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  1. Tuesday- August 13th • Be thinking of one neat/interesting fact to share about yourself • Agenda for the day: • Mr. Henry introduction • One Thing • Course Expectations • Explain RR Passes • Parent Letter • Planner Review • “Get to Know You” Assignment

  2. Wednesday - August 14th • Bellwork: Take a quarter sheet of paper from the cart and answer the following question in three sentences or less: What does geography mean to you? Be prepared to share this with a partner/the class. • Objective for the day: Identify, explain and apply the five themes of geography. • Agenda for the day: • Seating Chart Adjustments • World Map “quiz” • World Map Trivia • Five Themes of Geography • CNN Student News

  3. Thursday - August 15th • Bellwork: Take a quarter sheet of paper from the cart and answer the following question in three sentences or less: What does geography mean to you? Be prepared to share this with a partner/the class. • Objective for the day: Identify, explain and apply the five themes of geography. • Agenda for the day: • Seating Chart Adjustments • World Map “quiz” • World Map Trivia • Five Themes of Geography • CNN Student News

  4. Friday – August 16th • Bellwork: Take out your Five Themes Outline Notes. Pick out a place in the United States you are very familiar with and start working on the activity on the back. (Ignore the page A20, it is just a map of the USA). You will be describing a place using each of the five themes of geography. You can do it in list for if you like. • Objective for the Day: Compare the advantages and disadvantages of maps and globes and identify the three types of maps; learn how to interpret the different elements of a map. • Agenda for the day: • Bellwork • CNN Student News • Maps, Map Components and Latitude/Longitude

  5. Monday – August 19th • Objectives for the Day: • Explain how annual changes in the relationship between the earth and the sun cause the seasons. • Identify the factors that influence weather. • What is the difference between climate and weather? • What is the difference between rotation and revolution? • What is the relationship between climate zones and latitude? • Agenda for the day: • Collect Letter to Me • Quick Map Review • Check Out Books • Weather, Seasons, Climate • Project Intro • CNN Student News (if time)

  6. Tuesday – August 20th • Bell Work: Turn in any late work you may have and grab a Create a Country project sheet from the front of the class. Start by reading through the assignment sheet and thinking about where you want your country to be located or what kind of climate you would like. • Objective for the day: Apply and integrate the five themes of geography and other basics of geography into a create a country project. • Agenda for the day: • Turn in any late work you may have (most of you are fine here) • Begin work on your create a country project

  7. Wednesday – August 21st • Bell Work: Turn in any late work you may have • Objective for the day: Apply and integrate the five themes of geography and other basics of geography into a create a country project. • Agenda for the day: • Turn in any late work you may have (most of you are fine here) • Continue work on your create a country project

  8. Thursday – August 22nd • Bell Work: Turn in any late work you may have • Objective for the day: Apply and integrate the five themes of geography and other basics of geography into a create a country project. • Agenda for the day: • Turn in any late work you may have (most of you are fine here) • Continue work on your create a country project

  9. Friday – August 23rd • Bell Work: Turn in any late work you may have. Get out a piece of paper and prepare your mind for the wonderful world of writing!!! • Objective for the day: Apply and integrate the five themes of geography and other basics of geography into a create a country project. • Agenda for the day: • Turn in any late work you may have (most of you are fine here) • Begin work on the written component of your Create a Country Project • CNN Student News

  10. Monday – August 26th • Bell Work: Turn in any late work you may have. Get out a piece of paper and answer the question: What is a historian? • Objective for the day: The student will analyze primary sources to investigate a topic using sourcing, contextualization, close reading and corroboration. • Focus Question: How do historians use primary documents to answer a focus question? • Agenda for the day: • Turn in any late work you may have (most of you are fine here) • Bellwork • Social Studies Vocabulary • Collect Create a Country Project • Think Like A Historian Activity • CNN Student News

  11. Tuesday – August 27th • Bell Work: Discuss the following with a neighbor: What are the first two steps in thinking/reading like a historian? (We did these yesterday) • Objective for the day: The student will analyze primary sources to investigate a topic using sourcing, contextualization, close reading and corroboration. • Focus Question: How do historians use primary documents to answer a focus question? • Agenda for the day: • Bellwork • Collect Late Create a Country Projects • Think Like A Historian Activity • CNN Student News

  12. Wednesday – August 28th • Bell Work: Discuss the following with your neighbor: What were the steps involved in thinking like a historian? • Objective for the day: The student will be able to identify and explain what culture is, and use the ABCs of culture to explain one or more cultures. • Agenda for the day: • Bellwork • Collect Late Create a Country Projects • Culture Quickwrite • ABCs of Culture Jigsaw/Partner Activity • HW: Define vocab terms at top of Population Geography handout • CNN Student News

