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CONFLICT &
COOPERATION
7th Grade Social Studies
Conflict & Cooperation
Launch Day
To Do:
Write down your homework, Get out your contract &
matrix from last night…clear your desk of everything
else
Agenda:
-Complete interactive warm up (see conflict & cooperation notebook file)
-Preview vocab & Student Learning Map for the unit
-Summary
Homework:
Absent student letter, must contain information explaining each
of the 5 themes
Topic: Conflict & Cooperation
Student Learning Map
Key Learning:
When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account
cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result.
Unit EQ:
How does conflict and cooperation among
people influence territorial control?
Concept:
Geographical Influence
Concept:
Regions
Lesson EQ:
Lesson EQ:
How do Geographers use
the 5 themes to organize
information and what are
their characteristics?
Why are regions difficult to
define?
How does geography
affect where humans
settle?
Why is defining the
structure of a region into
the category of formal,
functional, or perceptual
helpful?
How does geography
influence the culture of
Vocabulary:
civilizations?
What determines the core,
domain, and periphery of
Vocabulary:
regions?
5 Themes
Culture
Civilization
Core, Domain, Periphery,
political boundaries, cultural
boundaries, territorial
boundaries
Concept:
Territorial Conflict &
Cooperation
Lesson EQ:
How do political and cultural
borders differ?
In what ways does conflict and
cooperation among people divide
the earth’s surface into distinctive
cultural and political territories?
Vocabulary:
Conflict, Cooperation
Summary Time!
Give me an Aha? (something new you learned) on the 5
Themes today
Give me a Huh? (a question you still have) about the 5
Themes or about something you are wondering about
what you will learn
Homework
Absent Student Letter
Directions: Write a letter to an “absent” student explaining
what you learned in class today.
I realize that most of this is review, but to show me you
recall the 5 themes and what they mean I want you to
include in your letter the following
1. Each Theme
2. Definition of each theme
3. Example of each theme
4. Topic & conclusion sentences
* These things are to be first organized, then written in a
letter using CORRECT letter format.
5 Themes Absent Student Letter Rubric
EXPERT
PROFESSIONAL
NOVICE
Accurate
description of the
5 themes
Correct
information is
given but 1 theme
is inaccurate
2 or more themes
are inaccurate
CONSTRUTING
Develops an
SUPPORT FOR 5 organized and
THEMES
well supported
argument that
gives examples
for all 5 themes
Develops an
organized
argument but is
lacking 1 or 2
examples
Argument makes
a point but needs
more examples
missing at least 3
PRODUCT
Organizer
communicates
reasoning but is
lacking details
paper has 4-6
grammatical
errors
Organizer is not
supportive to the
paper &
grammatical
errors are found
throughout.
5 THEMES
Organizer creates
a well thought out
paper with less
than 3
grammatical
errors.
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: How do physical features affect where humans settle?
To Do:
Get out your homework from last night & your
student learning map
Agenda: (For today’s activities see notebook file Conflict & Cooperation)
-Copy SLM
-Warm Up
-Population Distribution Video
-Population Distribution Frayer
-Google Earth
$2 summary
Homework:
5 Themes Wrap Up
Topic: Conflict & Cooperation
Student Learning Map
Key Learning:
When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account
cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result.
Unit EQ:
How does conflict and cooperation among
people influence territorial control?
Concept:
Geographical Influence
Lesson EQ:
Concept:
Regions
Concept:
Lesson EQ:
Territorial Conflict &
Cooperation
Lesson EQ:
Vocabulary:
Vocabulary:
How do Geographers use
the 5 themes to organize
information and what are
their characteristics?
How does geography
affect where humans
settle?
Vocabulary:
5 Themes
Culture
Civilization
Identify what each of these pictures are showing?
Complete the following sentence based on the picture below
Each of these pictures are an example of
_________________________.
$2 Summary
• Using the information you learned today
and the knowledge you have on our region
create a $2 summary as to how the
geography of our region would entice
people to live here.
(each word is worth 10 cents)
Predict/Preview Journal Entry
• With 7 Billion people in the world, what do you for see as
being some of the future implications on our planet?
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: How do physical features affect where humans settle? DAY 2
To Do:
Get out homework from last night, Open your
journal, write down tonight’s homework
Agenda:
- Journal
- Adapting to Climate Zones in Africa
a) 4 video clips (found on teachtci.com)
b) Climate zone chart
-Summary Foldable
Homework:
Adapting to climate zones in Africa vocab
handout
Journal Entry
List 10 things that you typically do every week.
You might include daily routines, such as riding the bus to
school.
Or you might include activities like going to soccer practice.
Adapting to Climate Zones in Africa
• In order to address the next two LEQs
• How do physical features affect where humans settle? &
How does geography influence the culture of civilizations?
• We will use the climate zones of Africa
4 Climate Zones
(copy this into your journal)
CLIMATE
ZONE
TROPICAL WET
TROPICAL WET & DRY
SEMIARID
ARID
How my routines would
change
Africa’s Climate Zones
To preview the four climate zones you will be watching a
series of four video clips.
