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					DAY 1
                                   Table of Contents
                    Pg                 Assignment             Date
Table of Contents
                    1    Note Book Guidelines                 8/31
                    2
• Sharpen           3    Article 1 Universal Declaration of   9/1
  Pencils etc.           Human Rights

• Get your          4    What do I know About Civilization?   9/1
                    5    Civilization Wheel                   9/1
  notebooks out.
• Copy the
  following onto
  the first page
  of your Table
  of Contents
  Exactly As
  You See It.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights

• Attach the slip you
  received to page      Article 1 - Universal Declaration of
  #3 and Answer                      Human Rights

  Questions 1 and 2
  for discussion.                      ?
     What do I know about civilization?
• Draw this       What do I know?   What do I want to Know?
  chart onto
  Page 4 of
  your journal.
  Complete the
  chart
  expressing
  your own
  ideas. Be
  prepared for
  discussion.
DAY 2
                                   Table of Contents
                    Pg                 Assignment             Date
Table of Contents
                    1    Note Book Guidelines                 8/31
                    2
• Sharpen           3    Article 1 Universal Declaration of   9/1
  Pencils etc.           Human Rights

• Get your          4    What do I know About Civilization?   9/1
                    5    Civilization Wheel                   9/2
  notebooks out.    6    Civilization and Me Tree Map         9/2
• Copy the
  following onto
  the first page
  of your Table
  of Contents
  Exactly As
  You See It.
Civilization
Wheel

1. Copy the
   Civilization
   Wheel onto
                                    History
   Page 5 of your
   Journal.
2. Using the
   yellow part of        Artistic      Geography
   the circle write    Expression
   your ideas
   about why each
   characteristic is                     Culture
   important.
3. Leave room at
   the bottom of
   the page to add
   additional
   information.
        Civilization and Me Tree Map
• On Page #6 of your notebook, create the tree map
  you see below. Underneath each characteristic
  explain how you experience that characteristic in
  your own life.

                                        Characteristics
                                               of
                                          Civilization




  History      Artistic                  Science &
                           Economics                       Government     Culture      Geography
_________    Expression                  Technology
                          ___________                     ___________   ___________   ___________
            ___________                 ___________
_________   ___________
                          ___________
                                        ___________
                                                          ___________   ___________   ___________
_________                 ___________                     ___________   ___________   ___________
            ___________                 ___________
_________                 __________                      ___________   ___________   ___________
             _________
DAY 3
                                   Table of Contents
                    Pg                 Assignment             Date
Table of Contents
                    1    Note Book Guidelines                 8/31
                    2
• Sharpen           3    Article 1 Universal Declaration of   9/1
  Pencils etc.           Human Rights

• Get your          4    What do I know About Civilization?   9/1
                    5    Civilization Wheel                   9/2
  notebooks out.    6    Civilization and Me Tree Map         9/2
• Copy the          7    Cultures Video C-Notes               9/3
  following onto    8    Verbal Visual Maps                   9/3

  the first page
  of your Table
  of Contents
  Exactly As
  You See It.
                 Video Notes
                    Title:
• Draw the          Questions   Notes
  following C-
  Note format
  onto page
  #7 of your
  Journal and
  prepare
  yourself to
  Take Notes
                    Summary
DAY 4
                                    Table of Contents
                    Pg                  Assignment            Date
Table of Contents
                    1    Note Book Guidelines                 8/31
                    2
• Sharpen           3    Article 1 Universal Declaration of   9/1
  Pencils etc.           Human Rights

• Get your          4    What do I know About Civilization?   9/1
                    5    Civilization Wheel                   9/2
  notebooks out.    6    Civilization and Me Tree Map         9/2
• Copy the          7    Cultures Video C-Notes               9/3
  following onto    8    Verbal Visual Maps                   9/4

  the first page    9    Culture vs. Civilization             9/4

  of your Table
  of Contents
  Exactly As
  You See It.
             Culture and Civilization
• Draw the Follow Maps on your Page #8 of your Notebook
  exactly as you see them. Leave room to write


   Vocabulary Term     Visual Presentation    Vocabulary Term     Visual Presentation


    CULTURE                                  CIVILIZATION


     Your Definition           Personal         Your Definition           Personal
                            Association                                Association
• Culture
1) - The behaviors and beliefs characteristic
  of a particular social, ethnic, or age or
  other group.

