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Agenda 01/14/2013 1)Sponge 2)Objective: Understanding cultural and physical geography 3)Intro: Review Terms 4)Modeling: Example of Country 5)Independent Practice: Create your own country 6)Review: Finding a connection between Physical and Cultural Geography 7)Exit Ticket
Sponge Define cultural geography and define physical geography. I am collecting this for a grade Write in complete sentences Include the question and todays date
Sponge Answer – Cultural geography is the study of cultural products and norms and their variations across and relations to spaces and places. – Physical Geography The branch of geography dealing with natural features.
Objective SSWG1 The student will explain the physical aspects of geography. SSWG2 The student will explain the cultural aspects of geography.
Reminders Do not eat in here Do not ask to use the restroom unless is it an emergency. Classroom managers will be assigned every unit. They will receive extra credit. Do not leave your seat without permission. Push in your chair and straighten desk when you leave. Classroom disruption and failure to follow rules will result in a loss of participation points.
Classroom Managers 2B Rebecca Bragg: Collect Sponges and help return work ChaNelle Vinson: Distribute and Collect Books and Return Work Doris Adams: Collect Exit Tickets and Walk around room during Exit Ticket time to help clean.
Classroom Managers 4B Destanie Ortega: Collect Sponges Jocelyn Martinez: Distribute and Collect Books. Return Papers Princess Ford: Collect Exit Tickets and Walk around room during Exit Ticket time to help clean.
Classroom Managers 3A Breyona Cannon: Collect Sponges and help return papers Diamond Giles: Distribute and Collect Books. Help return papers. Druonna Collier: Collect Exit Tickets and Walk around room during Exit Ticket time to help clean. (Exempt from Exit Tickets)
Classroom Managers 4A Journey Barton: Return papers, Collect Sponges Yazmine Ivory: Distribute and Collect Books. Return Papers Khalil Brooks: Collect Exit Tickets and Walk around room during Exit Ticket time to help clean. (Exempt from exit tickets)
Culture All shared products of human groups Food, Clothing, Religions, Beliefs, Values, Gender Roles, Jobs, Etc
Physical Features Natural features of the earths surface. Climate (weather), mountains, vegetation, land, water, etc.
TermDefinition Culture Natural Features Cultural Geography Physical Geography Unit One Dictionary
Independent Practice: Design a Country You will dream up your own country and create a map of your country. The maps should show natural (rivers, mountains) and human- made (highways, major cities) features. Name your country. Include additional information like capitals, cities, etc. On the back of your map or on a sheet of paper write two paragraphs that describe the culture of your countrys people. Your culture should be affected by the countrys physical geography.
Exit Ticket In one paragraph (at least 5 sentences) … Explain the difference between cultural and physical geography. Also explain how physical geography can affect cultural geography.