AP Human Geography
WELCOME! 11/10/14
• Seats
• Notecards
– Name
– Parents Names
– 1 thing you learned from
being in high school this year
(academic, social, other)
– Something your proud of
– Something your are looking
forward to
– A joke
• LT: I can explain the
procedures of this class.
• Vocab: APHG
• Warm up ?: Where in the
world have you traveled?
– What was your favorite
location out of those?
– If money were no object where
would you like to live/travel?
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What is APHG?
Letter to Parents/Contract
Syllabus/Procedures
Scavenger Hunt
World Map- (Gone, $)
U.S. Map Test Friday
11/11/14 L.T. I can explain the layout of
my textbook
• FYI when I assign
homework, it should get
done the FIRST night .
Where are my weebly emails?
#majoritydisappointment
• Vocab:
– physical geography
– Human geography
• Warm up: Nature and
Perspective PPT
- something you
learned (content)
– Something you learned skill
for APHG
• Map Practice (test Friday)
• Teambuilding
• Book scavenger hunt +
assignment
• Why geography matters
• Map test Friday
11/12/14 I can explain why it is
imperative for a U.S. Student, in a
global world, to study APHG
• Contract due/Scavenger Huntturn in
• Weebly #halfwaythere
#livingonaprayer
• Warm up: Map Practice beat 3:18
• Happy Birthday Jovani!
• Why Geography Matters-Pick up
reading green bookshelf; use
annotation skills while reading
• 1 paragraph summary
• Map Practice (10 minutes)
• Vocab:
• Homework 4th period scavenger
hunt/study map test
– physical geography
– Human geography
• Monday 11/17Ch 1 Key Issues
Reading/Questions due
• Wednesday 11/19 Chapter 1 Key
Concept 2 + Vocabulary Quiz
• Friday 11/21 Chapter 1 Key
Concept 3
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11/13/14 I can explain how
geographers describe where things
are.
Globalization
Local diversity
Map
Place
Region
Scale
• Warm up: define human and
physical geography
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Monday 11/17Ch 1 Key Issues Reading/Questions due
Wednesday 11/19 Chapter 1 Key Concept 2 + Vocabulary Quiz
Friday 11/21 Chapter 1 Key Concept 3
• How to outline/answer key
questions
– Section 1= 12 pages you make
it 6 or less
• Chapter 1 Intro PowerPoint
– Place Game
• Geysers, Wolves, “Out West”
USA
– Where am i?
– Spy tracking
– Time zones
– Continents/oceans
Scavenger hunt due 4th period
Map test tomorrow
11/14/14 I can explain how
geographers describe where things are
• Sense of place
• Absolute location
• Relative location
• Latitude
• Longitude
• Equator
• Prime meridian
Learning Target sheet due today
Warm up: Clear your desk for map
• Monday 11/17Ch 1 Key Issues
Reading/Questions due
• Wednesday 11/19 Chapter 1 Key
Concept 2 + Vocabulary Quiz
• Friday 11/21 Chapter 1 Key
Concept 3
• Map Test
• Chapter 1 Intro PowerPoint
– Place Game (4th)
• Geysers, Wolves reintroduced, “Out
West” in the NW corner of Wyoming,
first national park in the US
– Where am I?
– Spy tracking
– Time zones
– Continents/oceans
11/18/14 I can explain how latitude
and longitude influence location +
time
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Ch 1 KI I Outline +Questions due
Vocab
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Absolute location
Relative location
Latitude
Longitude
Equator
Prime meridian
Warm up: What is absolute location?
What is relative location? How do you
measure latitude? How do you measure
longitude?
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Wednesday 11/19 Chapter 1 Key
Concept 2 + Vocabulary Quiz
Thursday
Friday 11/21 Chapter 1 Key Concept 3
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Note taking investigation
– Exchange with table partner
– Find another classmate
– What did they do on their notes that
you liked? 2-3 sentences at the bottom
of your notes
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Questions from homework that you
missed
Spy Tracking- #5 make sure you are
naming the Toponym (ASK!)
Time zones
Continents/Oceans
Sign up for Case Study Project- front
board- name, the neighborhood you
live in, state, 3 countries
Map work
11/19/14 I can use cartography skills
to draw a map of the classroom using
geographic
tools
Vocab:
-Greenwich, England/Prime
Meridian/meridian/longitude
-Equator/parallel/latitude
International date line- 180 degrees
longitude
• Warm up:
• vocab practice
• Ch 1 Section 2 ?’s due
• Friday 11/21 Chapter 1 Key
Concept 3 + ?’s due
• Library Monday + Tuesday for
Case Study Research
• If you’re not on infinite campus
you need to get there grades
added.
