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LOCATION. LOCATION ENDURING UNDERSTANDING: The student will understand that location affects a societys economy, culture, and development.

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1 LOCATION

2 LOCATION ENDURING UNDERSTANDING: The student will understand that location affects a societys economy, culture, and development.

3 LOCATION ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: What are some examples that demonstrate how location affects your societys economy, culture, and development? What are some examples that demonstrate how location affects your societys economy, culture, and development? Why do people eat different foods in different parts of the world? Why do people eat different foods in different parts of the world? Why are big agricultural farms located in middle and southern GA, but not in northern GA? Why are big agricultural farms located in middle and southern GA, but not in northern GA?

4 PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND CONSUMPTION

5 ENDURING UNDERSTANDING: The student will understand that production, distribution, and consumption of goods/services produced by the society are affected by the location, customs, beliefs, and laws of the society.

6 PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND CONSUMPTION Who can describe/define production? Who can describe/define production? Who can describe/define distribution? Who can describe/define distribution? Who can describe/define consumption? Who can describe/define consumption? Write the definitions in your notes as students as the answers are discussed.

7 PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND CONSUMPTION ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: What are the elements that make up an economy? What are the elements that make up an economy? How are the things you want to buy produced? How are the things you want to buy produced? How do stores get the things you want to buy? How do stores get the things you want to buy? How do you decide what to buy? How do you decide what to buy? What factors determine the price of the things you want to buy? What factors determine the price of the things you want to buy?

8 PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND CONSUMPTION Activity In your notes, make four (4) columns. Label the columns: BreakfastLunch Dinner Snacks Under each column, list what you had for each meal yesterday. Then out beside each food, write where you think it originated. The next two slides will tell you where some foods come from.

9 Where does your food come from? Where does your food come from? Did you know that much of the food you eat Did you know that much of the food you eat travels half way across the world travels half way across the world before it ends up at your local grocery store? before it ends up at your local grocery store? Coffee & Tea Coffee & Tea Coffee Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, and Guatemala. Coffee Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, and Guatemala. Tea Sri Lanka, India, China, Japan, and Kenya. Tea Sri Lanka, India, China, Japan, and Kenya. Juice Juice Orange juice Brazil is the largest suppler of orange juice to the U.S. Orange juice Brazil is the largest suppler of orange juice to the U.S. Apple juice Argentina, Chile and China. (40% of apple juice comes from China.) Apple juice Argentina, Chile and China. (40% of apple juice comes from China.) Veggies 35% comes from overseas Veggies 35% comes from overseas Lettuce U.S. Lettuce U.S. Carrots U.S. Carrots U.S. Tomatoes U.S., Mexico, and Canada. Tomatoes U.S., Mexico, and Canada. Potatoes U.S. Potatoes U.S. Dried beans U.S. and Mexico. Dried beans U.S. and Mexico. Garlic 50% from China. Garlic 50% from China. Fruits 43% comes from overseas Fruits 43% comes from overseas Apples 94% from U.S. (The rest from Chile, New Zealand and Canada.) Apples 94% from U.S. (The rest from Chile, New Zealand and Canada.) Bananas Costa Rica, Ecuador, Colombia, Guatemala, and Honduras. Bananas Costa Rica, Ecuador, Colombia, Guatemala, and Honduras. Oranges Most from U.S. (In winter, some from South Africa and Australia.) Oranges Most from U.S. (In winter, some from South Africa and Australia.) Pineapples U.S. (Hawaii) and Central America. Pineapples U.S. (Hawaii) and Central America. Strawberries Mexico. Strawberries Mexico. Apricots, avocados, grapes, kiwifruit, limes, mangoes, nectarines, papayas, peaches, pineapples, plums, Apricots, avocados, grapes, kiwifruit, limes, mangoes, nectarines, papayas, peaches, pineapples, plums, strawberries, tangerines: U.S., Mexico, Chile, the Philippines, and Thailand. strawberries, tangerines: U.S., Mexico, Chile, the Philippines, and Thailand. Seafood 84% comes from overseas Seafood 84% comes from overseas China is the leading exporter of seafood to the U.S. China is the leading exporter of seafood to the U.S. Shrimp Thailand, 33%; China, 12%; Indonesia, 10%; Ecuador, 10%; Vietnam, 8%. Shrimp Thailand, 33%; China, 12%; Indonesia, 10%; Ecuador, 10%; Vietnam, 8%. Salmon China Salmon China Bay scallops China Bay scallops China Pacific cod China Pacific cod China Sardines China Sardines China Catfish China Catfish China Sea bass Chile Sea bass Chile Meat Meat Beef* 16% from Canada, Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand. Beef* 16% from Canada, Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand. Pork** 6% from Canada and Denmark. Pork** 6% from Canada and Denmark. Chicken U.S., Brazil, Thailand, and China. Chicken U.S., Brazil, Thailand, and China. In January 2007, China began selling processed chicken to the U.S. In January 2007, China began selling processed chicken to the U.S.

