Geography Corner: Teachers’ Notes

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This series of four books introduces children to key concepts in geography. They can be used for geography work, such as investigating features of the landscape and for local study. These books can also be used for literacy work, as they feature many examples of report text including.

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Sociology 163Tonnies:A. Social status from ascription to achievementB. Increasing individualismC. Sacred communal to secular II. How people experience the city depends on large and social variablesA. The cosmopolites: generations of urban experiences, they have the resources/civic behaviorsB. The singles:C. The ethnic villages:D. The deprived:E. The trapped:I. Studies on the Persistence of Kin TiesA. Evidence that the urban family is not weak and isolated.B. Flannagan: many families maintain fairly strong emotional ties with their kin, spend leisure time with kin, and offer assistance.1. Child care, care of elderly parents, financial help2. Some urban famililes maintain close family relations and other do not. The differences reflect things such as social class, ethnicity, religion, region, not urban life per se.II. Studies on Neighborhoods and NeighboringA. Contrary to the classical view, another important source of informal and personal social relationship is the neighborhood. At the most casual level, this involves simple neighboring. People know each other, provide modest mutual assistance, and may get together socially.Neighboring interaction

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