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UT.II. Community and Culture: Students will understand cultural factors that shape a community.
II.B. All people exist within cultures, or the way of life of a group of people. All human communities have cultural attributes. These attributes change over time in response to changes in the world around them. Indigenous cultures in North and South America demonstrate these attributes, and teachers are encouraged to select examples from these rich cultural traditions.
II.1: Evaluate key factors that determine how a community develops.
II.1.f. Explain changes within communities caused by human inventions (e.g. steel plow, internal combustion engine, television, computer).
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