2) - attitudes and behavior that characterize
  the functioning of a group or organization

• Civilization
A complex and advanced state of human
  society, in which a high level of culture,
  science, industry, and government has
  been reached
       Culture vs. Civilization
• Draw this      Similar     Different
  chart onto
  Page #9 of
  your
  journal.
  Complete
  the chart
  expressing
  your own
  ideas. Be
  prepared for
  discussion.
DAY 5
                                    Table of Contents
                    Pg                  Assignment               Date
Table of Contents
                    1    Note Book Guidelines                    8/31
                    2
• Sharpen           3    Article 1 Universal Declaration of      9/1
  Pencils etc.           Human Rights

• Get your          4    What do I know About Civilization?      9/1
                    5    Civilization Wheel                      9/2
  notebooks out.    6    Civilization and Me Tree Map            9/2
• Copy the          7    Cultures Video C-Notes                  9/3
  following onto    8    Verbal Visual Maps                      9/4

  the first page    9    Culture vs. Civilization                9/4
                    10   Characteristics of Culture Vocabulary   9/8
  of your Table          Round -Up
  of Contents
  Exactly As
  You See It.
   Characteristics of Culture Vocabulary Round-Up
  Copy this chart onto Page #10 of your Notebook


Culture     Organized Groups   Norms      Body of Knowledge




   Art      Work and Rewards   Religion       Values
    Directions
Each student will work in a group. You will
be given the definition of one of the 7
Characteristics of Culture. On a poster
your group is to write the definition of your
characteristic in your own words and
draw a visual representation of that
characteristic. Ask Ms. Jackson to check
your groups poster then hang you poster
on the wall outside the classroom.

   You Have 10 Minutes!!!!
  Directions
 Visit each poster and write
 the definition provided by
 your class mates onto the
 chart you created on Page
 #10. Be careful to put each
definition in the correct box.
DAY 6
                                   Table of Contents
Table of Contents   Pg                  Assignment               Date

                    1    Note Book Guidelines                    8/31
                    2
 • Sharpen          3    Article 1 Universal Declaration of      9/1
   Pencils etc.          Human Rights

 • Get your         4    What do I know About Civilization?      9/1
                    5    Civilization Wheel                      9/2
   notebooks out.   6    Civilization and Me Tree Map            9/2
 • Copy the         7    Cultures Video C-Notes                  9/3
   following onto   8    Verbal Visual Maps                      9/4

   the first page   9    Culture vs. Civilization                9/4
                    10   Characteristics of Culture Vocabulary   9/8
   of your Table         Round -Up
   of Contents      11   Mbuti Culture Observation               9/9
   Exactly As
   You See It.
  Mbuti Culture vs. My Culture
• Draw this      Similar   Different
  chart onto
  Page #11 of
  your
  journal.
  Complete
  the chart
  expressing
  your own
  ideas. Be
  prepared for
  discussion.
         Directions
   Look at the picture of the Mbuti Tribe.
  Identify and label the Characteristics of
 Culture observed in the picture. You may
find a characteristic more than once. After
  you have complete this task, use your T
 Chart on Page #11 to identify similarities
and differences between your culture and
  the cultural characteristics of the Mbuti.

 TAPE YOUR LABLED PICTURE ONTO
            PAGE #11
DAY 7
                                       Table of Contents
Table of Contents       Pg                  Assignment               Date

                    1        Note Book Guidelines                    8/31
                    2
 • Sharpen          3        Article 1 Universal Declaration of      9/1
   Pencils etc.              Human Rights

 • Get your         4        What do I know About Civilization?      9/1
                    5        Civilization Wheel                      9/2
   notebooks out.   6        Civilization and Me Tree Map            9/2
 • Copy the         7        Cultures Video C-Notes                  9/3
   following onto   8        Verbal Visual Maps                      9/4

   the first page   9        Culture vs. Civilization                9/4
                    10       Characteristics of Culture Vocabulary   9/8
   of your Table             Round -Up
   of Contents      11       Mbuti Culture Observation               9/9
   Exactly As       12-13    Key Vocabulary Terms Unit 1             9/10
   You See It.
   Directions
    Complete the vocabulary
          analysis using
Modified Frayer Model provided
 to you. Complete your work on
   the handouts you are given.
   After you are done, fold and
   tape the handouts into your
 Notebook on Pages# 12 and 13
 Yesterdays’ Assignment

  If you did not finish
 yesterdays assignment
you may continue to work
   on it once you have
         finished.
DAY 8
                                        Table of Contents
                        Pg                   Assignment                 Date
Table of Contents
                    1        Note Book Guidelines                       8/31
                    2
 • Sharpen          3        Article 1 Universal Declaration of Human   9/1
   Pencils etc.              Rights

