January 10th and 11th, 2013 ap human Geography Agenda Religion At the end of this unit, students will be able to



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January 10th and 11th, 2013

AP Human Geography Agenda

Religion
At the end of this unit, students will be able to:

  1. Discuss where religions are distributed

  2. Understand why religions have different distributions

  3. Discuss religions use of space and their distinctive patterns

  4. Analyze the religious conflicts in the world


By the end of today students will be able to:

  1. Discuss everything having to do with religion and geography.


Part I: Do now (5 minutes): Individual

  1. How do you think you will do on the test – Beginner, Intermediate, Proficient, Advanced Proficient


Part II: Team Quiz (0 minutes): Groups

Nope
Part III: Religion Test (60 minutes): Individual

Have fun – when you are done with the multiple choice, turn it in and pick up the essay question. Write the essay on the question sheet.
Part IV: Work on Project and watch video (rest of class): Groups/Individual

Probably video


Part V: Do Later (end of class):

  1. How did you do on the test - Beginner, Intermediate, Proficient, Advanced Proficient


Homework: Work on project, study for midterm
Upcoming Events:

MIDTERM next week!




Geography fun quizzes

  1. How long van a blue whale stay underwater during a dive?

  1. 5 minutes b. 10 minutes c. 20 minutes d. 3 hours




  1. What was the longest recorded flight of a chicken?

  1. 13 seconds b. 30 seconds c. 2 minutes d. 1 hour




  1. True or False: The calls of a howler monkey are so loud they can be heard 3 miles away.



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