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1/19

  • Finish up Parts C & D -- Codega will conference with you on Friday -- remember, this is a BEST draft, not a rough draft.  Make sure you are answering the research question and make sure that you'll  

 

1/3 & 1/5

  • Today we start to sift through the fieldwork data you collected
    • Step 1 -- turn it all into Codega
    • Step 2 -- Codega scans it and adds it to the shared folder that he's creating (maybe)
    • Step 3 -- Start to look at all the data
      • paying attention to the IA question and your hypothesis
        • Look for supporting data
        • look for an anomalies / outliers
      • Start to think about how you want to display and then analyze the data -- simple pie carts and bar graphs aren't going to cut it kids!
        • Make sure you look at the 2022 IA page for ways to approach the data and represent it
    • Step 4 -- You are going to write Parts C and D together
      • Remember, you are answering the IA question.
      • You can add maps or sketches here as well to help illuminate your ideas IF you explain them and solidly link them to your thesis...not looking for just random maps -- they need to be connected to the thesis AND connected to the questions EXPLICITLY.  

 

12/16

  • LAST DAY BEFORE BREAK (for B day of course!)
  • Keep working on Part B (and make sure you add to Part A / make the changes I asked you to make)
    • Add in some stuff about the hierarchy of sports and leisure sites and the spheres of influence
    • Add some more ANNOTATED maps for the first part of A -- it isn't enough to just screen shot stuff off Google maps -- you need to add info that makes it relevant to our IA question!  Why is it there and WHAT is it showing?  Don't forget map conventions (pdf link is on the 2022 IA page)!
    • I would like to see part B done today -- it's only 300 words.
  • You need to have another day of data collection.  Today or tomorrow would be awesome because the weather is going to be fantastic -- might mean more people are out and about at sports and leisure facilities!
    • I know that some of you have stuff going on -- I get it.  Make sure that you have another data collection day before we get back.  Parts C & D deal with the data and are worth the most points so we need to get moving on those as soon as we return from break.  DON'T MAKE THE REST OF THE CLASS WAIT FOR YOUR DATA PLEASE!

HOMEWORK

  • Complete Part B
  • Conduct another data collection day before we return from break! 

 

12/14

  • Today we talk Part B
    • I'd like you to re-read the Part B's from the samples and grade them according to the rubric (both can he found on the 2022 IA page)
    • We'll go over what IB gave them in a few!
    • We also need to talk about your field work!  Anything need to change? 

 

12/8

  • Let's discuss the Part As
    • Any questions?
    • If you think its good to go then conference with Codega
      • Please make sure you make the changes he recommends!
    • Otherwise keep working on it -- it's due Friday
  • Next we need to make partners for the fieldwork
    • You and your partner are in charge of hitting 2 spots
    • One is going to be Saturday (we need to do one weekend day)
      • 45 minutes at each place (1.5 hours total)
    •  

 

12/6

  • uhhhh....what a time to be alive???
  • Let's work some more on the IA
    • MAP CHECK!
    • Now time to start working on Part A
      • Take a look at the rubric and the examples
        • I've provided you with a list of resources that might help with Part A but make sure that you aren't writing random stuff (I'm looking at you Forest Acres water pipes courtesy of FDR!)
        • You only have 250 - 300 words to set the geographic setting for the IA (maybe you can even reference the maps you created!). 
        • Make sure you EXPLICTLY quote from the guide -- no need to be coy here -- just come right out and say it using the language from the guide!!!!!!
        • Maybe see if you can cook up more than one hypothesis -- that way it is easier to write the other parts because you'll have a bit more to investigate.
      • Part A is due Friday (it's not hard and you'll have class time!)

HOMEWORK

  • Work on Part A!  IT's due FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!!!! 

 

12/2

Read these really quick

HOMEWORK

  • Finish up your world class maps!  

 

11/30

UNIT

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Today we'll talk about the tests
    • Not great! 
  • Now we'll start to mess with the IA

 

11/19

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Managing tourism and sport for the future

 GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • Future possibilities for management of, and participation in, tourism and sport at varying scales.