 • Get your         4        What do I know About Civilization?         9/1
                    5        Civilization Wheel                         9/2
   notebooks out.   6        Civilization and Me Tree Map               9/2
 • Copy the         7        Cultures Video C-Notes                     9/3
   following onto   8        Verbal Visual Maps                         9/4

   the first page   9        Culture vs. Civilization                   9/4
                    10       Characteristics of Culture Vocabulary      9/8
   of your Table             Round -Up
   of Contents      11       Mbuti Culture Observation                  9/9
   Exactly As       12-13    Key Vocabulary Terms Unit 1                9/10
   You See It.      14-15    Bushmen Tribe and Writing Activity         9/11
   Directions
     Read the story about the
  Bushmen tribe. As you read
    look for and highlight the
       details about their
   Characteristics of Culture .
Complete the written assignment
  on pages 14 and 15 of your
            Notebook.
DAY 8
                                        Table of Contents
                        Pg                   Assignment                 Date
Table of Contents
                    1        Note Book Guidelines                       8/31
                    2
 • Sharpen          3        Article 1 Universal Declaration of Human   9/1
   Pencils etc.              Rights

 • Get your         4        What do I know About Civilization?         9/1
                    5        Civilization Wheel                         9/2
   notebooks out.   6        Civilization and Me Tree Map               9/2
 • Copy the         7        Cultures Video C-Notes                     9/3
   following onto   8        Verbal Visual Maps                         9/4

   the first page   9        Culture vs. Civilization                   9/4
                    10       Characteristics of Culture Vocabulary      9/8
   of your Table             Round -Up
   of Contents      11       Mbuti Culture Observation                  9/9
   Exactly As       12-13    Key Vocabulary Terms Unit 1                9/10
   You See It.      14-15    Bushmen Tribe and Writing Activity         9/11
                    16       Geography Anticipation Guide               9/15
                    17       C-Notes                                    9/15
                                      Table of Contents
                     Pg                   Assignment             Date
Table of Contents
                    11      Mbuti Culture Observation            9/9
                    12-13   Key Vocabulary Terms Unit 1          9/10
 • Sharpen          14-15   Bushmen Tribe and Writing Activity   9/11
   Pencils etc.     16      Geography Anticipation Guide         9/15
 • Get your         17      C-Notes                              9/15

   notebooks out.   18      Mapping Activity #1                  9/16

 • Copy the
   following onto
   the first page
   of your Table
   of Contents
   Exactly As
   You See It.
        Directions
     Answer the Following Questions onto
            Page 18 of your Journal.
1.   How useful was your map?
2.   Was it easy to follow, Why?
3.   How could your map have been a
     better guide?
4.   Would anyone be able to follow your
     map? Why or Why Not
HOMEWORK
   Due on
 Friday 9/18
                                      Table of Contents
                     Pg                   Assignment             Date
Table of Contents
                    11      Mbuti Culture Observation            9/9
                    12-13   Key Vocabulary Terms Unit 1          9/10
 • Sharpen          14-15   Bushmen Tribe and Writing Activity   9/11
   Pencils etc.     16      Geography Anticipation Guide         9/15
 • Get your         17      C-Notes                              9/15

   notebooks out.   18      Mapping Activity #1                  9/16
                    19      Physical Features Mapping            9/17
 • Copy the         20      Physical Features of the World       9/17
   following onto
   the first page
   of your Table
   of Contents
   Exactly As
   You See It.
  MAP Reminders
1. Use Black or Dark Colored Ink

2. Label the oceans and continents First

3. Highlight the meridian and Parallels

4. Color your Map
                                      Table of Contents
                     Pg                   Assignment                  Date
Table of Contents
                    11      Mbuti Culture Observation                 9/9
                    12-13   Key Vocabulary Terms Unit 1               9/10
 • Sharpen          14-15   Bushmen Tribe and Writing Activity        9/11
   Pencils etc.     16      Geography Anticipation Guide              9/15
 • Get your         17      C-Notes                                   9/15

   notebooks out.   18      Mapping Activity #1                       9/16
                    19      Physical Features Mapping                 9/17
 • Copy the         20      Physical Features of the World            9/17
   following onto   21      Latitude and Longitude                    9/18
   the first page   22      Absolute Location and Relative Location   9/18
   of your Table
   of Contents
   Exactly As
   You See It.
    Latitude and Longitude
Tape your
 Pictures of
the Globe to    TAPE YOUR SLIP
 the TOP of         HERE
 Page 21 of
    your
 Notebook.
Create your      Write Your Own
own special       Special Way to
   way to       Remember Latitude
 remember
Latitude and      and Longitude
 Longitude
Absolute and Relative Location
                 Absolute   Relative
 Copy the        Location   Location
 following
Information
 onto page
 22 of your
  Journal.     Examples     Examples
   Identify
   several
 examples
  for each.
                                      Table of Contents
                     Pg                   Assignment                  Date
Table of Contents
                    11      Mbuti Culture Observation                 9/9
                    12-13   Key Vocabulary Terms Unit 1               9/10
 • Sharpen          14-15   Bushmen Tribe and Writing Activity        9/11
   Pencils etc.     16      Geography Anticipation Guide              9/15
 • Get your         17      C-Notes                                   9/15

