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The Built Environment: Sociological analysis of youth’s perceptions of what their world is and could be.

 
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發表者姓名 Regina Maspero
適用組別 社會組
教案主題 The Built Environment: Sociological analysis of youth’s perceptions of what their world is and could be.
知識分類 環境概念知識
內容類型 文化保存
實施方法 課程
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教學目的 To determine what youth think about the environment they live in. More specifically, to get a visual reality of how youth picture the world the live in currently and the world that they would create if they had the resources.
教學內容 Action 1: Give students a Manila paper and ask students to utilize the sheet and other creative supplies to draw or write on the page what their neighborhood looks like currently. They can choose to get specific to their house, street, school, or they may envision their space in relation to a wider area such as a city or town. Give students about 30 minutes to work on this. What neighborhood do you live in? Action 2: While students are working every few minutes ask a prompt question and have either adult or youth sit in different locations throughout the room to record any responses that students state out loud in response to the prompts. 1. What school do you go to? Are their stores, restaurants, or other buildings near your home? 2. Can you see any natural areas from where you live (ex. Mountains, wooded area, a creek, or a river?) 3. Do you think there is enough green space in San Antonio, Texas? 4. Do some neighborhoods not have as much green space as others? Why or why not? 5. Do you live in an n area with a lot of green space? Why or why not? 6. If you do not live close to a natural area where do you go to enjoy the outdoors? 7. How often do you go out into nature? Action 3: Give each student a piece of construction or Manila paper, let them know that the shape of the paper represents one acre of land. Ask students to determine for you what one acre of land looks like in relation to other items. (Ex. Is there school on just 1 acre, is their house on 1 acre, etc.) Remind students that one acre looks almost as big as a football field. You may also scale an acre in the space you are currently using for this activity. Ask students to draw or write on the page and reflect on what their world would like if they had an unlimited amount of resources (ex. Volunteers to help, seeds, capital, all their family in one place) you may want to ask students to create for you a space that provides for all their needs. You can utilize prompts while students are working including: 1. Where will you live? 2. Who will live with you? 3. What type of weather will you have? 4. Can you see natural areas? (Ex. mountain range, hill country, wooded area, a creek, or a river?) 5. How will you eat? 6. Where or how will you get clothing? 7. Is there anything you can’t live without? What is it and why? 8. Where will you work? 9. Where will your children grow up?
參考網址 http://www.eecapacity.net/sites/default/files/resources/files/2011%20Urban%20EE%20Lessons_0.pdf
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更新日期:2016/05/10
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