  13. Thursday – August 29th • Bell Work: Discuss the following with your neighbor: What were the steps involved in thinking like a historian? • Objective for the day: The student will be able to identify and explain what culture is, and use the ABCs of culture to explain one or more cultures. • Agenda for the day: • Bellwork • Collect Late Create a Country Projects • Culture Quickwrite • ABCs of Culture Jigsaw/Partner Activity • HW: Define vocab terms at top of Population Geography handout • CNN Student News

  14. Friday – August 30th • Bell Work: Take out your HW. I will collect it and check your HW while you watch CNN Student News. • Objectives for the day: • Explain the factors involved in the world’s population growth. • Describe the distribution of the world’s population. • Describe some factors that influence population density and carry capacity. • Students will be able to analyze data using a population pyramid. • Students will be able to analyze data using a line graph. • Students will be able to analyze date using a bar graph. • Agenda for the day: • CNN Student News • Hand Back Letters! • Population Geography

  15. Tuesday – September 3rd • Bell Work: Grab your book as you come into the classroom. Take out your Population Geography WS and continue working on it. (You have about 5-7 minutes for this) • Objectives for the day: • Define the three categories of governments. • Identify the three most important geographic characteristics used to describe a country. – Size, Shape and Location. • Distinguish between natural and artificial boundaries. – Natural are based on physical features and artificial are fixed, usually using latitude and longitude. • Agenda for the day: • Complete Population Geography • Political Geography Activity/Notes • Vocab Week #2 • CNN Student News (if time) • You will get your projects back on the block day

  16. Wednesday – September 4th MAP Testing in Library

  17. Thursday – September 5th MAP Testing in Library

  18. Friday – September 6th • Objectives for the day: • Explain how urban area develop. • Describe common reasons for the locations of cities. • Identify the basic land-use patterns found in all cities. • Describe the functions of cities and the relationship between a city’s function and transportation. • Agenda for the day: • Vocabulary Week #3 • Urban Geography Assignment • Homework: Complete Urban Geography Assignment

  19. Monday – September 9th • Bell Work: Take out your vocabulary page and get ready to write down week #3 of Social Studies Vocabulary • Objectives for the day: • Identify the four basic types of economic systems. • Define the four levels of economic activity. • Distinguish among renewable, non-renewable, and inexhaustible resources. • Identify key components of economic support systems. • Distinguish between GNP, and GDP, and between developing and developed nations. • Agenda for the day: • Social Studies Vocabulary • Collect Urban Geography Assignment • Economic Geography Notes/Graphic Organizer • Examples, Examples and more Examples! • CNN Student News (if time)

  20. Tuesday – September 10th • Objectives for the day: • Demonstrate an understanding of the important concepts underlying the following world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism • Compare and contrast the characteristics of the 5 major world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism • Agenda for the day: • Go to Library for Faith and Belief • Intro to World Religions

  21. Wednesday – September 11th • Objectives for the day: • Identify the four basic types of economic systems. • Define the four levels of economic activity. • Distinguish among renewable, non-renewable, and inexhaustible resources. • Identify key components of economic support systems. • Distinguish between GNP, and GDP, and between developing and developed nations. • Demonstrate an understanding of the important concepts underlying the following world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism • Compare and contrast the characteristics of the 5 major world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism • Agenda for the day: • 9/11 Video • Complete Economic Geography Discussion/Organizer • Urban Geography Review • Begin Religion Jigsaw/Activity

  22. Thursday – September 12th • Objectives for the day: • Identify the four basic types of economic systems. • Define the four levels of economic activity. • Distinguish among renewable, non-renewable, and inexhaustible resources. • Identify key components of economic support systems. • Distinguish between GNP, and GDP, and between developing and developed nations. • Demonstrate an understanding of the important concepts underlying the following world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism • Compare and contrast the characteristics of the 5 major world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism • Agenda for the day: • 9/11 Video • Complete Economic Geography Discussion/Organizer • Urban Geography Review • Begin Religion Jigsaw/Activity

  23. Friday – September 13th • Bell work: Take out your religion charts from Wednesday. Quickly answer the questions "What is religion?" and "What are the five major world religions?" with a partner. We will then quickly discuss them. • Objectives for the day: • Demonstrate an understanding of the important concepts underlying the following world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and • Compare and contrast the characteristics of the 5 major world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism • Participate in a collaborative group setting while creating a technology-based production using iPads and Haiku Deck presentation software • Agenda for the day: • Bellwork • Haiku Deck Modeling • Haiku Deck Work Time • Ticket out of Class