   notebooks out.   18      Mapping Activity #1                       9/16
                    19      Physical Features Mapping                 9/17
 • Copy the         20      Physical Features of the World            9/17
   following onto   21      Latitude and Longitude                    9/18
   the first page   22      Absolute Location and Relative Location   9/18
   of your Table    23      Map Scale Worksheet                       9/21

   of Contents
   Exactly As
   You See It.
    Map Scale Worksheet
                 Scale Worksheet
Fold and
tape your
worksheet
               TAPE YOUR
  on to        WORKSHEET
page 23 of       HERE
  your
notebook.
                                      Table of Contents
                     Pg                   Assignment                  Date
Table of Contents
                    11      Mbuti Culture Observation                 9/9
                    12-13   Key Vocabulary Terms Unit 1               9/10
 • Sharpen          14-15   Bushmen Tribe and Writing Activity        9/11
   Pencils etc.     16      Geography Anticipation Guide              9/15
 • Get your         17      C-Notes                                   9/15

   notebooks out.   18      Mapping Activity #1                       9/16
                    19      Physical Features Mapping                 9/17
 • Copy the         20      Physical Features of the World            9/17
   following onto   21      Latitude and Longitude                    9/18
   the first page   22      Absolute Location and Relative Location   9/18
   of your Table    23      Map Scale Worksheet                       9/21

   of Contents      24      Types of Maps Vocabulary                  9/22
                    25      Types of Maps Worksheet                   9/22
   Exactly As
   You See It.
                TYPES OF MAPS journal pg 24


Political Map       Physical Map   Historical Map   Distribution Map




Trade Route Map     Climate Map       Population      Road Map
                                      Density Map
Political Maps – Show boundaries of
countries states cities etc. as well as
           the political data
  Map of the 2010 Senate Races
Physical Maps – Show the features of Earth’s
  natural surface deserts, mountains, etc.
Historical Maps – Show the
 locations of past events.
Distribution Maps

 Shows the spread
 of things such as
religion, vegetation,
   population etc.
    throughout an
        area.

 Grey Wolf Map of
    Wisconsin
Trade Routes – Show routes to deliver goods
Climate Maps – Show the world climates by area.
Population Density Map – Shows the number
   of people in and area per square mile
Road Map – Gives directions in a
   particular city, state, etc.
                                      Table of Contents
                     Pg                   Assignment                  Date
Table of Contents
                    11      Mbuti Culture Observation                 9/9
                    12-13   Key Vocabulary Terms Unit 1               9/10
 • Sharpen          14-15   Bushmen Tribe and Writing Activity        9/11
   Pencils etc.     16      Geography Anticipation Guide              9/15
 • Get your         17      C-Notes                                   9/15

   notebooks out.   18      Mapping Activity #1                       9/16
                    19      Physical Features Mapping                 9/17
 • Copy the         20      Physical Features of the World            9/17
   following onto   21      Latitude and Longitude                    9/18
   the first page   22      Absolute Location and Relative Location   9/18
   of your Table    23      Map Scale Worksheet                       9/21

   of Contents      24      Types of Maps Vocabulary                  9/22
                    25      Types of Maps Worksheet                   9/22
   Exactly As
                    26      Physical Feature Theatre Reflection       9/23
   You See It.
      Reflection Questions
1. Which interpretation (other than yours) was the
   most accurate and why?

2. Which interpretation is more likely to help you
   remember the physical feature it represented
   and Why?

3. Which physical Feature would you have liked
   to have a chance to interpret with your group?
                                      Table of Contents
                     Pg                   Assignment                  Date
Table of Contents
                    11      Mbuti Culture Observation                 9/9
                    12-13   Key Vocabulary Terms Unit 1               9/10
 • Sharpen          14-15   Bushmen Tribe and Writing Activity        9/11
   Pencils etc.     16      Geography Anticipation Guide              9/15
 • Get your         17      C-Notes                                   9/15

   notebooks out.   18      Mapping Activity #1                       9/16
                    19      Physical Features Mapping                 9/17
 • Copy the         20      Physical Features of the World            9/17
   following onto   21      Latitude and Longitude                    9/18
   the first page   22      Absolute Location and Relative Location   9/18
   of your Table    23      Map Scale Worksheet                       9/21

   of Contents      24      Types of Maps Vocabulary                  9/22
                    25      Types of Maps Worksheet                   9/22
   Exactly As
                    26      Physical Feature Theatre Reflection       9/23
   You See It.      27      Population Density Worksheet              9/24
 Population Density Worksheet
                   Scale Worksheet
Fold and
tape your
worksheet
                 TAPE YOUR
  on to          WORKSHEET
page 27 of         HERE
  your
notebook.
                                    Table of Contents
                     Pg                 Assignment                  Date
Table of Contents
                    20    Physical Features of the World            9/17
                    21    Latitude and Longitude                    9/18
 • Sharpen          22    Absolute Location and Relative Location   9/18
   Pencils etc.     23    Map Scale Worksheet                       9/21
 • Get your         24    Types of Maps Vocabulary                  9/22

