Unit 2

In My Own Words...

Humans Migrate...

Humans migrate to various places all over the world for many different reasons. Some of those reasons may be environmental, economical, social or political.

Humans Create Cultural Mosaics....

A cultural mosaic is sort of like a "melting pot" because it is when multiple ethnic groups, languages, and cultures come together and co-exist with each other.

Humans Balance the Forces of Cooperation and Conflict Among Different Social Groups...

Humans control weather different social groups argue or get along. If Asia throws a bomb at North America, they would be in a conflict. But if Asia made a trade deal with North America, they would cooperate.

How the Real World Connects to...

Humans Migrate...

In the real world, I see people move to different parts of the world for many reasons. The most realistic reasons people move is for a job, financial problems, and to be closer to family.

Humans Create Cultural Mosaics...

I see people coming together from different cultural backgrounds every day. When I am at the mall or a restaurant, I see people from different countries and people who speak different languages almost all the time.

Humans Balance the Forces of Cooperation and Conflict Among Different Social Groups...

In the real world, the most common type of conflict among social groups I see is racism.

How My Life Connects to...

Humans Migrate...

My life connects to humans migrating because even my family migrated. In 2014, My mom and I moved to Tennessee because of money issues and we wanted to be closer to some family friends.

Humans Create Cultural Mosaics...

My life connects to a cultural mosaic because dozens of people from different cultural backgrounds live in Derry and even attend Pinkerton Academy.

Humans Balance the Forces of Cooperation and Conflict Among Different Social Groups...

Humans balancing the forces of cooperation and conflict among different social groups relates to my life because I do not judge by race or cultural differences. I believe no matter where you are from, we should all be treated equally.