• What type of scale did you use on
your map activity? Ratio/fraction,
written or graphic?
• Chapter 1 notes
11/20/14 I can give examples of
techniques geographers use to describe
where things are
• Chapter 1 Key Concept 3
+ ?’s due tomorrow
• Case Study project in the
Library Mon/Tuesday due
Friday Dec 5th
• Chapter 1 test Dec 2nd
• Chapter 2 key issue 1 dec
3rd
• Chapter 2 key issue 2 dec
5th
• Vocab quiz
• Chapter 1 notes
11/21/14 I can explain how scale
MANIPULATES data
• Region
– Formal
– Perceptual/vernacular
– functional
• Sections/Township
worksheet
• Ch 1 notes
• Quiz
• Learning targets due
• Ch 1 section 3 due
11/24-25/14 Due December 5th- Case
Study Project
Chapter 1 quiz
Each student is assigned 5 locations- their neighborhood, a U.S. state, and three
countries. Students will use their locations as examples as they study the various
topics. Students act as our “in class” experts on each assigned location.
Geography: Its Nature and Perspective
Written and Visual reports
• i. Identify the relative and absolute location of your assigned U.S. state and
countries.
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ii. Find a different type of map for each of your assigned countries.
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iii. Find or create a map associated with the US and your assigned U.S. state that
illustrates scale.
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iv. Identify the regions (and their types) associated with your neighborhood,
assigned U.S. state, and assigned countries.
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v. Identify the climate type and key features (countries only)
12/1/14 I can explain cultural ecology.
• Vocab: environmental
determinism, possibilism
• You should have a study
group by now…
• Tutoring Monday +
Wednesday 2:30-3:30
• Case Study project due
Friday Dec 5th
• Chapter 1 test tomorrow
• Chapter 2 key issue 1 dec 3rd
• Chapter 2 key issue 2 dec 5th
Friday
• Signed grade sheet turned
in by Wednesday
• Quiz returned
• Chapter 1 ppt finished
• Chapter 1 review ppt
• Chapter 1 review
vocabulary
12/2/14 Rock the Test!
• Case Study project due
Friday
• Chapter 2 key issue 1
due tomorrow
• Chapter 2 key issue 2
due Friday
• After test Asia Map
labeled (test Monday)
Unit II. Population
An understanding of the ways in which the human population is organized geographically
provides AP students with the tools they need to make sense of cultural, political, economic, and
urban systems. Thus, many of the concepts and theories encountered in this part of the course
crosscut with other course modules. In addition, the course themes of scale, pattern, place, and
interdependence can all be illustrated with population topics. For example, students may analyze
the distribution of the human population at different scales: global, continental, national, state or
province, and local community.
Explanations of why population is growing or declining in some places and not others center on
understanding the processes of fertility, mortality, and migration. In stressing the relevance of
place context, for example, students may assess why fertility rates have dropped in some parts of
the developing world but not in others, and how age–sex structures vary from one country to
another.
[Ch 3]Analysis of refugee flows, immigration, internal migration, and residential mobility helps
students appreciate the interconnections between population phenomena and other topics.
Environmental degradation may prompt rapid out-migration and urbanization, in turn creating
new pressures on the environment. Refugee flows may be magnified when groups have no access
to political power because of the way boundaries have been drawn. Rapid immigration to certain
parts of the world fosters regional differences in industrial employment and political sentiment
toward foreigners. This part of the course also aids in our understanding of contemporary growth
trends by considering how models of population change, including the demographic and
epidemiological (mortality) transitions. Given these kinds of understandings, students are in a
position to evaluate the role, strengths, and weaknesses of major population policies. For
example, how might increasing the education levels of females lead to lower fertility?
• A. Geographical analysis of population
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1. Density, distribution, and scale
2. Implications of various densities and distributions
3. Patterns of composition: age, sex, race, and ethnicity
4. Population and natural hazards: past, present, and
future
• B. Population growth and decline over time and space
– 1. Historical trends and projections for the future
– 2. Theories of population growth, including the
Demographic Transition Model
– 3. Patterns of fertility, mortality, and health
– 4. Regional variations of demographic transitions
– 5. Effects of population policies
12/3/14 I can explain where the
world’s population is distributed
• Turn in Chapter 2 KI
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Vocab: overpopulation,
Ecumene,Arithmetic, physiological,
agricultural density, arable land
• Asia Map Practice/
test Monday
• Case study due
Friday
• Ch 2 Section 2 due
Friday
Chapter 1 test analysis
Action plan… “What will we do now?”
