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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.

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1 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?

2 Table of Contents DateTitleLesson # 12/8Soviet Union – Economics44 12/11Modern Russia45 **LATIN AMERICA UNIT** 1/6Cover Page46 1/7Physical Geography47 1. Find the next available fresh page after your warm- ups, title it Vertical Climate Zones.

3 Latin America – Physical Geography

4 A. Vertical Climate Zones Intro: Different crops grow at different elevations The HIGHER the elevation, the COLDER the climate.

5 A. Vertical Climate Zones 4. Tierra Helada = frozen land 3. Tierra Fria = cold land 2. Tierra Templada = temperate land 1. Tierra Caliente = hot land READ ONLY

6 A. Vertical Climate Zones – p Sketch a mountain 2. Label the vertical climate zones - Include the elevation 3. Sketch two examples of the crops that are grown in each zone For Tierra Helada sketch a llama Sketch a diagram the explains vertical climate zones

7 B. El Nino How it happens: Ocean Current changes cause the Pacific Ocean water temperature to get warmer than normal This changes wind patterns The wind picks up water and dumps rain on South America

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9 B. El Nino Effects on South America: Flooding. Mudslides Reduces output by fishing industry

10 El 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.

11 B. El Nino - Frayer Definition (p. 57)Social Impact Economic ImpactPicture EL NINO

12 El Nino – Research Analysis Access the article below: Article Click 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 effects –It doesnt matter the breakdown of events just have 5 total, example: 4 positive, 1 negative –Identify whether each event is positive or negative


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