Three Kingdoms Period Of Korea Outline

  1. Introduction
  2.            Please introduce your topic here
  3. History
  4.  Transition into history sentence:
  5.            Topic Sentence:
  6.            This is a brief history of your topic
  7. Cultural Context ( these are separate sections) 
  8.  Represented in the U.S
  9.  Transition into Represented in the US sentence:
  10. Topic Sentence:
  11.                       This would be current art, food, dance, architecture, writing, laws, etc.
  12.  Individualistic/Collective
  13.  Transition into individualistic/collective sentence:
  14. Topic Sentence:
  15. Individualistic -identifies primarily with self, with the needs of the individual being satisfied before those of the group.  Collective- One’s identity is, in large part, a function of one’s membership and role in a group, e.g., the family or work team.
  16.  Artistic
  17.  Transition into an artistic sentence:
  18. Topic Sentence:
  19. Art, music, architecture, dance-contributions of your culture?
  20.  Values
  21.  Transition into values sentence:
  22. Topic Sentence:
  23. What are some values of your culture? Provide at least three examples
  24.  Religion
  25.  Transition into religion sentence:
  26. Topic Sentence:
  27. Discuss your culture’s religion(s)? Include the name and basic belief system of at least one of the major faiths
  28. Sex and Gender Roles
  29.  Transition into sex and gender roles sentence:
  30. Topic Sentence:
  31. What are some of the sex and gender role differences in your culture? Provide at least three examples
  32. Acculturation
  33.  Transition into Acculturation sentence:
  34. Topic Sentence:
  35. Discuss what we would need to know to acculturate ( to assimilate ) into your culture (if a past one, what would we need to do for preparing for our time machine to fit in). Provide at least one concrete suggestion
  36. Conclusion
  37. Wrap up your Paper here
  38. References

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