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GRAPES of Civilization

GRAPES of Civilization
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John Mason

on 29 November 2016

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Transcript of GRAPES of Civilization

Geography, Religion, Achievements, Politics, Economics, Social Structure
Geography
Religion
Can you identify the different features of civilization?
Politics
leaders
laws
both good...
and bad..
and good...
both bad...
democracy
monarchy
dictatorship
a set of beliefs about a god or gods, morality, and the afterlife
Social Structures
categories based on one's prestige, education, and wealth
Achievements
inventions
G.R.A.P.E.S.
government
Where is it?
Climate? Weather?
physical/natural features?
hot?
cold?
wet?
mountains
rivers
sea/ocean
art
architecture
cuneiform!
farming
tools
weapons
irrigation
Economics
jobs
trade
merchant
farmer
soldier
priest
scribe
teacher
blacksmith
builder
why do people trade?
money, goods
upper class
middle class
lower class
How does geography affect civilization?
where is it and what is it like there?
buildings and large structures
buying, selling, trading of goods in a marketplace
an organized system of leaders and laws to help organize a civilization
a type of government in which people rule through voting
a type of government in which all power is held by one person
a type of government in which there is rule by a king or queen, power is passed through the family
job specialization
upper middle class
lower middle class
Chief Executives
Some, not all celebrities (who do you think?!)
Some athletes (definitely not all!)
investment bankers
most doctors
judges
lawyers
school administrators
requires at least a college degree
engineers
architects
teachers
police officers
electricians
plumbers
carpenters
nurses
requires training beyond high school
skilled workers
construction workers
custodians
factory workers
unskilled labor (requires little to no training)
service workers (hospitality)
fast food workers
retail workers
porter
paraprofessionals
unskilled jobs
monotheistic
polytheistic
belief in many gods
belief in one god
the plow
the study of the physical features of the earth and how these interact or affect humans
inventions, technology, architecture, art and any other long lasting contributions from a civilization
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