (we will study all
    of the elements in each region we cover)
  • Social Organization
  • Customs and Traditions
  • Language
  • Arts and Literature
  • Religion
  • Forms of Government
  • Economic Systems

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Elements that Make up Culture
  • Social Organization- organization of members into
    smaller units.
  • Family- most important passes down behavior and
    beliefs.
  • Nuclear family-wife, husband, kids. US this is
    all that is needed why in other countries are
    larger ones needed?
  • Extended Family- several generations.
    Grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins etc.
  • Most families were patriarchal, only a few
    matriarchal.

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Elements of Culture cont
  • 2. Customs and traditions- rules of behavior.
  • Sometimes social pressure is used to enforce
    minor rules of behavior. Written laws are about
    right and wrong.
  • 3. Language- cornerstone of culture.
  • All have it but some do not write it. Same lang.
    tends to equal similar customs
  • 4. Arts and literature- Teach us about values
    while entertaining us. Encourage identity and
    teach us lessons. Promote cultural pride and
    unity.

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Elements of Culture cont
  • 5. Religion- Helps people answer basic questions
    about life. Supports imp. values.
  • Varies- monotheistic or poly theistic. Religious
    problems are an issue.
  • 6. Forms of Government- provide for their common
    needs. Keeping order and protecting society.
    Ex. Democracy, dictatorship
  • 7. Economic Systems- how people use limited
    resources to satisfy their wants and needs.
    What, how, and for whom questions.

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Ch.1-3 Questions
  • From birth we are taught the ways of thinking,
    believing and behaving. What is your family
    culture?
  • Give examples for each of the seven elements of
    culture.

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How Culture Changes
  • Japanese baseball story
  • Can you think of reasons that cause culture to
    change?
  • Causes of change-
  • Technology- skills and tools people use. Ex.
    Carssuburbsurban downturnpovertycrime.
  • 2. Changing environment- Ex. Extinction of
    buffalo to NA.

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How Culture Changes
  • 3. New Ideas- Ex. Recycling and conservation.
  • 4. Diffusion- movement of customs and beliefs
    from one place to another. They move with
    people. Ex. The wheel to rock, music. Diffusion
    can be forced when groups take over others.
  • 5. Traditions change over time- sometimes aided
    by tech. Need to find ways to keep old
    traditions. most people only prefer their own
    culture because it is familiar and comforting.
    We think they are they way things are supposed to
    be.

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How Culture Changes
  • Ethnocentrism- judge other cultures by the
    standards of your own- students need to define
    first.
  • This is one of the main points of this class!
    Dont judge other cultures problems and ways of
    life until you understand them!
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