Friday, September 21, 2012

Ingredients of Culture - Pictures

So, the students created some visual representations of the ingredients of culture for homework last night.

I thought you all might like to see a couple.

I will say I was bummed out because several students with really awesome pictures didn't turn in their work because they weren't finished.  Oh well.  As a college prof. of mine always used to say, "Perfection is the enemy of done."

(Also, I generally don't grade for spelling.  So, if you notice spelling errors - just ignore them.)

Click on the pictures to enlarge them.

To get the extra credit, discuss the pictures with an adult.  Tell which one is your favorite and why.  Explain what you think they are trying to show - and how it comes across.  Discuss ingredients, and how each one of these goes into making a culture.

When you are finished, describe your favorite picture on a sheet of scrap paper.  Have the adult you read the blog with sign the paper.  Turn it in on Monday.

Have a great weekend.


  1. All are great pictures, I like the unity of the people, all holding hands and having piece through out the world. The family values are always very important and religion is key to bringing so many of these values together.

    Great job

  2. this time i wont put it in caps but i really liked the pitchers that u chossed they where really good pitchers -from?/preson in your 6th hour class :)

  3. Hello Mr.Habecker I really love the pictures that you have chosen my favorite is the one that says "Hard Work" in the values because I do work hard every day have a nice evening!