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1 Quarter 1 Geography Tools and Concepts Chapters 1-5 Intro to Geography = 2 day review Goal Objective Task Analysis Vocabulary Text Location Goal 2.1: Analyze the 6-9.GEH Explain and use the Identify Items on the map using the legend and Cartographer Chapter 1 spatial organizations of components of maps, compare measure distance using a scale. Projection Map people, places, and different map projections, and Identify the different types of maps Compass rose environment on the explain the appropriate uses for Explain the kind of information that each type Legend/key earth s surface. each. of map shows. Scale Prime Meridian Hemispheres Equator Geography Spatial Essential? -Describe the distortion that takes place with different map projections. -Compare and Contrast different types of maps. 6-9.GEH Apply latitude and longitude to locate places on Earth and describe the uses of locational technology, such as Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). 6-9.GEH Use mental maps to answer geographic questions 6-9.GEH Analyze visual and mathematical data presented in charts, tables, graphs, maps, and other graphic organizers to assist in interpreting a historical event Know the difference between latitude and longitude Combine latitude and longitude to find locations on a map Describe GPS and GIS Draw a map from memory from a specific region Show evidence that supports historical events Read and understand various charts, tables, maps, graphic organizers, etc. Latitude Chapter 1 Longitude Global Positioning System(GPS) Global Information System(GIS) Relative location Absolute location Mental map Power Point Chapter 2 Physical Features Charts All Chapters Tables Graphs graphic organizers Pie, bar, line graphs -Explain how to use lat. And long. To find absolute location. Goal 2.2: Explain how human actions modify the physical environment and how physical systems affect human activity and living conditions 6-9.GEH Explain how Earth/sun relationships, ocean currents, and winds influence climate differences on Earth. 6-9.GEH Identify major biomes and explain ways in which the natural environment or places of the Eastern Hemisphere relates to their climate. Explain how and where winds are produced Explain the connections between wind and precipitation Identify major ocean currents and their effects on water and air temp. Monsoon greenhouse effect Gulf Stream North Atlantic Drift climate ocean current Task Analysis Biomes natural environment Chapter 2 Chapter 2 and outside information Describe the Earth s movement relative to the sun. -Examine the interdependent relationship of plants and animals with an ecosystem. 1

2 Goal Objective Task Analysis Vocabulary Text Location 6-9.GEH Explain how physical Identify major landforms erosion Chapter 2 processes have shaped Earth s Explain how wind, water and ice shaped weathering surface. Classify these processes landforms acid rain according to those that have built Explain how plate movements shaped landforms up Earth s surface (mountainbuilding landforms. tectonic plates and alluvial deposition) and those that wear away at Earth s surface (erosion). Goal 2.3: Trace the 6-9.GEH Identify patterns of Identify patterns of population distribution cultural characteristics migration and population distribution and growth Describe historical voluntary and involuntary cultural patterns settlement of human in the Eastern Hemisphere and migration Civilization populations on the explain changes in these patterns, Density earth s surface. which have occurred over time. Migration Refugee Essential? -Describe some of the internal and external forces that shape the earth s landforms. -Describe the push/pull theory with immigration/migration Goal 2.4: Analyze the human and physical characteristics of different places and regions. 6-9.GEH Use maps, charts, and graphs to compare rural and urban populations in selected countries in the Eastern Explain the difference between rural and urban Explain how urbanization occurs and why Use visual data to compare different aspects of population Examine the various issues that happen because of urbanization Population centers Population distribution Population density Rural Urban -Examine the various issues that happen because of urbanization. Goal 2.5: Explain how geography enables people to comprehend the relationships between people, places, and environments over time. 6-9.GEH Analyze the distribution of natural resources in the Eastern 6-9.GEH Explain how humaninduced changes in the physical environment in one place cause changes in another place, such as acid rain, air and water pollution, deforestation. Explain the different types of natural resources Analyze the location and distribution of the natural resource regions of the Eastern Hemisphere Explain the importance and future scarcity of energy sources Analyze the link between human activity and environmental problems Identify ways to reduce people s harmful impact on the environment Natural resource Renewable resource Nonrenewable resource Fossil fuel Deforestation Recyclable Desertification Acid rain Air pollution Water pollution Deforestation Individual Countries -Create a map showing the distribution of natural resources on each continent. -Analyze the link between human activity and environmental problems. 2

