4W ppt: Single Quote -Sumer (Mesopotamia)

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*Four Worlds of HistoryMaterials developed by or through CALIS are made available online via a database that serves as a digital file cabinet of teaching resources. The Activities Database is a free resource in support of teachers, students, and curriculum reform. When teachers or other CALIS partners write, adapt, or collaborate on materials—they are cited. The source information includes their affiliated schools or organizations. As others download and further adapt these materials—all credit and source lines, for teachers as well of for USC CALIS, should remain in tact as the original source. Teresa Hudock, Director, CALIS 213-740-7794 or calis@usc.edu usc.edu/calisFirst, thank you for opening this powerpoint and considering using it! Attention all recipients of this file:Whether the file was sent to you directly from Teresa or relayed by a colleague, CALIS and USC rely on your professionalism for proper credits and sourcing:Initial Launch: July 6, 2016 This Edition: Jan 23, 2017 Slide Count: 15This file was first created for a partnership with Hawthorne School District, 2016-2017.Slides that refer directly to items on the CALIS Activities Database have the item referenced.Special revisions for Hawthorne School District’s Instructional Leadership Team for integrating History-Social Science and English Language Arts

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*Four Worlds: 4W AnalysisQuote ActivityInference ExerciseIdentify Factors & Trace Dynamics

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*Political WorldEconomic WorldSocial WorldOrganize information from the quote into a 4W analysis chart.Cultural WorldIntro activity on CALIS Activities Database:*4W analysisInference Exercise: Identify factors and trace dynamics Students should refer to “the factor sheet” – 4W reference sheet 10.0 - Four Worlds of History: Social Science Factors

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*Political WorldEconomic WorldSocial World“A social structure includes different jobs and social levels. People at higher levels have greater status than others… Archeologists have found evidence that several classes of people lived in Sumer.”4W analysisQuote found in History Alive! The Ancient World, TCI, 2004 *Chapter 5: Was Ancient Sumer a Civilization? – page 44 Cultural WorldProceed to Step 1.Example #1Inference Exercise: Identify factors and trace dynamics

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*Political WorldEconomic WorldSocial World“A social structure includes different jobs and social levels. People at higher levels have greater status than others… Archeologists have found evidence that several classes of people lived in Sumer.”4W analysis*Cultural WorldPlace each highlighted term in the world where it belongs.social structuredifferent jobssocial levelsstatusseveral classes1Inference Exercise: Identify factors and trace dynamics

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*Political WorldEconomic WorldSocial World“A social structure includes different jobs and social levels. People at higher levels have greater status than others… Archeologists have found evidence that several classes of people lived in Sumer.”4W analysis*Cultural WorldAfter organizing highlighted terms, identify 4W factors.social structuredifferent jobssocial levelsstatusseveral classessocial structuredifferent jobssocial levelsstatusseveral classes4W factors2Inference Exercise: Identify factors and trace dynamics

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*Political WorldEconomic WorldSocial World“A social structure includes different jobs and social levels. People at higher levels have greater status than others… Archeologists have found evidence that several classes of people lived in Sumer.”4W analysis*Cultural WorldWhich other factors are similar to “different jobs”?social structuredifferent jobssocial levelsstatusseveral classesdifferentfactorsjobs34W factorsInference Exercise: Identify factors and trace dynamics social structuresocial levelsstatusseveralrolesclassesdivision of laborspecialization

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*Political WorldEconomic WorldSocial World“A social structure includes different jobs and social levels. People at higher levels have greater status than others… Archeologists have found evidence that several classes of people lived in Sumer.”4W analysis*Cultural WorldWhat is the direction of the relationship (an arrow)social structuredifferent jobssocial levelsstatusseveral classesdifferentjobs4division of laborspecializationbetween the factors in these two worlds?factorsrelationship4W factorsInference Exercise: Identify factors and trace dynamics social structuresocial levelsstatusseveralrolesclasses

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*Political WorldEconomic WorldSocial World“A social structure includes different jobs and social levels. People at higher levels have greater status than others… Archeologists have found evidence that several classes of people lived in Sumer.”4W analysis*Cultural WorldWhat is the relationship?social structuredifferent jobssocial levelsstatusseveral classesdifferentjobs5division of laborspecializationWhat is the verb for this relationship?relationshipLabel the arrow!4W factorsInference Exercise: Identify factors and trace dynamics Different jobs create different social classes.social structuresocial levelsstatusseveralrolesclasses

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*Political WorldEconomic WorldSocial World“A social structure includes different jobs and social levels. People at higher levels have greater status than others… Archeologists have found evidence that several classes of people lived in Sumer.”4W analysis*Cultural Worldsocial structuredifferent jobssocial levelsstatusseveral classesdifferentjobs6Starting over 5000 years ago, this relationship between jobs and classes is the same today.From ancient society to modern society, this relationship between factors is a dynamic of society that still exists.Using a 4W analysis, we can identify factors and trace dynamics of any issue in society in order to be more critical thinkers about policy and personal decisions.What is the significance?significance4W factorsInference Exercise: Identify factors and trace dynamics division of laborspecializationDivision of labor creates different social classes.social structuresocial levelsstatusseveralrolesclasses

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*6.2a - c) Inference Exercise - Sumer: Rise of City-StatesHave fun reviewing with this line-up activity!The inaugural “placard process” at Mulholland Middle School, LAUSD

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*6.2a - c) Inference Exercise - Sumer: Changes in Daily LifeCALIS Activities Database:Are they hiding in plain sight? Can you hear them, see them?How many social science factors can you find in historical fiction?4W Themes: Book List for Four Worlds of Literature

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*The Power of Words “Anyone who writes down to children is simply wasting his time. You have to write up, not down. Children are demanding. They are the most attentive, curious, eager, sensitive, quick and generally congenial readers on earth. They accept, almost without question, anything you present them with, as long as it is presented honestly, fearlessly and clearly. Some writers for children deliberately avoid using words they think a child doesn’t know. This emasculates the prose and, I suspect, bores the reader. Children are game for anything. I throw them hard words, and they backhand them over the net. They love words that give them a hard time, provided they are in a context that absorbs their attention.”In the spirit of E.B. White: E.B. White, American Writer, 1899–1985Targeting a Rich VocabularyFor a context that builds students’ appreciation & skill with the power of words, please enjoyOration: language arts at its best

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*Four Worlds │ 4W Analysis a project of the Center for Active Learning in International Studies UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Four Worlds analytical framework developed by Steven Lamy, Professor of International Relations, USC Four Worlds of social science factors adapted by Teresa Hudock, Director, and Sandy Line, Associate CALIS, USC

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*Four Worlds │ 4W Analysis Center for Active Learning in International Studies School of International Relations UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIAFor more information, contact: Teresa Hudock calis@usc.edu 213-740-7794Classroom materials are available free online atdornsife.usc.edu/calis

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