HOMEWORK


AP HUGE
Define and understand SITE SITUATION AND MATHEMATICAL LOCATION
WHAT IS A FORMAL REGION?
READ ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL MODIFICATIONS ESPECIALLY IN FLORIDA

MERCATOR
GOODE HOMOLOSINE
ROBINSON
RELOCATION, HIERARCHICAL, STIMULUS,CONTAGIOUS DIFFUSION
FINISH GUNS GERMS AND STEEL PART 2
Read and be prepared to answer reading prompts regarding Thomas Malthus and the epidemiology transition model
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/10/12/us/map-of-every-building-in-the-united-states.html
Compete FRQ packet
Complete thinking geographically ch 2
read ch 3 
review notes ch 3

Finish Lab work Major assignment
HOMEWORK
START TO OR CONTINUE TO READ
CH 3:
Name an economic, social, and environmental “push” factor (three in all) that make people migrate, and explain each one. Do the same for three “pull” factors. Power point project

Continue to read ch 3 study the 10 prompts given for the multiple choice quiz. Prepare to work on 2 FRQs regarding international migration and Americans internal migration history

ETHNIC FOOD JOURNAL

Due 12/13

 

  1. Eat an ethnic food that you have never tried before.
  2. Where does this food originate?
  3. Think geographically: What are the geographical and historical reasons that this ethnic food is found in that part of the world?
  4. Take a photograph of you eating the food.

 

Reflection:

  1. Where did you get the food?
  2. What are the ingredients?
  3. What were your expectations?
  4. Why have you not tried it before?
  5. Would you eat it again?

How do the Nacirema feel about the human body?

What does ritual reflect on in term of globally?

Do you think that the charms and magical potions used by the Nacirema really work?

Can you list those aspects of social life in which magic plays an important role?

What is your opinion regarding the importance of body ritual?

What would you say to Nacirema?

Do you think the Nacirema themselves feel that their behaviors sometimes appear bizarre?


Parent consent form
Drive By Geographer Project due 1/9/19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Directions: Read each questions below and answer all parts in complete sentences. While a formal essay is not required, it is not enough to answer a question by merely listing facts. Illustrate your answers with substantive geographic examples where appropriate. Be sure that you number each of your answers, including individual parts, on the separate sheet of lined paper as the questions are numbered below.

 

**Answers will be graded using AP College Board Rubric.

 

 

 English is the most widely used language in the world, thus becoming the world’s lingua franca.

A. Define the term “lingua franca.”

B. Identify and describe ONE historical factor that contributed to the worldwide use of English.

C. Identify and explain TWO examples that show how globalization is contributing to English becoming the world’s lingua franca.

 

 

Directions: Read each questions below and answer all parts in complete sentences. While a formal essay is not required, it is not enough to answer a question by merely listing facts. Illustrate your answers with substantive geographic examples where appropriate. Be sure that you number each of your answers, including individual parts, on the separate sheet of lined paper as the questions are numbered below.

 

**Answers will be graded using AP College Board Rubric.

 

Walls and other barriers built by countries to establish their borders are some of the oldest and most controversial elements in the cultural landscape.

 a. Identify three examples of walls or other barriers built by countries in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

b. Explain the purpose of one of the examples you identified in part a.

 c. For each of the categories listed below, discuss a consequence faced by countries as a result of walls or other barriers established along their borders. i. social or political ii. economic iii. Environmental

 

 

 

 

 

 

Directions: Read each questions below and answer all parts in complete sentences. While a formal essay is not required, it is not enough to answer a question by merely listing facts. Illustrate your answers with substantive geographic examples where appropriate. Be sure that you number each of your answers, including individual parts, on the separate sheet of lined paper as the questions are numbered below.

