World Geography Review Syllabus

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1 Purpose Class: World Geography Review Syllabus This course is designed to help students review and remediate their understanding major themes, concepts, and facts connected to the study World Geography. Student Expectations: Students will be expected to: 1. Come to class prepared, carrying a pen or pencil; 2. Participate in all academic tasks put together by teachers; 3. Try their best at every academic task; 4. Keep notes for their own benefit; 5. Complete all assignments in the time allotted; 6. Ask questions other students or the teacher if unclear about a topic being discussed, assignment instructions, or anything pertaining to the class; and 7. Use technology in and out the classroom to enhance their learning experience. Format Class: Project-Based Learning: The class will focus around project-based learning. A major project will be assigned for the time that you are enrolled in the class. Most grades for the course will be based on completion the project at different points throughout the course. It is important to keep up with the deadlines or you will risk losing credit. Class Notes and Assigned Academic Tasks: Students will review key themes, concepts, and facts connected to the study World Geography on a daily basis in class. Their review will be based on academic tasks developed by teachers in an effort to help students meet the expectations necessary to get credit or pass the World Geography- End--Course (EOC) exam. Therefore, it is VERY important to fully participate in each task assigned and complete each task in class. Taking notes is the student s responsibility. Because studies show that students are more likely to retain information if they write it down and then study it, it is required that students take notes on a daily basis. Collaborative Learning: Students have different levels knowledge about World Geography. They will be assigned to work in groups in order to help one another to achieve their goals gaining credit or passing the EOC exam. Students will be asked to work together on many occasions to ensure that they meet the goals different academic tasks and ultimately meet their goal gaining credit or passing the EOC. Page 1 10

2 Project: Geographical Concept Quilt through Imaging Purpose Project: Throughout the course, students will be working on a 12-day, long-term project. The purpose this project is to: 1. Assess students understanding major themes, concepts and facts studied in World Geography and how those themes, concepts, and facts are connected to one another; 2. Make the information discussed, worked on, and presented in class relevant to students understanding how the information impacts their lives; 3. Have students analyze the relationship between themes, concepts, and facts studied in World Geography through an independent lens that requires them to justify their understanding how those themes, concepts, and facts are connected to one another. Requirements Project: Students are required to: 1. Work in groups three (no more than four when one or two students are left over in class); 2. Work with their teammates to decide on three (3) major concepts to focus on daily; 3. Submit three (3) pictures daily, via , to their teachers based on the three major concepts (one picture per concept) that the team has decided to focus on for that day; 4. Develop a blueprint a conceptual quilt based on students interpretation how the concepts are connected to one another. 5. Submit a daily, 1-paragraph (approximately 150 words) explanation the geographical concepts chosen by the team, how the concepts are related to one another, and an explanation how the student would position the images in a larger quilt. Students should respond to the following question: What concepts did you and your teammates focus on for your photo essay on yesterday s topic, what do those concepts mean, and how are they related to one another? 6. Submit a 33-image quilt on day twelve (12) the review; piecing together the images that they ve put together based on concepts that they ve learned throughout their time in class. Components Project and Deadlines Type Assignment(s) Grade(s) June 12 1 Daily Grade 1) 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: What is World Geography? June 13 2 Daily Grades 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Earth-Sun Relationships and Climate June 14 2 Daily Grades 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Physical Processes June 15 2 Daily Grades; 1 Test Grade 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Landforms, Ecosystems, Resources and Regions TEST Blueprint Geographical Concept Quilt using photos and concepts developed to date June 18 2 Daily Grades 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Cultural Traits June 19 2 Daily Grades 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Population Page 2 10

3 June 20 2 Daily Grades 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Political Systems June 21 2 Daily Grades 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Economic Systems June 25 2 Daily Grades; 1 Test Grade 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Change, Science and Technology TEST Blueprint Geographical Concept Quilt using photos and concepts developed to date June 26 2 Daily Grades 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Europe and the Americas June 27 2 Daily Grades 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Asia June 28 2 Daily Grades; Final Project 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Middle East and Africa FINAL PROJECT PRESENTATIONS Geographical Concept Quilt Page 3 10

4 JUNE 1 T 12 Physical Geography: Earth-Sun Relationships and Climate EQ: What s the relationship between weather conditions, climate, and Earth-Sun relationships? Students will analyze how the relationship between the Earth and the sun affect weather conditions and climate. Key Academic Concepts: Earth-Sun Relationships, Climate, Elevation, Monsoon, El Niño, Latitude, Biomes, Ocean Currents, Climograph Key Factual Academic Terms: Tilt, Revolution, Prevailing Winds, Rain-Shadow Effect, Continentality 1. What is the relationship between weather conditions and climate? 2. How are changes to weather conditions and climate based on the relationship between the sun and the Earth? 3. How does elevation influence temperature, precipitation, and distribution climate regions? 4. How does latitude influence temperature, precipitation, and distribution climate regions? 5. How do wind currents influence temperature, precipitation, and distribution climate regions? 6. How does the position a continent influence temperature, precipitation, and distribution climate regions? 7. How do mountain barriers influence temperature, precipitation, and distribution climate regions? 8. How does climate influence how biomes are spread out in different regions? 1) 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: What is World Geography? 2 W 13 Physical Geography: Physical Processes EQ: What physical processes in the environment affect its development? Students will analyze the different processes that affect the development Earth s physical geography. Key Academic Concepts: Soil-building, Erosion, Tectonic Forces, Biosphere, Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, Lithosphere Key Factual Academic Terms: Tsunami, Volcanoes, Weathering, Continental Drift, Divergent, Convergent, Transformation, Water Cycle Page 4 10

