Geo Week 10

7th Grade Geography Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

7.) Classify spatial patterns of settlement in different regions of the world, including types and sizes of settlement patterns

 

o   I CAN Use a make and read a map that explain relationships and environments among people and places.

o   Diamond chart covering Turkey

o   map/ history / geography and culture

o   The student will read through ch 17 section 2 about the county of turkey and use the diamond chart as their notes.

o

Tuesday

 

ACOS Objective #

5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam.

o   The student will read through ch 17 section 2 about the county of turkey and use the diamond chart as their notes.

o   o start the other side of the chart about Israel.

Wed

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

7.) Classify spatial patterns of settlement in different regions of the world, including types and sizes of settlement patterns

o   Make on Israel side of the chart

o   News about Israeli election

o   Video: understanding the Israeli Palestinian conflict

o   I CAN Interpret processes and reasons for regional change, including land use, urban growth, population, and trade.

Thurs

 

ACOS Objective #

5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam.

o   work on Israel side of the chart

o   understanding the Israeli Palestinian conflict.

o   Pick a side writing Why can’t they get along.

o

Friday

 

ACOS Objective #

5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam.

o   Diamond chart covering Lebanon

o   map/ history / geography and culture

o   The student will read through ch 17 section 4 about the county of Lebanon and use the diamond chart as their notes.

o

 

Gov week 10

7th Grade Civics Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Review

o   I CAN explain the influence the Magna Carter and the English Bill of Right on the US government today.

o

Tuesday

 

ACOS Objective #

1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.

o   Quiz 3 questions

o   the Mayflower Compact

o   the House of Burgesses

o   Students will take note out of the old book and add to their timeline.

o

Wed

 

ACOS Objective #

1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.

o   the Mayflower Compact

o   the House of Burgesses

o   Students will take note out of the old book and add to their timeline.

o   Class elections: how the did you become a member of the House of Burgesses.

o

Thurs

 

ACOS Objective #

1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.

o   the Mayflower Compact

o   the House of Burgesses

o   Students will take note out of the old book and add to their timeline.

o

Friday

 

ACOS Objective #

1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.

o   the Mayflower Compact

o   the House of Burgesses

o   Students will take note out of the old book and add to their timeline.

o

 

Geo 9

7th Grade Geography Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday

 

ACOS Objective #

 

 

o   Teacher work.
Tuesday

 

ACOS Objective #

5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam.

o   Ch 17 section read aloud and talk to your neighbor about the geography of southwest Asia

o   Check map pg. 298 old book

o   Check map pg 411 new book

o   Check ch 17 voc.

Wed

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

7.) Classify spatial patterns of settlement in different regions of the world, including types and sizes of settlement patterns

o   Diamond chart covering Turkey

o   map/ history / geography and culture

o   The student will read through ch 17 section 2 about the county of turkey and use the diamond chart as their notes.

Thurs

 

ACOS Objective #

5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam.

o   complete the read on 420 about turkey and diamond chart

o   start the other side of the chart about Israel.

Friday

 

ACOS Objective #

5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam.

o   Make on Israel side of the chart

o   News about Israeli election

o   Video: understanding the Israeli Palestinian conflict

o

 

gov 9

7th Grade Civics Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o    No school

o

Tuesday

 

ACOS Objective #

1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.

o   Study will begin the time line of America government

o   I can explain the importance of the: Magna Carta and the English Bill of Rights to the foundation during the colonial period of America.

o   Ch 2 page 28-32.

 

Wed

 

ACOS Objective #

1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.

o   the Mayflower Compact

o   the House of Burgesses

o   Students will take note out of the old book and add to their timeline.

o

Thurs

 

ACOS Objective #

1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.

o   Students will take note out of the old book and add to their timeline.

o

Friday

 

ACOS Objective #

1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.

o   Sub day.

o   Work on time line

o

 

Gov week 8

7th Grade Civics Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Balance of power graphic organizer.

o

Tuesday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Midterm test review

o   Check I can statements

Wed

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Midterm test review

o   Check I can statements

Thurs

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Mid turn test
Friday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   No school

 

GEO week 8

7th Grade Geography Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

o   Hot rod reading of section 3

o   I can explain the forces that have shaped the surfaces of the earth.

o

o

Tuesday

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

o   test review
Wed

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

·           test review

·           group work

·           take last year’s test.

Thurs

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

o   Midterm test
Friday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare geographic patterns in the environment that result from processes within the atmosphere, biosphere, lithosphere, and hydrosphere of Earth’s physical systems

o    No school

 

Gov week 7

7th Grade Civics Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Day students will work on project with Chromebook

o

Tuesday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Project presentation
Wed

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Project presentation
Thurs

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Project presentation
Friday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Review for test

o   Review I can statement

 

Geo week 7

7th Grade Geography Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

o   Landform project presentation

o   WDA for ch 2

o

o

Tuesday

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

o   Earth and the sun notes

o   Read the 26-29.

o   I can explain how the sun affects the earth

o   Season

o   Climate

o   Latitude

Wed

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

·           Water, the water cycle and our relationship with water

·           The water diamond paradox

·           I can give the percentages of water on the planet.

·           I can explain the steps of the water cycle

·           I can explain how fragile water as a resource is on the planet.

Thurs

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

o   Water, the water cycle and our relationship with water

o   The water diamond paradox

o

Friday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare geographic patterns in the environment that result from processes within the atmosphere, biosphere, lithosphere, and hydrosphere of Earth’s physical systems

o    Video about water cycle and ice melt

 

Gov week 6

7th Grade Civics Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Begin Types of government project.

o   Look at ACOS# 3

o   Student made I CAN statements

Tuesday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Day students will work on project with Chromebook
Wed

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Balance of power notes for the types of governments

o   Use old books Intro to types of government.

o   Voc-Ch 27 in the old book.

Thurs

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Day students will work on project with Chromebook

o   Voc-Ch 27 in the old book.

Friday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.

o   Balance of power notes for the types of governments

o   Britain vs the US

o   China Vs the US

o   I can compare the government of the US to other governments around the word.

 

Geo week 6

7th Grade Geography Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

o   Student presentation

o   I CAN use longitude and latitude to find a location on the world map.

o   I CAN explain key futures of different land forms.

o

Tuesday

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

o   Student presentation

o   I CAN use longitude and latitude to find a location on the world map.

o   I CAN explain key futures of different land forms.

o

Wed

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

·           Earth and the sun notes

·           Read the 26-29.

·           WDA for ch 2

·           I can explain how the sun affects the:

·           Earth, Season, Climate, and Latitude

Thurs

 

ACOS Objective #

2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.

•  Identifying physical and human features used as criteria for mapping formal, functional, and perceptual regions

Examples: physical—landforms, climates, bodies of water, resources

o   Ch 2 voc. Turn in to sub

o

Friday

 

ACOS Objective #

3.) Compare geographic patterns in the environment that result from processes within the atmosphere, biosphere, lithosphere, and hydrosphere of Earth’s physical systems

o   Water, the water cycle and our relationship with water

o   The water diamond paradox

o   I can give the percentages of water on the planet.

o   I can explain the steps of the water cycle

o   I can explain how fragile water as a resource is on the planet.