Graphic Organizer U4 L2 eResearch Proposal Discussion Directions.odt - Graphic Organizer Unit 4 Lesson 2 e-portfolio Discussion Directions Discussion

Graphic Organizer U4 L2 eResearch Proposal Discussion Directions.odt

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Graphic Organizer - Unit 4 Lesson 2 e-portfolio Discussion Directions Discussion Rubric 5/5 points 3 points : [After choosing one country from the required list below] your Discussion names that country’s cultural aspect (your topic), then it lists 3 research questions about the cultural aspect. 2 points : Thoughtfully comment on two or more other posts. Step 1 Read the list of required countries: Turkey, Armenia, Iraq, India, Sri Lanka Choose one: Turkey Step 2 Read this list of cultural aspects: political system, religion, ethnicities, popular sports, music, art, architecture, education, food Choose one: Music Step 3 Write 3 Research Questions: Use the graphic organizer below to help create your 3 research questions about the cultural aspect. Then, go to the Discussion to complete the assessment.
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Unformatted text preview: My Topic is the religion of turkey What musical instrument are used in turkey music? • The musical instruments used by turks are of tree main groups: stringed, wind and percussion instruments. What is the music history of turkey music? • Classical Turkish music began as the music of the Ottoman court, and in an empire composed of a patchwork of cultures, the top composers were Greeks, Armenians, and Jews. Turkish classical music has its origins in the Persian and Arabic traditions, and eventually, the music of the Mevlevi became a major source as well. What are the most popular genre of turkey music? • Classical turkish music • Polyphonic turkish music • Pop, Rock, And jazz...
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