Guiding thought Question: What is the federally recognize name of the native community you're doing your study on? How do members of the community refer to themselves? Why is it so important to use the correct terminology when referring to a group of people?
Guiding Inquiry: How can we use the examples set by unique cultural groups to better understand larger global issues?
Today's Learning Objective: Students will be able to explain the different components of culture and how membership in different cultural groups can affect the beliefs and values of individuals towards the environment by conducting a case-study examination of a particular indigenous community to see how their concerns, beliefs, and values towards the environment differ than the concerns, beliefs, and values of popular culture in the United States.
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