10 Dairy Dairy Milk U.S. Milk U.S. Butter U.S. Butter U.S. Eggs U.S. Eggs U.S. Yogurt U.S. Yogurt U.S. Grains Grains Wheat*** 94% of wheat is grown in the U.S. (The rest comes from Canada and Mexico.) Wheat*** 94% of wheat is grown in the U.S. (The rest comes from Canada and Mexico.) 94% of flour comes from the U.S. (The rest comes from Canada and Mexico.) 94% of flour comes from the U.S. (The rest comes from Canada and Mexico.) The U.S. is the worlds largest wheat exporter. The U.S. is the worlds largest wheat exporter. Rice U.S. Rice U.S. Nuts 54% of all tree nuts are imported. Nuts 54% of all tree nuts are imported. Almonds U.S. Almonds U.S. Brazil nuts Brazil Brazil nuts Brazil Cashews India. Cashews India. Hazelnuts U.S. and Europe. Hazelnuts U.S. and Europe. Peanuts**** U.S. Peanuts**** U.S. Pistachio U.S. Pistachio U.S. Pecans U.S. and Mexico. Pecans U.S. and Mexico. Walnuts U.S. Walnuts U.S. Oils Oils Corn oil U.S. Corn oil U.S. Canola Canada (Canola is short for Canada oil.) Canola Canada (Canola is short for Canada oil.) Olive oil Mediterranean countries (Italy, Spain, Greece, Tunisia). Olive oil Mediterranean countries (Italy, Spain, Greece, Tunisia). *Hamburgers at fast food restaurants like McDonalds are made of beef from Argentina. *Hamburgers at fast food restaurants like McDonalds are made of beef from Argentina. **Babyback ribs come from Denmark. **Babyback ribs come from Denmark. ***To make bread, noodles, spaghetti. ***To make bread, noodles, spaghetti. ****To make peanut butter. ****To make peanut butter. Sources: Sources: University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture (2006). University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture (2006).

11 MOVEMENT / MIGRATION

12 ENDURING UNDERSTANDING: The student will understand that the movement or migration of people and ideas affect all societies involved.

13 MOVEMENT / MIGRATION Who can define movement or Who can define movement or migration? migration? ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: How have your ideas, opinions, likes and dislikes changed since going from fifth grade to sixth? How have your ideas, opinions, likes and dislikes changed since going from fifth grade to sixth? What are some of the cultural differences (language/slang, foods, accents, sports, clothes, etc.) within different regions of the United States? What are some of the cultural differences (language/slang, foods, accents, sports, clothes, etc.) within different regions of the United States? What are some of the reasons that people move? What are some of the reasons that people move? How do people change when they move from one place to another? How do people change when they move from one place to another?

14 MOVEMENT / MIGRATION READ: The Great Katrina Migration article Write 2 paragraphs discussing how the migration/movement of citizens of New Orleans affected New Orleans and the cities where the refugees relocated. Consider these questions while writing: How will the traditional New Orleans Creole culture change due to the migration? How will the traditional New Orleans Creole culture change due to the migration? Do you think the cities where New Orleans refugees relocated will be affected? How?

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