   notebooks out.   25    Types of Maps Worksheet                   9/22
                    26    Physical Feature Theatre Reflection       9/23
 • Copy the         27    Population Density Worksheet              9/24
   following onto   28    Economics Notes Day 1                     9/28
   the first page   29    Different Types of Wealth Chart           9/28
   of your Table
   of Contents
   Exactly As
   You See It.
ECONOMICS
        Economics Notes Day 1
                 Title:
• Draw the       Questions   Notes
  following C-
  Note format
  onto page
  #28 of your
  Journal and
  prepare
  yourself to
  Take Notes
                 Summary
          ECONOMICS


The production, distribution, and
  use (consumption) of wealth,
  goods, and services (p. 83 in textbook)
  Words used to discuss economics:
economics, economy, economist,
        economical, economize
            ECONOMICS
• Economics includes all the activities that
  people do to earn a living.
• These activities become part of a countries
  economic system (economy).
Examples:
   – Going to work
   – Making things
   – Selling things
   – Buying things
   – Trading things
          Economics
 Economic Freedom – refers to the
 freedom consumers have to decide
how to spend or save their incomes,
  for workers to change jobs or join
 unions, for people to establish new
  businesses or close old ones, and
  similar opportunities for people to
    make economic decisions for
             themselves.
 You have 30
  Seconds!!

List 5 things that
are of value to you
   Create the Following chart on
    page 29 of your Notebook

Material Wealth/   Personal Wealth/   Cultural Wealth/
Values             Values             Values
    Question?
How do the values of
 American differ from
  the values of other
culture throughout the
        world?
                                    Table of Contents
                     Pg                 Assignment                  Date
Table of Contents
                    20    Physical Features of the World            9/17
                    21    Latitude and Longitude                    9/18
 • Sharpen          22    Absolute Location and Relative Location   9/18
   Pencils etc.     23    Map Scale Worksheet                       9/21
 • Get your         24    Types of Maps Vocabulary                  9/22

   notebooks out.   25    Types of Maps Worksheet                   9/22
                    26    Physical Feature Theatre Reflection       9/23
 • Copy the         27    Population Density Worksheet              9/24
   following onto   28    Economics Notes Day 1                     9/28
   the first page   29    Different Types of Wealth Chart           9/28
   of your Table    30    Economics Notes Day 2                     9/29

   of Contents      31    Four Types of Economic Activity           9/29
                    32    Types of Economic Activity Homework       9/29
   Exactly As
   You See It.
       Wealth
An abundance of valuable
  material possessions,
  money, resources and
   anything personally
         valued.
    Question ?
How do people Acquire
   Wealth/Money?
   How do people earn money/wealth?
          (economic activities)
Veterinarian    Singer      Comedian      Cook
Teacher     Babysitter     Plumber      Custodian
Road Contractor Minister Swimming instructor
Carpenter        Doctor       Chef      Builder
Librarian      Farmer       Secretary        Actor
Rancher      Nurse      Representative     Banker
Maid       Mechanic       Store Clerk     Baker
Factory worker     Magician      Priest     Parent
Minister     Miner     Forest Ranger      Painter
Tailor Gardener        Police Officer   Principal
    Types of Economic Activity – p. 83
• Primary Industries
•    Directly involves the use of natural
  resources and raw materials.
•    Examples: Farming, mining, cutting
  trees
• Secondary Industries
•    Changes raw materials into finished
  products.
•    Examples: saw mill turns tree into
  lumber to be used to make furniture
    Types of Economic Activity – p. 83
• Tertiary Industries
•    Handle the goods that are ready to be
  sold to consumers.
•    Examples: stores, trucks, trains,
  banks, insurance co.
• Quaternary Industries
•   Specialized skills or knowledge, work
  mostly with information.
•   Examples researchers, managers,
  administrators, quality control
Types of Economic Activities
List 2 jobs for each
Secondary                              Tertiary
Industries           Copy this        Industries
                    Chart Onto
                     Page 31



                   Categories/Types
 Primary           Economic           Quaternary
Industries
                   Activities         Industries
 Examples…

• Secondary Industry –
  A furniture factory is an example of a
  secondary industry because it constructs
  furniture out of the lumber from trees.


• Tertiary Industry –
  Rooms To Go and Dillard's are examples of
  tertiary industries because they sell the
  furniture to the customers.