3 Goal Objective Task Analysis Vocabulary Text Location Goal 3.2: Identify 6-9.GEH Describe how Learn the 3 economic questions that Economy different influences on different economic systems in the people must answer. Producers Individual economic systems. Eastern Hemisphere answer the Goods Countries basic economic questions on what Services to produce, how to produce, and Consumers for whom to produce. Capitalism Communism Socialism Essential? -Explain how supply and demand help answer the 3 economic questions. -Compare and contrast the different economic systems. Goal 4.5: Build an comparative government. Goal 5.1: Build an multiple perspectives and global interdependence. 6-9.GEH Identify specific areas of the Eastern Hemisphere with important natural resource deposits. 6-9.GEH Identify the major forms of government in the Eastern Hemisphere and compare them with the United States. 6-9.GEH Discuss how social institutions, including the family, religion, and education, influence behavior in different societies 6-9.GEH Give examples of how language, literature, and the arts shaped the development and transmission of culture Label the natural resources located within each individual country Identify the major forms of government in the Eastern Compare and contrast major forms of government in the Eastern Discuss how social institutions influence behavior in different societies in the Eastern Compare and contrast the social institutions of different societies in the Eastern Compare the networks that create social structure and social classes Determine how and why cultures influence other cultures. Monarchy Republic Democracy Dictatorship Religion Nuclear family Extended family Matriarch Patriarch Social class Education Cultural diffusion Acculturation Individual Countries Individual Country Chapter & outside activities Throughout the book -Describe the characteristics of various forms of government. -Identify the elements that make up culture and how they influence behavior. -Analyze the role of language in culture. 6-9.GEH Give examples of the benefits of global connections, such as developing opportunities for trade, cooperating in seeking solutions to mutual problems, learning for technological advances, acquiring new perspectives, and benefiting from developments in architecture, music, and the arts. Explain developing opportunities for trade. Describe problems associated with interdependence Interdependence Chapter Analyze the positives and negatives of a global community. 3

4 Quarter 1 = Chapter Europe; Quarter 2 = Chapter Asia; Quarter 3 = Chapter Africa; Quarter 4 = Chapter Australia, Oceania, Antarctica Goal 1.8: Build an the cultural and social development of human civilization Cover Chapters GEH Describe the civilizations of the Eastern Hemisphere prior to European contact, such as Muslim civilization, China, Japan, and sub-sahara Africa. 6-9.GEH Examine the impact of Europeans on indigenous cultures in the Eastern 6.9.GEH Compare various approaches to European colonization in the Eastern 6-9.GEH1.8.4 Explain how and why events may be interpreted differently according to the points of view of participants and observers. Posters Group Presentations Report List the characteristics of each civilization. Locate and label the ancient civilizations on a map. Identify the religion, customs, economy, and politics of each region. Chart how technology and trade impacted these cultures. Explain the origin and the effects of the slave trade. Create a timeline of the introduction of and use of technology in these cultures. Summarize the impact the Europeans had on the cultures of the Eastern Describe the various colonial powers of the Dutch, Portuguese Spanish, French, and English. Illustrate the motivation for dominating those countries. List the historical influences brought by the arrival of European explorers. Create a timeline to place events in chronological order. Connect the events with their time period. Indigenous cultures Colonial powers Imperialism Chapters Chapter Chapters Chapter Essential? 4