For each Climate zone, write down 2 ways your routines
and activities might be different if you lived there.
Now that you have seen each climate
zone of Africa complete your chart
CLIMATE
ZONE
TROPICAL WET
TROPICAL WET & DRY
SEMIARID
ARID
How my routines would
change
5 minutes
independently
3 minutes with
your partner to
compare
Summary
• Fold your paper so you have 4 boxes
• At the top of each box write each of the climate zones
• For each climate zone:
1. Draw a picture to represent it
2. List 3 activities that can be done in this climate
zone (example: farming)
3. Predict how the climate will affect culture in this
area
Should look like this
Tropical Wet
Activities:
Tropical Wet & Dry
Activities:
Arid
Semi Arid
Activities:
:
Activities:
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: How do physical features affect where human settle?
DAY 3
To Do:
Agenda:
- Adapting to Climate Zones in Africa
a)Climate Zone Stations
- RAFT activity
Homework:
Complete your RAFT
Climate Zone Stations
• There are 4 stations
• At each station you will read about the physical
environment of that station.
• After reading:
1. Shade in the climate zone on the map of
Africa and fill in the key
2. Complete the questions for that zone
Lets Extend your Thinking
RAFT ACTIVITY
Directions: Pick 1 from each column then complete
the assignment by using the format you picked!
ROLE
AUDINECE
FORMAT
TOPIC
Child living in
Africa
A child in the U.S.
Letter
Tropical Wet
Adult living in
Africa
News Reporter in
Africa
An adult in the U.S. Diary/Journal Entry Tropical Wet & Dry
Yourself (the role
you picked)
Newspaper article Semiarid
Future Tourists
Arid
Accuracy
Information, details
in RAFT always
accurate. Properly
reflects information,
ideas, and themes
related to the
subject.
Provides accurate
information in RAFT
but could use more
support.
Provides information
in RAFT that has
some inaccuracies
or omissions.
Provides information
in RAFT that is
incomplete and/or
inaccurate.
Perspective
RAFT maintains
clear, consistent
point of view, tone,
and ideas relevant to
role played; ideas
and information
always tied to role
and audience.
Explains how
character would feel
about the event(s).
Shows little insight
into how character
would feel or act
during the event(s).
Does not accurately
develop characters,
thoughts or
reactions to the
event(s).
Focus
RAFT stays on topic,
never drifts from
required form or
type; details and
information are
included that are
pertinent only to
developed purpose.
Spends most of the
RAFT discussing
issues on topic, but
occasionally strays
from the focus.
Spends some time
discussing issues off
topic.
Spends most of
RAFT on issues that
do not directly deal
with the RAFT
chosen.
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: How does geography influence the culture of civilizations?
To Do:
Get out Vocab sheet from Monday night, RAFT assignment from
yesterday, write down tonight’s homework & get out student
learning map
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Discovering Africa’s Cultural Diversity presentation
(teachtci.com): Components of Culture
Homework:
3,2,1 Africa
Topic: Conflict & Cooperation
Student Learning Map
Key Learning:
When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account
cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result.
Unit EQ:
How does conflict and cooperation among
people influence territorial control?
Concept:
Geographical Influence
Lesson EQ:
Concept:
Regions
Concept:
Lesson EQ:
Territorial Conflict &
Cooperation
Lesson EQ:
Vocabulary:
Vocabulary:
How do Geographers use
the 5 themes to organize
information and what are
their characteristics?
How do physical features
affect where humans
settle?
How does geography
influence the culture of
Vocabulary:
civilizations?
5 Themes
Culture
Civilization
Warm Up: Previewing Vocab
Which word would you use to categorize each column of
words?
Culture or Civilization
LAWS
LEADER
POPULATION
REGION
Culture or Civilization
LANGUAGE
INSTITUTIONS
RELIGION
ART
Warm Up: Previewing Vocab
Culture or Civilization
Culture or Civilization
LAWS
LEADER
POPULATION
REGION
LANGUAGE
INSTITUTIONS
RELIGION
ART
NOW EXPLAIN WHY?
Discovering Africa’s Cultural Diversity
1. Write down 3 things you think about when you hear the
term “culture”
2. Turn to your neighbor and share what you wrote
3. 2’s stand up, what did the 1s say they think of when
they hear the term “culture”
LANGUAGE
The words and systems that are common to the people
who live in the same community, country, geographical
area, or same culture.
RELIGION
• Organized system of beliefs and rules used to worship
God or gods.
INSTITUTIONS
• Organizations and customs that give structure to society
(the buildings they take place)
ARTS
• Ways to express culture: painting, sculpture, writing,
dancing
Exit Ticket
We have learned about the components of culture today so
based on the lesson:
On a post it record which
component of culture
you feel is the most
important and describe why?
3,2,1 Africa
This is homework copy it down to complete in
complete sentences
3 Components of culture & explain
2 examples of the components in your life
1 Way you predict geography will influence Africa’s culture
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: How does geography influence the culture of civilizations?
