conflict & cooperation 7 th grade social studies
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- CONFLICT & COOPERATION 7 th Grade Social Studies
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- Conflict & Cooperation Launch Day To Do: Write down your homework, Get out your contract & matrix from last nightclear your desk of everything else Agenda: - Complete interactive warm up (see conflict & cooperation notebook file) -Preview vocab & Student Learning Map for the unit -Summary Homework: Absent student letter, must contain information explaining each of the 5 themes
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- Concept: Geographical Influence Concept: Regions Concept: Territorial Conflict & Cooperation Lesson EQ: How do Geographers use the 5 themes to organize information and what are their characteristics? How does geography affect where humans settle? How does geography influence the culture of civilizations? Lesson EQ: Why are regions difficult to define? Why is defining the structure of a region into the category of formal, functional, or perceptual helpful? What determines the core, domain, and periphery of regions? Lesson EQ: How do political and cultural borders differ? In what ways does conflict and cooperation among people divide the earths surface into distinctive cultural and political territories? Vocabulary: 5 Themes Culture Civilization Vocabulary: Core, Domain, Periphery, political boundaries, cultural boundaries, territorial boundaries Vocabulary: Conflict, Cooperation Key Learning: Unit EQ: Topic: Conflict & Cooperation Student Learning Map When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result. How does conflict and cooperation among people influence territorial control?
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- Summary Time! Give me an Aha? (something new you learned) on the 5 Themes today Give me a Huh? (a question you still have) about the 5 Themes or about something you are wondering about what you will learn
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- Homework Absent Student Letter Directions: Write a letter to an absent student explaining what you learned in class today. I realize that most of this is review, but to show me you recall the 5 themes and what they mean I want you to include in your letter the following 1. Each Theme 2. Definition of each theme 3. Example of each theme 4. Topic & conclusion sentences * These things are to be first organized, then written in a letter using CORRECT letter format.
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- 5 Themes Absent Student Letter Rubric EXPERTPROFESSIONALNOVICE 5 THEMESAccurate description of the 5 themes Correct information is given but 1 theme is inaccurate 2 or more themes are inaccurate CONSTRUTING SUPPORT FOR 5 THEMES Develops an organized and well supported argument that gives examples for all 5 themes Develops an organized argument but is lacking 1 or 2 examples Argument makes a point but needs more examples missing at least 3 PRODUCTOrganizer creates a well thought out paper with less than 3 grammatical errors. Organizer communicates reasoning but is lacking details paper has 4-6 grammatical errors Organizer is not supportive to the paper & grammatical errors are found throughout.
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- Conflict & Cooperation LEQ: How do physical features affect where humans settle? To Do: Get out your homework from last night & your student learning map Agenda: (For todays activities see notebook file Conflict & Cooperation) -Copy SLM -Warm Up -Population Distribution Video -Population Distribution Frayer -Google Earth $2 summary Homework: 5 Themes Wrap Up
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- Concept: Geographical Influence Concept: Regions Concept: Territorial Conflict & Cooperation Lesson EQ: How do Geographers use the 5 themes to organize information and what are their characteristics? How does geography affect where humans settle? Lesson EQ: Vocabulary: 5 Themes Culture Civilization Vocabulary: Key Learning: Unit EQ: Topic: Conflict & Cooperation Student Learning Map When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result. How does conflict and cooperation among people influence territorial control?
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- Identify what each of these pictures are showing? Complete the following sentence based on the picture below Each of these pictures are an example of _________________________.
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- $2 Summary Using the information you learned today and the knowledge you have on our region create a $2 summary as to how the geography of our region would entice people to live here. (each word is worth 10 cents)
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- Predict/Preview Journal Entry With 7 Billion people in the world, what do you for see as being some of the future implications on our planet?
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- Conflict & Cooperation LEQ: How do physical features affect where humans settle? DAY 2 To Do: Get out homework from last night, Open your journal, write down tonights homework Agenda: - Journal - Adapting to Climate Zones in Africa a) 4 video clips (found on teachtci.com) b) Climate zone chart -Summary Foldable Homework: Adapting to climate zones in Africa vocab handout
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- Journal Entry List 10 things that you typically do every week. You might include daily routines, such as riding the bus to school. Or you might include activities like going to soccer practice.
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- Adapting to Climate Zones in Africa In order to address the next two LEQs How do physical features affect where humans settle? & How does geography influence the culture of civilizations? We will use the climate zones of Africa
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- 4 Climate Zones (copy this into your journal) CLIMATE ZONE How my routines would change TROPICAL WET TROPICAL WET & DRY SEMIARID ARID
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- Africas Climate Zones To preview the four climate zones you will be watching a series of four video clips. For each Climate zone, write down 2 ways your routines and activities might be different if you lived there.
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- Now that you have seen each climate zone of Africa complete your chart CLIMATE ZONE How my routines would change TROPICAL WET TROPICAL WET & DRY SEMIARID ARID 5 minutes independently 3 minutes with your partner to compare
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- Summary Fold your paper so you have 4 boxes At the top of each box write each of the climate zones For each climate zone: 1. Draw a picture to represent it 2. List 3 activities that can be done in this climate zone (example: farming) 3. Predict how the climate will affect culture in this area
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- Should look like this Tropical Wet Tropical Wet & Dry Semi Arid Arid Activities: : Activities:
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- Conflict & Cooperation LEQ: How do physical features affect where human settle? DAY 3 To Do: Agenda: - Adapting to Climate Zones in Africa a)Climate Zone Stations - RAFT activity Homework: Complete your RAFT
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- Climate Zone Stations There are 4 stations At each station you will read about the physical environment of that station. After reading: 1. Shade in the climate zone on the map of Africa and fill in the key 2. Complete the questions for that zone
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- Lets Extend your Thinking RAFT ACTIVITY ROLEAUDINECEFORMATTOPIC Child living in Africa Adult living in Africa News Reporter in Africa A child in the U.S. An adult in the U.S. Yourself (the role you picked) Future Tourists Letter Diary/Journal Entry Newspaper article Tropical Wet Tropical Wet & Dry Semiarid Arid Directions: Pick 1 from each column then complete the assignment by using the format you picked!
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- Accuracy Information, details in RAFT always accurate. Properly reflects information, ideas, and themes related to the subject. Provides accurate information in RAFT but could use more support. Provides information in RAFT that has some inaccuracies or omissions. Provides information in RAFT that is incomplete and/or inaccurate. Perspective RAFT maintains clear, consistent point of view, tone, and ideas relevant to role played; ideas and information always tied to role and audience. Explains how character would feel about the event(s). Shows little insight into how character would feel or act during the event(s). Does not accurately develop characters, thoughts or reactions to the event(s). Focus RAFT stays on topic, never drifts from required form or type; details and information are included that are pertinent only to developed purpose. Spends most of the RAFT discussing issues on topic, but occasionally strays from the focus. Spends some time discussing issues off topic. Spends most of RAFT on issues that do not directly deal with the RAFT chosen.
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- Conflict & Cooperation LEQ: How does geography influence the culture of civilizations? To Do: Get out Vocab sheet from Monday night, RAFT assignment from yesterday, write down tonights homework & get out student learning map Agenda: - Warm Up - Discovering Africas Cultural Diversity presentation (teachtci.com): Components of Culture Homework: 3,2,1 Africa
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- Concept: Geographical Influence Concept: Regions Concept: Territorial Conflict & Cooperation Lesson EQ: How do Geographers use the 5 themes to organize information and what are their characteristics? How do physical feature
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