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The Five Themes of Social Studies

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Melissa Giordano

on 10 September 2012

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Transcript of The Five Themes of Social Studies

The Five Themes of Social Studies 3. Continuity & Change 1. Commonality & Diversity 2. Conflict & Cooperation Why do we study Social Studies? Conclusion What are some things that people
have conflicts, or disagreements, about?





Why is it important for people
to settle their disagreement? Individualism: working alone

Interdependence: relying on others and working together When we study Social Studies, we learn more about what it means to be a citizen of our town, our state, our country, and our world. How are people across the United States similar and different? How is the land of the United States common and diverse? 4. Individualism & Interdependence 5. Interaction With Different Environments What causes thing to change? Why is it important for people to work together? What different environments are you a part of? People behave in ways that affect their environment. The environment also affects people and the way they live. *A theme is a key topic that we will be studying. 1. Commonality & Diversity 2. Conflict & Cooperation 3. Continuity & Change 4. Individualism & Interdependence 5. Interaction With Different Environments As we learn about the differnet parts of the United States, we will think about these themes and how people live across our country. Key Vocabulary citizen

environment

landform
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