To Do:
Get out last night’s homework
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Discovering Africa’s Cultural Diversity presentation
(teachtci.com): Cultural Diversity in Africa varies dependent on
the geography
- Stations Activity
Homework:
Vocabulary Practice
• Complete the Discovering Africa’s Cultural Diversity vocab
practice handout
• 5 minutes independent
• 5 minutes with your partner.
• Share-out
Stations Activity
As you are at each station follow these directions
1. Look at the images carefully. In the matrix summarize
what you see in each image
2. With your group predict what you think each image
shows about this country’s culture
3. Read the description of the country. Record at least 3
things you learned about each component of culture.
The most important thing…
From the different African countries I read about
today the most important thing I noticed about their
culture is ___________________________
because
_______________________________________.
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: How does geography influence the culture of civilizations?
To Do:
Get out your packet from last
week on the Africa countries
Agenda:
- Warm Up: Review
- Complete Stations Activity (last 2 stations)
- Summarize
- 5W+H (common assessment)
Homework:
none
Warm Up
List the countries you studied
on Thursday, tell me
something new you learned
about each.
VIEW SLIDES 26-29 TEACHTCI.COM; DISCOVERING
AFRICA’S CULTURE DIVERSITY
Summarize
• Pick 2 of the countries that you studied
• Compare their cultures: Be sure to
include information on all 4
components of culture
5W+H
Who in Africa was affected by the geography?
What ways did you see people adapt their culture to the
geography?
When you read the different country descriptions of Africa, what
surprised you the most?
Where did you see more traditional cultures within Africa?
Why does culture vary so greatly in Africa?
How does geography influence the culture of civilization?
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: Why are regions difficult to define?
To Do:
Agenda:
- Student Learning map
- Warm Up (preview vocab), Vocab Matrix
- Purpose of Regions
Homework:
Topic: Conflict & Cooperation
Student Learning Map
Key Learning:
When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account
cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result.
Unit EQ:
How does conflict and cooperation among
people influence territorial control?
Concept:
Geographical Influence
Concept:
Regions
Lesson EQ:
Lesson EQ:
How do Geographers use
the 5 themes to organize
information and what are
their characteristics?
Why are regions difficult to
define?
Concept:
Territorial Conflict &
Cooperation
Lesson EQ:
How does geography
affect where humans
settle?
How does geography
influence the culture of
Vocabulary:
civilizations?
5 Themes
Culture
Civilization
Vocabulary:
Core, Domain, Periphery,
political boundaries, cultural
boundaries, territorial
boundaries
Vocabulary:
Conflict, Cooperation
REGION FOLDABLE
Step 1: Draw a rectangular box at the top of you your
paper
Step 2: In the box write the word REGION
Step 3: Fold the paper down the middle to make 2
columns
Step 4: Letter alphabetically A-M down the left side of your
paper
Step 5: Letter alphabetically N-Z down the left side of your
paper
Region Movie
Back to your Region Foldable
• List all the terms which you and your partner feel define,
explain, or provide an example of region.
• You will start with the letter A and end with Z
Example:
C = City
S = Suburbs
N = Neighborhood
D = Downtown
Now Pick…
With your partner circle the best 3 from your foldable
Share out the best 3; as you hear something new listeners
should be adding to their own list.
Summarize
On the back of your foldable answer the following
questions with details from the lesson:
1. With so many different types of regions, what is their
purpose?
2. Why are regions necessary?
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: Why are regions difficult to define?
To Do:
Get out your grade sheet that you had signed
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Variation of regional boundaries
Homework:
Absent student letter
Warm Up
Draw me a picture that represents the term
Region
Review
• The following people please read aloud your purpose for
regions:
Kayla
Jessica M
Evan
Take these notes:
Think of it like this…
Regions are not drawn into the dirt
Sometimes regions are easily identifiable: Example the
desert, I can easily tell when I am in a desert.
Sometimes regions are difficult to identify: Example
unless I am told by a sign it is difficult to tell if I am in
Maryland or Delaware.
Identify some regions
• On the map that I’ve given you independently I want you
to identify any regions that you see. Feel free to color
code it so they can be seen easily.
Example:
Atlantic Coast
Identify some regions
With your Partner compare maps (5 minutes)
During your comparison:
1. Add new regions
2. Delete regions that don’t make sense
3. Modify your map based on discussion
Categorize your regions
With your Partner get out your vocab matrix, place each of
the regions you created into one of the 4 categories.
ECONOMIC
PHYSICAL
Example:
Atlantic Coast
POLITICAL
SOCIAL
Identify some regions
• Join with the pair nearest you; share the results of your
categorization.
• Compare your findings
- Add, delete, & modify your charts and maps
• Prepare to share out 1 from each category
Summary time
Answer the following ? In your journal, support it with
details from today’s lesson:
Why are regions difficult to define?
