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Announcements B3 November 5th. Late Assignments: none. Assignments Due Today: Read Chapter 5 Section 2 Announcements: none. Who lives in a better place?. Get together with another partnership. Together you will discuss and answer the following questions.

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Announcements b3 november 5th

Announcements B3 November 5th

Late Assignments: none.

Assignments Due Today: Read Chapter 5 Section 2

Announcements: none.


Who lives in a better place

Who lives in a better place?

  • Get together with another partnership.

  • Together you will discuss and answer the following questions.

    • Which natural disasters are likely to happen in your locations (fires, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, droughts, famine, etc.)?

    • Which location is better equipped to deal with these natural disasters, or is less likely to have the natural disasters?

  • While discussing, have one group member act as scribe. The scribe will write down the pros and cons of living in each location (this should fill ½ a page).

  • The group will decide which location is superior when it comes to natural disasters.


Who lives in a better place1

Who lives in a better place?

  • Now you will discuss and answer the following questions.

    • Which location has a climate more easily adaptable for humans? Is it easier or less expensive to live in your location than the other one? Which location is more hospitable?

  • The scribe will write down the pros and cons of living in each location (should be ½ page).

  • The group will decide which location is better when it comes to hospitability.


Peer evaluation

Peer Evaluation

  • On the piece of paper I handed to you, you will write a score, out of 10 points grading each of the members of your group.

  • Give them a grade based on how much he or she contributed to group discussion, cooperated and stayed on task.

  • Do not show your group members how you scored them.


Announcements a 3 november 8th

Announcements A3 November 8th

Late Assignments: Where Would You Live?

Assignments Due Today: Read Chapter 6 Section 3

Announcements: State/Province Presentation Due Nov. 14th ,Unit Test Nov 16th.


Current events

Current Events

  • Summarize

    • How does it connect to one of the 5 themes of Geography?

    • How does it connect to what we are currently learning in geography?

  • Students will take down notes on the current events.

    • What is the event?

    • How is it connected to what we are learning in Geography?


Culture lifestyles in canada the us

Culture & Lifestyles in Canada & the US

  • As “nations of immigrants” the US & Canada are a blend of many people with diverse perspectives and experiences that are shaped by their unique cultural values.


Nation of immigrants

“Nation of Immigrants”

  • “Store Owners [on Third Avenue] are often Asian. Corner groceries are run by families from the Dominican Republic…Arabs operate the candy stores…Koreans run vegetable stands…[Near 118th Street] Robert Kosches finished talking in Spanish to a young couple…’My grandfather, who came from Austria, started this [furniture] business,’ he said, switching to English…”---Jere Van Dyk, “Growing Up in East Harlem”


Diversity in our communities

Diversity in Our Communities

  • Diversity surrounds us everywhere.

    • Thai restaurant down my street.

    • A family displays a Swiss flag in the window of their home.

    • A “R U LDS 2?” bumper sticker on neighbors’ cars

    • A Greek Orthodox church.

    • Billboards in Spanish.

    • Scottish Festival.

  • Identify examples of cultural diversity that exist in your community.

  • Think about different languages, religions, and ethnic foods.

  • List 12 examples.

  • Video Clip


In review

In Review

Late Assignments: Where Would You Live?

Assignments Due: none.

Announcements: State/Province Presentations due Nov. 14th, Unit test Nov. 16th.

Homework: Chapter 6 worksheets.


Announcements b3 november 9th

Announcements B3 November 9th

Late Assignments: Where Would You Live?

Assignments Due Today: Read Chapter 6 Section 3

Announcements: State/Province Presentation Due Nov. 15th, Unit Test Nov 19th.


Current events1

Current Events

  • Summarize

    • How does it connect to one of the 5 themes of Geography?

    • How does it connect to what we are currently learning in geography?

  • Students will take down notes on the current events.

    • What is the event?

    • How is it connected to what we are learning in Geography?


Culture lifestyles in canada the us1

Culture & Lifestyles in Canada & the US

  • As “nations of immigrants” the US & Canada are a blend of many people with diverse perspectives and experiences that are shaped by their unique cultural values.


Nation of immigrants1

“Nation of Immigrants”

  • “Store Owners [on Third Avenue] are often Asian. Corner groceries are run by families from the Dominican Republic…Arabs operate the candy stores…Koreans run vegetable stands…[Near 118th Street] Robert Kosches finished talking in Spanish to a young couple…’My grandfather, who came from Austria, started this [furniture] business,’ he said, switching to English…”---Jere Van Dyk, “Growing Up in East Harlem”


Diversity in our communities1

Diversity in Our Communities

  • Diversity surrounds us everywhere.

