CALENDAR GEOGRAPHY- CARR

Week 12 June 12 - 16


Monday, June 12

  • Paris climate accords
  • Group discussion

Tuesdsay, June 13

  • show website: what do 7 billion people look like; world population by the billions (in pop folder), pop Curve graphic
  • Warm UP: PART 1: Is the planet over populated? How do you know? What evidence is there to support your answer?
    PART 2: What problems come from over-population?
  • Pop curve, label 3 changes

Wednesday, June 14

  • Pop Curve, back page
  • Part 1:  Based on your understanding of population growth (birth rate vs death rate), what do you propose to control the planets rapidly rising population?
  • Part 2: List everything you know about Australia

Thursday, June 15

  • Finals - per. 2 & 3

 

see winter 15/16

http://www.npr.org/2016/05/14/478040492/native-americans-relocation-from-louisiana-home-first-climate-change-refugees


Week 11 June 5 - 9


Monday, June 5

  • All missing work due Friday!
  • Climate Change packet - get through document B

Tuesday, June 6

  • Warm Up #16:What is the cause of global climate change?  Explain.
  • Climate change packet - overview + article analysis - get through article H
  • All missing work due Friday!

Wednesday, June 7

  • Warm Up # 17: What is the problem with climate change? Include examples.
  • Warm up check (per. 1 and 3)
  • Warm up period 1
  • Group Article Reviews + Thought Organization Activity
  • All missing work due Friday!

Thursday, June 8

  • All missing work due Friday!
  • Review bucketing activities (pg 107 & 125)
  • Complete Climate Change Organization Sheet (write on page 129-130)

Friday, June 9

  • Finish climate packet + organization sheet (turn in at end of period)
  • Complete missing work
  • PEr. 3 - Paris climate accords

http://www.npr.org/2016/05/14/478040492/native-americans-relocation-from-louisiana-home-first-climate-change-refugees


Week 10 May 30


Monday, May 30

  • warm up # 14:Explain the role of disease in conquest.  How did disease help and hurt different groups of people.
    1. Discuss Small Pox (who did it hurt?  Who did it help?  How?)
    2. Discuss Malaria (who did it hurt?  Who does it still hurt now?  How/why?  Why is Malaria still a problem today?)
  • Notes
  • Activity: Malaria vs. Smallpox

Tuesday, May 31

  • Warm Up # 15: Who's responsibility is it to help conquered people (people who were colonized) who have many problems and struggle to get out of poverty?  What should be done to help these people?  Even if you don’t think other countries are responsible, how could they help?
  • Finish GGS Notes
  • finish small pox vs malaria
  • Study Activities

Wednesday, June 1

  • finish civilization notes
  • review test

Thursday, June 2

  • GGS test

Friday, June 3

  • Current Event #3

 

finish malaria questions period 1 and 3


Week 9 May 22 - 26


Monday, May 22

  • Warm up #13: How were the Spanish able to conquer the Inca despite being greatly outnumbered? Explain.
  • finish GGS #2 vid
  • Middle East Map Activity (see assignment list)

Tuesday, May 23

  • per. 1 - finish map activity (10 minutes)
  • Notes
  • Story of Small Pox

Wednesday, May 24

  • Warm Up # 14: Why did diseases like small pox have such a huge impact on native people in the Americas? Why didn't the native people of the Americas pass diseases onto the Spanish? Why were the Europeans less impacted by disease than the native people of the Americas?
  • Notes

Thursday, May 25

  • Notes
  • GGS episode 3

Friday May 26

  • Notes
  • GGS episdode 3

Week 8 May 15 - 19

Monday, May 15

  • warm up #10: Why do you think Europeans (white people) were able to conquer and take over much of the world? Why didn’t Native Americans or Africans conquer the world like the Europeans? What do you think allowed the Europeans to do this?
  • GGS episode #1

Tuesdsay, May 16

  • water quiz makeups
  • Warm up #11: What is advanced civilization?  What qualities make up an advanced civilization?
  • Review through #3 on video sheet

