Describe how population growth varies.
Identify factors that influence population growth and density.
Explain why population growth is uneven and the causes of population movement.
Do Now: If many people live in a house, what are some of the challenges they face?
I do: Introduce Lesson/ Facilitate discussion
Intro to Population Geography
We do: Collaborative
You do: COMPUTERS:
Imagine Tomorrow's Population
World Population Map Game - record your time in RESPONSES
5. Exit Ticket- What challenges arise for people as the population grows?
WEDNESDAY (tuesday field trip)
Create population pyramids using Excel.
Compare and contrast my zip code with New Orleans, Louisiana, and the US.
Do Now: What does it mean if a population pyramid is big at the bottom?
I do/We do: Create population pyramids
5. Exit Ticket- What general statements can you make about he zip code you live in based on it's pyramid?
Describe the elements of culture and how factors change culture over time.
Create categories for language families and research to see if I was correct/ revise if not.
Do now: a. What language is most widely spoken in New Orleans?
b.In what ways might the same language be spoken differently?
I do: Facilitate discussion/ Introduce language families
Intro to Language Families- Let It Go in 25 Languages
We do: Create language families based on how they sound and look
You do: COMPUTERS:
THE GREAT LANGUAGE GAME
5. Exit Ticket- If you moved to another country, what would you change and what practices would you introduce to people in your new home?
Use the questions that I created about an article that I used a close-reading strategy on to participate in a Socratic Seminar.
Listen, speak, and observe per SS guidelines.
Do Now: What is the purpose of having the Socratic Seminar? Why do you think I do these?
I do- Facilitate Journal discussion
We do- Socratic Seminar
You do- Socratic Seminar
Exit Ticket: How can you improve your questions for Socratic Seminar?
Homework- Review notes and rewatch videos from this week.