A public education rapid transit system

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"Sub-Culture/Counter-Culture" Screencastify Presentation -  Research Assignment


You will produce a Screencastify presentation for your ​Sub-culture research assignment.


  1. Select a Sub-culture to investigate
  2. Create a Screencastify presentation to graphically present a Sub-Culture or Counter Culture of your choice.
  3. Grading specifics are included in the rubric


Unit 2: Culture and Social Structure

SSSocC2: Evolution of Culture​

  • a. Explain cultural change and diversity include ethnocentrism, cultural relevance, folk culture, pop culture, counterculture, subculture, and culture shock.
  • b. Analyze the impact of globalization on US and other world cultures.​

Ethnocentrism

and Cross-Cultural marriage

a. Explain cultural change and diversity include ethnocentrism, cultural relevance, folk culture, pop culture, counterculture, subculture, and culture shock.

3rd Rock from the Sun

Season 2 Episode 10 -

"Gobble, Gobble, Dick, Dick"

Questions for students:               

  1. In what way does this episode present cultural differences or diversity? Why?
  2. How do they parody Thanksgiving tradition? Give examples.
  3. Can you think of a show that presents cultural differences?

Conduct a Random act of Kindness


Questions for students:               

  1. Write a paragraph detailing how the recipient acted to your RAOK.
  2. Write a paragraph explaining how you felt after your RAOK.
  3. Do you think RAOK would have a major impact on the Decline of Civility in society? Why or Why not?

Out of this World

Cultures

​b. Analyze the impact of globalization on US and other world cultures.

 

An Exercise on Ethnocentrism