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Introduction to GRAPES (with Graphic Organizer)

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Dale Kim

on 28 August 2016

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Transcript of Introduction to GRAPES (with Graphic Organizer)

Social Structure
Includes:
Different social levels
(high, middle, low)
Social classes
Geography
Includes:
location
climate
landscape features
Religion
The

GRAPES

(of All Civilizations)

Things to consider
Types of natural resources available

Was the civilization open or isolated
(closed)
to cultural exchange?
Things to consider
Monotheism = belief in one God
Polytheism = belief in many gods

Religious beliefs affected the daily lifestyles of the people.

How did the religion spread around the world?

Includes:
laws
important books or scriptures
values
(what is considered good by society?)
morals
(standards of good behavior)
Achievements
Includes:
new ideas
innovations and inventions
advancements in technology
Things to consider
What are the lasting achievements of a civilization?

Which ideas, inventions, or artwork still affect our lives today?
Politics
Includes:
government
leadership and law-making
power structure
Things to consider
Types of government structure

Who had decision-making power in the civilization?
Economy
Includes:
ways of generating wealth
trade goods
ways to distribute limited resources
Things to consider
Common resources of a civilization were traded for less common resources from other civilizations

Did the civilization trade with other civilizations or use money?
GRAPES helps us to examine the big ideas of history of all civilizations we study
Things to consider
Upper class - "the most important people" in a society!?!?

Bottom class - How did that affect their lives?

Could people move up or down in a social hierarchy?
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