Results:
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30+- 3
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Less than 20- 5
4th
Chapter 2 notes
12/4/14 I can explain why global
population is increasing
• Asia Map test Monday
• Case study due Friday
• Ch 2 Section 2 due
tomorrow
• Ch 2 Section 3 due
Monday 12/8
• Ch 2 Section 4 due
Wednesday 12/10
• Tentative Test 12/12
• Warm up:
– What is population?
– Where is the most
populated REGION in the
world?
– Recall something else
you learned yesterday.
What was it?
• Map Practice
• Chapter 2 notes
continued
12/5/14 I can explain why the global
population is increasing
• Asia Map test
Monday
• Ch 2 Section 3
due Monday
12/8
• Vocab test
Tuesday
• Ch 2 Section 4
due Wednesday
12/10
• Tentative Test
12/12
• Thank you for e-mailing
your project I’ve been
getting them :0)
• Ch 2 KI 2 in turn in bin
• Warm up:
– Define Physiological
density.
– What density is depicted
in this chart?
• Vocab: NIR, TFR,
Population pyramid,
dependency ratio, sex
ratio
12/8/14 I can explain how to read a
population pyramid and decipher what
its trends implicate
• Map Test
• Academic Advising +
Grade sheet
• Ch 2 Section 3 due
• Vocab test Tuesday
• Ch 2 Section 4 due
Wednesday 12/10
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chronic disease
Life expectancy
Sex ratio
Dependency ratio
• Warm up: Summarize
our article about Fatima
from Friday. 1-2
sentences
12/9/14 I can explain how to read a
population pyramid and explain what
its trends implicate
• Academic Advising
Sheet out
• Ch 2 Section 4 due
tomorrow
• Signed Advising Sheet
due Thursday
• Tentative Test Friday
• Family Size
– 1st -2
– 4th – 4
– 5th- 2
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Warm up: CBR map
Population Pyramids
Vocab test
Chapter 2 notes
Demographic transition
model game
12/10/13 I can explain the
Demographic/Epidemiologic Transition
Models
• Ch 2 Section 4 due TODAY
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– Give a picture definition of
concentration: spread of something
over a given area
– & diffusion- spread of a feature or trend
from one place to another over time
– Why lower/higher CBR again? Give at
least 3 reasons
– Europe Map
• Signed Grade Sheet+ AA due
Friday 12/12
• Chapter 2Test 12/12
• Chapter 3 section 1 due
12/16
• Europe Map test 12/19
• Chapter 3 section 2 due
12/18
• Library 12/18-12/19 Case
Study II
Warm up:
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Vocab:
– Demographic transition model
– Epidemiological transition model
– Malthus
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Population Pyramids Wrap up
Demographic transition model
Dice
12/11/13 I can explain the
Demographic/Epidemiologic Transition
Models
• Warm up:
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• Signed Grade Sheet+ AA
due Friday 12/12
• Chapter 2Test Bumped
Monday
• Chapter 3 section 1 due
12/16 Tuesday
• Europe Map test 12/19
• Chapter 3 section 2 due
12/18 Thursday
• Library 12/18-12/19 Case
Study II
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Europe Map (conferences)
What does stage 1 look like of DTM?
What does stage 2 look like?
What does the DTM measure?
British man becomes first person to visit all 201 countries...
WITHOUT using a plane
Graham Hughes, 33, used buses, taxis, trains and his own two feet
to travel 160,000 miles in exactly 1,426 days - all on a shoestring of
just $100 a week
Yesterday he trudged into Juba, the capital of South Sudan, to end
the epic journey that began in his hometown of Liverpool on New
Year's Day 2009
Spent four days 'in a leaky boat' to reach Cape Verde, was jailed for
a week in Congo, and was 'saved from Muslim fundamentalists by a
Filipino Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2239087/Graham-Hughes-British-manperson-visit-201-countries-WITHOUT-using-plane.html#ixzz3LYldz100
• Vocab:
– Demographic transition model
– Epidemiological transition model
– Malthus
12/12/14 I can explain the
Epidemiologic Transition Models
• Signed Grade Sheet+ AA
• Chapter 2Test Monday
• Chapter 3 section 1 due 12/16
Tuesday
• Europe Map test 12/19
• Chapter 3 section 2 due 12/18
Thursday
• Library 12/18-12/19 Case Study II
• Warm up:
– Malthus theory
– Marxist theory?
