HISTORY OF SCIENCE FICTION:
Character maps for Hazel, George and Harrison. Due tomorrow at the end of class.
Discussed 2.5 and handed it in. We then began 2.6-2.7 map activity.
2.6: Population Density Map
With a partner, study the population density map of China on p. 35 for the following information:
1) Locate the compass rose and the map scale. Measure the size of China from east to west and north to south.
2) Use the map legend to find the following:
- How many cities have over 8 million people? How many cities have between 4-8 million people? How many cities have between 1-4 million people?
- Locate where China’s population density is the highest. Beside what physical feature (land or water) does this population density reside?
- Inside which population density are most cities located?
3) By yourself, use the information from steps 1 & 2 to write a description of China using complete sentences. Your description must provide details on the following:
- the general size and shape of China
- the number of cities over 8 million, between 4-8 million, and between 1-4
- the population density most cities are inside
- the physical feature closest to or inside China’s highest population density
2.7: Economic Activity Map
With a partner, study the economic activity map of Europe on p. 37 for the following information:
1) Using the compass rose and the map scale, please measure the size of Europe from east to west and north to south.
2) Use the map legend to identify the following:
- the 2 largest uses of land
- the 2 largest numbers of natural resources
- the 2 natural resources that occupy the same land use as commercial fishing
3) Use the information from steps 1 & 2 to write a description of Europe and its economic activity using complete sentences in the form of a PARAGRAPH. Your description must answer the following:
- What is the size and general shape of Europe?
- What are the 2 largest land uses in Europe?
- What are the 2 largest natural resources in Europe?
- How can the drilling of these natural resources in the ocean affect the economic activity of commercial fishing in Europe?
WASHINGTON STATE HISTORY:
Outlining chapter two essay assignment. Working on rubric and introduction.
“The natural environments of Washington state create seven distinct geographic regions. Each region is the result of an interrelationship between location, physical features, landforms, climate, soils, vegetation, and wildlife. The interaction of these factors gives each region its individual character.”
Do you agree or disagree?
Using your chapter two journal notes and assignments, write a multi-paragraph response that shows how the geographical regions of the Puget Lowlands and the Columbia Plateau are uniquely different from one another, or the same. Clearly state your claim. Use climate, physical features, vegetation and wildlife as your evidence, proving or disproving your claim. Provide a concluding statement that supports your argument.