    • Thai restaurant down my street.

    • A family displays a Swiss flag in the window of their home.

    • A “R U LDS 2?” bumper sticker on neighbors’ cars

    • A Greek Orthodox church.

    • Billboards in Spanish.

    • Scottish Festival.

  • Identify examples of cultural diversity that exist in your community.

  • Think about different languages, religions, and ethnic foods.

  • List 12 examples.

  • Video Clip


In review1

In Review

Late Assignments: Where Would You Live?

Assignments Due: none.

Announcements: State/Province Presentations due Nov. 14th, Unit test Nov. 16th.

Homework: Chapter 6 worksheets.


Warm up chapter 9 section 1

Warm-up Chapter 9 Section 1

  • Why is Latin American considered a region?

  • Who were the 3 great civilizations of Latin America before European settlers came?

  • In migrating north, where do most Latin American immigrants move?

  • What is the process called where lack of farming land drives people to migrate to the city?


Announcements a 3 november 28th

Announcements A3 November 28th

Late Assignments: state/province presentations

Assignments Due Today: Read Chapter 9 Section 1

Announcements: Latin American Geography Quiz Dec. 3rd.


Dominican republic

Dominican Republic


Population patterns

Population Patterns

  • Human Characteristics: 539 million in 33 countries

    • A blending of Peoples

      • Indigenous

      • Mayan, Aztec, Inca

      • Spanish & Portuguese Explorers

    • Language

      • Spanish is primary language

      • Dialects (patois)

      • Native Languages


Population patterns1

Population Patterns

  • Where Latin Americans Live: 800 million by 2050

    • South America’s Populated Rim

      • Rain forests, deserts & mountains in the interior

      • Most live on the coast

      • Indigenous peoples

      • Brasilia

    • Population Density

      • 30, 000 people per square mile (Mexico City)


Population patterns2

Population Patterns

  • Migration

    • Migrating North

      • United States (CA, NY, IL, FL)

    • Internal Migration

      • Urbanization

  • Growth of cities

    • Urban Setting

      • Megacities (Mexico City, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires)

      • Primate cities: dominate country’s economy (Caracas, Venezuela; Santiago, Chile; Havan, Cuba)

    • Urban Challenges

      • Migrate to city for better life

      • Increased people on Welfare

      • Families split apart (jobless, homeless, orphans)


Warm up chapter 9 section 11

Warm-up Chapter 9 Section 1

  • Why is Latin American considered a region?

  • Who were the 3 great civilizations of Latin America before European settlers came?

  • In migrating north, where do most Latin American immigrants move?

  • What is the process called where lack of farming land drives people to migrate to the city?


Announcements b 3 november 29th

Announcements B3 November 29th

Late Assignments: state/province presentations

Assignments Due Today: Read Chapter 9 Section 1

Announcements: Latin American Geography Quiz Dec. 5th.


Dominican republic1

Dominican Republic


Population patterns3

Population Patterns

  • Human Characteristics: 539 million in 33 countries

    • A blending of Peoples

      • Indigenous

      • Mayan, Aztec, Inca

      • Spanish & Portuguese Explorers

    • Language

      • Spanish is primary language

      • Dialects (patois)

      • Native Languages


Population patterns4

Population Patterns

  • Where Latin Americans Live: 800 million by 2050

    • South America’s Populated Rim

      • Rain forests, deserts & mountains in the interior

      • Most live on the coast

      • Indigenous peoples

      • Brasilia

    • Population Density

      • 30, 000 people per square mile (Mexico City)


Population patterns5

Population Patterns

  • Migration

    • Migrating North

      • United States (CA, NY, IL, FL)

    • Internal Migration

      • Urbanization

  • Growth of cities

    • Urban Setting

      • Megacities (Mexico City, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires)

      • Primate cities: dominate country’s economy (Caracas, Venezuela; Santiago, Chile; Havan, Cuba)

    • Urban Challenges

      • Migrate to city for better life

      • Increased people on Welfare

      • Families split apart (jobless, homeless, orphans)


Reviewing expectations

Reviewing Expectations

  • Start of Class:

    • In seat before bell rings, quietly working on your warm-up. This means you have paper out and you are answering the questions.

    • If there is no warm-up, study from your textbook for the reading quiz.

  • Warm-ups:

    • You may be called on to answer any of the questions, so be sure you know the answer. Use your notes, the textbook or quietly discuss it with your neighbor if you need help answering questions.


Reviewing expectations1

Reviewing Expectations

  • Instruction/Lecture/Video Clips

    • Taking notes quietly without talking with your neighbor.

