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Welcome! 8/23-26/2013. Class Recap Who did you think was self actualized? BOP #1 Universal Aspects of CulturE Barnga ! BOP #2. 1. Class Recap. Self Actualization looks different in different societies and cultures Personal Family/Local National World?

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Welcome 8 23 26 2013

Welcome! 8/23-26/2013

Class Recap

Who did you think was self actualized?

BOP #1

Universal Aspects of CulturE

Barnga!

BOP #2


1 class recap

1. Class Recap

  • Self Actualization looks different in different societies and cultures

    • Personal

    • Family/Local

    • National

    • World?

  • Maslow’s is a great starting point, but raises more questions than answers


2 who do you think was is self actualized

2. Who do you think was/is Self Actualized?

MAXIMIZING POTENTIAL?

Red’s- Group Share out


3 bop

3. BOP

  • 8/23-26/2013 BOP

  • Learning Goals

    • 1. Students will be able to describe the universal aspects of culture.

    • 2. Students will be able to define culture.

  • Questions:

  • 1. Examine the pictures located on mrzemansclasses.wikispaces.com; Day 6. Based on these, what do you think culture is? Create a definition.


4 universal aspects of culture

4. Universal Aspects of Culture

Background/Context

Values and Ethics

Economics, labor, technology

Food, Clothing, Shelter (material)

Government and Politics

Family and Kin

Religious beliefs and attitudes

Education/Communication

Arts and Esthetic values

Recreation/Entertainment


4 universal aspects of culture1

4. Universal Aspects of Culture

Culture is the sum total of the way of life for a group of people.


5 barnga card game

5. Barnga! Card Game

4 tables, 5 students to a table

Read rules; follow the rules in practice round

Need to be quiet and respectful of Mrs. Wegener’s Room!!!


6 bop 2

6. BOP #2

Questions:

1. Describe the confusion that took place during the game.

2. What does the game suggest about what to do when you are in a similar situation in the real world?

3. How does this game focus our attention on the hidden aspects of culture?


7 examples of covert and overt culture

7. Examples of Covert and Overt Culture

http://www.featureshoot.com/2013/03/photos-of-children-from-around-the-world-with-their-most-prized-possessions/

http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2011/08/where-children-sleep-a-round-the-world-tour-of-bedrooms/243303/


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