• Quaternary Industries –
  A store manager is an example of a
  quaternary industry because they help to
  ensure the
  quality control of services.
                     Homework
• On page 32 of your notebook create a pictogram for
  each of the 4 types of economic activities. Write a
  complete sentence describing your pictogram and
  include the correct economic term .


     Examples:

     Primary Industry - A lumberjack
     is an example of a primary
     industry because they cut down
     trees and use a natural resource.
                                       Table of Contents
                      Pg                    Assignment                  Date
Table of Contents
                    20        Physical Features of the World            9/17
                    21        Latitude and Longitude                    9/18
 • Sharpen          22        Absolute Location and Relative Location   9/18
   Pencils etc.     23        Map Scale Worksheet                       9/21
 • Get your         24        Types of Maps Vocabulary                  9/22

   notebooks out.   25        Types of Maps Worksheet                   9/22
                    26        Physical Feature Theatre Reflection       9/23
 • Copy the         27        Population Density Worksheet              9/24
   following onto   28        Economics Notes Day 1 C-Notes             9/28
   the first page   29        Different Types of Wealth Chart           9/28
   of your Table    30        Economics Notes Day 2 C-Notes             9/29

   of Contents      31        Four Types of Economic Activity           9/29
                    32        Types of Economic Activity Homework       9/29
   Exactly As
                    33 - 34   Economics Notes Day 3 C-Notes             9/30
   You See It.
                     Homework
• On page 32 of your notebook create a pictogram for
  each of the 4 types of economic activities. Write a
  complete sentence describing your pictogram and
  include the correct economic term .


     Examples:

     Primary Industry - A lumberjack
     is an example of a primary
     industry because they cut down
     trees and use a natural resource.
 Examples…

• Secondary Industry –
  A furniture factory is an example of a
  secondary industry because it constructs
  furniture out of the lumber from trees.


• Tertiary Industry –
  Rooms To Go and Dillard's are examples of
  tertiary industries because they sell the
  furniture to the customers.


• Quaternary Industries –
  A store manager is an example of a
  quaternary industry because they help to
  ensure the
  quality control of services.
    Economic Systems
• Market economy –
  An economy in which consumers help determine what
  is produced by buying or not buying certain goods and
  services. (p. 85, R16)
• Command Economy -
   An economy in which the government owns most of
  the industries and makes most economic decisions and
  controls factors of production. (pp. 85, R13)
• Traditional Economy -
   Economy based on custom, tradition, laws, rituals,
  religious beliefs and/or habits of the people. (pp. 85, R18)
Ways to Measure a Country’s Economy
         Economic Indicators
• Economic Indicators help give ideas about
  the health of the economy of a particular
  country.

• By using Economic Indicators we can infer
  what life is like for people living in the country
  (standard of living) and how their needs are
  being met.
• Economic Indicators also show the level of
  success of businesses in a country.
Some ways to measure the health of a
      country’s economy…
      Economic Indicators
GNP – Gross National Product
GDP – Gross Domestic Product
Per capita GDP – per person GDP
Life expectancy
Literacy rate
Infant mortality
         Economic Indicators

• Life expectancy – the average number of
  years a human is expected to live

• Infant Mortality – the average number of
  babies out of 1,000 who die before their first
  birthday

• Literacy rate – the percentage of a
  country’s population over the age of 15 who
  can read and write to a third grade level
          Economic Indicators

• GNP (gross national product) – the value of
  all goods and services a country produces
  inside and outside the country in one year
• GDP (gross domestic product) – the value of
  all goods and services produced by a country
  within the country in one year
• Per capita GDP – Gross Domestic Product
  divided by the country’s total population
                                       Table of Contents
                      Pg                    Assignment                   Date
Table of Contents
                    20        Physical Features of the World            9/17
                    21        Latitude and Longitude                    9/18
 • Sharpen          22        Absolute Location and Relative Location   9/18
   Pencils etc.     23        Map Scale Worksheet                       9/21
 • Get your         24        Types of Maps Vocabulary                  9/22

   notebooks out.   25        Types of Maps Worksheet                   9/22
                    26        Physical Feature Theatre Reflection       9/23
 • Copy the         27        Population Density Worksheet              9/24
   following onto   28        Economics Notes Day 1 C-Notes             9/28
   the first page   29        Different Types of Wealth Chart           9/28
   of your Table    30        Economics Notes Day 2 C-Notes             9/29

   of Contents      31        Four Types of Economic Activity           9/29
                    32        Types of Economic Activity Homework       9/29
   Exactly As
                    33 - 34   Economics Notes Day 3 C-Notes             9/30-
   You See It.                                                          10/1
Developed/Developing Countries


   Developing Country – Countries in
  different stages of movement toward
economic and technological development.