    • Raise your hand if you have a comment or question (unless directed otherwise).

    • Be engaged with the class and do whatever assignment or activity we are doing.

    • At any time, you may be called on to answer a question about something we just discussed.

  • In class projects/assignments

    • As long as you are working, you may talk quietly with your neighbors.

    • Stay in your assigned seats (unless directed otherwise).


Reviewing expectations2

Reviewing Expectations

  • Other odds and ends

    • When using markers or colored pencils, be sure to neatly return them to their boxes.

    • Before leaving class, make sure your desks are straightened and you have picked up any loose paper or trash near your desk.

    • Stay positive and find ways to build each other up.

    • If you are absent:

      • Check the class website

      • Get notes from a classmate

      • Talk with Mr. Pierce to make-up missed assignments/quizzes.


Warm up

Warm-up

  • Which Native American civilization settled in Central Mexico? South America? On the Yucatan Peninsula?

  • Name 3 foods grown in the Americas that became worldwide favorites.

  • What is the name for a royally appointed official in Latin American territories?

  • Who won freedom for the present-day countries of Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia?


Announcements a 3 december 4th

Announcements A3 December 4th

Late Assignments: state/province presentations

Assignments Due Today: Read Chapter 9 Section 3

Announcements: Latin American Geography Quiz Today!


Current events2

Current Events

  • Summarize

    • How does it connect to one of the 5 themes of Geography?

    • How does it connect to what we are currently learning in geography?

  • Students will take down notes on the current events.

    • What is the event?

    • How is it connected to what we are learning in Geography?


Geography quiz

Geography Quiz

  • Antigua & Barbuda

  • Argentina

  • Barbados

  • Belize

  • Bolivia

  • Brazil

  • Chile

  • Colombia

  • Costa Rica

  • Cuba

  • Dominica

  • Dominican Republic

  • Ecuador

  • El Salvador

  • French Guiana

  • Grenada

  • Guatemala

  • Guyana

  • Haiti

  • Honduras

  • Jamaica

  • Mexico

  • Nicaragua

  • Panama

  • Paraguay

  • Peru

  • Puerto Rico

  • St. Kitts & Nevis

  • St. Lucia

  • St. Vincent & The Grenadines

  • Suriname

  • Trinidad and Tobago

  • Uruguay

  • Venezuela

  • Virgin Islands.


Warm up ch 9 sec 2

Warm-up Ch. 9 Sec. 2

  • Which Native American civilization settled in Central Mexico? South America? On the Yucatan Peninsula?

  • Name 3 foods grown in the Americas that became worldwide favorites.

  • What is the name for a royally appointed official in Latin American territories?

  • Who won freedom for the present-day countries of Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia?


Announcements b 3 december 5th

Announcements B3 December 5th

Late Assignments: state/province presentations

Assignments Due Today: Read Chapter 9 Section 3

Announcements: Latin American Geography Quiz Today!


Geography quiz1

Geography Quiz

  • Antigua & Barbuda

  • Argentina

  • Barbados

  • Belize

  • Bolivia

  • Brazil

  • Chile

  • Colombia

  • Costa Rica

  • Cuba

  • Dominica

  • Dominican Republic

  • Ecuador

  • El Salvador

  • French Guiana

  • Grenada

  • Guatemala

  • Guyana

  • Haiti

  • Honduras

  • Jamaica

  • Mexico

  • Nicaragua

  • Panama

  • Paraguay

  • Peru

  • Puerto Rico

  • St. Kitts & Nevis

  • St. Lucia

  • St. Vincent & The Grenadines

  • Suriname

  • Trinidad and Tobago

  • Uruguay

  • Venezuela

  • Virgin Islands.


Warm up ch 10 sec 1

Warm-up Ch. 10 Sec. 1

Using Chapter 10 Sec. 1 answer the following questions.

  • What is the difference between a campesino and a latifundia?

  • What agreement has boosted Mexico’s economy and created jobs?

  • Which hurricane devastated the banana crops in Honduras?

  • What is a developing country?


Warm up1

Warm-up

Use chapter 9 to answer the following questions.

  • What is a governing official appointed by the king during Spanish colonial rule of Latin America called?

  • What is syncretism?

  • What is the difference between a glyph and a mural?

  • What are chinampas?

  • Which was the first Latin American country to gain independence?

  • Who was Diego Rivera?


Announcements a 3 december 10th

Announcements A3 December 10th

Late Assignments: state/province presentations

Assignments Due Today: none.

