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Community

Social Studies - 3rd Grade EFL
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Justin M Thibedeau

on 24 April 2014

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Transcript of Community

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Residents
Getting Along
Places in a Community
A community is a group of people who live in the same city, town, or neighborhood.
What brings us together?
People who live in a community are called residents. All residents follow the same laws (rules). They all work together to make their community better.
All the residents in a community are different. You can learn a lot from people who are different from you. Most important is to respect other people's differences.
Religion
What jobs do these residents do in their community?
People believe in different things.
Food
People eat different kinds of food at home depending on where their family is from. Always be polite and try new food (it's okay if you don't like it, but try).
Mixing
Community Service
Residents volunteer (choose to work without pay) to help their community. Together, they keep their community clean and help other people.
Culture
Everyone has a culture. Culture came from your ancestors a long time ago and from your family now. Culture can shape the way you think and see the world. Knowing about your own culture first will help you to understand the cultures of others. Read the story in the
Culture Tree
and think
about what pieces make
up culture.
Culture Tree
Share the food, music, art, and games of your culture with friends. Also, try to experience new things from other cultures. This helps residents in a community get to know and understand each other.
Food, Music, and Fun
Family
Education
Games
Art
Each kid in this story has his or her own culture. However, every culture is made of some same pieces.
What's in my community?
Language
Food
Music
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Vocabulary: Match each picture with a job from the box.
Can you think of any more places in your community?
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Vocabulary: Match each place with its name from below.
Residents need different kinds of places to work or live, buy food or get help. Some residents, like architects, engineers, and construction workers, build these places for other residents to use.
live?
buy
groceries?
Where do you...
watch a
movie?
get your teeth
checked?
learn?
buy fruit?
go to see
a concert?
go to a community
meeting?
buy medicine?
go shopping?
in a house
in an apartment building
in a townhouse
in a supermarket
in an outdoor market
in a superstore
go for fun with your family?
Celebrations
in a movie theater
at school
at the dentist's office
at the fruit stand
in an amphitheater
in City Hall
at the pharmacy
at the shopping mall
Celebrations are special days that we spend with family and friends. Many special days, like Christmas, Chinese New Year, or birthdays, are celebrated annually (once a year). Others, like weddings or graduating from school, happen less often.
To help you understand and share your culture with others, it is helpful to make your own cultural profile. Here are some examples.
Cultural Profile
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