CLASS ACTIVITIES

 

11/17

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Managing tourism and sport for the future

 GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • Future possibilities for management of, and participation in, tourism and sport at varying scales.

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Go over the work from last classsssssssss
  • Talk about the nugget off Friday 
  • Start to review for the test next class 
    • Using the IB guide create a useful review resource
      • That could be
        • an infographic 
        • a quizlet
        • a 1 pager
        • Memes 
        • whatever really -- make sure its based on the IB GUIDE 
      • email me whatever you decide to make! 

HOMEWORK

  • Study for the test
  • Bring in whatever you were supposed to bring in! 

 

 

11/15/21

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Managing tourism and sport for the future

 GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • Future possibilities for management of, and participation in, tourism and sport at varying scales.

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Let's go over the case study from last class. 
  • Now take a look at what Codega is handing out:
    • Read / underline / highlight
    • Let's talk about The impact of Social Media on tourism:
      • The Impact of Social Media in the Travel and Hospitality Industry

        From Visually.

        • OUTLINE how and why social media has influenced the growth of the travel and tourism sectors

    • Diaspora Tourism

      • What is it?

      • See if you can find a tour company that caters to your heritage.

        • What do they offer?

        • How much does a trip cost?

        • Would you do something like this over a beach trip?  Why or why not?

  • That's all folks! 

 

 

11/11/21

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Managing tourism and sport for the future

 GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • Future possibilities for management of, and participation in, tourism and sport at varying scales.

CLASS ACTIVITIES

Homework 

  • Finish "one pager" if you do not finish in class

 

11/9/21

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Tourism and sport at the international scale

 GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • Explain the varying power of different countries to participate in global tourism and sport

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Peer grade the responses from last class
  • Now, working in pair, write a 10 mark response!  Look at the feedback and rubric!
  • Time to look at unsustainable tourist growth in a rural and a urban hotspot
    • Find an example of each:
      • Find a news item related to each
        • NY Times, The Guardian. USA Today, The Atlantic, Washington Post,  etc. -- NOT JUST Wikipedia!
      • Break down the problem for each
      • Discuss possible management issues -- this might take some research
    • Be prepared to discuss
  •  

 

11/5/21

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Tourism and sport at the international scale

 GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • Explain the varying power of different countries to participate in global tourism and sport

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Let's talk about the Qatar lesson plan!
  • Now let's take a look at the requirements for your extended response:
    • Discuss the costs and benefits for ONE country hosting an international sporting event.
      • What does this response look like
        • It's more of your 4-5 paragraph essay (yup, these take a minute!)
        • First paragraph should highlight the specific areas you are going to hit on
          • ESPN
            • E= Economic
            • S = Social
            • P = Political 
            • N = Natural World (Human/environment interaction) 
        • This is an argumentative essay 
          • You need to breakdown BOTH sides of the argument but you should have an opinion one way or another
            • When you highlight the other side you also need to explain WHY it isn't correct / as good.   
          • Look to highlight complexity or interrelationships within the topic 
          • Need to use specific statistics to back up your argument -- specificity KEY to a high scoring essay!
        • It does need a strong conclusion that wraps it up and summarizes your argument.  At the end there should be no doubt what side of the debate you are on! 

HOMEWORK

  • GO TO THE PLAYOFF FOOTBALL GAME TONIGHT -- GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FALCONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

11/3/21

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Tourism and sport at the international scale

 GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

 

11/1 (it's NOVEMBER of your SENIOR YEAR -- WOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Tourism and sport at the international scale

 GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

Homework  

  • Finish whatever you didn't get to in class!!!! 

 

10/28

UNIT

  • OPTION E -- Leisure, Tourism and Sport 

GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY

  • Tourism and sport at the international scale

 GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

  • How does the varying power of different countries impact their participation in global tourism and sport?

CLASS ACTIVITIES

 

10/26

•Welcome back!U

 

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