5 2 W 13 Physical Geography: Physical Processes (cont.) 1. What are examples different types physical processes in the environment? 2. How do physical processes affect the environment in different regions? 3. How do physical processes affect the lithosphere? 4. How do physical processes affect the atmosphere? 5. How do physical processes affect the hydrosphere? 6. How do physical processes affect the biosphere? 7. What are different physical processes that cause different land forms to develop? 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Earth-Sun Relationships and Climate 3 Th 14 Physical Geography: Landforms, Ecosystems, Resources, and Regions EQ: How are landforms, ecosystems, and resources key factors in defining a region? Students will analyze how landforms, ecosystems, and resources factor into defining a region. Key Academic Concepts: Region, Renewable Resources, Nonrenewable Resources, Scarcity, Deforestation, Sustainable Development, Desertification, Formal Region, Functional Region, Perceptual Region Key Factual Academic Terms: N/A 1. What are examples interaction between humans and their physical environment? 2. What are the consequences extreme weather? 3. What are the consequences natural resources? 4. What are physical factors that constitute a region? 5. What are human factors that constitute a region? 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Physical Processes 4 F 15 Cultural Geography: Culture and Cultural Traits EQ: What are key cultural traits and how do they define different cultures? Students will analyze how cultural traits impact human-environmental interaction. Key Academic Concepts: Migration, Synchronization, Culture, Customs, Globalization, Genocide, Innovation, Education, Convergence, Divergence Key Factual Academic Terms: Technology, Conflicts, Trends, Language, Religion, Institutions, Multicultural Societies, Elements Culture Page 5 10

6 4 F 15 Cultural Geography: Culture and Cultural Traits (cont.) 1. What are the major world religions? 2. What are the basic beliefs the major world religions? 3. Where are the major world religions found around the world? 4. What are the seven elements culture? 5. How do elements culture differ around the world? 6. What causes culture to spread? 7. What causes culture to remain isolated? 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Landforms, Ecosystems, Resources and Regions TEST Blueprint Geographical Concept Quilt using photos and concepts developed to date 5 M 18 Cultural Geography: Population EQ: What are the characteristics population, how do populations change, and why? Students will analyze how people s needs and desires cause them to migrate from one place to another and how movement and settlement help define population. Key Academic Concepts: Globalization, Region, Migration, Push Factors, Pull Factors, Urbanization, Industrialization, Diffusion, Standard Living, Human Development Index, Urban, Rural Key Factual Academic Terms: Infant Mortality Rate, Life Expectancy, Demographics, Population Pyramids, Megalopolis, Per Capita, Literacy, Slums, Favelas 1. What causes people to leave their homes and move to a new place? 2. Where do people move and why? 3. How does physical geography affect what routes people take as they migrate from one place to another? 4. What are the characteristics population? 5. How is population measured? 6. How do changes in population happen? 7. Why do changes in population happen? 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Cultural Traits 6 T 19 Cultural Geography: Political Systems (cont.) EQ: How do political systems influence people s interactions with one another and their environment? Students will analyze how people s political structures determine how they interact with one another and their environment. Page 6 10

7 6 T 19 Cultural Geography: Political Systems (cont.) Key Academic Concepts: Power, Sovereign Nations, Democracy, Dictatorships, Monarchies, Republics, Theocracies, Totalitarian Systems, Public Policy, Citizenship, Nationalism, Patriotism Key Factual Academic Terms: United Nations, European Union, Systems Government, Policies, Underrepresented Populations 1. What are the different forms government? 2. How do the different forms government work? 3. How do the different forms government differ around the world? 4. How do countries form? 5. How have different countries formed around the world? 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Population 7 W 20 Cultural Geography: Economic Systems EQ: How do economic systems influence people s interactions with one another and their environment? Students will analyze how people s economic structures determine how they interact with one another and their environment. Key Academic Concepts: Globalization, Movement, Outsourcing, Industrialization, Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Quaternary, Infrastructure, Socialism, Communism, Free Enterprise, Traditional Economy Key Factual Academic Terms: Manufacturing, Service Industries, Subsistence Agriculture, Commercial Agriculture, Cottage Industries, Human Development Index, Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Page 7 10

