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  1. Conflict & Cooperation 7th Grade Social Studies

  2. Conflict & CooperationLaunch Day To Do: Write down your homework, Get out your contract & matrix from last night…clear 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

  3. Student Learning Map Topic: Conflict & Cooperation Key Learning: When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result. Unit EQ: How does conflict and cooperation among people influence territorial control?

  4. Go to Conflict & Cooperation Notebook file for activities

  5. 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

  6. 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 • Each Theme • Definition of each theme • Example of each theme • Topic & conclusion sentences * These things are to be first organized, then written in a letter using CORRECT letter format.

  7. 5 Themes Absent Student Letter Rubric

  8. Conflict & CooperationLEQ: How do physical features affect where humans settle? To Do: Get out your homework from last night & your student learning map Agenda: (For today’s 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

  9. Student Learning Map Topic: Conflict & Cooperation Key Learning: When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result. Unit EQ: How does conflict and cooperation among people influence territorial control? Copy this

  10. 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 _________________________.

  11. $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)

  12. 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?

  13. Conflict & CooperationLEQ: How do physical features affect where humans settle? DAY 2 To Do: Get out homework from last night, Open your journal, write down tonight’s 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

  14. 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.

  15. 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

  16. 4 Climate Zones(copy this into your journal)

  17. Africa’s 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.

  18. Now that you have seen each climate zone of Africa complete your chart 5 minutes independently 3 minutes with your partner to compare

  19. 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

  20. Should look like this Tropical Wet Tropical Wet & Dry Activities: Activities: Arid Semi Arid Activities: : Activities:

  21. Conflict & CooperationLEQ: 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

  22. 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

  23. Lets Extend your ThinkingRAFT ACTIVITY Directions: Pick 1 from each column then complete the assignment by using the format you picked!

  24. RAFT Rubric

  25. Conflict & CooperationLEQ: How does geography influence the culture of civilizations? To Do: Get out Vocab sheet from Monday night, RAFT assignment from yesterday, write down tonight’s homework & get out student learning map Agenda: • Warm Up • Discovering Africa’s Cultural Diversity presentation (teachtci.com): Components of Culture Homework: 3,2,1 Africa

  26. Student Learning Map Topic: Conflict & Cooperation Key Learning: When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result. Unit EQ: How does conflict and cooperation among people influence territorial control? Copy this

  27. Warm Up: Previewing Vocab Which word would you use to categorize each column of words? Culture or Civilization Culture or Civilization LAWS LEADER POPULATION REGION LANGUAGE INSTITUTIONS RELIGION ART

  28. Warm Up: Previewing Vocab Culture or Civilization Culture or Civilization LANGUAGE INSTITUTIONS RELIGION ART LAWS LEADER POPULATION REGION NOW EXPLAIN WHY?

  29. Discovering Africa’s Cultural Diversity • Write down 3 things you think about when you hear the term “culture” • Turn to your neighbor and share what you wrote • 2’s stand up, what did the 1s say they think of when they hear the term “culture”

  30. Go to teachtci.com To see components of culture slideshow

  31. LANGUAGE The words and systems that are common to the people who live in the same community, country, geographical area, or same culture.

  32. RELIGION • Organized system of beliefs and rules used to worship God or gods.

  33. INSTITUTIONS • Organizations and customs that give structure to society (the buildings they take place)

  34. ARTS • Ways to express culture: painting, sculpture, writing, dancing

  35. Exit Ticket We have learned about the components of culture today so based on the lesson: On a post it record which component of culture you feel is the most important and describe why?

  36. 3,2,1 Africa This is homework copy it down to complete in complete sentences 3 Components of culture & explain 2 examples of the components in your life 1 Way you predict geography will influence Africa’s culture

  37. Conflict & CooperationLEQ: How does geography influence the culture of civilizations? To Do: Get out last night’s homework Agenda: • Warm Up • Discovering Africa’s Cultural Diversity presentation (teachtci.com): Cultural Diversity in Africa varies dependent on the geography • Stations Activity Homework:

  38. Vocabulary Practice • Complete the Discovering Africa’s Cultural Diversity vocab practice handout • 5 minutes independent • 5 minutes with your partner. • Share-out

  39. Stations Activity As you are at each station follow these directions • Look at the images carefully. In the matrix summarize what you see in each image • With your group predict what you think each image shows about this country’s culture • Read the description of the country. Record at least 3 things you learned about each component of culture.

  40. The most important thing… From the different African countries I read about today the most important thing I noticed about their culture is ___________________________ because _______________________________________.

  41. Conflict & CooperationLEQ: How does geography influence the culture of civilizations? To Do: Get out your packet from last week on the Africa countries Agenda: • Warm Up: Review • Complete Stations Activity (last 2 stations) • Summarize • 5W+H (common assessment) Homework: none

  42. Warm Up List the countries you studied on Thursday, tell me something new you learned about each.

  43. VIEW SLIDES 26-29 TEACHTCI.COM; DISCOVERING AFRICA’S CULTURE DIVERSITY

  44. Summarize • Pick 2 of the countries that you studied • Compare their cultures: Be sure to include information on all 4 components of culture

  45. 5W+H Who in Africa was affected by the geography? What ways did you see people adapt their culture to the geography? When you read the different country descriptions of Africa, what surprised you the most? Where did you see more traditional cultures within Africa? Why does culture vary so greatly in Africa? How does geography influence the culture of civilization?

  46. Conflict & CooperationLEQ: Why are regions difficult to define? To Do: Agenda: • Student Learning map • Warm Up (preview vocab), Vocab Matrix • Purpose of Regions Homework:

  47. Student Learning Map Topic: Conflict & Cooperation Key Learning: When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result. Unit EQ: How does conflict and cooperation among people influence territorial control? Copy this

  48. Go to Conflict & Cooperation Notebook file for Vocab Preview

  49. REGION FOLDABLE Step 1: Draw a rectangular box at the top of you your paper Step 2: In the box write the word REGION Step 3: Fold the paper down the middle to make 2 columns Step 4: Letter alphabetically A-M down the left side of your paper Step 5: Letter alphabetically N-Z down the left side of your paper