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welcome to history. August 31 st 2011. objective. I can consider factors that contribute to defining culture. Agenda. “History and Knowing Who We Are” handout McCullough article Sections 1 and 2 of worksheet Homework: What is culture?. McCullough.

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welcome to history

welcome to history

August 31st 2011

objective
objective
  • I can consider factors that contribute to defining culture
agenda
Agenda
  • “History and Knowing Who We Are” handout
  • McCullough article
  • Sections 1 and 2 of worksheet
  • Homework: What is culture?
mccullough
McCullough
  • “ Learning about history is an antidote to the hubris of the present, the idea that everything in our lives is the ultimate”
  • What does “antidote” mean?
  • What does “hubris” mean?
mccullough1
McCullough
  • Complete “wordle” worksheet with your table partner (15-20 mins)
  • Discuss as a class
section 1
Section 1
  • After reading, work in your table groups to answer section one.
homework
Homework
  • Ask your parents/guardians/family about culture. What is your families culture? What do you value?