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GEOGRAPHY:

These are the learning targets for Geography that we will be studying this semester:

Quarter 1

  • Describe and analyze the Five Themes of Geography and how human behavior impacts man-made and natural environments, recognize past and present results of these impacts, and predict the potential changes to our Earth.  Anticipated dates: August 29 - September 8
  • Locate and name the continents, opceans, cardinal direction, meridians, parallels, key, legend, and scale on a world map. Anticipated dates: September 12 - September 22
  • Locate and name exact locations using latitudes and longitudes. Anticipated dates: September 26 - September 29
  • Explain what climate is analyze the wind and water movements around the earth. Anticipated dates: October 4 - October 6

Quarter 2

  • Describe and Analyze the fine climates zones and describe characteristics of the vegetation and other elements of the climate. Anticipated dates: October 17 - October 20
  • Describe and explain the four parts of geography, explain how the people effect the soil, and identify the effects of pollution. Anticipated dates: October 25 - October 28
  • Define what culture means and how the differences of religion and government relate to culture then evaluate issues related to human population and its growth, identify resources, and why countries trade with each other, and how technology has changed the world. Anticipated dates:  October 31 - November 8
  • Locate and identify the six regions in the U.S. and their resources. Anticipated dates: November 9 - November 17
  • Identify and create a project about a country to be presented to the class. Anticipated dates: November 28 - December 16

 

 

 

 

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