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A history of our movement why do we move and how do things change when we move

A HISTORY OF OUR MOVEMENT:Why do we move, and how do things change when we move?

WG.1.A Analyze the effects of physical and human geographic patterns and processes on the past and describe their impact on the present, INCLUDING significant physical features and environmental conditions that influenced migration patterns and shaped the distribution of culture groups today

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SOCIAL STUDIES INSTRUCTIONAL TEAM


Which words are you familiar with and which do you not yet know

Which words are you familiar with, and which do you not yet know?


What impacts migration

What impacts migration?

  • Are there barriers?

  • Is where we’re going better than where we are?

  • Can we survive the new dangers?

  • Can we thrive with the new resources?


Some but not all modern migration patterns

SOME (but not all) MODERN MIGRATION PATTERNS


Migration on the move would you brave this a to get that b

MIGRATION: ON THE MOVE!Would you brave this ___A___ to get that ____B_____?

  • What ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS makes a person willing to brave A to get to B?

A

B


Migration on the move would you brave this a to get that b1

MIGRATION: ON THE MOVE!Would you brave this ___A___ to get that ____B_____?

  • What ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS makes a person willing to brave A to get to B?

A

B


Geography effects migration

GEOGRAPHY EFFECTS MIGRATION!

  • If I’m dealing with A, what do I want from B?


Geography effects migration1

GEOGRAPHY EFFECTS MIGRATION!

  • If I’m dealing with A, what do I want from B?


Let s see what we know which are you ready to answer and which do you need a peek

How does the Sahara influence migration patterns in Africa?

A The Sahara attracts farmers and herders.

B The Sahara has little influence on migration patterns today.

C The Sahara is gaining new businesses to exploit natural resources.

D The Sahara limits much migration between northern and southern Africa.

Which geographic factor has been most influential in the pattern of human settlement in the Middle East and North Africa?

F fertile soil

G cool climate

H water resources

J natural resources

Let’s see what we know…Which are you ready to answer, and which do you need a peek?


When people move how do they change the place

When people move, how do they change the place?

  • The English and Dutch moved to the North America.

  • Why? Colonization for profit, establish trade, produce raw materials.

  • How did they change the place?

http://people.hofstra.edu/geotrans/eng/ch7en/conc7en/map_worldmigration.html


When people move how do they change the place1

When people move, how do they change the place?

  • Puritans and other English settlers moved to the Massachusetts Area in the 1600s.

  • John Harvard, who died at 31, bequeathed his fortune to begin a center for learning.

  • Harvard University is still in operation and is among the most renowned colleges in America.

  • How did John Harvard change the place?


When people move how do they change the place2

When people move, how do they change the place?

  • The Spanish moved to Latin America.

  • Why? Gold, colonization, and to convert Native Americans.

  • How did they change the place?

http://people.hofstra.edu/geotrans/eng/ch7en/conc7en/map_worldmigration.html


When people move how do they change the place3

When people move, how do they change the place?

  • Members of the Boudreaux family moved from France to Acadia in the 1600s. Later, the family moved to New Orleans.

  • Why? Opportunity for land, trade, adventure.

  • How did they change the place?

http://www.himandus.net/hofh/hepburn/boudreaux/_boudreaux.html


Let s see what we know which are you ready to answer and which do you need a peek1

In Latin America, all of the following aspects of culture were partially adapted from the Spanish EXCEPT:

F language

G religion

H education

J caste system

In New Orleans, all of the following aspects of culture were partially adapted from the French EXCEPT:

F language

G religion

H education

J caste system

Let’s see what we know…Which are you ready to answer, and which do you need a peek?


Talk to each other and then talk to me

Talk to each other, and then talk to me…

  • WG.1.A Analyze the effects of physical and human geographic patterns and processes on the past and describe their impact on the present, INCLUDING significant physical features and environmental conditions that influenced migration patterns and shaped the distribution of culture groups today.

  • Why do we move, and how do things change when we move?

  • Use the word wall words to answer.


Resources

Resources

  • http://score.rims.k12.ca.us/activity/foot_to_flight/pages/walkingroom1.html

  • http://library.thinkquest.org/26026/World_Outlook/africa_-_major_water_problems.html

  • http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/big-idea/02/queens-genes

  • http://www.lewishistoricalsociety.com/wiki/tiki-print_article.php?articleId=37

  • http://geopolicraticus.wordpress.com/2010/09/05/humanity-as-one/

  • http://people.hofstra.edu/geotrans/eng/ch7en/conc7en/map_worldmigration.html


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