Wednesday, May 17

  • Activity: Define Geo Luck, clarify with examples (make chart on board)
  • Notes: civilization, geographic luck

Thursday, May 18

  • Review Geo luck - what is it? Who has it? Who does not? Why?
  • Finish notes - through geo luck
  • GGS episode 2 + viewing guide

Friday, May 19

  • Warm up #12: Explain how and why Europe is considered geogrpaphically lucky.
  • Notes
  • Finish episode 2
Week 7 May 8 - 12

Monday, May 8

  • Finish video: per. 1 and 2
  • Water facts activity
  • Water Notes

Tuesday, May 9

  • Warm up #8: Regarding water…  “What we do today will impact availability tomorrow…”  Explain what the author means by this statement.  Give an example and explain.
  • Assign group # - 10 state solutions article - write down solutions for your 2 assignmed cities
  • Group share (did not finish)

Wednesday, May 10

  • finish city solutions
  • building cities like a sponge - put on city solutions list
  • water vocab list

Thursday, May 11

  • Warm Up # 9: Is the way humans currently use water SUSTAINABLE? Why or why not?
  • Finish water vocab
  • Water notes
  • Water study guide
  • Group Water Activity???

Friday, May 12

  • Water Quiz
  • GGS?

 

 

Week 6 May 1 - 5

Monday, May 1

  • Aral Sea Essay - see instructions on assignment page.

Tuesday, May 2

  • Finish Aral Sea - Turn into google classroom for your period

Wednesday, May 3

  • Who owns water? Can you own water? Why or why not? What gives people, a nation, or state the right to control water? 
  • google earth Deschutes River drainage
  • diagram flow sunriver - bend - Redmond - discuss issue
  • Article - Why Colorado River stopped flowing

Thursday, May 4

  • Warm up #7: How / why does competition for resources create conflicts? Evidence/example?
  • finish article, answer questions
  • Video: Death of a River

Friday, May 5

  • Current Event - follow link on assignment page. Make sure to find an article that is long enough with plenty of info. Complete all parts of current event form fully, front and back. Due end of period.
  • If finish early, work on missing assignments.

 

 

Week 5 April 24 - 28

Monday, April 24

  • Aral Sea Investigation - finish graphs, examine charts, read issues out loud
  • Answer questions - on screen (final_questions_packet)

Tuesday April 25

  • warm up #5:Describe why the Aral Sea is shrinking (both human and natural factors).  List 2 problems associated with the shrinking Aral Sea.
  • Finish Questions
  • Propose solutions

Wednesday, April 26

  • Review what makes an effective solution list
  • Finish Solutions group work - research?

Thursday, April 27

  • Study Guide
  • Research Solutions
  • Create class list solutions

Friday, April 28

  • Activity: Answer the following:

    1. How are the human and physical systems interconnected?  How do they affect one another?
    2. What will happen to the Aral Sea region if people don’t work on fixing the issues?
    Class list solutions
  • Justify best solutions
  • start essay

 

Week 4 April 17 - 21

Monday, April 17

  • New seating chart
  • Map practice
  • Map Quiz Tuesday
  • Per3:

    Current event: West side – MOAB –
    East Side – U.S. Air strike in Syria

    who, what, when, where, why?  Why is this event important?  What do you think will happen in the future from it? Do you agree with the U.S. action?

Tuesday, April 18

  • Map Quiz
  • Aral Sea investigation

Wednesdsay, April 19

  • U.S. states map quiz - Friday
  • Aral Sea Investigation

Thursday, April 20

  • Aral Sea investigation (finish # 5)

Friday, April 21

  • U.S. States Map quiz
  • Aral Sea Investigation (through # 11)

 

Week 3 April 10 - 14

Monday, April 10

  • 10 Map games - learn states - Sate map test Friday
  • Aral Sea Investigation
  • Warm Up#4: What is a resource?  Is a lake a resource?  How and why?  Explain the different ways lakes are valuable for humans.
  • resource notes
  • kazakhstan vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M05zOGMJQi0

