Presentation on theme: "1. Come in get journals, (spirals,bok) from crate 2. Copy today's objective and copy the focus 3. Answer this think question: If you could be anywhere."— Presentation transcript:
1. Come in get journals, (spirals,bok) from crate 2. Copy today's objective and copy the focus 3. Answer this think question: If you could be anywhere in the world, where would you choose to live and why?.... Describe the type of land features and climate as well. Objective: To use your current knowledge to rationalize a choice. Focus: How to defend a choice with logic and support.
Leave your notebooks alone…. Just have one clean piece of paper to be headed correctly, name, date, and period # Line up for Pictures When you return, Get a map of the fifty United States from the container under the drawers for collecting papers. Begin placing the appropriate abbreviations on each state in Pencil. Then….. Label the oceans around the United States. In pencil…… follow map rules….
Learning Objective Students will discover the landforms of the continents and apply relative location on a map or globe. Focus: Identifying and labeling the 7 continents and the oceans. 1. Come in get your notebook: 2. on the left side of your notebook copy: Geography, compass rose, continent, globe, Equator and relative location. 3. you will look copy the form on the projector and teacher will explain how to do vocabulary words. 4. Map work……
Learning objective: TSWBAT identify and use cardinal and intermediate directions in relation to geographic landforms and oceans Focus: TSWBAT use cardinal and intermediate directions and relate them to relative location ESL students will use reading,, writing, speaking and listening skills to achieve their goals. Agenda: 1 get notebooks 2 copy objectives and focus 3 vocabulary work… using forms 4. Review quizzes, 5. individual work and practice. Geography Compass rose Continent Globe Equator Relative location
Learning objective: TSWBAT identify and use cardinal and intermediate directions to locate continents and oceans. Focus: TSWBAT apply relative location to continents and oceans and use a compass rose ESL students will use oral, written, visual and auditory skills to obtain their goal. 1. What continent is south of the continent on which we live? 2. What continent is Russia located? 3. What is the largest continent? 4. What is the largest ocean?..
Learning Objective: : TSWBAT identify and use cardinal and intermediate directions in relation to geographic landforms and oceans AGENDA Have a pencil sharpened and an eraser Label your items on your test Take the test over landforms and oceans Place completed test into the collection bin on my desk. Two piles… test paper white tray, answer sheets clear tray. Take a worksheet and quietly and independently work on this until the end of class or you can read silently. **If you have not completed the technology quiz do that this weekend. If you don’t, I will built in time on Monday as well.
Objective: tswbat: identify and use the degrees of latitude and longitude to locate countries of the world through relative location. Focus: To use relative location and latitude to identify countries and places. Esl: The student will use oral, written, visual and auditory skills to obtain their goal. Think Question to answer: How do you define a hero? What qualities make a person a hero? Do you know any heroes? Agenda: after the think question, work on your vocabulary words from last week, add equator, globe, and latitude to your lists, And have your cornell note form ready to take notes.
Come in and quietly work on the worksheet for the lines of longitude. Individual, quiet work. Objective: To apply relative location and identifying the lines of longitude to locate items. Focus: To understand historical events from the past and connect the impact they have on our daily lives. Quiet and independent work.
Objective: tswbat: identify and use the degrees of latitude and longitude to locate countries of the world through relative location. Focus: To use relative location and latitude to identify countries and places. Esl: The student will use oral, written, visual and auditory skills to obtain their goal. Today: hand in longitude paper….. Complete which way worksheet and global fun. Work on completing all your vocabulary words Organize your notebook Study your vocabulary for a quiz tomorrow
Relative Location: A location of a place in relation to another place (i.e. south or downhill). Geography: The study of the earth, this includes studying location, regions, physical and human environment interaction and economy. Compass rose: a symbol on a map that tells you’re the cardinal directions ( n,s,e,w) Continent: a large land mass on earth, we have 7 continents Globe: a model of the earth that shows the shape, lands, distances, and directions Equator: imaginary line that circles the earth like a belt and separates the earth into 2 hemispheres. Latitude: the way to measure distance in degrees north and south of the Equator Degrees: A way to measure distance on a map using longitude and latitude. Prime Meridian: has a value of 0 degrees, runs from the North Pole to the South pole and is measured in 180 degrees East and West of the globe. Hemispheres: when the lines of latitude divide the earth into half spheres. Cartographer: the name given to people who study and draw maps.