5 6-9.GEH Describe the historical origins, central beliefs, and spread of major religions, including Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. Explain the basic concepts of each religion. Devise a graphic organizer depicting each religion, their origin, their beliefs, and practices. Use a graphic organizer to compare and contrast Hinduism and Buddhism. (Venn diagram, etc.) Judaism Christianity Islam Hinduism Buddhism Goal 2.1: Analyze the spatial organizations of people, places, and environment on the earth s surface. 6-9.GEH Use mental maps to answer geographic questions and to analyze how they reflect an individual s attitude toward places. Draw a map from memory of a specific region. Describe the physical characteristics of a specific region. Evaluate your attitude toward the region using map information. Imagine yourself in another country and draw a map from the perspective of the country. 6-9.GEH Analyze visual and mathematical data presented in charts, tables, graphs, maps, and other graphic organizers to assist in interpreting a historical event. Identify different types of graphic organizers. Explain their uses and interpretation. Show evidence that supports understanding of historical events. All chapters Goal 2.2: Explain how human actions modify the physical environment and how physical systems affect human activity and living conditions. 6-9.GEH Locate, map, and describe the climate regions of the Eastern Hemisphere and their impact on human activity and living conditions. Define the climate regions. Summarize each. Map the different climate regions. Express how the climate regions differ. Goal 2.3: Trace the migration and settlement of human populations on the earth s surface. 6-9.GEH Identify the names and locations of countries and major cities in the Eastern Identify the names of countries, capitals, and major cities of the Eastern Locate on a map the countries, capitals, and major cities of the Eastern Label a map of the Eastern Hemisphere with country names and capitals. 6-9.GEH Describe major physical characteristics of regions in the Eastern Discuss the major physical characteristics of the regions of the Eastern Show on a map the major physical characteristics. 5

6 6-9.GEH Identify patterns of population distribution and growth in the Eastern Hemisphere and explain changes in these patterns, which have occurred over time. Discuss the major cultural characteristics of the regions of the Eastern Compare and contrast the major cultural characteristics of the regions of the Eastern Goal 2.4: Analyze the human and physical characteristics of different places and regions. 6-9.GEH Use maps, charts, and graphs to compare rural and urban populations in selected countries in the Eastern Explain the difference between rural and urban. Locate different rural and urban areas on a map. Classify different regions as being rural or urban. Use visual data to compare different aspects of population. 6-9.GEH Compare and contrast cultural patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere, such as language, religion, and ethnicity. Recognize the cultural patterns, language, religion, and ethnicity. Explain the cultural patterns of each region. Diagram the cultural patterns of each region. Caucasian African Americans Hispanics Asian Americans 6-9.GEH Analyze the locations of the major manufacturing and agricultural regions of the Eastern Define manufacturing and agricultural. Explain the difference between manufacturing/ agricultural and classify regions in the Eastern Hemisphere as either. Analyze the location of the major manufacturing and agricultural regions of the Eastern Developed countries Developing countries Goal 2.5: Explain how geography enables people to comprehend the relationships between people, places, and environments over time. 6-9.GEH Analyze the distribution of natural resources in the Eastern Define natural resources. Explain the different types of natural resources of the Eastern Diagram the natural resources in their prospective areas in the Eastern 6-9.GEH Give examples of List ways humans impact the physical how both natural and technological environment. hazards have impacted the physical environment and human Illustrate how technology has changed the environment. populations in specific areas of the Eastern Compare and contrast human impact between developed and developing world countries. 6-9.GEH Give Define natural hazards. Typhoon Chapter 2 & 6

