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Monday, March 5, 2012. Grab a new Frank from the stool & check in Review for Africa Unit Test Homework : Africa Unit Test Study Guide Learning Target: I can discuss the material on the Africa Unit Test. Bellringer: Word Storm A-Z about Africa. Tuesday, March 6, 2012.

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monday march 5 2012
Monday, March 5, 2012
  • Grab a new Frank from the stool & check in
  • Review for Africa Unit Test
  • Homework: Africa Unit Test Study Guide
  • Learning Target: I can discuss the material on the Africa Unit Test
  • Bellringer: Word Storm A-Z about Africa
tuesday march 6 2012
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
  • Go over Tuesday’s schedule
tuesday march 6 20121
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
  • 8:40 Students report to homeroom for attendance
  • 9- 10:30 (Band room): Guest speakers, the speakers will rotate between the 4 classes. The speakers move not the kids.
  • 10:30- 11:10 Back to homeroom- Class time 1st rotation.
  • 11:10- 11:50 2nd rotation. We will rotate our homerooms in the following order- Smith, Russ, Der, Crump              
  • 4th period- 1st lunch!   
  • 1:28- 2:20  3rd Rotation -Class time
  • 2:20- 2:45 3rd Rotation- Outside time
  • 2:45- 3:35 4th Rotation- Class time
tuesday march 6 20122
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
  • Der’s Classes: Grab a new Frank from the stool
  • Jeopardy
  • Study Guide for Test
  • Learning Target:

I can discuss the material on the Africa Unit Test.

  • Bellringer: Wordstorm A-Z about Africa
jeopardy expectations
Jeopardy Expectations
  • Conversation: Level 0
  • Help: Raise your hand
  • Activity: Listen and write down the questions and answers to the Jeopardy questions
  • Movement: you may not get up to sharpen your pencil
  • Participation: Look at your paper and write down the questions and answers. Do NOT talk to your friends
wednesday march 7 2012
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
  • Grab a Frank if you didn’t get one yesterday
  • Africa Unit Test

Learning Target: I can display mastery of the material on the Africa Unit Test.

  • Bellringer: write down any questions that you still have about this unit. Take five minutes to study.
thursday march 8 2012
Thursday, March 8, 2012
  • Multiple Choice & Short answer portions of the Africa Test
  • Test Reflection
  • Middle East Pre-Test
  • Learning Target: I can display mastery of the material on the Africa Unit Test.
  • Bellringer: look over your notes and study until the bell rings
write your africa test middle east pre test reflections on the back of your middle east orq
Write your Africa Test & Middle East Pre-Test Reflections on the back of your Middle East ORQ
  • Africa Test:
    • How do you think you did on the multiple choice, short answer and constructed response?
    • Was the test hard or easy? Why?
  • Middle East Pre-Test:
    • How do you think that you did on the multiple choice, short answer and constructed response?
    • What material do you feel like you know and what material do you feel like you don’t know?
middle east map
Middle East Map
  • From your memory, draw a map of the Middle East and label it. You cannot use the textbook or any of the maps in the room.
  • Write down all of the countries that you know in the Middle East.
  • Take out Geography Alive and compare your maps to the maps in the textbook. Which countries are you missing? How close was your map to the actual map?
middle east

Label using page 583 in Geography Alive

Saudi Arabia

Yemen

United Arab Emirates

Oman

Qatar

Bahrain

Kuwait

Iraq

Jordan

Israel

Lebanon

Syria

Iran

Afghanistan

Pakistan

Turkey

Asia

Europe

Middle East

Africa

friday march 9 2012
Friday, March 9, 2012
  • Mapping the Middle East
  • Intro to the Middle East

Learning Target: I can use maps to describe how a place is unique.

  • Take a map from the stool and turn to page 583 in Geography Alive and label the following countries:
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Iraq
  • Jordan
  • Israel
  • Iran
  • Afghanistan
find label each country physical feature
Find & Label Each Country & Physical Feature

Page 583

Page 582

Arabian Sea

Red Sea

Black Sea

Caspian Sea

Mediterranean Sea

Arabian Peninsula

Persian Gulf

  • Iraq
  • Afghanistan
  • Iran
  • Israel
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Jordan
  • Yemen
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Oman
  • Qatar
  • Bahrain
  • Kuwait
  • Lebanon
  • Syria
  • Pakistan
  • Turkey
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Tajikistan
  • Uzbekistan
  • Turkmenistan
  • Azerbaijan
  • Armenia
  • Georgia
learning target check 1
Learning Target Check # 1
  • From the activity that you just completed, how do maps describe how a place is unique?
essential questions for middle east unit
Essential Questions for Middle East Unit
  • How does oil impact people’s lives in the Middle East and around the world?
  • How has religion and conflict shaped life in the Middle East?
vocabulary for middle east unit
Vocabulary for Middle East Unit
  • Consumption- the using up of goods and services
  • Production- creation or construction
  • Import- to bring in goods from a foreign country for trade or sell
  • Export- something sold abroad as part of international trade
  • Oil reserves- oil that has been discovered but remains unused in the ground
  • Petroleum- oil
  • Islam- a monotheistic religion characterized by the acceptance of the Koran and Muhammad as the chief, last prophet of god
  • Muslim- a person who practices Islam
  • Fossil fuels- any fuel, such as petroleum, coal, and natural gas, that is made from the remains of prehistoric plants and animals
  • Supply and demand- economic system that determines price in a market economy
  • Dictator- a leader who governs by force, without the consent of the people
  • Monarchy- a country that is ruled by a king or queen
expectations for illustrated map activity
Expectations for Illustrated Map Activity
  • Conversation: Level 1
  • Help: Raise your hand
  • Activity: use your background knowledge to complete the illustrated map
  • Movement: you may get up to sharpen your pencil
  • Participation: work with your partner and talk only about the activitity