  Developed Country – Industrialized
  countries that have strong secondary,
tertiary, and quaternary industries and a
 high standard of living for the people in
               the country.
       Developing Countries
 Low rates of urbanization
 High rates of infant mortality
 Low/lower rates of literacy
 High percentage of the population involved
  in primary industries
 Beginning to change from uneven
  economic growth to a more constant level
  of economic growth
       Developed Countries
 Usually technologically advanced
 Highly urbanized and wealthy
 High percentage of the population
  employed in secondary, tertiary, and
  quaternary industries
 Low rates of infant mortality
 High rates of Literacy
                                       Table of Contents
                      Pg                    Assignment                   Date
Table of Contents
                    20        Physical Features of the World            9/17
                    21        Latitude and Longitude                    9/18
 • Sharpen          22        Absolute Location and Relative Location   9/18
   Pencils etc.     23        Map Scale Worksheet                       9/21
 • Get your         24        Types of Maps Vocabulary                  9/22

   notebooks out.   25        Types of Maps Worksheet                   9/22
                    26        Physical Feature Theatre Reflection       9/23
 • Copy the         27        Population Density Worksheet              9/24
   following onto   28        Economics Notes Day 1 C-Notes             9/28
   the first page   29        Different Types of Wealth Chart           9/28
   of your Table    30        Economics Notes Day 2 C-Notes             9/29

   of Contents      31        Four Types of Economic Activity           9/29
                    32        Types of Economic Activity Homework       9/29
   Exactly As                                                           9/30-10/1
                    33 - 34   Economics Notes Day 3 C-Notes
   You See It.      35        C-Notes Scarcity, Supply and Demand       10/2
                    36        OIEC - Observations                       10/2
                    37        Supply and Demand Writing Activity        10/2
                 Scarcity
• Scarcity is the situation that occurs when
  the demand for something is greater than
  the supply available.

Examples of Scarcity:
12 friends and only 2 cookies
Not enough Wiis for the amount of people
 wanting to purchase them
     Supply and Demand

Items that are scarce (hard to find) or in
 short supply tend to be more expensive.
  (Gasoline, diamonds, timber, land in
 some places, fresh water)
Items that are easily obtained or
 plentiful tend to be less expensive
 (chocolate, sugar, flour, steel, paper
 clips, gum,)
               OIEC
A strategy used to analyze visuals


    1. Observation
    What do you observe? Observation does not involve
    interpretation.
    2. Inference
    This involves interpretation, based on observations.
    3. Evidence
    What is the evidence you detect for your inference?
    4. Conclusion
    What are your conclusions? Must be able to support
    conclusions using evidence.
Use OIEC or OPTIC to analyze this cartoon.
 What does the cartoon tell us about world
       economic interdependence?
OIEC
   As you read the cartoon use one of the visual strategies
   to infer the meaning of the cartoon. Are the vocabulary
          words: supply and demand used correctly?
Writing Activity (Notebook Page 37)
 A. Describe what happens when the
    supply of a specific product is greater
    than the demand for the product.
 B. Describe what happens when the
    demand for a product is greater than
    the supply.

 Explain which of the above scenarios
 (A or B) favors the customer, and which
 one favors the manufacturer and WHY.
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                      Pg                    Assignment               Date
Table of Contents
                    31        Four Types of Economic Activity       9/29
                    32        Types of Economic Activity Homework   9/29
 • Sharpen          33 - 34   Economics Notes Day 3 C-Notes         9/30-10/1

   Pencils etc.     35        C-Notes Scarcity, Supply and Demand   10/2
 • Get your         36        OIEC - Observations                   10/2

   notebooks out.   37        Supply and Demand Writing Activity    10/2
                    38        C-Notes Greek and Roman Government 10/6
 • Copy the         39        Unlimited Government Concept Map      10/6
   following onto   40        Limited Government Concept Map        10/6
   the first page   41        Comparison Map (Home Work)            10/6
   of your Table
   of Contents
   Exactly As
   You See It.
C-Notes Greek and Roman Government
                 Title:
• Draw the       Questions   Notes
  following C-
  Note format
  onto page
  #38 of your
  Journal and
  prepare
  yourself to
  Take Notes
                 Summary
        Roman Contributions to
           Government
1. Romans borrowed, adapted and formed a
   different government called republic
2. Republic – Government in which the citizens
   delegate power to representatives
3. Borrowed the Greek idea of an Assembly
4. Selected groups of men called the Senate who
   were the leaders of Rome
5. Power was divided so that the rights of the
   majority and minority were considered and
   respected.
6. Is credited with giving the Western world many
   ideas about laws
Greek Contributions to Government
 1. Democracy comes from two Greek
    words that mean ―rule by the people‖,
    (all people share in the government of their
    society).
 2. Democracy was used in early Greece
 3. Only adult free men shared in making
    decisions
 4. All issues were decided by voting in an
    Assembly
 5. The majority ruled
• Describe how the Greeks
  and Romans contributed to
                               Writing Prompt
  the ideas used for today’s
  government.