– What is Epidemiologic Transition
Model?
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Europe
Epidemiologic
Ted talk
Disease
Ted Talk
Review Game
• Chapter 3 KI ?’s on the weebly in
an effort to save PAPER! Going
GREEN
12/15/14 I can rock the population
test
• Signed Grade Sheet+ AA
• Chapter 3 section 1 due
12/16 Tuesday
• Europe Map test 12/19
• Chapter 3 section 2 due
12/18 Thursday
• Library 12/18-12/19
Case Study II
• Ch 2 test
• Europe map
• Ch 3 sect 1 questions
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12/16/14 I can explain why migration takes
place
Europe map practice
– Test friday
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Ch 3 Sect 2 due Thursday
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migration
Chain migration
Circulation mobility
Seasonal mobility
Warm up: Who in here was born in
another country or has dual
citizenship? (tell Kovacs)
The concepts I know the best so far
are…
The concepts that are most
difficult so far are…
Enrique’s journey/Inocente
Chapter 3 introduction
Themes for chapter
Chapter 3 themes
Population movement
– 1. Migration selectivity
– 2. Major voluntary and involuntary migrations at
different scales
– 3. Theories of migration, including push and pull
factors, human capital, and life course
– 4. International migration and refugees
– 5. Socioeconomic consequences of migration
12/17/14 I can explain why migration
takes place
• Chapter 3 Sect 2 due
tomorrow
• Come get your picture
taken
– 1) born in a country
outside of the USA
– 2) dual citizenship
• Map practice
• Enrique’s Journey
• Chapter 3 notes
• CASE STUDY 2 Due
January 9th
• Chapter 3 section 3 due
Monday 1/5/15
• Chapter 3 section 4 due
Wednesday 1/7/15
• Chapter 3 test Friday
1/9/14
12/18-12/19/14
• Case Study II Library
Research
• 12/19 Europe Map test
1/5/15 Welcome back! I can explain the
format of a Free Response Questions (FRQ)
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No tutoring today, meeting. See you
Wednesday
Sending an e-mail subject line APHG
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Chapter 3 section 3 due Today
Academic advising sheets missing from many
of you…
Europe Map Retest (after school only)
CASE STUDY 2 Due January 9th
Chapter 3 section 4 due Wednesday 1/7/15
Vocab Quiz Wednesday
Chapter 3 test Friday 1/9/14
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Papers Returned
Essay Revise/Obama & Cuba
FRQ examples
How to write an FRQ
How to write an FRQ
Essay 1
Food is required for survival.
A. Describe your favorite food and explain why it
is your favorite.
B. Describe your least favorite food and explain
why it is your least favorite.
What do you do now?
At a glance…looking for
Information
1) Label A., B., C.
2) Answer the question by
restating it in the first
sentence for each A., B., C.
3) State, Explain, Apply
1/6/15 I can write an FRQ using format
STATE, EXPLAIN, APPLY
Mobility, net migration, circulation, interregional
migration, intraregional migration
What does the migration stream map depict?
-Cuba Article- ask me
Chapter 3 section 4 due tomorrow
Key issues etiquette- don’t skimp
on details
Vocab quiz tomorrow
Academic advising sheets*
Parent Phone calls
-May 15th- “To conquer frustration, one must
remain intensely focused on the outcome, not
the obstacles.”
― T. F. Hodge
If it was easy, every freshman at Fern Creek
would be taking APHG. You can do it!