8 7 W 20 Cultural Geography: Economic Systems (cont.) 1. How do changes in climate, resources, and infrastructure (technology, transportation, and communication) affect the location and patterns economic activities? 2. In what ways do the creation, distribution, and management natural resources affect the location and patterns the movement products, money, and people? 3. In what ways do policies, such as regulation water, affect the development, use and scarcity natural resources? 4. How do economic indicators determine the level development and standard living in nations using the Human Development Index? 5. How do sustainable development, renewable resources, and nonrenewable resources impact the economic relationship between settlements and the environment? 6. What are the differences between Free Enterprise, Socialist, and Communist economic systems and identify specific countries that fall within the spectrum around the world? 7. What are the implications globalization, outsourcing, and free trade zones? 8. What are primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary economic activities? 9. What factors affect the location manufacturing and service industries? 10. What are examples cultures that maintain a traditional economy? 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Political Systems 8 Th 21 Cultural Geography: Change, Science and Technology EQ: How do science and technology cause changes in human-environmental interaction? Students will analyze how changes in science and technology affect the interaction between humans and the environment. Key Academic Concepts: Globalization, Technology, Innovations, Desalinization, Diffusion Key Factual Academic Terms: Air Conditioning, Global Positioning System (GPS), Geographic Information System (GIS), Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources, Industrialization 1. How is transportation and energy used to modify the environment? 2. In what ways do advances in technology, agriculture, and natural resources impact the environment and social sphere? 3. What is the impact the Internet, global positioning system (GPS), and the geographic information system (GIS)? 4. How do medical advancements or change in trade patterns affects developed and developing societies? 5. What are different examples cultural convergence and divergence? 6. In what ways are democratic ideas, U.S. fast food franchises, English language, technology, and world global sports cultural convergence and divergence? 7. What are some the benefits and challenges globalization in connectivity, standard living, pandemics, and loss local culture? 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Economic Systems Page 8 10

9 9 M 25 Regional Application: Europe and the Americas EQ: How do physical and cultural geographic factors affect Europe and the Americas? Students will analyze how the physical and geographic factors that pertain to Europe and the Americas through specific application concepts. Key Academic Concepts: All major terms necessary for students to understand are on the handout titled Major Regional Characteristics and Key Academic Terms Related to Regions(PEPSI) Key Factual Academic Terms: All major terms necessary for students to understand are on the handout titled Major Regional Characteristics and Key Academic Terms Related to Regions(PEPSI) 1. What are some the physical geographic factors that impact Europe and the Americas and how are they connected to the region? 2. What are some the economic factors that impact Europe and the Americas and how are they connected to the region? 3. What are some the political factors that impact Europe and the Americas and how are they connected to the region? 4. What are some the social issues (including history and culture) that impact Europe and the Americas and how are they connected to the region? 5. What are some the interactions (human-environmental) that impact Europe and the Americas and how are they connected to the region? 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Change, Science and Technology TEST Blueprint Geographical Concept Quilt using photos and concepts developed to date 10 T 26 Regional Application: Asia EQ: How do physical and cultural geographic factors affect Asia? Students will analyze how the physical and geographic factors that pertain to Asia through specific application concepts. Key Academic Concepts: All major terms necessary for students to understand are on the handout titled Major Regional Characteristics and Key Academic Terms Related to Regions(PEPSI) Key Factual Academic Terms: All major terms necessary for students to understand are on the handout titled Major Regional Characteristics and Key Academic Terms Related to Regions(PEPSI) Page 9 10

10 10 T 26 Regional Application: Asia (cont.) 1. What are some the physical geographic factors that impact Asia and how are they connected to the region? 2. What are some the economic factors that impact Asia and how are they connected to the region? 3. What are some the political factors that impact Asia and how are they connected to the region? 4. What are some the social issues (including history and culture) that impact Asia and how are they connected to the region? 5. What are some the interactions (human-environmental) that impact Asia and how are they connected to the region? 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Europe and the Americas 11 W 27 Regional Application: Africa and the Middle East EQ: How do physical and cultural geographic factors affect Africa and the Middle East? Students will analyze how the physical and geographic factors that pertain to Africa and the Middle East through specific application concepts. Key Academic Concepts: All major terms necessary for students to understand are on the handout titled Major Regional Characteristics and Key Academic Terms Related to Regions(PEPSI) Key Factual Academic Terms: All major terms necessary for students to understand are on the handout titled Major Regional Characteristics and Key Academic Terms Related to Regions(PEPSI) 1. What are some the physical geographic factors that impact Africa and the Middle East and how are they connected to the region? 2. What are some the economic factors that impact Africa and the Middle East and how are they connected to the region? 3. What are some the political factors that impact Africa and the Middle East and how are they connected to the region? 4. What are some the social issues (including history and culture) that impact Africa and the Middle East and how are they connected to the region? 5. What are some the interactions (human-environmental) that impact Africa and the Middle East and how are they connected to the region? 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Asia 12 Th 28 Review 2) Bell ringer - 1-Paragraph Short-Answer Response: Middle East and Africa FINAL PROJECT PRESENTATIONS Geographical Concept Quilt Page 10 10

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