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Geography and Change Unit 1, Lesson 3
Smart Start 1.What city is located at 35.5N and 45 E? 2.What is the approximate absolute location of the airport? 3.What is the relative location of the airport? 4.Circle and label the TODALS located on this map.
Today’s Objectives SWBAT explain the difference between human and physical geography. SWBAT compare and contrast adaptation and modification.
Keep in mind… Let’s be Reflective! In our lesson today, we’re going to study how things affect each other and how people respond all over the world. Let’s use this as an opportunity to reflect on our own lives so that we can make connections with the types of responses we have.
Vocabulary: Geography Geography is the study of the world and how it works.
Vocabulary: Human Geography Human geography is the study of how people interact with the world.
Important Questions What is the definition of human geography in your own words?
Physical Geography Physical geography is the study of the landforms and climate of the world.
Important Questions! What is the definition of physical geography in your own words?
Hmm…Big Thoughts Make a prediction! How do you think physical geography and human geography are related?
Northeastern Native Americans The Iroquois Confederacy was an alliance of Native American groups that spoke similar languages. The groups lived near each other in what is now New York State, in the Great Lakes region, surrounded by forests, lakes and mountains. The Iroquois call themselves the Haudenosaunee, meaning “people of the longhouse.” Longhouses were dwellings large enough to house several families. They were made from a wooden frame covered with tree bark. Nearby forests also provided materials the Iroquois used to make bark containers and wooden canoes. Walls of upright poles were often put up around villages to keep out intruders. The Iroquois hunted, fished, gathered wild foods, and raised corn, beans, and squash. Women were responsible for tending the crops. The groups of hunters temporarily moved to the forests to hunt deer. Spring runs of fish drew families to nearby streams and lake inlets, where canoes were a common form of transportation.
Important questions! 1. How are physical and human geography related? 2. What are examples that prove what you said is true? 3. Was your prediction right? If it was, how did you know? If it was not, what are you going to remember now to get it right in the future?
Group Work Read and annotate the paragraph, marking the examples of the human and physical geography. Write a 1-2 sentence summary about the physical and human geography. Then, answer the questions that follow each paragraph.
Independent Work Read and annotate the paragraph, marking the examples of the human and physical geography. Write a 1-2 sentence summary about the physical and human geography. Then, answer the questions that follow each paragraph.
Hmm…Big Thoughts SO, how does physical geography impact human geography?
Check you out! SWBAT explain the difference between human and physical geography.
Vocabulary: Adaptation Adaptation is when people change to fit the physical geography (environment).
Vocabulary: Modification Modification is when people change the physical geography (environment) to fit their needs.
Important Questions How are adaptation and modification similar? How are adaptation and modification different?
Gallery Walk 1. Grab a writing utensil and your notes. 2. You will have a partner. 3. No more than FIVE to a station. 4. At each station, write down the station number in your notes and then answer the questions. 5. You have to find at least ONE adaptation station AND ONE modification station. 6. You can have no less than THREE DIFFERENT STATIONS before your time is up.
Independent Work Explain what adaptation and modification are, providing at least ONE example of each. Then, compare and contrast adaptation and modification. Finally, explain how adaptation and modification are connected to human and physical geography. Minimum of SIX sentences.
Check you out! SWBAT compare and contrast adaptation and modification.
Exit Ticket Silent classroom
Challenge Question! What do you think is best – adapting or modifying? Why?