Presentation on theme: "SWBAT identify the four vertical climate zones."— Presentation transcript:
1SWBAT identify the four vertical climate zones. 1. Objective (READ)SWBAT identify the four vertical climate zones.2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION)3. Warm-up (ANSWER)1. Name the large mountain range on the Western Coast of South America.2. What type of economic activities could occur in a rainforest?
2Table of Contents Date Title Lesson # 12/8 Soviet Union – Economics 44 12/11Modern Russia45**LATIN AMERICA UNIT**1/6Cover Page461/7Physical Geography471. Find the next available fresh page after your warm-ups, title it Vertical Climate Zones.
4A. Vertical Climate Zones Intro:Different crops grow at different elevationsThe HIGHER the elevation, the COLDER the climate.
5A. Vertical Climate Zones READ ONLYCOLD4. Tierra Helada = frozen land3. Tierra Fria = cold land2. Tierra Templada = temperate land1. Tierra Caliente = hot landHOT
6A. Vertical Climate Zones – p. 208 Sketch a diagram the explains vertical climate zones1. Sketch a mountain2. Label the vertical climate zones- Include the elevation3. Sketch two examples of the crops that are grown in each zoneFor Tierra Helada sketch a llama
7B. El Nino How it happens: Ocean Current changes cause the Pacific Ocean water temperature to get warmer than normalThis changes wind patternsThe wind picks up water and dumps rain on South America
9B. El Nino Effects on South America: Flooding. Mudslides Reduces output by fishing industry
10El Nino Clips Bolivia Clip 1. Create a title for the clip. 2. Write a caption that would describe the clip if you were to going to put it on youtube.
11B. El Nino - Frayer Definition (p. 57) Social Impact Economic Impact PictureEL NINO
12El Nino – Research Analysis Access the article below:ArticleClick where it says global impacts and choose additional articles if necessary.Task Create a list of the positive and negative effects of El Nino. Include at least five effectsIt doesn’t matter the breakdown of events just have 5 total, example: 4 positive, 1 negativeIdentify whether each event is positive or negative