World Geography Complete Hands On Unit Package Common Core/Inquiry Based NO PREP

World Geography Complete Hands On Unit Package Common Core/Inquiry Based NO PREP
World Geography Complete Hands On Unit Package Common Core/Inquiry Based NO PREP
World Geography Complete Hands On Unit Package Common Core/Inquiry Based NO PREP
World Geography Complete Hands On Unit Package Common Core/Inquiry Based NO PREP
World Geography Complete Hands On Unit Package Common Core/Inquiry Based NO PREP
World Geography Complete Hands On Unit Package Common Core/Inquiry Based NO PREP
World Geography Complete Hands On Unit Package Common Core/Inquiry Based NO PREP
World Geography Complete Hands On Unit Package Common Core/Inquiry Based NO PREP
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Here is an entire HANDS ON/EDL Unit for Mapping the Globe/ World Geography

The outcomes that are met are listed below:

7.1.1 Mapping the Globe
Explain the purpose of latitude, longitude, parallels, and meridians.

Locate the time zones on a world map and explain their purpose.

Explain standards related to time zones.
Include: International Date Line, Universal Time, local time.

Compare the accuracy of various map projections and describe their influence on perceptions of the size and importance of the continents.
Examples: Goode, Mercator, Peters, Robinson, polar...

7.1.2 The Global National Environment
Locate on a world map the continents, major landforms, and major bodies of water.
Locate on a world map and describe the major climatic and vegetation zones.
Appreciate the diversity of the global natural environment.


Global Population Trends

Locate on a world map the major population clusters and explain the relationship between population distribution and the natural environment.

Locate on a world map the major francophone countries.

Identify factors that influence the movement of people around the world.
Examples: environmental, economic, political, social...

Identify on a world map the more and less developed nations and explain why a nation is considered to be more or less developed.
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PowerPoint that accompanies the lesson can be purchased for $1.00. Everything you need for your unit is right here. Please view the preview file!

Several cross curricular connections between subjects

This package includes, Powerpoints,, Pumpkin Globe Project with rubric, videos, hands on lesson plans, bulletin boards ideas, links to Conservation International videos, Poster Project and so much more!
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21 pages
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Teaching Duration
3 months
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