 

**Answers will be graded using AP College Board Rubric.

 

 

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  1. 1.A. Define the following terms as they are used in population geography (4 points):

 

  1. refugee
  2. push and pull factors
  3. international and internal migration
  4. voluntary and forced migration

 

B. Based on the figure above and Chapter 3 of Rubenstein’s The Cultural Landscape, what are two countries that have high numbers of internal refugees and what are two regions that contain major flows of international refugees? (Mention from where and to where the flows are occurring) (4 points)

 

C. Explain the major push and pull factors for two countries on the map that have a large number of internal and/or international refugees. (4 points)

 

 

Directions: Read each questions below and answer all parts in complete sentences. While a formal essay is not required, it is not enough to answer a question by merely listing facts. Illustrate your answers with substantive geographic examples where appropriate. Be sure that you number each of your answers, including individual parts, on the separate sheet of lined paper as the questions are numbered below.

 

**Answers will be graded using AP College Board Rubric.

 

 A large proportion of urban residents in the megacities of the periphery of the world system live in squatter settlements.

A. Describe a typical location of squatter settlements within urban areas of megacities on the global periphery.

B. Describe two factors that contribute to the formation of squatter settlements.

 C. Give a detailed account of THREE consequences of the rapid growth of squatter settlements. The three consequences you discuss may be social, economic, political or environmental.

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Directions: Read each questions below and answer all parts in complete sentences. While a formal essay is not required, it is not enough to answer a question by merely listing facts. Illustrate your answers with substantive geographic examples where appropriate. Be sure that you number each of your answers, including individual parts, on the separate sheet of lined paper as the questions are numbered below.

 

**Answers will be graded using AP College Board Rubric.

 

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  1. The population pyramids above represent two countries at different stages of the demographic transition and economic development.

 

  1. Explain the demographic characteristics of each country above with respect to the demographic transition model. (2 points)

 

  1. Discuss ONE positive impact of EACH country’s population structure on its economic development. (2 points)

 

  1. Discuss ONE negative impact of EACH country’s population structure on its economic development. (2 points)


WORLD HISTORY
Complete half of the Michelangelo worksheet
Exploration worksheet

Triangle Trade Poster Project 100 Point Major Assessment
B day due 12/11/18
A day due 12/12/18

 

You will be completing a poster that illustrates the trade between Europe, Africa and the Americas from the 1500’s through the 1800’s (commonly referred to as “Triangle Trade Routes”).  Using internet resources, as well as Chapter 4 (section 3) of your textbook, you will create a colorful map depicting various aspects of this trade, particularly the involvement of European nations in the African slave trade.

 

Your poster must have the following (at minimum):

 

  • A drawing & explanation of one piece of navigation equipment used by sailors
  • Arrows depicting the flow and description of goods traded between each point
  • Depiction of what the “Middle Passage” was like
  • At least two countries involved in the trade & how
  • The importance of Brazil to Portugal
  • Description of the major crops involved in the trade
  • Locations & dates for significant places & events

 

The rubric below will be used to assess your project:

 

Effort, Attitude, & Use of Time:

4- Excellent attitude, effort, and thought put into project; used all of class time to work on project

3- Good attitude, effort, & thought put into project; used most of class time to work on project

2- Effort, attitude, and use of time need improvement

1- Very poor effort, attitude, & use of time

 

Craftsmanship & Neatness/ Spelling & Grammar:

4. Excellent craftsmanship & overall presentation, extra finishing touches, no errors in spelling or grammar

3- Quality craftsmanship & overall presentation, well finished, very few errors in spelling or grammar

2- Craftsmanship & finishing of work need more time & effort, some errors in spelling or grammar

1- Poor craftsmanship & finishing of final project, many errors in spelling or grammar

 

Historical Content & Accuracy:

4- Much thought put into idea of project; extra research put into accurate supporting details

3- Thought put into idea of project, good amount of research & details demonstrated

2- Limited thought put into project; limited research, few details, some inaccuracies

1- Little or no thought put into project; little or no details & research, many historical inaccuracies

 

Knowledge of Topic:

4- Creatively demonstrates thorough understanding and knowledge of project & topic

3- Demonstrates adequate understanding & knowledge of project and topic

2- Demonstrates some understanding/knowledge of project or topic, but could be more

1- Demonstrates little or no understanding/knowledge of project or topic 





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