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Build A Community

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Interactive: Build A Community

Compare and contrast transportation, housing and lifestyle differences with this hands-on artistic activity. The specific examples may have contradictions in your community. You can use them as a springboard to discuss what makes your own community unique

Student Application

Find out how our three types of communities-cities, suburbs and rural areas-are different for the people that work, live and play in them.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will know that a community is a place where people live, work, and play.
  2. Students will be able to identify the three types of communities discussed in the video. A city is a busy community made up of many different neighborhoods. A suburb is a community that surrounds a city. Suburbs tend to be more spacious and have a ...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Where do you live? Before viewing the video, ask the students where they think they live (do they live in a city, suburb, or rural community?). Have them supply reasons why they think the way they do. If the students have trouble, it's O.K. After viewing the video, ask the question again; they should have no problem labeling the type of comm...

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