Tuesday, April 11

  • teacher journey - career week
  • map skill builders - staple maps together in a packet with questions. It will help!
  • period 3 group share
  • map activities

Wednesday, April 12

  • per. 1 - review lat/long,
  • per. 2 ready for worksheets, brief review + practice
  • Per. 3 - hand out worksheets, let students figure out

Thursday, April 13

  • scale and seasons
  • work time

Friday, April 14

Week 2 April 3 - 7

Monday, April 3

  • Warm Up #2:Where were you for Spring Break?  Describe the geography of that area during spring break. If you did not go anywhere, than describe the geography of another area you have been to. 
  • Curent Event: where to find, hand out form to absent students
  • State map pretest
  • Finding Gold Activity

Tuesday, April 4

  • Warm Up: Write one paragraph that answers the following question: If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?  Why? 3 reasons plus explanation
  • Notes - 5 themes
  • Pick a country


Wednesday, April 5

  • Review Notes
  • 5 Themes Project
  • Research Time

Thursday, April 6

  • 5 themes country research time
  • Review directions, useful links, final checklis

Friday, April 7

  • 1/2 period work time
  • 1/2 period share
  • (per. 1 partial, per. 2 partial, per. 3 did not do. Should have waited till Monday, had students practice states.

 

 

 

 

(Pair share: main reason for protest

  • show NYT map
  • Warm UP #1: Part 1: What is Geography?
    Part2: Why is it important to study geography?
    Part 3: Describe the geography of Redmond. Be detailed and specific.
  • Class review of warm up - write answers on board
  • Notes: geo definition +
  • Finding Gold Activity - Questions: What makes a map useful? What about a map makes it understandable? What are the qualities of a map that make it easier to read?
  • Warm Up: What can we learn from maps?
  • Map activity

 

  • Map warm up?
  • Finding Gold?
  • state map test
  • Review answers to pretest
  • Current event - geography?
  • Standing Rock Activity - Group Work (see overhead - discuss gov. options)

 

State pre-test???

Week 1 March 20 - 24

Monday, March 20

  • Welcome!
  • Popsickle sticks + seating chart
  • Geography Pretest / Google earth - Countries of N. America - what is America? why do people speak Spanish in Mexico? Portuguese in Brazil? English in the U.S.?
  • Circle questions + high five (energizers)

Tuesday, March 21

  • warm Up: Please take out a piece of notebook paper and answer following on your own, silently:
    1. Geography is the study of the earth and its people.  What kinds of things do people study in geography?  Make a list…
  • Syllabus rules (presentation)
  • Who Am I? My personal geography.
  • Activity: circle bag toss race (work together / play together) (energizer)
  • Debrief


Wednesday, March 22

  • Warm Up overview (what are warm ups, how to organize ((warm up # + date))
  • Warm Up #1: Describe the geography of Redmond. Be detailed and specific.- how does this fit with our definition of geogrpahy?
  • Class website + calendar (show class how to access and utilize website + calendar)
  • Map Activity:
    • Part 1: On your own paper, answer following questions: Warm Up: What can we learn from maps? Make a list.
    • Part 2: Map activity - see assignment on assignment page (only had 15 minutes)

Thursday, March 23

  • per. 1 - map activity
  • per 2 &3 finish map activity
  • Show gun maps
  • debrief

Friday, March 24

  • state map quiz
  • current event 1

 

 

 

 

(Pair share: main reason for protest

  • show NYT map
  • Warm UP #1: Part 1: What is Geography?
    Part2: Why is it important to study geography?
    Part 3: Describe the geography of Redmond. Be detailed and specific.
  • Class review of warm up - write answers on board
  • Notes: geo definition +
  • Finding Gold Activity - Questions: What makes a map useful? What about a map makes it understandable? What are the qualities of a map that make it easier to read?
  • Warm Up: What can we learn from maps?
  • Map activity

 

  • Map warm up?
  • Finding Gold?
  • state map test
  • Review answers to pretest
  • Current event - geography?
  • Standing Rock Activity - Group Work (see overhead - discuss gov. options)

 

State pre-test???