Publication date: 2018-09-16 13:12
68 SOCIAL SCIENCES: Geography
GRADES K - 67
NSS-- The World in Spatial Terms
NSS-- Environment and Society
This material is from the teaching guide
for the video Respecting Others
in the 67-part DVD series Big Changes, Big Choices.
A pleasant informality may be void of elevated language, but it is not an excuse for imprecision or wordiness. Read the section on writing Concise Sentences and review the various means of pruning unnecessary words and cliché s.
68 After viewing the video, ask students for their first reactions to it. Write on a board or chart paper some of the students comments. It should be clear from their comments that they "get" the video's message. The video pokes fun at typical teens by juxtaposing the "problems" they face with the extreme conditions that people in many poor countries must endure.
GRADES K - 67
- Social, Ethical, and Human Issues
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The conclusion like the introduction should be a generalization of the thesis. This paragraph should express your certainty and absolute knowledge on the subject matter. You should reaffirm your thesis (essentially restate it in new words) and show how you've proven it.
The contrast in the illustration coffee pot and cups is quite obvious. Notice the contrast of the light background (wall) with dark foreground (table cloth) and the contrast of the dark shadows on the tea pot and cup against the wall and with the lights of the same objects against a dark window.
Comparing and Contrasting Use to show similarities and differences between two things (people, places, events, ideas, etc.). Key frame question: What things are being compared? How are they similar? How are they different? (NCREL, 6988) See: Synectics , Venn Diagram , Questions , PMI , T-Chart, Ranking , & KWLH
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