3,2,1 Regions
3 Types of regions & explain them
2 Examples of easily indefinable regions
1 Example of a region that is not easy to identify
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: Why are regions difficult to define?
To Do:
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Regions Comic
- Magic School Bus Regions
Homework:
Warm Up
• Get out your summary from yesterday
• Switch with your partner and allow them to read your
summary to themselves.
• Discuss what was correct/incorrect about each summary
• Explain your understanding of regions by showing your
understanding of the LEQ using examples, pictures, and
dialogue.
• Your comic must have 6 scenes in it, dialogue, and
pictures.
• You can use any information from class.
RUBRIC
Score of 1
Score of 2
Score of 3
Score of 4
Does NOT
answer LEQ
Somewhat
answers LEQ
Has less than 4
scenes
Has 4-5 scenes
Partially
answers the
LEQ
Has 5-6 scenes
Correctly
answers the
LEQ
Has 6 scenes
Poor grammar
and spelling
Poor grammar
and spelling
Does not
include any of
the key
vocabulary
Missing 2 key
vocabulary
terms
A few
misspelled
words
Missing 1 key
vocabulary term
Perfect
Grammar/Spell
ing
Includes all of
the key
vocabulary
terms
How to get started:
Answer the LEQ: Why are regions difficult to define?
Don’t actually answer it here, below list the facts to support your
answer
The facts I need to include to answer this LEQ are:
1. Some regions are easy to tell you’re a part of, for example a
Physical region like a desert, but others are difficult to know you’re in
such as a Political region.
2.
3.
4.
I am going to make this into a story by….
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
Regions are difficult to define! Explained by: N. Miller
I need help
I just don’t get how a
region is defined!
Well then you came
to the right place!
Let me explain
Sometimes it’s easy because
the regional boundaries are
felt due to the climate, like a
physical region, such as the
desert, I can tell when I’m
in a desert!
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: Why is defining the structure of a region into the category of formal, functional, or perceptual helpful?
To Do:
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Formal, Functional, & Perceptual regions webquest
Homework:
Topic: Conflict & Cooperation
Student Learning Map
Key Learning:
When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account
cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result.
Unit EQ:
How does conflict and cooperation among
people influence territorial control?
Concept:
Geographical Influence
Concept:
Regions
Lesson EQ:
Lesson EQ:
How do Geographers use
the 5 themes to organize
information and what are
their characteristics?
Why are regions difficult to
define?
How does geography
affect where humans
settle?
How does geography
influence the culture of
Vocabulary:
civilizations?
5 Themes
Culture
Civilization
Concept:
Territorial Conflict &
Cooperation
Lesson EQ:
Why is defining the
structure of a region into
the category of formal,
functional, or perceptual
helpful?
Vocabulary:
Core, Domain, Periphery,
political boundaries, cultural
boundaries, territorial
boundaries
Vocabulary:
Conflict, Cooperation
Formal, Functional, & Perceptual Regions
Webquest
Step 1: Go to Ms. Millers website:
http://agi.seaford.k12.de.us/sites/nmiller
Step 2: Click on 7th Grade
Step 3: Click on Click Here for Projects
Step 4: Click on Formal, Functional, & Perceptual Regions
Step 5: Use the links in the order they come in to complete
your organizer
REGION
Formal
Functional
Perceptual
(also referred to
as Vernacular)
DEFINITION
What is this
regions purpose?
EXAMPLES
(at least 3)
EXAMPLES IN
DELAWARE
(at least 2)
Summarize the LEQ
Using your resources online and your organizer
answer the following question on the back of this
handout with examples and complete sentences:
Why is defining the structure of a region into the category
of formal, functional, or perceptual helpful?
Explain your answer.
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: Why is defining the structure of a region into the category of formal, functional, or perceptual helpful?
To Do:
Write down hw & get out journal
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Defining Formal, Functional, & Perceptual regions handout
- Student council elections
Homework:
Complete your handout
Topic: Conflict & Cooperation
Student Learning Map
Key Learning:
When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account
cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result.
Unit EQ:
How does conflict and cooperation among
people influence territorial control?
Concept:
Geographical Influence
Concept:
Regions
Lesson EQ:
Lesson EQ:
How do Geographers use
the 5 themes to organize
information and what are
their characteristics?
Why are regions difficult to
define?
How does geography
affect where humans
settle?
How does geography
influence the culture of
Vocabulary:
civilizations?
5 Themes
Culture
Civilization
Concept:
Territorial Conflict &
Cooperation
Lesson EQ:
Why is defining the
structure of a region into
the category of formal,
functional, or perceptual
helpful?
Vocabulary:
Core, Domain, Periphery,
political boundaries, cultural
boundaries, territorial
boundaries
Vocabulary:
Conflict, Cooperation
Warm Up: Reflection
• Yesterday you gained knowledge on Formal,
Functional & Perceptual Regions
• List for me using nothing but your brain 3 new
things that you learned from that webquest!
