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1. Objective (READ) SWBAT identify the location of major physical features. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION) 3. Warm-up (ANSWER) A. Why is the US a rich country? B. What are the benefits of being a rich country?
Table of Contents DateTitleLesson # 9/22Population Distribution17 9/23Developed vs. Developing18 9/27Supply and Demand19 **US/Canada Unit** 9/30US Cover Page20 1. Make a new page called US Cover Page. 2. Label it page 20.
Directions 1. Go to the next available fresh page in your notebook. 2. Title it US COVER PAGE. 3. Turn it over. 4. Title that page MAP 5. Turn it over. 6. Title the next 2-3 pages US WARM-UPS
US Warm-ups DateQuestion of the Day Warm-up 10/1
US and Canada
US Unit 1. Economics and Natural Resources – What made the US rich? 2. Immigration – Why people move to the US 3. Migration – Why people move in the US 4. Urbanization – Why people live in cities 5. Infrastructure – Used to be good, now its not so good, what do we do? READ ONLY
US Cover Page Directions: –TURN BACK TO YOUR COVER PAGE Your cover page should include the following… 1. Title 2. Pictures - that represent the US/Canada or the essential questions. 3. Essential Questions Chart (on the next slide) READ ONLY
Essential QuestionPrediction (Do now) Picture (Do now or on REV day) Final Answer (Do on REV day) 1. How do regional differences impact migration? 2. What made the US rich? Directions - L: - Complete the first column. - Leave the others blank until we review. - Add pictures to your cover page that represent US/Canada.
Essential QuestionPrediction (Do now) Picture (Do now) Final Answer (Do on REV day) 1. How do regional differences impact migration? 2. What made the US rich? 3. How did urbanization change the US? Directions - K: - Complete the first two columns. - Leave the others blank until we review. - Add a picture for each essential question.
Table of Contents DateTitleLesson # 9/28Population18 9/29Essay Rules19 **US AND CANADA UNIT** 10/1US Cover Page20 10/1Cut-Away Boxes21 1. Go to the next fresh page. 2. Write the title Cut-Away Boxes
What are they? Cut-Away Boxes: – Provide detailed explanations about physical features on a map –Are worth the most points on a map Open a book to p. 121 and look at the examples for the Mississippi River. READ ONLY
How to do them… Procedures 1. Must be in a complete sentence. 2. Cant cover a physical feature that is graded. 3. Must have an arrow pointing to the physical feature in the question.
Practice #1 Question: What is the economic importance of the Canadian Shield?
The Canadian shield is important economically because it is a major source of minerals and other natural resources.
Your turn Question: Why is the Mississippi River so important economically? Task Answer this question as a cut- away box to your map