This is a set of three bellwork activities focused on geography. The first activity prompts the students to describe what they think geography means and why it might be important to study geography in a history class. The second
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Slide2Bell Work Geography 1 (8.29)• Describe what you think Geography means. • Why do you think it might be important to study geography in history class?
Slide3Bell Work Geography 2• What are the 7 continents? • Describe each of the five themes of geography.
Slide4Bell Work Geography 3• What is the difference between the Prime Meridian and the Equator? • Why are these “imaginary” lines important?
Slide5Bell Work 4• Use the political cartoon on the next slide and the Political Cartoon activity we did in class to find the answers to these three questions: 1. What symbols , or objects that usually mean one thing but represent something else, do you see in this cartoon? 2. What details do you see in the political cartoon – pull out pictures and words? 3. What is the main idea of the political cartoon?
Slide6Bell Work Geography 4
Slide7Bell WorkUnit 2: Roots of the American People
Slide8Bell Work 1 9/23/13• Word Association: Make a list of all the words you think of when you hear “Native Americans”
Slide9Bell Work 2 9/24/13• What is a theory? • How did the first people come to America? • What is evidence?
Slide10Bell work 3 10/1• Describe a civilization. What do you need to make a civilization?
Slide11Journal 2• Describe your culture. Remember, culture is your way of life. Think about your religion, your language, your traditions.
Slide12BW 4• Explain what a civilization is? What is necessary for a civilization?
Slide13Bell Work 5• Compare two of the North American Native American groups we learned about from our reading. How are they different?
Slide14Bell Work 6• Explorers who arrived in North and South America began to refer to it as the “New World”. Do YOU agree or disagree with this name? Defend your answer.