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World Geography Unit 2 Thinkers

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  1. World Geography Unit 2 Thinkers • 1. What predictions can be made on a population pyramid that is top heavy? • 2. A small percentage of men in the 20 to 40 age range on a population pyramid might indicate what? • 3. What are some of the effects both positive and negative of Globalization? Which countries benfit the most from Globalization?

  2. Today in History Sep 16 • Brett’s Birthday was yesterday

  3. Poster Shows • 1. Each group is responsible for the following on their posters. • Title of Section and group # • Minimum of 8 key point/facts over the reading • Must be written in your own words • Do Not use vocabulary as a fact • 3 Questions that you will type on my computer. • Must be able to answer the questions using the information on your posters • At least one visual aid or picture on your poster. • 2. All posters and questions are due on Wednesday. We will be doing the poster show on Wednesday

  4. Geography Groups • 1. Climate and Weather and Earth’s Tilt and Rotation. (55-56) • 2. Earth’s Revolution and The tropics of Cancer and Capricorn (56-57) • 3. The Poles and Greenhouse Effect (57-58) • 4. Latitude and Climate (59-61) • 5. Elevation and Climate/ Landforms and Climate (61 and 63) • 6. Wind and ocean Currents (61-63) • 7. Climate Regions- Tropical and Dry (65-67) • 8. Mid latitude, High Latitude and Highlands (68-69) • 9. Climatic Change (69) • 10. Population Growth (75-77) • 11. Population Distribution (77-79) • 12. Elements of Culture- Language, Religion, and Social Groups (80-82) • 13. Elements of Culture- Government, Economic Activities, Culture Regions (83) • 14. Cultural Change- Agricultural Revolution, Cultural Hearths, and Specialization and Civilization (84-85) • 15. Cultural Change- Cultural Contacts and Industrial/Information Revolutions. (85) • 16. Features of Government/Levels of Government (86-87) • 17. Types of Government (87-88) • 18. Economic Systems- Traditional and Market (89) • 19. Economic Systems- Command and Socialism and Communism (89-90) • 20. Resources (91-92) • 21. Economic Development (93) • 22. World Trade (93-94) • 23. People and The Environment (94-95)

  5. Assignments for today • Poster Shows for Ch 3 in Geography and Ch 5 in U.S. History