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Mapping Africa Day 2

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Amelia Merwin

on 13 January 2016

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Transcript of Mapping Africa Day 2

Do Now - Wednesday, January 13, 2016



1. What type of things were you asked to mark on your sample map?

2. Make a prediction: Why are these things significant?
I predict that_______________

3. Explain one new piece of information you learned from your map yesterday.
*Africa's population is 1.1 billion

* 15% of the world's population lives in Africa

*There are 54 countries within the continent of
Africa

*There are over 1,000 different
languages spoken in Africa

SWBAT create a class map of northern Medieval Africa, including trade routes and physical features, using data from various secondary sources.
Today's Learning Objectives
OPTION 1: Add to your
map as each group presents
OPTION 2: As each group presents, track
observations
and
inferences
about what you see being added to the map
*You will continue working in your groups from yesterday.

*Every group will have TEN MINUTES to do this following:

1. DOUBLE CHECK EVERYONE'S MAP!
2. Plan your introduction:
"On this map, we will be presenting _________"
3. Get ready to present :)


MEDIEVAL AFRICA GROUP MINI PROJECT - DAY 2
EXIT TICKET TIME!
Remember: YOU ARE AN ISLAND
THERE IS NO ONE TO TALK TO OR LOOK AT
YES I WILL SIGN
YOUR COYOTE CARD
AFRICA
AFRICA
QUICK PAUSE
BATHROOM PASSES/
LATE PASSES
Yesterday you examined a specific map of Africa.
Grading Criteria ____/10 points
*Accuracy
*Group Partcipation
*Craftsmanship
CREATING THE CLASS MAP
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