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Program God Grew Tired of Us

  • In this video, a 7th grade social studies class uses video clips from the documentary God Grew Tired of Us and the National Geographic Education activity "Cultural Identity of the Lost Boys" to explore the concepts of culture and identity. Through active viewing and classroom discussion, students gain new understanding and appreciation for others' cultures as well as their own.

     

    As part of National Geographic Education’s mission to improve geography education and increase geo-literacy, this video is one in a series of three professional development videos offers an in-depth look at progressive and effective classroom teaching strategies and content. Focusing on areas such as media literacy and implementation, geographic concepts, and meaningful integration of technology, National Geographic Education produces broadcast-quality pictures of practice to give teachers useful knowledge and ideas to improve their own educational practice. By partnering with the Teaching Channel for production and distribution, we draw on the strengths of each organization to create exceptional resources that exemplify pedagogical best practices and the highest production values.

  • Term Part of Speech Definition Encyclopedic Entry
    civil war Noun

    conflict between groups in the same country or nation.

    cultural identity Noun

    the way a person views themselves in relation to the learned characteristics and behaviors of a group or community.

    culture Noun

    learned behavior of people, including their languages, belief systems, social structures, institutions, and material goods.

    human migration Noun

    the movement of people from one place to another.

    pull factor Noun

    force that draws people to immigrate to a place.

    push factor Noun

    force that drives people away from a place.

    refugee Noun

    person who flees their home, usually due to natural disaster or political upheaval.

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