HISTORY OF SCIENCE FICTION:
We turned the outline of our introduction into a first draft and began writing the first main body paragraph.
Reviewed 3.1 and worked on 3.2:
Learning Target: “I can show how the environment we live in influences the way we live.”
Student talk: Which region of Canada is NOT normally suited for permanent settlement? (You can use the map on page 53 as a reference.)
Read section 3.2 (maps and graphics included):
- Identify vocabulary: urban, rural, ecumene
- Define it as described in the reading, provide an illustration, list characteristics of the words, including words related and NOT related (opposites) to the vocabulary word.
- Reflect: What does this word have to do with understanding thematic maps?
- Identify what three groups make up Canada’s “founding Peoples”. Explain why each group is considered to be a “founding people”?
- Describe where Canadians live. Use Urban, Rural and ecumene as part of your answer.
Reflection: “I am meeting the learning target because I did _____.”
WASHINGTON STATE HISTORY:
We reviewed cause and effect and as it applies to the reading assignment for p. 84 & 85:
We then discussed the second part of the assignment on p 86-87, which is due at the end of class tomorrow.