How to write FRQ/Practice
Chapter 3 notes
Vocab review
1/8/15 I can explain the logistics of
how and why people migrate
Unauthorized/undocumented immigrants
Chain migration
Quotas
Brain drain
Guest workers
The movement of people from Nigeria, Cameroon, Togo
and Gabon to the Americas in the sixteenth, seventeenth
and eighteenth centuries is an example of
chain migration
Circular migration
Cluster migration
Forced migration
Voluntary migration
The most rapidly growing minority group in the US is
Asian
Hispanic
native American
black/African American
European
Population pyramids visually depict:
a populations age and economic composition
A country’s dependency ratio
The ethnic composition of a population
A country’s population density
The carrying capacity and overcrowding in a country
• Ch 3 test tomorrow
• Questions about case study 2
• Have your FRQ peer edit on your
desk
• Have chapter 3 section 4
questions on your desk
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Review Ch 3 vocab quiz
NAFTA
Ch 3 Notes
CH 3 Review game
1/9/15 rock the Migration test
• Chapter 3 test
• Learning target sheets
turned in
• Ch 4 questions new
format
– Section 1 due Monday
– 2,3,4 due Friday
1/12/15 I can define social customs
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Custom, folk culture, popular culture, habit, taboo, terroir
Name places of culture/social customs in Louisville
What social customs do you practice with your family?
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Thank you for APHG subject line w/Email
• PLEASEEEEE start underlining/highlighting
vocab in your assignments or we will be
doing flash cards!
• Make sure you are still outlining chapter
not just answering a few questions.
• Missing Rubrics to case study 2- how to
grade?
• Chapter 4 key issues 2, 3, 4 due Thursday
15th
• Friday – Substitute
• No School Monday
• Ch 4 outline out on your
desk
• 2 million minutes
• Austria/Krampus
• Amish
• No tutoring today, back to
doctor
Places of Culture in your great town of
Louisville, KY
• German American Club
• Churchill Downs
Grandson of William Clark
(Lewis and Clark)
• Islamic Cultural Center of
Louisville
• Tibetan Monks
• Throat singing
• Crane House
• Jewish Community Center
• What am I missing?
1/13/15 I can differentiate between
folk and popular culture
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Custom, folk culture, popular culture, habit, taboo,
terroir
2 questions from yesterday that you did not ask
Human geography is defined as the study of
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Which of the following best describes the likely
impact of a large, young, single migrant population on
its destination country?
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An increase in the aging population
An increase in births
A general increase in death rates
A decline in the carrying capacity of the host
country
An excess of deaths over births
“Singapore is located on an island at the northwestern end of the Straits of Malacca adjacent to the
Malay Peninsula” This statement is a description of
Singapore’s
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Human interactions with the physical environment
Human interactions with the cultural environment
Human interactions with the physical and cultural
environments
Human interactions within the natural landscape
Human interactions within the physical landscape
Site
Situation
Absolute location
Function
Geological history
Missing Rubrics to case study 2- how to grade?
Chapter 4 key issues 2, 3, 4 due Thursday 15th
http://abc7chicago.com/society/video
-young-boys-asked-to-slap-little-girlin-social-experiment/462246/
Sand Mandala
1/14/15 I can remediate my FRQ
Kovacs Ch 3 test 37 pts.
• 1st
• 31- 1
• 26 (70%)
• 23-5
• 19 4
• below 50% 4 -tutoring required
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• 26-3
• 23-4
• 19-6
• below- 10 - tutoring required
• 4 40, 5 30, 1 20
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26+ 3
23+ 5
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below 50% 6 tutoring required
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How to write an FRQ
Amish article
Chapter 4
1/15/15 I can differentiate between
folk and popular culture
• Custom, folk culture, popular
culture, habit, taboo, terroir
• What music do you listen to?
• Which social media do you
prefer to use? Why?
• What foods do you avoid? Do
you avoid because of taboos
or for other reasons?
• Do your food preferences
match the predominant ones
in your region?
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Chapter 4 reading ?’s
Scantron for ch 3
Amish Article
Signed grade sheet
• Ch 4 notes
1/16/15
• Substitute
• Folk/pop culture
National Geographic
• Material world picts
1/20/15 I can explain how music, sports and the
environment are influenced by folk/popular culture
• Vocab test tomorrow
• Custom, folk culture,
popular culture, habit,
taboo, terroir
• FRQ rewrites/peer edits
• Folk Project
• Ch 4 notes
• You will need a piece of
paper for todays
“classwork” Put the date
and your name on it.
Have it out on your desk.
• Chapter 4 test Thursday
• Ch 5 section 1 reading
due Friday
• HW: find 2 examples of
styles of homes. Snap a
photo with your phone
1/21/15 I can explain how housing and
environmental determinism are
influenced by folk/pop culture
• Environmental
determinism, imperialism
• New Seats
• Have your housing
examples ready to roll
during the vocab quiz
• Ch 5 section 1 due Friday
• Ch 4 test tomorrow
• Tutoring today!