Expert Groups: Count off by 3’s
1s & 4s: Formal
Each group will need a Poster:
2s & 5s: Functional
-Title of your type of region
- Easy yet informative definition
3s & 6s: Perceptual
- Example from our world with a
picture to represent it
- Example from DE with a picture
to represent it
20
minutes!
Goals of the group work
Each group will need a
Don’t Forget
Poster:
1. Your handout for
-Title of your type of
your expert portion
region
should be filled out!
- Easy yet informative
2. You are graded
definition
using the group work
rubric!
- Example from our
world with a picture to
represent it
20
- Example from DE with
minutes!
a picture to represent it
REGION
DEFINITION
EXAMPLES
(at least 3)
Formal
A regular region:
Place with at least
1 common
characteristic
All 50 States
Sahara Desert
Functional
A region centered Dairy Farms
among people and Car Lot
their common
interactions (things
that they do)
Perceptual
(also referred to
as Vernacular)
The way a person
views a region
which is based on
their cultural
identity
Suburbia
Confederates
Yankees
Country Music
Southern Region
EXAMPLES IN
DELAWARE
(at least 2)
Nanticoke River
Delmarva Peninsula
Chicken Farms
University of Delaware
Concord
“Slower Lower”
EXHIBIT
You will have 5 minutes at each station in
which you were not an expert group!
Add information into your “New” handout
REVISIT
• Now with your partner compare what you THOUGHT the
3 regions were based on the web quest.
• Fill out your findings based on this discussion questions
found on your handout.
REVISE YOUR LEQ
On your handout revise your LEQ
Why is defining the structure of a region into the category
of formal, functional, or perceptual helpful?
- Include in it any misconceptions that you had before,
which are now cleared up!
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: Why is defining the structure of a region into the category of formal, functional, or perceptual helpful?
To Do:
Get out your comic & your LEQ if
you took it home to finish
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Student Council Elections
- Preview Vocab for new LEQ; Cultural Influence
- Current Event
Homework:
Complete Current Event Article of your choice
Topic: Conflict & Cooperation
Student Learning Map
Key Learning:
When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account
cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result.
Unit EQ:
How does conflict and cooperation among
people influence territorial control?
Concept:
Geographical Influence
Concept:
Regions
Lesson EQ:
Lesson EQ:
How do Geographers use
the 5 themes to organize
information and what are
their characteristics?
Why are regions difficult to
define?
Why is defining the
structure of a region into
the category of formal,
functional, or perceptual
helpful?
How does geography
affect where humans
settle?
How does geography
influence the culture of
Vocabulary:
civilizations?
5 Themes
Culture
Civilization
Concept:
Territorial Conflict &
Cooperation
Lesson EQ:
What determines the core,
domain, and periphery of a
region?
Vocabulary:
Core, Domain, Periphery,
political boundaries, cultural
boundaries, territorial
boundaries
Vocabulary:
Conflict, Cooperation
Warm Up
When learning new vocabulary in your classes tell me:
What is one thing that helps you learn that new word?
What is something that you don’t like that teachers do
when learning new vocab? (a way that makes it hard for
you to learn)
Previewing Vocabulary
Step 1: Fold your paper Hamburger Fold
Step 2: On the top ½ write nice and big CULTURE
Step 3: On the bottom ½ write nice and big INFLUENCE
1’s you are CULTURE
2’s you are INFLUENCE
Describe your word
1’s CULTURE
• Make a wordsplash for
culture
• With at least 10 words
2’s INFLUENCE
• Make a wordsplash for
influence
• With 6 words or more
Match up!
Find someone w/ the same word you have!
3 Minutes
- Discuss
- Add
- Delete
Match up!
Find someone with the word you DON’T
HAVE!
8 MINUTES
- Discuss
- Add
- Delete
YOU SHOULD BE RECORDING WHAT
THEY HAVE
Summarize
Report out what you and your partner came up with for:
Cultural Influence
Go back to your seat!
With your seat partner create a definition inside of your
foldable for the term:
CULTURAL INFLUENCE
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: What determine s the core, domain, & periphery of regions?
To Do:
Get out your journals
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Core, Domain, & Periphery Previewing Vocab Handout
- Summary: Review vocab w/ name generator
Homework:
Have a good weekend
Warm Up
Reflect on our vocabulary:
Formal Region
Functional Region
Perceptual Region
Cultural Influence
WHAT DO THESE WORDS MEAN!!!
Core, Domain, & Periphery Vocab
Core
The greatest
concentration of
traits or
characteristics
Domain
Cultural and
Economic traits are
there but not full
force
Periphery
The outer layer of
cultural influence
from the core.
After reading the definition of core I think of_________ ____________________.
After reading the definition of domain I think of ___________________________.
After reading the definition of periphery I think of_________ ________________.
Step 2: Simplify these definitions; with
your partner create a definition that is
easy for each of those key words.
Vocab Word
What does it mean?
CORE
DOMAIN
PERIPHERY
Step 3: Comparing Apples
Directions: Look at the diagram of core, domain, and
periphery and the definitions you have created. Using the
diagram of the apple I want you to compare the apple to
C, D, & P diagram.