  24. Monday – September 16th • Bell work: Get ready to present your projects! You will need your religion chart and your Haiku Deck Rubric out. Make sure your name is on your rubric. • Objectives for the day: • Demonstrate an understanding of the important concepts underlying the following world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and • Compare and contrast the characteristics of the 5 major world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism • Participate in a collaborative group setting while creating a technology-based production using iPads and Haiku Deck presentation software • Agenda for the day: • Haiku Deck Presentations • Study Guide for Unit Test • Tuesday: Study/Prepare for Test • Wednesday: Unit One Test

  25. Tuesday – September 17th • Objectives for the day: • Demonstrate an understanding of the important concepts underlying the following world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and • Compare and contrast the characteristics of the 5 major world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism • Participate in a collaborative group setting while creating a technology-based production using iPads and Haiku Deck presentation software • Agenda for the Day: • Complete Haiku Deck Presentations • Unit 1 Study Guide • Wednesday/Thursday: Unit 1 Test

  26. Wednesday – September 18th • Bell work: Take out your religion chart and study guide. You will have 5-10 minutes to prepare your mind for you Unit 1 Test! • Agenda for the day: • Turn in Religion Chart • Turn in Study Guide • Unit 1 Test • Homework: Europe Political Map Assignment (Due Friday)

  27. Thursday – September 19th • Bell work: Take out your religion chart and study guide. You will have 5-10 minutes to prepare your mind for you Unit 1 Test! • Agenda for the day: • Turn in Religion Chart • Turn in Study Guide • Unit 1 Test • Homework: Europe Political Map Assignment (Due Friday)

  28. Friday – September 20th • Essential Question of the Day: • How has Europe’s physical geography affected its development? • Agenda: • Turn in European Political Maps • Quickwrite • European Landforms and Resources • CNN Student News • Hand Out Grade Print Outs

  29. Monday – September 23rd • Essential Question of the Day: • How has Europe’s physical geography affected its development? • How have European industrialization and technological innovations impacted the human and physical environment? • Agenda: • Discuss European Landforms Homework • European Human-Environment Interaction • CNN Student News

  30. Tuesday – September 24th • Bell Work: Take out a piece of scratch paper and answer the following: • Write down three ways Europeans have interacted with their environment. • Essential Question of the Day: • How have industrialization and colonization led to the diffusion of European culture around the world? • Agenda: • Industrial Revolution and European Diffusion • CNN Student News

  31. Wednesday – September 25th • Bell Work: Discuss the following with a partner: • What are two European influences on the United States? • What is one European influence on Mexico? • What is one European influence on Brazil? • Essential Questions of the Day: • How has the creation of the European Union changed Europe economically, socially, and politically? • Agenda: • European Union Webquest • European Union Case Study • CNN Student News

  32. Thursday – September 26th • Bell Work: Discuss the following with a partner: • What are two European influences on the United States? • What is one European influence on Mexico? • What is one European influence on Brazil? • Essential Questions of the Day: • How has the creation of the European Union changed Europe economically, socially, and politically? • Agenda: • European Union Webquest • European Union Case Study • CNN Student News

  33. Friday – September 27th • Bell Work: Discuss the following with a partner: • What is the euro? • How many countries use the euro? • What are some advantages of the euro? • Essential Questions of the Day: • How have demographic characteristics created a population profile unique to the continent of Europe? • Agenda: • Collect Webquest • European Demographics PPT & Notes • CNN Student News

  34. Tuesday – October 1st • Agenda: • Sign up for Google Apps for Education • Discuss Unit 1 Test • Discuss Human-Environment Interaction Assignment (Cause and Effect) • Discuss EU Webquest • Collect European Demographics HW • CNN Student News

  35. Wednesday – October 2nd • Agenda: • Sign up for Google Apps for Education • Discuss Unit 1 Test • Discuss Human-Environment Interaction Assignment (Cause and Effect) • Discuss EU Webquest • Collect European Demographics HW • CNN Student News

  36. Thursday – October 3rd • Essential Questions of the Day: • How have regional conflicts in Europe created both unity and disunity? • Agenda: • CNN Student News • The Balkans PPT & Guided Notes • Slobodan Milosevic: Serbian Strongman

