Today we will review for the summative (happening next class -- Wed. 2/13 for A Blocks; Thurs. 2/14 B Block).
The following resources will be helpful for review:
Overview of Interim presentations
During Interim, you are asked to take photos for a real-world field application of geographic concepts and terms. While you are on Interim, consider how what you have studied in Human Geography so far this year applies to the country and areas you are visiting. Take photos (and/or video).
When you return from Interim, you will spend some time in class that week working on an Interim Field Studies of Geography and create a presentation (slides or video--your choice).
You will need to sign up for a day to present. Details of the Interim project presentation can be found on the document (tasks, rubric and sample presentations):
HW: Study!!! Also, be sure your binder is ready!
Study the hints and any helpful resources if the "hint" words on the slides isn't ringing any bells for you--the lecture slides and quizlet flashcards should help you if the title of the slide and image isn't enough of a hint of what might be on the test.
Be sure you have the following items in your binder (note: the Woodlands Observation notes from the Woodlands Walkabout will help you but wont' hurt you so if you didn't attend, you can still manage to get an "A+" without it--I have your observation notes if you turned them in that day--I'll give them back to you). Print out your Pros/Cons notes and your reading/study guide for Rubenstein (if you did this one electronically).
Do the 1-pager. Yes. And a 1-pager is not just a list of terms. Its a concept map so you need to show connections to different terms and concepts. Don't make a list of every term on Quizlet and think that counts as a 1-pager. No points for you if you show me just a list of words.