Announcements: Latin American Geography Quiz Retakes, Respect in the Classroom


Objective

Objective

SWBAT choose an aspect of Latin American culture in and prepare to present on it in order to appreciate Latin American culture.


Current events3

Current Events

  • Summarize

    • How does it connect to one of the 5 themes of Geography?

    • How does it connect to what we are currently learning in geography?

  • Students will take down notes on the current events.

    • What is the event?

    • How is it connected to what we are learning in Geography?


Latin american cultures

Latin American Cultures

  • What is culture? It refers to the beliefs, customs, values, practices and rituals shared by a group of people.

  • You will give a 2-4 minute presentation on an aspect of Latin American culture.

  • This will be worth 50 points.

  • We will be working on this during the next 2 classes.


Warm up2

Warm-up

Use chapter 9 to answer the following questions.

  • What is a governing official appointed by the king during Spanish colonial rule of Latin America called?

  • What is syncretism?

  • What is the difference between a glyph and a mural?

  • What are chinampas?

  • Which was the first Latin American country to gain independence?

  • Who was Diego Rivera?


Announcements b 3 december 11th

Announcements B3 December 11th

Late Assignments: state/province presentations

Assignments Due Today: none.

Announcements: Latin American Geography Quiz Retakes, Respect in the Classroom


Objective1

Objective

SWBAT choose an aspect of Latin American culture in and prepare to present on it in order to appreciate Latin American culture.


Current events4

Current Events

  • Summarize

    • How does it connect to one of the 5 themes of Geography?

    • How does it connect to what we are currently learning in geography?

  • Students will take down notes on the current events.

    • What is the event?

    • How is it connected to what we are learning in Geography?


Latin american cultures1

Latin American Cultures

  • What is culture? It refers to the beliefs, customs, values, practices and rituals shared by a group of people.

  • You will give a 2-4 minute presentation on an aspect of Latin American culture.

  • This will be worth 50 points.

  • We will be working on this during the next 2 classes.


Warm up3

Warm-up

Use chapter 8 & 9 to answer the following questions.

  • What is a primate city?

  • Which areas of Latin America are most affected by volcanoes?

  • What are maquiladoras?

  • What is the altiplano?

  • What mountain range runs along the western edge of South America?

  • People in Latin America are primarily descendants of which 3 groups of people?


Announcements a 3 december 12th

Announcements A3 December 12th

Late Assignments: state/province presentations

Assignments Due Today: none.

Announcements: Latin American Geography Quiz Retakes, LA Presentations Friday.


Objective2

Objective

SWBAT choose an aspect of Latin American culture in and prepare to present on it in order to appreciate Latin American culture.


Current events5

Current Events

  • Summarize

    • How does it connect to one of the 5 themes of Geography?

    • How does it connect to what we are currently learning in geography?

  • Students will take down notes on the current events.

    • What is the event?

    • How is it connected to what we are learning in Geography?


Cultural presentation rubric

Cultural Presentation Rubric

Presentation is at least 2 minutes long and does not exceed 4 minutes.

0246810

Presentation provides sufficient clarity about the history and cultural significance of the topic.

0246810

Topic is narrowed to a unique aspect of a particular culture.

0246810

Shows evidence that great effort was put into research and the presentation.

0246810

Presentation includes a video clip, audio clip, image, or example of the selected topic.

0246810


Warm up4

Warm-up

Use chapter 8 & 9 to answer the following questions.

  • What is a primate city?

  • Which areas of Latin America are most affected by volcanoes?

  • What are maquiladoras?

  • What is the altiplano?

  • What mountain range runs along the western edge of South America?

  • People in Latin America are primarily descendants of which 3 groups of people?


Announcements b 3 december 13th

Announcements B3 December 13th

Late Assignments: state/province presentations

Assignments Due Today: none.

Announcements: Latin American Geography Quiz Retakes, LA Presentations Monday.


Objective3

Objective

SWBAT choose an aspect of Latin American culture in and prepare to present on it in order to appreciate Latin American culture.


Current events6

Current Events

  • Summarize

    • How does it connect to one of the 5 themes of Geography?

    • How does it connect to what we are currently learning in geography?

  • Students will take down notes on the current events.

    • What is the event?

    • How is it connected to what we are learning in Geography?


Cultural presentation rubric1

Cultural Presentation Rubric

Presentation is at least 2 minutes long and does not exceed 4 minutes.

0246810

Presentation provides sufficient clarity about the history and cultural significance of the topic.

0246810

Topic is narrowed to a unique aspect of a particular culture.

0246810

Shows evidence that great effort was put into research and the presentation.

0246810

Presentation includes a video clip, audio clip, image, or example of the selected topic.

0246810


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