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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) A. What.

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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) A. What is the large mountain range on the Western Coast of South America. B. What type of economic activities could occur in a rainforest?

2 1. Objective (READ) SWBAT identify the four vertical climate zones.

3 1. Objective (READ) SWBAT identify the four vertical climate zones. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION)

4 Latin America Warm-ups DateQuestion of the Day Warm-up 1/6What are the four vertical climate zones?

5 1. Objective (READ) SWBAT identify the four vertical climate zones. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION) 3. Warm-up (ANSWER) A. What is the large mountain range on the Western Coast of South America. B. What type of economic activities could occur in a rainforest?

6 Latin America Warm-ups DateQuestion of the Day Warm-up 1/6What are the four vertical climate zones? A. Andes Mountains = large mountains. B. You could earn money in a rainforest by extracting the natural resources.

7 Procedures Review A) Silent Procedure – When to get silent 1) When the timer goes off 2) When the teacher counts down to zero B) Ending of class 1) Answer your Question of the Day or Exit Ticket 2) Remain in your seat until the bell rings 3) Dont line up at the door or stand in the middle of the room.

8 Notebook Setup Notebooks = 50 cents or bring in your own Requirements: 1. CHAMPs charts written/taped behind front cover of notebook 2. Table of Contents at the front of your notebook. 3. Each Unit: - Cover Page - Map taped behind the Cover Page - Warm-up Pages - Lesson Notes - Assignments taped in READ ONLY

9 CHAMPs System This system is used to set up classroom procedures for each activity. READ ONLY

10 C - Conversation Can I talk? If yes to whom? How loud? How will I know when to be silent? READ ONLY

11 ConversationNone, raise a hand to speak, write stuff in the margin to say during commercial break Help Activity Movement Participation Activity Teacher Instruction (TI)

12 H - Help If I need help what do I do? Where do I look? Is it ok to help others when I am finished? What does that look like? READ ONLY

13 ConversationNone, raise a hand to speak, write stuff in the margin to say during commercial break HelpRaise hand, notebook, text, NO other kids Activity Movement Participation Activity Teacher Instruction (TI)

14 A - Activity What am I doing? What is the finished product? What is step one? READ ONLY

15 ConversationNone, raise a hand to speak, write stuff in the margin to say during commercial break HelpRaise hand, notebook, text, NO other kids ActivityTaking notes, hearing directions, explaining info, important news Movement Participation Activity Teacher Instruction (TI)

16 M - Movement Can I get out of my seat? If yes, how? READ ONLY

17 ConversationNone, raise a hand to speak, write stuff in the margin to say during commercial break HelpRaise hand, notebook, text, NO other kids ActivityTaking notes, hearing directions, explaining info, important news MovementNO, no bathroom during TI, pencil I will say wait or give you one Participation Activity Teacher Instruction (TI)

18 P – Participation What does it look when Im doing it right? What does it look like if its done wrong? RightWrong READ ONLY

19 ConversationNone, raise a hand to speak, write stuff in the margin to say during commercial break HelpRaise hand, notebook, text, NO other kids ActivityTaking notes, hearing directions, explaining info, important news MovementNO, no bathroom during TI, pencil I will say wait or give you one ParticipationRight = silent, writing, awake Wrong = talking, not writing Activity Teacher Instruction (TI)

20 Table of Contents DateTitleLesson # 12/7Russia after Communism46 12/8Final Review47 **LATIN AMERICA** 1/5Cover Page48 1/6Vertical Climate Zones49 1. Create a new page and title it Vertical Climate Zones 2. Label it number 49

21 Latin America – Physical Geography Generalization - The physical geography of Latin America impacts its economic activities. READ ONLY

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24 A. Vertical Climate Zones: Different crops grow at different elevations The HIGHER the elevation, the COLDER the climate. Different economic activities occur in different climates.

25 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

26 A. Vertical Climate Zones – p. 208 Directions: 1. Sketch a mountain 2. Label the vertical climate zones - Include the elevation 3. Sketch two examples of the economic activities that could occurr in each zone For Tierra Helada do somehting with a a llama

27 A. Vertical Climate Zones – p Sketch a mountain 2. Label the vertical climate zones - Include the elevation 3. Sketch three examples of economic activities that could occur in each zone. - Do this for each of the four climate zones. - You must incorporate all four levels of economic activity in your examples. - For Tierra Helada you must incorporate the llama

28 Exit Ticket 1) Answer the Question of the Day in your notebook like usual. 2) Rank the following countries in terms of their economic activities. Consider their location in relation to the Andes Mountains and the types of economic activities that could occur in their vertical climate zones. - Ecuador, Argentina, Bolivia - Use the physical map on p. 191 to identify the location of the countries in relation to Andes Mountains.

29 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

30 READ ONLY

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

32 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.

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

34 El Nino – Research Analysis (K) 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

35 Exit Ticket 1. Answer the Question of the Day in your notebook like normal. 2. Which aspect of Latin Americas physical geography is worse, El Nino or Vertical Climate Zones. Explain your decision.


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