• Vocab quiz
• Ch 4 notes finished
• Review game
1/22-1/23/15
• 1/22/15 Rock the Test
• Ch 5 section 1 due
tomorrow
• 1/23/15 Generation
Like notes for writing
prompt
• 5th period test
1/26/15 Participation in Academic
Advising
• Chapter 5 due KI’s due Friday
1/30
• AA sheet + grade sheet signed by
Wednesday
• Peer Edit
• Generation Like written response
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15 days left in the trimester
1st
30s- 3
20s-8
below 20-4
4th
30s- 4
20s-10
below 20-7
5th
30s- 1
20s-11
below 20-5
1/27/15 I can think linguistically
• Literary tradition
• Language
• Official language
• Signed Academic Advising
sheet due tomorrow
• Chapter 5 KI due Friday
• Chapter 5 test Friday or
Monday
• Weebly vocab + dialect quiz
• AP Exam $ due Feb 27th!
Start budgeting + reading
AP blue book
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Digital Insanity
2nd language speakers
Intro to German
British/Russian language
activity
• Intro to Chapter 5
• Phonetics/linguistics
1/28/15 I can explain how English
diffused/with dialectical changes
• Standard language
• Dialect
• Signed Academic Advising sheet
due
Language tree: 19 language families,
each has its own branches, each
branch has its own group, each
group has its own language, each
language has its own dialect
• Chapter 5 KI due Friday
• Chapter 5 test Monday
Focus your studies on spatial patters
associated (where, how diffused,
factor in power, conflict, humanenvironment interaction)with
different languages, rather than
memorizing facts about individual
languages.
• How English diffused
• Ch 5 notes
• AP Exam $ due Feb 27th! Start
budgeting + reading AP blue book
1/29/15 I can define a language family
Language family
Language branch
Language group
Language
Academic advising sheet
due
Chapter 5 test monday
• Language family tree
project
• http://www.italiantechn
icaltranslations.com/lan
guage-familygroups.htm
• http://aboutworldlangu
ages.com/languagefamilies
1/30/15 I can explain how languages
can cause conflict/conduct trade
Lingua franca, pidgin language, creolization,
topynym
Put the following terms in order of hierarchy:
dialect, family, language, groups, branches
Use the following words in a sentence:
multilingual states (countries), monolingual
states, linguistic minorities
West Germanic is an example of what part of the
language tree?
Explain the hierarchy of the Spanish language
Which language has the most speakers by
millions?
What are the two largest language families?
What language family has the most LANGUAGES?
Spanish and Portuguese are related because…?
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Warm up
Graphic organizer recap
Ch 5 notes finished
2/2/15 I can Rock the Language Test
• Academic Advising
sheets past due
• Chapter 6 religion due
Friday 2/6
• Chapter 6 + 7 Test Feb
16th (moved from the
13th)
• LT sheets need to have
Dates on them
• Chapter 7 ethnicity will
be due Feb 13th
• Chapter 6 vocab test this
week Wednesday
2/3/15 I can explain how and why
geographers study religion
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Universalizing religion
vs. ethnic religion,
hierarchical religion,
Branch, denomination,
sect, monotheism,
polytheism, animism
Make a list of religions
you know
What faith do you
consider yourself? How
often do you practice?
Formally? Or outside of
formal service?
Academic Advising
sheets past due
Chapter 6 religion due
Friday 2/6
LT sheets need to have
Dates on them
• Chapter 7 ethnicity
will be due Feb 13th
• Chapter 6 vocab test
this week Thursday
• Chapter 6 + 7 Test
Feb 16th (moved
from the 13th)
• Study for MIDTERM
exam. Re-read
notes, re-write
notes, study vocab
flash cards.
2/4/15 I can explain the origins of the
most popular religions
• http://quizlet.com/42658
683/cultural-landscapehuman-geography-ap-ch6-religion-flash-cards/
• Look at your table
partners Cornell notes.
What do they have
information wise? Same/
do you need to add
anything? How’s the
format?
• FRQ sample- what is good
about this FRQ?
• Vocab quiz tomorrow
• Chapter 6 due Friday
• Studying for Midtermcheck out study guide on
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2/5/15 I can explain the origins of the
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Religious symbols
Vocab quiz
Hijab
Religion packet notes
Snakes and ladders
• Chapter 6 questions
due tomorrow
2/6/14 I can explain why conflicts arise
among religious groups.