Your goal is to convince the rest of the class that all though
these two look very different…they in essence are the
same!
Summarize
Using the name generator on notebook review the key
terms studied so far!
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: What determine s the core, domain, & periphery of regions?
To Do:
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Core, Domain, & Periphery Review
- Most Important Thing
Homework:
Begin Reviewing your Student Learning Map
Warm Up
• What does this diagram represent in relation to what we
have been learning?
• What is the purpose of each section? (Identify each and
tell what means)
C,D, & P Diagram Analogy =
Philadelphia Eagles
Now your turn create your own Analogy
• Show your understanding of Core, Domain, Periphery
• Come up with your own example!
Here is what you need:
1. A topic/example of Core, Domain, & Periphery
2. Picture displaying all 3 parts on a map
3. Explanation as to why each one of those “parts” belong where they are in
relation to your example
Here is what you need:
1. A topic/example of Core, Domain, & Periphery
2. Picture displaying all 3 parts on a map
3. Explanation as to why each one of those “parts” belong where they
are in relation to your example
EXPERT
PROFESSIONAL
NOVICE
Core, Domain,
Periphery
Accurate
Correct
description of all 3 information is
terms
given but 1 term
is inaccurate
2 or more terms
are inaccurate
PRODUCT
Analogy is
relevant and
easily understood
in relationship to
the above terms.
Analogy makes
sense but needs
more clarification.
Analogy is visible
but hard to
understand.
EXPLANATION
Clearly explained
and correct
grammar
Explanation
needs some help
but student did
understand
Explanation is
unclear
Summarize: Most Important Thing
Copy the sentence filling in the information you believe
should be there:
If I had to summarize Core, Domain, and Periphery I feel
the most important information for people to remember is
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: What determine s the core, domain, & periphery of regions?
To Do:
Get out journal and write down
homework
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Current Event
- Core, Domain, & Periphery Classifications EXT thinking
Homework:
Reaction to news article; revisit LEQ
Warm Up
Imagine you could be arrested for crossing the border
between Delaware and Maryland…
1. How would you avoid crossing the border
2. How would you know you have crossed the border
3. What type of “region” is DE & MD?
4. Predict how your life would be different if the above
scenario were true
Classifying and Categorizing
When crossing boundaries into new
regions causes problems
• Read independently the article titled Who are the US
hikers?
• Complete the 5W based on the article
News Feed of their release
• http://www.cnn.com/2011/09/25/us/us-iran-
hikers/index.html?hpt=wo_c1
Your Reaction
• Tonight for homework I want you
to express how you feel about the
events which occurred with the
American hikers.
• Use details from your 5W as
evidence & your knowledge of
regions to support your answer
Revisit
Look at the LEQs on your student learning
map, which if any do you need more
clarification?
Write down in your journal the question you
have about an LEQ
Now is the time to ask
Conflict & Cooperation
LEQ: What determine s the core, domain, & periphery of regions?
To Do:
Read responses in your journal
get out last night’s homework
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Complete Core, Domain, & Periphery Classifications EXT
thinking
- Student News
Homework:
Prepare for test
Questions
4. Which was easier for you to identify the core or
periphery? Why? Explain using details
Questions
5. Which region appears to control the most territory? Why
might that be an advantage?
Questions
6. Which region appears to have the most population?
Why might that be an advantage?
Independently support this answer using
what has been done
Which boundary line might likely need the fewest
changes?
Why do you think this would be so?
Conflict & Cooperation
Review Concepts 1 & 2
To Do:
Open your journal
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- LEQ foldable
Homework:
Study Foldable
Warm UP: Items to revisit
Formal, Functional, Perceptual…why are these helpful?
Core, Domain, & Periphery…how does this relate to
culture?
LEQ Foldable
Step 1: Fold your paper hot dog fold
Step 2: Divide it into 6 sections
Step 3: Write each LEQ on one of the 6 sections
Step 4: Using handouts from w/in your folder answer the
LEQs
Step 5: Study them…your test won’t be a regurgitation of
the LEQ but instead application of it.
LEQ’s you will need to review
• How do Geographers
use the 5 themes to
organize information and
what are their
characteristics?
How does geography
affect where humans
settle?
• How does geography
influence the culture of
civilizations?
• Why are regions difficult
to define?
• Why is defining the
structure of a region into
the category of formal,
functional, or perceptual
helpful?
• What determines the
core, domain, and
periphery of a region?
To Do Today:
• Create your foldable
• Answer the LEQ’s completely (this will be your study
guide)
• Study
• Read your book
• If you don’t have a book let me know!
Conflict & Cooperation
Review
To Do:
Agenda:
- Test Concepts 1 & 2
Homework:
Conflict & Cooperation
How do political & cultural borders differ?
To Do:
Open journal & get out student
learning map
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Update Student Learning Map
- Preview: Territory
- Summary
Homework:
Find an article that represents territory & summarize
Topic: Conflict & Cooperation
Student Learning Map
Key Learning:
When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account
cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result.
