Move to stations per classroom movement rules.
Complete tasks at the appropriate noise level.
Journal: What things did you do this weekend to help you be a more successful student at Karr?
I Do: Model Noise Levels and movement procedures.
We Do: Practice movement and appropriate noise levels. Textbook scavenger hunt.
You do: Move appropriately and utilize correct noise levels in stations.
Exit Ticket- Why is it important to work at the appropriate level for the station you are at? What would happen if we didn't use movement rules or noise levels?
Identify the types of and uses for three types of map projections to analyze the way we view the world.
Journal: Flat maps are never correct. Tell me why you think this might be.
I do : Intro Video- What we know is ALL WRONG!
We do: Teacher: Create a chart or mind map in your notes from the short lecture about the three types of projections and their uses. / Name Game Curious Clark
You do: Individual Work/Computer Station Do map projection practice using your Atlas.
Exit Ticket- If you had a friend that lived in Africa, what type of map projection would they want the world to use? Why?
Homework- Review your chart on types of map projections for 15 minutes.
Begin reading your article and writing your questions for Friday's Socratic Seminar.
Use correct coordinate notation to describe the location of places.
Work at Level 0 independently for 10 minutes.
Journal: What are lines of latitude? What are lines of longitude?
I do: Review station expectations, model how to determine and write latitude and longitude coordinates.
You do: Individual Work/ Computer
1. Football stadium search - Complete sheet using the internet for reference
2. Take Latitude and longitude quiz - Record your score on the back of your football stadium search sheet.
We do: Collaboration
Latitude and Longitude practice sheets
1 2 3
Exit Ticket: For what activities are latitude and longitude coordinates helpful?
Homework: Study your continents, lines of latitude and longitude and oceans.
Finish your Socratic Seminar reading and questions for tomorrow's discussion.
Students will participate in the Socratic Seminar led by teacher. In doing so they will identify the main ideas of a text, raise and answer the questions of other students based on the text.
Do Now: Describe 2 ways that we can include everyone in the Socratic Seminar.
I do: Assign student leader.
We do: Review map projections, oceans, lines of latitude and longitude, hemispheres, continents. Socratic Seminar lead by student.
You do:Participation in SS.
Exit Ticket- Name two things you will do differently for the seminar next week.
Homework: Study map projection notes, continents, oceans, lines of latitude and longitude and hemispheres. Quiz on Monday.