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10/21

 

10/19

 

10/15

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Tourism and sport at the local and national scale

 GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • How do physical and human factors shape places into sites of leisure?

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Factors Affecting the geography of a national sports league 

HOMEWORK

  • Nothing formal -- go to the SC State Fair and think about it as a tourist site
    • Is it a primary or secondary tourist resource? 
    • Does it qualify as a tourist hotspot? 
    • What type of tourist resources support the fair?
    • Why is it in Columbia?
    • What do you think the economic impact of the fair is on Columbia?
    • Overall is the Fair good or bad for the city? 

 

10/11

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Tourism and sport at the local and national scale 

GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • How do human and physical factors shape PLACES into sites of leisure?

CLASS ACTIVITIES

HOMEWORK

  • Chances are you didn't get to finish this so...make sure its done next class!

 

10/7

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Tourism and sport at the local and national scale 

GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • How do human and physical factors shape PLACES into sites of leisure?

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Today we'll dive into why some places become tourist hotspots and the role of primary and secondary resources (Thanks https://www.jkgeography.com/ for the lesson!)
    • Use the following link to complete the work below IN YOUR NOTEBOOK -- https://www.jkgeography.com/factors-affecting-growth-of-tourism-hotspots.html
      • Create a quick T-Chart primary resources v secondary tourist resources (defs and examples!)
      • Complete the picture activity on this page 
    • Next we'll watch some YouTube videos 
      • As we watch answer the following:
        • What is a Tourist Hotspot?
    • Next let's take a look at where hotspots are
      • Study the table below which shows the top 15 tourist hotspots in the world. Consider the following:
        • What proportion of the hotspots are in the USA? What factors will have contributed to this pattern?
        • What proportion of the attractions are based on human rather than physical attractions?
        • What proportion are based on primary and secondary attractions?

 

Picture

https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/the-world-s-most-popular-tourist-attractions.html

  • Take some brief notes on the PHYSICAL and HUMAN factors that create a tourist hotspot

 

Have a great weekend!

 

 

10/5

  • NO CLASS -- COLLEGE FAIR!
    • Have fun? 

 

9/29

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Factors affecting participation in sport and tourism 

GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • How do human development processes give rise to leisure activities?

CLASS ACTIVITIES

HOMEWORK

 

9/27/21

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Factors affecting participation in sport and tourism 

GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • How do human development processes give rise to leisure activities?

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Go over the handout from last class
  • Short PowerPoint notes
  • Review the articles that you found for homework last week! 

 

 

9/23/21

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Changing Leisure Patterns 

GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • How do human development processes give rise to leisure activities?

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Not the world's most interesting day
  • More information!
    • Complete this thing using the TEXTBOOK!
    • We will go over it after you are done 

HOMEWORK

  • Enjoy your weekend!

 

 

9/21/21

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Changing Leisure Patterns 

GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • How do human development processes give rise to leisure activities?

CLASS ACTIVITIES

HOMEWORK

  • Think about how YOU spend your leisure time
  • Try to keep track TOMORROW (Thursday) of how you spend your leisure time.  We'll discuss FRIDAY! 

 

9/15 & 9/17

UNIT

  • Option F -- Food and Health

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Future Health and food security and sustainability 

GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • Explain the future possibilities for sustainable agriculture and improved health

 CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Your job is to create memes that review food and health. You must create at least THREE relevant memes for each of the following: 
  •  The five parts of the IB guide for Food and Health.   You can create more than 15 memes (I will take only the highest scoring 10) but I will only review those that are submitted in the proper format.
  • This will count as a test grade.
    • Format
      • Using MICROSOFT PUBLISHER you will organize your memes in the following way: #1 — Option f: Food and Health: Global Patterns in food/nutrition indicators, including the food security index, the hunger index, calories per person/capita, indicators of malnutrition

 

9/9/21

UNIT

  • Option F -- Food and Health

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Future Health and food security and sustainability 

GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • Explain the future possibilities for sustainable agriculture and improved health

 CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • PAPER 2 TEST!!!!!!!!!!!!

EBOLA DAY 2

HOMEWORK

  • I'm pretty sure that's it kids!  Have a great night! 

 

 

9/7/21

UNIT

  • Option F -- Food and Health

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Future Health and food security and sustainability 

GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • Explain the future possibilities for sustainable agriculture and improved health

 CLASS ACTIVITIES

 

 

9/2

  • Finish up the large paper Food and Health Reviews from last class!
  • Go over ALLLLLLLLL the review documents (1 pagers and paper ones)
    • This will take a minute so settle in!
    • We'll dive back into content next week after Labor Day!
      • Have a great weekend! 

 

 

8/31/21

  • And just like that, Codega's back!
  • Thanks for being nice kids while I was gone! 
  • Let's go over the 1 pagers together.  DO NOT JUST READ THESE!  Hit the highlights / essential info in like less than 2-3 minutes! 
  • Quickly cover the articles from last class and Codega will check them for a grade! 
  • Next we need to look at stuff we should know for Food and Health.
    • Did we finish that unit??
    • Let's review what we did accomplish!
      • Large paper review! 

 

8/27/21

 

 

8/25/21

  • Sorry guys -- COVID brain fog is real!  I thought I had uploaded your work but....
  • Anyway, my bad and I'll have some work for you Friday!
    • Stay safe! 

 

8/23/21

  • Codega's out -- I'm fine but I won't be back until Monday Aug 30th.  
  • Check this space for work each class period!
  • Today:
    • Continue to work on the review one page documents
    • They need to be:
      • Easy to read and digest (that means NO paragraphs of text / must function as a STUDY Guide)
      • Can  be more than one page
      • Include pictures / graphs / maps / charts / whatever to help reinforce concepts.
    • Since you have two full class periods to complete these they had better be good!
    • If you finish early please look over your notes and the textbook to check that you didn't miss anything vital!  THEN you can work on other IB stuff -- please don't waste this valuable chance to get ahead your senior year! 
  • Again. check this space next class for more information!
  • Have a great day, wear a mask, and stay safe out in these streets! 

 

8/18/21

Welcome Back!

  • What did you guys get up to this summer?
  • Now some good news -- https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2021/08/delta-has-changed-pandemic-endgame/619726/
    • Uhhhh....wait....not really..... 
  • Before we hit new content let's create some review guides for what we completed last year.  Let's keep it pretty simple. 
    • 1 page document that hits all the info from the guide. 
    • There are 9 of you and 9 parts of the guide for the core content.
      • These need to be intentional and well designed -- make sure it's the type of thing that you will actually use 9 months from now when preparing for this IB exam!  

 

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