Unit EQ:
How does conflict and cooperation among
people influence territorial control?
Concept:
Geographical Influence
Concept:
Regions
Lesson EQ:
Lesson EQ:
How do Geographers use
the 5 themes to organize
information and what are
their characteristics?
Why are regions difficult to
define?
How does geography
affect where humans
settle?
Why is defining the
structure of a region into
the category of formal,
functional, or perceptual
helpful?
How does geography
influence the culture of
Vocabulary:
civilizations?
What determines the core,
domain, and periphery of
Vocabulary:
regions?
5 Themes
Culture
Civilization
Core, Domain, Periphery,
political boundaries, cultural
boundaries, territorial
boundaries
Concept:
Territorial Conflict &
Cooperation
Lesson EQ:
How do political and
cultural borders differ?
Vocabulary:
Conflict, Cooperation
Warm Up
• Think about your bedroom…how do you feel when
someone in your house invades your space in your room?
• Can you think of an example when someone did…tell us
about it! What happened?
Territory
Based on the sentence, write in your journal a definition of
TERRITORY
In the territory of my home you must
follow my rules!
Compare with your partner the definition
- adjust/rewrite
Let’s create a class definition!
Now using the word map I just gave you, let’s record the
definition we came up with as a class!
Example of territory
• View “looking to forign lands” (united streaming)
• As you watch this video
1. Find the example of territory the U.S. gets
Word Map
• 10 minutes independently work on
your Word Map
• Let’s compare what others have using
musical give 1 get 1
Let’s make a word map for Territory to
keep up…
Finding Territory in the news
Using my website
http://agi.seaford.k12.de.us/sites/nmiller
Click on 7th Grade
Click on Projects
Click Territory in the news
Read through as many articles as you can, as you
read those articles complete the questions found
on the back of your Territory word map!
Summarize: Show me a picture
• Using the knowledge that you have gained of Territory,
draw me a picture to represent it!
• Include with your picture 2-3 sentences explaining how it
represents Territory!
Conflict & Cooperation
How do political & cultural borders differ?
To Do:
Get out last night’s homework
Agenda:
- Warm Up: Review definition of Territory
- Share summaries of current events w/ territory
- “The Angel of the East”
- Summary: Aha! Huh?
Homework:
Finish your map
Warm Up: Review Territory
To review your understanding of the term Territory
complete the sentence
Territory is when ________________________. In
a territory there are _____________,
______________, & _________________. An
example of territory would be
____________________________________.
Territory in the News Summaries
• Take 5 minutes each partner
summarize what you read or saw
in the news on Territories!
• Be prepared to share out your
partner’s current event!
The Angel of the East
Step 1: Read to
yourself
Step 2: We will read
as a class
“The Angel of the East”
Work with your partner to answer these questions:
1. Describe the Location of the “Angel”
2. Identify historical information found in the poem
3. Predict the name of the region in which this “Angel” is
referring to.
“The Angel of the East”
Now using your Middle East Region map label each of the
political regions that make up “The Angel of the East”
Summarize
AHA!
Something you learned new today!
HUH??
A question you have based on
today’s lesson
Homework: Absent Student Letter
In your letter include the following information on the
“Angel”
- Location information
- Historical Information
- What you hope to learn about the Middle East
Conflict & Cooperation
How do political & cultural borders differ?
To Do:
Agenda:
- Warm Up: Mental Map
- Post Card from the “Angel”
- Read pages 601-607 Eastern Hemisphere textbook w/
fishbone
- Summary: +/-/intriguing
Homework:
Warm Up
Draw a mental map for the “Angel of the
East”
Lets see how well you can recall the
information you learned yesterday
A Postcard from the “Angel”
Using the information from your absent student letter,
create a Postcard from the Angel explaining her
LOCATION. & HISTORY
Physical Geography of Middle East
Step 1: Read pages 601-607
Step 2: As you read complete the fishbone diagram to
highlight key information (remember each line should
have a NEW piece of information)
Step 3: Compare w/ your partner the notes that you took
Add or Modify notes
20 minutes, ready set Go!
Key information you should have read…
Switch partners and compare notes!
Now here is what I think you should have
down:
Check your comprehension of the material
On the back of your fishbone answer the following questions in
complete sentences.
1.
Which two countries in Southwest Asia have mountains?
2.
What benefits has petroleum brought to the countries of
Southwest Asia?
3. What are some of Turkey’s commercial farming crops?
4. Using the map on page 606, describe the relative location of
the natural resources found in Southwest Asia.
Summarize: Plus/Minus/Intriguing
Plus Something Positive you learned from the
lesson
Minus Something you need help with from the
lesson
Intriguing Something you found interesting from
the lesson
Check for Understandings of Physical
Geography
Using your fishbone
Write a 2 paragraph description of a television show about
the geography and resources of the Middle East.
In your description include at least:
3 Locations (places with political borders)
For each location describe what your camera crew will film
in that location.