• Have ch 6 out on your desk
• Label the religions depicted here
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Pop quiz
Hindu Snakes and Ladders
Buddhism wrap up
Religious conflicts
Chapter 7 section 1 due Monday
Study for MIDTERM exam…?
Today’s Vocab
• Contagious diffusion
• Prime meridian
• Environmental determinism
• Vernacular region/perceptual region
• 66 days until AP Exam
2/9/15 I can explain why conflicts arise
among religious groups.
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Ch 7-1 out on your desk
• Religious Conflict
Ask me about Hijab- spoke to Najwa
• Hst Middle East clip
Friday
From India’s perspective… ask me
Today’s Vocab- define it
Agricultural density
Arithmetic density
• Chapter 7 due Friday
Census
• Study for MIDTERM exam…? 5 days
Demographic transition
• APHG college credit -65 days
Doubling time
You are stronger than you think you are
Ecumene- permanent human settlement and you can do more than you think you
can! - Leadville Motto
Epidemiologic transition
Industrial revolution
Medical revolution
Pandemic
Physiological density
Zero population growth
2/10/15 I can explain the three top ethnicities and
where they are distributed in the United States
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Cosmogony
Confucianism
Taoism
Sikhism
Bahai
Contagious diffusion: daily interactions
between believers in town and non
believers in countryside-conversion
and intermarriage
Short answer:
In what way(s) is Judaism an ethnic
religion?
How has religion been a sources of
territorial conflict among people?
How has the concept of pilgrimage
changed in the modern world?
Vocab quiz Thursday: apartheid,
balkanization, balkanized,
blockbusting, ethnic cleansing,
ethnicity, genocide, nationalism,
nationality, race, racism, racist,
sharecropper, triangular slave trade
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Asylum seeker
Circulation
Counterurbanization
Internal migration
Internally displaced person
International migration
Interregional migration
Intervening obstacle
Intraregional migration
Mobility
Net migration
Quotas
Refugee
Unauthorized immigrants
Voluntary migration
• Chapter 7 intro
• Study for MIDTERM exam…? 4 days
• AP Money due in 17 days!
• APHG college credit -64 days
You are stronger than you think you are and you
can do more than you think you can! - Leadville
Motto
India wedding, South
Sudan UN refugee Camp,
Indonesia tribute to
Damela temple; successful
harvest
STOP HERE
2/16/14
• Midterm Exam. Best of
luck May 15th!
3/5/14 I can explain where ethnicities are
distributed in the United States I can explain
migration patterns of ethnicities due to race and
ethnicity
• Chapter 7 section 3 DUE
• Chapter 7 section 4 due Friday
• Sub Monday/Tuesday
• Tuesday 3/11MIDTERM EXAM
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Custom
Folk culture
Habit
Popular culture
Taboo
• Warm up: define today’s vocab
terms
• Muslim women article due
• FRQ discussed
• 4th
Jordan, Katie P. Zane, Makenzie, Yara,
Conforti, Kenneth
• 5th
• 100% Cory, Pearl (YOU ROCK!), Rodrigo,
Senita, Denis
Exit Slip
3/6/14 I can explain migration patterns
of ethnicities due to race and ethnicity
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Sub Monday/Tuesday
Tuesday 3/11MIDTERM EXAM
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Creole/Creolized language
Denglish/Spanglish/Franglais
Dialect
Ebonics
Extinct language
Isogloss
Isolated language
Language branch
Language family
Language group
Lingua franca
Literary tradition
Logogram
Official language
Pidgin language
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3/7/14 I can explain why conflicts arise
among ethnicities
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Chapter 7 section 4 due
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Agnosticism
Animism
Atheism
Autonomous religion
Branch
Caste
Denomination
Ethnic religion
Fundamentalism
Ghetto
Hierarchical religion
Missionary
Monotheism
Pilgrimage
Polytheism
Sect
Universalizing religion
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3/10/14 I can define ethnic
cleansing/genocide with examples
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Apartheid
Blockbusting
Centripetal force
Ethnic cleansing
Ethnicity
Genocide
Nationalism
Nationality
Race
Racism
Racist
Sharecropper
Triangular slave trade
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Chapter 7 wrap up
Assassination of Archduke
Chapter 7 vocabulary terms
Review questions
3/11/14
• Midterm Exam
• Good Luck to ALL
students in APHG Part B
and on May 13, 2014.
May the evidence be
always in your written
response.
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