AP Human Geography Unit 1 Review (Everything You NEED to Know!)
AP Human Geography Unit 1 Review (Everything You NEED to Know!)

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AP Human Geography Week #2. Fall 2014. AP Human Geography 9/8/14 http://mrmilewski.com. OBJECTIVE: Examine the different types of geography. APHugI-D.1 Language objective : Write about geography. I. Journal#3pt.A -Watch the following: – Ebola heading to Nebraska

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AP Human Geography Week #2 Fall 2014

AP Human Geography 9/8/14http://mrmilewski.com • OBJECTIVE: Examine the different types of geography. APHugI-D.1 • Language objective: Write about geography. • I. Journal#3pt.A -Watch the following: -Ebola heading to Nebraska • II. Description of Guided Readings • III. Journal#3pt.B -notes on what maps tell us • NOTICE: Open House Tomorrow 6PM • Homework: Read pages 17-25

The Two Types of Geography Physical Geography • – Topography – Climate (Koppen) – Flora and Fauna – soil Human Geography • – Culture – Population – Economic – Political – Urban – Agriculture 2

Medical Geography • John Snow mapped the cases of cholera in London in 1854. • With this analysis he discovered that cholera was spread by drinking infected water. http://www.globalsecurity.org/wmd/intro/images/cholera-snow-map.jpg

Globalization • The spread of economic activities from one country to many other regions. • The establishment of integrated industrial and service sectors world-wide. • Primarily an economic factor, it has enormous social and political consequences.

Local Diversity • It is ironic as the world becomes more globalized it has become more diverse. • People search for ways to express their unique cultural traditions and identity as a reaction to globalization. http://europeforvisitors.com/europe/images/plan_scotland_bagpiper_v.jpg

Distribution-geographers • Concern is about the arrangement of features on the earth’s surface. • 3 main properties of distribution are: • Density-the frequency that something occurs in a given space. • Concentration-changes in distribution-how close together-dispersed or clustered. • Pattern-the arrangement of the distribution of features in a given space.

Absolute location or mathematical location is the exact latitude and longitude coordinates of a place. • Relative location-the location of a place in relation to other physical or human features. • Centrality-the function of location relative to urban places, resources, productive farmland and efficient transportation systems. Cities for example dominate their locations economically, politically and culturally thus displaying centrality.

Homework Tonight • Read p.17-25 • Begin working on guided reading.

AP Human Geography 9/9/14http://mrmilewski.com • OBJECTIVE: Examine thematic maps & apply the 5 Themes of Geography to Chocolate. APHugI-C • Language objective: Write about maps and chocolate. • I. Homework Help -assist with guided readings on Ch#1 • II. Journal#4 pt.A -Thematic maps • III. Journal#4 pt.B -5 Themes of Geography Through Chocolate • IV. Homework: Read pages 26-28 • NOTICE: Open House tonight 6-7:30PM

Thematic Maps • Isoline Maps-use lines of equal value to represent data like elevation, barometric pressure or temperature • Choropleth Maps-a thematic map in which a variable is depicted with shading patterns or colors. • Proportional Symbol Map-a thematic map in which the size of the symbol varies in proportion to the intensity of the mapped variable. • Dot Map-a thematic map in which a dot represents some frequency of the mapped variable. • Cartogram-a thematic map using relative size of political units to convey a value.

The Township and Range System • Created by the US Land Ordinance of 1785. • Each township is divided into 36 sections each 1 mile by 1 mile and numbered 1 in the NE and 36 in the SE. • The Homestead Act of 1863 encouraged the settlement of the West by giving each settler a quarter section or 160 acres of land.

5 Themes of Chocolate • Look for the 5 Themes of Geography • 1.) Location • 2.) Place • 3.) Human Environment • 4.) Region • 5.) Movement Watch the following two clips • Hershey’s • Radical Chocolate • Pay attention to the supply chain (What goes into making Chocolate?)

Homework Tonight • Read p.26-28 • Continue working on guided reading.

AP Human Geography 9/10/14http://mrmilewski.com • OBJECTIVE: Examine the different types of regions in the United States. APHugI-D.4 • Language objective: Write about regions. • I. Journal#5 ptA -Watch the following: -American Tongues Tease • II. Journal#5 pt.B -notes on regions • NOTICE: If you haven’t read pages 1-28 finish tonight!

Regions • Formal-a uniform or homogenous area where all share a common attribute such as language, climate or political system. • Functional or Nodal- an area organized around a center, node or focal point that is organized to function politically, socially or economically. • Vernacular or Perceptual-how people think about or perceive a region-such as Midwest or the South

This functional regions on this map are based on the linkages between large banks of major central cities and the correspondent banks that they serve in smaller towns.

The state of Iowa is a Formal Region. • The colored circles represent the percentage of households served by a TV station and are Functional Regions

Map Exercise • Using your practice map, label the following regions: • West • Midwest • South • New England • Mid Atlantic • Gulf • South West • Pacific • Northwest • Acadia • Atlantic • North

Example#1 http://www.learner.org/interactives/historymap/images/new50intro_07.gif

Example#2 http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/statesbw/censusregions.GIF

Midwest? http://midwestbiogas.com/wp-content/plugins/display-boxes/3.jpg http://www.americanbannerexchange.com/us-midwest.gif

Dialect Maps • Dialect Survey Maps and Results • Below are the dialect maps, displaying what terms and pronunciations are used, and where they are used. • Click here for link to Dialect Maps Photo: Mark Milewski 9/6/14 Trenton, MI

Homework Tonight • Finish reading Ch#1 if you haven’t already finished. • Continue working on guided reading.

AP Human Geography 9/11/14http://mrmilewski.com • OBJECTIVE: Examine examples of AP extended response questions. APHugIV-A.3 • Language objective: Explore coffee production. • I. Administrative stuff -attendance • II. Model of FRQ -examples of extended response questions -Link to 2014 FRQ (question#3) • III. Complete Guided Readings

Free Response Questions • The AP Exam on May 15, 2015 has two parts. • Part A. -1/2 of your exam grade -75 multiple choice questions -60 minutes • Part B. -1/2 of your exam grade -3 FRQs

How FRQ’s are scored • The first week of June, in Cincinnati, OH • Graders look for the following: • 1.) Each FRQ is clearly labeled. • 2.) Graders use a rubric to score each question. • FYI, you do NOT need to write a formal essay, but you need to use complete sentences.

2014 FRQ Question#3 • 3. Agricultural systems, such as the production of coffee, are part of a global network. A. Describe a common characteristic shared by the coffee producing countries shown on the map. B. Explain two impacts of coffee farming on producing countries. C. Identify and explain one way increased coffee consumption outside of coffee growing areas affects its production. D. Explain one change in the urban landscape in the developed world associated with coffee consumption. http://globalexpansionstrategy.blogspot.com/2011/07/brazils-quality-coffee-or-capabilities.html

Homework Tonight • Finish reading Ch#1 if you haven’t already finished. • Continue working on guided reading.

AP Human Geography 9/12/14http://mrmilewski.com • OBJECTIVE:Examine the culture of North Korea. APHugIV-A.1 • Language objective: Answer questions on N. Korea. • Administrative Stuff -attendance • II. Quiz#2 • III. Film: Lisa Ling: Inside North Korea • Answer questions while watching film • Homework: Finish Guided Reading for Chapter#1

Homework Tonight • Finish reading Ch#1 if you haven’t already finished. • Continue working on guided reading.

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