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unit 1 lesson 2

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erika steinger

on 16 September 2014

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unit 2 lesson 2
What is culture?

Work with your group to come up with a definition and a list of key words/concepts.

#1s will write; #2s will share
Religious Symbols
Facebook Logo
Answer the following question in your Springboard book:

Why do you think your classmates shared some of your perceptions but not others?

What items do you think represent you and your cultural identity? Why? Fill in the graphic organizer.
In your journal, explain how one of the items on your list reflects an aspect of your culture.

Describe the object
Make the connection to your culture
Express the significance of the object to you
Symbolic Associations
View each object/image on the board and write down the name of the object/image in the left column of your graphic organizer.

In the middle column, write down the first thing that you think of when you see this image.

Once everybody has filled in the first two columns, we will discuss responses as a class. Then, in the right hand column, write down one of your classmate's responses.
Unit EQ:

How do cultural experiences shape, impact, or influence our identity and perceptions?
Copy down the EQs in your

Answer the following question in your binder: What does the word "culture" mean to you? Create a list of key words.
Lesson EQ:
What is culture and how does it exist in our daily lives?
Cell Phone
American Flag
Exit Slip
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