I can: • Interpret how culture changes over time as a result of industrialization, technology, or cultural diffusion.5.1.2 • Complete a graphic organizer (e.g., chart, web) organizing material collected from text or technological sources. SPI 0501.4.3 • Analyze graphs to discover cultural trends (i.e. clothing, music, or radio sales). 5.1.4 Both with 80-100 % accuracy.
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Materials • Study guide chart • Pencil • White board, eraser, and marker • TCAP Coach book
Industrialization- is the overall change accompanying a society's population and resources from farm production to manufacturing production • Technology- machines and inventions that solve problems and improve quality of life • Cultural diffusion – the sharing and passing of cultural practices from one culture to another when cultures come in contact with one another • Global village – enables us to connect and communicate with people all over the world as if they were next door • (white board)
Global village • Industrialization • Technology • Cultural diffusion • Open your Coach books to page 40.
(Comprehension/Knowledge) • What do you think this passage will be about? • What did settlers bring with them in the 1600’s? • What group of people already lived throughout North America? • What nationalities were a part of the melting pot? • Can you list the settler’s nationalities who came to North America between the 1600’s and the mid 1800’s? Introduction
In paragraph 1 what is an example of cultural diffusion? • What inventions had a huge impact on American Culture? • Why did farming become easier? What did this lead to? The Spread of Culture
Use context clues to define the Bessemer process? • What were some of the problems people face while living in urban communities? • Partners - • (whiteboards) Now compare and contrast life today to life in the 1800’s. Urban Culture
What was an effect of the transcontinental railroad? • How have new technologies changed the way people communicate? How do you use new technology in your daily life? (application) • In your groups - Contrast technology in the 1800’s to present technology. Transportation
How have new technologies changed the way people express themselves? (application) • How do you use new technology in your daily life? (application) • In your groups Compare and contrast technology in the 1800’s to present technology. • (analysis) The Arts
1. What is culture diffusion? • 2. Why didn’t people in the US did not listen to the radio as much between 1999 and 2004? a. Programs were not interesting. b. Many people had their own personal listening devices. c. They watched TV more. • 3. What is your favorite technology that you may or may not own? Why is it your favorite? How does it make your life better?
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1. How have new technologies changed the way people communicate? (application) 2. What are the similarities and differences of technology in the 1800’s to present technology.(analysis) 3. Think of a problem in our society. If you had the • resources to create any invention you might think of to solve this problem, what would it be? What would it look like? Now write about the problem, explain how your invention could help, then draw a picture of it. Evaluate your creation; is it useful why or why not? (synthesis, evaluation) – (project due – in five days, • You may type it if you wish) HOTS
Look at the graph pg. 43, read the title, x axis then the y axis, look inside the graph, notice the lines. How are they different? What do they stand for? What stands out? Why have CD sales decreased? (model) Look at the graph pg. 44, read the title, x axis then the y axis, look inside the graph, notice the lines. How are they different? What they stand for? What stands out? Why has radio listening decreased? (model explain) Culture Trends
Think of a problem in our society. If you had the resources to create any invention you think of to solve this problem, what would it be? What would it look like? Now write about the problem, show how your invention could help, then draw a picture of it. Evaluate your creation, is it useful why or why not? (synthesis, evaluation)