  37. Friday – October 4th • Essential Questions of the Day: • How have regional conflicts in Europe created both unity and disunity? • Agenda: • CNN Student News • The Balkans PPT & Guided Notes • Slobodan Milosevic: Serbian Strongman

  38. Monday – October 7th • Bellwork: • Discuss the following with a partner: Who was Slobodan Milosevic? What role did he play in the Balkan Peninsula? • Essential Questions of the Day: • How did communism influence the development of economic, social and political systems of Eastern and Western Europe? • Agenda: • Bellwork • Effect of Communism on Europe • CNN Student News (if time)

  39. Tuesday – October 8th • Essential Questions of the Day: • How have regional conflicts in Europe created both unity and disunity? • Agenda: • Collect The Important Thing • Unveiling Europe Article • Unveiling Europe WS • CNN Student News (if time)

  40. Wednesday – October 9th • Essential Questions of the Day: • How have regional conflicts in Europe created both unity and disunity? • Agenda: • Collect Unveiling Europe WS • The Un-United Kingdom Article • The Un-United Kingdom WS • Library for Discovery Atlas: France Revealed

  41. Thursday – October 10th • Essential Questions of the Day: • How have regional conflicts in Europe created both unity and disunity? • Agenda: • Collect Unveiling Europe WS • The Un-United Kingdom Article • The Un-United Kingdom WS • Library for Discovery Atlas: France Revealed

  42. Monday – October 14th • Essential Questions of the Day: • How will you prepare for our upcoming exam? • Agenda: • Hand out new hall passes • Hand Back Papers • Hand Out Study Guide • Today: Test Review (study guide) • Tuesday: Test Review Game (can use your study guide during game) • Wednesday: Europe Unit Test • Good Study Tool: http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/

  43. Tuesday – October 15th • Essential Questions of the Day: • How will you prepare for our upcoming exam? • Did you complete the first step last night? • Agenda: • Tuesday: Test Review Game • Wednesday/Thursday: Europe Unit Test • Good Study Tool: http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/ • Socrative Instructions: • Take out your iPhone or Android device • Go to your App Store • Search for and install Socrative Student • Enter Room Number 787445

  44. Wednesday – October 16th • Agenda: • Collect Study Guides • Europe Unit Test • Russia and the Republics Maps • Homework: Complete Russia and the Republics Maps • Political Map: Label and Color • Physical Map: Label Only

  45. Thursday – October 17th • Agenda: • Collect Study Guides • Europe Unit Test • Russia and the Republics Maps • Homework: Complete Russia and the Republics Maps • Political Map: Label and Color • Physical Map: Label Only

  46. Friday – October 18th • Big Idea for the Day: • Introduction to Russia and the Republics • Agenda: • Collect Russia and the Republics Maps • Climate Quickwrite • Russia and the Republics: Top Ten PPT • Russia and the Republics: Top Ten Guided Notes • Homework: None (unless you didn’t complete maps)

  47. Monday – October 21st • Essential Question for the Day: • How has the history of communism in Russia affected political and economic development regionally and globally? • Agenda: • Complete Russia and the Republics Top Ten • Cold War PPT • Cold War Guided Notes • Tomorrow: Sputnik and the Space Race • Wednesday/Thursday: Begin Soviet Union DBQ

  48. Tuesday – October 22nd • Essential Questions for the Day: • How has the history of communism in Russia affected political and economic development regionally and globally? • Agenda: • Upfront Article: Sputnik Starts the Space Race • Homework: Complete Upfront Article WS • Tomorrow: Top Ten Quiz • Wednesday/Thursday: Begin Soviet Union DBQ

  49. Wednesday – October 23rd • Essential Questions for the Day: • How has the history of communism in Russia affected political and economic development regionally and globally? • How does Russia’s political and cultural history influence the present day region? • How have different regional conflicts in Northern Eurasia created unity and disunity? • How has the physical geography of Russia affected population development, economic development and access to natural resources? • Agenda: • Collect Homework: Sputnik Starts the Space Race • Top Ten Quiz • Begin Soviet Union DBQ • Homework: Bring Textbooks on Monday

  50. Thursday – October 24th • Essential Questions for the Day: • How has the history of communism in Russia affected political and economic development regionally and globally? • How does Russia’s political and cultural history influence the present day region? • How have different regional conflicts in Northern Eurasia created unity and disunity? • How has the physical geography of Russia affected population development, economic development and access to natural resources? • Agenda: • Collect Homework: Sputnik Starts the Space Race • Top Ten Quiz • Begin Soviet Union DBQ • Homework: Bring Textbooks on Monday