Conflict & Cooperation
How do political & cultural borders differ?
To Do:
Get out your homework from last
night
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Complete physical geography television show
- View Central & Southwest Asia Movie (26 min united streaming)
- Complete Southwest Asia movie focus questions before, during,
summarize
Homework:
Have a good weekend
Before we watch…complete this chart
based on what you already know…
GEOGRAPHY
What do you
already know
about Southwest
Asia’s…
HISTORY
ECONOMY
While you watch…complete chart with
any new information on these topics
POLOTICAL
BOUNDARIES
POPULATION
GEOGRAPHY
HISTORY
GOVERNMENT
CULTURE
RELIGION
ECONOMY
Summarize
Based on the movie make a connection between the
knowledge you knew about the geography and the
new knowledge you just obtained.
How do you see the geography playing a role on the
culture of this region?
Conflict & Cooperation
How do political & cultural borders differ?
To Do:
Clear your desk
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Culture of Southwest Asia: Read pages 669-673 Eastern
Hemisphere textbook w/ organizer
- Check for understanding
- Summary: Exit Ticket
Homework:
Complete check for understanding and vocab sheet
Warm Up: Looking at the picture answer
these questions…
Can you name 2
political borders?
What questions would
you ask of the people
living in those
countries where the
political borders
exist?
Culture of the Middle East
Step 1: Read with your partner pages 669-675 (alternating
the reading)
Step 2: As you read complete the organizer to highlight
key information
Check for Understandings of Culture
Using your organizer
Write a paragraph that beings with this topic sentence:
South-west Asia, also known as the Middle East region with
it’s variety of ethnic groups and religious beliefs….
In your paragraph include:
2 sentences about ethnic groups
2 sentences about religion
Exit Ticket
Based on the reading you have done the past couple of
days complete the following statement.
Political borders of the Middle East Region create
____________________________ where the cultural
borders of the Middle East tend to
_______________________________________.
*Answers will vary!
Conflict & Cooperation
To Do:
Get out your homework from last
night
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Extended Thinking: Cultural Tour of Southwest Asia
(teachtci.com; world cultures interactive notebook)
Homework:
None
Warm Up
Turn to the world atlas
Using your knowledge of political boundaries find at least
one example where you think there is Cooperation among
countries!
Support your answer
Topic: Conflict & Cooperation
Student Learning Map
Key Learning:
When boundaries and borders are drawn for people without taking into account
cultural, economic, or political needs conflict might result.
Unit EQ:
How does conflict and cooperation among
people influence territorial control?
Concept:
Geographical Influence
Concept:
Regions
Lesson EQ:
Lesson EQ:
How do Geographers use
the 5 themes to organize
information and what are
their characteristics?
Why are regions difficult to
define?
How does geography
affect where humans
settle?
Why is defining the
structure of a region into
the category of formal,
functional, or perceptual
helpful?
How does geography
influence the culture of
Vocabulary:
civilizations?
What determines the core,
domain, and periphery of
Vocabulary:
regions?
5 Themes
Culture
Civilization
Core, Domain, Periphery,
political boundaries, cultural
boundaries, territorial
boundaries
Concept:
Territorial Conflict &
Cooperation
Lesson EQ:
How do political and cultural
borders differ?
In what ways does conflict and
cooperation among people divide
the earth’s surface into distinctive
cultural and political territories?
Vocabulary:
Conflict, Cooperation
Conflict & Cooperation
To Do:
Clear your desk
Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Complete Extended Thinking: Cultural Tour of Southwest Asia
(teachtci.com; world cultures interactive notebook)
Homework:
Write a reflection on today’s lesson
Compare 2 countries
With your partner
• Compare two of the countries from our cultural tour
Create a quick list what do these countries have in
common/different
Let’s look at an extreme case where
political and cultural borders conflict
Step 1: Get out your Southwest Asia map
Step 2: Circle Israel
Step 3: Point to Palestine
Learn more about Israel & Palestine
• http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/09/05/world/midd
leeast/challenges-in-defining-an-israeli-palestinianborder.html
Display your understanding of our last
LEQ (which is also our S.S. Standard)
To complete this unit we will construct support for the
following LEQ:
• In what ways does conflict and cooperation among people
divide the earth’s surface into distinctive cultural and
political territories?
To construct support…
You will support a position statement, lets look at an
example!
Position Statement
My teacher would make a great
president!
Position Statement
My teacher would make a great
president!
Reasons
Position Statement
My teacher would make a great
president!
Reasons
She goes
To a lot of
meetings!
She knows a
lot about our
history
Position Statement
My teacher would make a great
president!
Reasons
She goes
To a lot of
meetings!
She knows a
lot about our
history
Facts
Parents
Teachers
Teaches us
S.S.
She would
be good for
the country
Knows what it’s
like to be a
citizen
Now complete your organizer…
To complete this unit we will construct support for the
following LEQ:
• In what ways does conflict and cooperation among people
divide the earth’s surface into distinctive cultural and
political territories?

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