Teachers are provided with 16 in-depth lessons to help their students explore and understand physical patterns in a changing world. Topics covered are landforms, water systems, vegetation regions, climate regions, and challenges presented by the physical environment.
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-Research is not included for inquiry stations. Students must gather the research themselves from a textbook, non-fiction books or online sources.
-This resource is NOT editable.
-Ontario Social Studies Curriculum 2013 Grade 7 Geography Strand A
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Grade 7 Geography Strand B
1. Why Study Geography? (As/For Learning)
2. Mapping Skills Review (For Learning)
3. Map of Canada Assignment (Of Learning)
4. What is Geography? (For/As Learning)
5. World Map Assignment (Of Learning)
6. Physical Characteristics of Landforms (As Learning)
7. Changes to Landforms (As Learning)
8. Landforms Quiz (Of Learning)
9. Land Reclamation Assignment (As/Of Learning)
10. Physical Characteristics of Water Systems (As Learning)
11. Changes to Water Systems (As Learning)
12. Characteristics of Climate Regions (As Learning)
13. Changes to Climate Regions (As Learning)
14. Climate Graph Creation Assignment (Of Learning)
15. Natural Vegetation Regions (As Learning)
16. Changes to Natural Vegetation Regions (As Learning)
17. Invasive Species Assignment (Of Learning)
18. Challenges and Opportunities Presented by Physical Environments (As Learning)
19. Group Scenario Learning (As Learning)
20. Natural Events Inquiry Stations (As/Of Learning)
21. Unit Test (Of Learning)
Other Grade 7 Social Studies Resources
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Grade 7 Geography Strand B
-detailed unit plan
-assessment for, of and as learning breakdown
-lessons divided up with title pages for easy access
-16 different lessons
-lots of variety and student choice on assignments
-detailed teacher and student directions
-Q Chart to help students formulate good questions
-inquiry-based learning (Research is not included for inquiry stations. Students must gather the research themselves from a textbook, non-fiction books or online sources)
-inquiry stations research folder cover pages
-inquiry station cards with detailed instructions
-inquiry station graphic organizers to help students with their research
-oral presentation assessment rubric
-geographic content assessment rubric
-writing assessment rubric
-a variety of assessment formats (inquiry, assignments, quiz and test)
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