• For your C-Notes
  conclusion, describe
  which idea you think
  made the most
  important contribution
  and WHY.
YOU HAVE 3 MINUTES
Unlimited Government - What Is It Like?
 • Unlimited Government = government’s power has no
   limits. Usually no constitution or laws limiting the
   governments power

 • Control is placed solely with the ruler and his/her
   appointees. No limits imposed on his /her authority.

 • These governments have total control over their citizens.

 • Can you think of a country today that has a government
   that we would consider unlimited government?


                                        Dictator
       Monarchy
Limited Government – What Is It Like?
• Limited government = the power of government leader
  is limited by the constitution.

• Everyone, including all authority figures, must obey the
  laws.

• Individual rights of the citizen are protected by the
  constitution.

• To gain power is not the main goal in a limited
  government.

• The main goal of government is to improve the public
  good.

• Can you name a type of government that is considered a
  limited form of government?
Limited and Unlimited Government
• What are Limited and Unlimited Governments?
• After you see the power point, create a double
  bubble thinking map to compare Limited and
  Unlimited Government.
                                       PAGE 41



              Limited          Unlimited
            government        government
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Table of Contents
                    31        Four Types of Economic Activity          9/29
                    32        Types of Economic Activity Homework      9/29
 • Sharpen          33 - 34   Economics Notes Day 3 C-Notes            9/30-10/1

   Pencils etc.     35        C-Notes Scarcity, Supply and Demand      10/2
 • Get your         36        OIEC - Observations                      10/2

   notebooks out.   37        Supply and Demand Writing Activity       10/2
                    38        C-Notes Greek and Roman Government 10/6
 • Copy the         39        Unlimited Government Concept Map         10/6
   following onto   40        Limited Government Concept Map           10/6
   the first page   41        Comparison Map (Home Work)               10/6
   of your Table    42 - 44   Ways to Organize Government              10/7

   of Contents      45        Writing Activity Limited and Unlimited
                              Government
                                                                       10/7

   Exactly As
   You See It.
    Government Organization
• What are alternative ways governments
  can be organized?

  – Rule by one
  – Rule by a few
  – Rule by many

  Create a tree map and copy the three ways a
   government can be organized.
               Rule by One
• Absolute Power belongs to one person
  (totalitarian)
• Example: A dictator -Is this a limited or
  unlimited government?
• What is a recent example of a dictator?
A monarchy can also be rule by one person,
  either a king or a queen.
This person is thought to be of royal birth and is
  the ruler for life. (divine right or hereditary)
Can you name a country that is ruled by a
  monarch?
Many monarchs today are constitutional
  monarchies. The king or queen is considered a
  figurehead. They have Parliaments that make
  the laws. They are no longer ruled by one.
                      Rule by a Few
• Oligarchy- A government controlled by a
  small group of people who make all the
  decisions and control the nation.

• There are many forms of oligarchy.

• Sometimes the rulers are a small group of
  military officers who seize power after an
  overthrow of a previous govt.

• Sometimes a small group of leaders who
  share a similar belief take control. (Communist
  party)
           Rule by Many

• Democracy - Rule by Many
• Government exists to serve the people
Representative democracy = people elect
  their representatives who make the laws
  and decisions for the people
If people are not pleased with their
  representatives, they can vote the
  representatives out of office
  Adaptations in Governments
• Throughout history, we have seen
  changes in forms of government.
• In the beginning = rule by the
  strongest or survival of the fittest.
• As cultures changed, so did people’s
  ideas of government.
• In Europe, most countries were once
  ruled by monarchs or dictators.
    Roots of Democracy
• Change in government
  is frequently slow
• Change in England in
  1215:
  *English king signed a
  law called the
       Magna Carta
  *This established
  several major legal
  ideas:
  – Right to a jury trial
  – The ruler is not above
    the law
• Another major change happened
  in 1689 (English Bill of Rights)
  *This document promoted
  democratic ideas in England
  *individual rights of the people
   *limited power of the monarch

Today, many of the freedoms
 we have in the United States are
 borrowed and adapted from
 English ideas.
Let’s review two terms we have learned.
  • Democracy—rule by the people
  • Republic—government in which citizens
    delegate power to representatives

  • Which of these terms apply to the
    government in the United States?
  • If you said both, you are correct.
  • Therefore, the United States can be thought of
    as a democratic republic.
  • Name two early civilizations that are credited
    with giving the Western world (including the
    U.S.) many ideas about laws.
Writing Assignment Page #46

Write a paragraph comparing
 Limited and Unlimited
 Government.

Choose and explain the type of
 government you would want to
 govern your country, limited or
 unlimited?

				
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