7 Examples of how land forms and water, climate, and natural vegetation, have influenced historical trends and developments in the Eastern 6-9.GEH Identify contrasting perspectives of environmental issues that affect the Eastern List natural hazards. Define technological hazards. List technological hazards. List human caused hazards. Sort by severity the hazards in each area. Classify hazards in a chart. List examples of land and water forms, climate, and natural vegetation have influenced historical trends and developments in the Eastern Cyclone Tsunami Tidal wave Drought Erosion Weathering Levee Fault Plate tectonics Climate Natural vegetation Water forms Chapter 2 & 6-9.GEH Explain how humaninduced changes in the physical environment in one place can cause changes in another place, such as acid rain, air and water pollution, deforestation. Identify environmental issues. List different perspectives on selected environmental issues. Map areas that have been impacted by environmental issues. Global warming Endangered species Renewable energies Chapter 2 & Goal 3.2: Identify different influences on economic systems 6-9.GEH Explain how humaninduced changes in the physical environment in one place cause changes in another place, such as acid rain, air and water pollution, deforestation. 6-9.GEH Describe how different economic systems in the Eastern Hemisphere answer the basic economic questions on what to produce, how to produce, and for whom to produce. Define human-induced changes. List how human-induced changes in physical environment impact other areas. Debate the pros and cons of these environmental issues. Define and list the three basic economic systems. Compare and contrast how the different economic systems answer the basic economic question. Physical environment Economy Producers Goods Services Consumers Capitalism Socialism Communism Chapter 2 & 6-9.GEH Compare the standard of living of various countries of the Eastern Hemisphere today using Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita as an indicator. Define GDP. Compare the standard of living of various countries of the Eastern Hemisphere today. GDP Per capita Standard of living 6-9.GEH Analyze current economic issues in the countries of the Eastern Hemisphere using a variety of information resources. Discuss imports and exports. Using a variety of sources, analyze current economic issues. 7

8 6-9.GEH Identify economic connections between a local community and the countries of the Eastern 6-9.GEH Identify specific areas of the Eastern Hemisphere with important natural resource deposits. Identify economic connections between a local community and the countries of the Eastern Label the natural resources in the Eastern 6-9.GEH Investigate how physical geography, productive resources, specialization, and trade have influenced the way people earn income. Connect how specialization, physical geography, productive resources, and trade influence how people make a living. Specialization Goal 4.5: Build an comparative government. 6-9.GEH Identify the major forms of government in the Eastern Hemisphere and compare them with the United States. Identify the major forms of government in the Eastern Compare and contrast major forms of government in the Eastern Communism Socialism Monarchy Republic Democracy Dictatorship Goal 5.1: Build an multiple perspectives and global interdependence. 6-9.GEH Give examples of the different routes to independence from colonial rule taken by countries. 6-9.GEH Discuss how social institutions, including the family, religion, and education, influence behavior in different societies in the Eastern 6-9.GEH Give examples of how language, literature, and the arts shaped the development and transmission of culture in the Eastern 6-9.GEH Define ethnocentrism and give examples of how this attitude can lead to cultural misunderstandings. 6-9.GEH Discuss present conflicts between cultural groups and nation-states in the Eastern Discuss the basic routes countries used to achieve independence from colonial rule. Discuss how social institutions influence behavior in different societies in the Eastern Compare and contrast the social institutions of different societies in the Eastern List examples of how language, literature, and the arts shape the development and transmission of culture in the Eastern Define ethnocentrism. List examples of how this attitude can lead to cultural misunderstandings. List historical conflicts brought on by cultural misunderstandings. Evaluate how cultural misunderstandings human relations impact conflict Independence Revolution Political parties Nuclear family Extended family Matriarch Patriarch Cultural diffusion Acculturation ethnocentrism Outside information 8

9 6-9.GEH Give examples of the benefits of global connections, such as developing opportunities for trade, cooperating in seeking solutions to mutual problems, learning for technological advances, acquiring new perspectives, and benefiting from developments in architecture, music, and the arts. Examine developing opportunities for trade. Discuss possible solutions for mutual problems. 6-9.GEH Give examples of the causes and consequences of current global issues, such as the expansion of global markets, the urbanization of the developing world, the consumption of natural resources, and the extinction of species, and speculate possible responses by various individuals, groups, and nations. Discuss the causes and consequences of current global issues List examples of the causes and consequences of current global issues. 9

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