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Dear Parents and Students,

Welcome!!!! It is a great pleasure to be your teacher for this year. I have been looking forward to the start of the school year & am very excited about another successful year at ACHS. It is a great pleasure to be your social studies teacher for this trimester. My educational journey began in Anderson County where I graduated from ACHS in 1983. From there I lived in a variety of states until returning to Lawrenceburg in 2003. My educational background includes a BA in history, BS in geography, MA in history all from the University of North Dakota, & my Middle & Secondary certification from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. I also have earned my National Certification in social studies. Before moving back to Lawrenceburg in 2003, I taught 7th, 8th, & 9th grade social studies for 7 years in Cheyenne, Wyoming. I completed my 16th incredible year of teaching at ACHS last year & my 23rd year overall & this year (year 24) looks to be even better. In the end my mission as a teacher is summed up in one word: commitment. I am passionately committed to assisting your son or daughter in becoming life-long learners, striving for excellence in all that they do in life, & doing their best in this class. I am looking forward to this incredible year! Please feel free to contact me at rich.nolan@anderson.kyschools.us . Thank you and have a wonderful day!
 
 
 VIDEOS FOR EXTRA CREDIT OR MISSING ASSIGNMENT SUBSTITUTION:
 
 
 
 
 
 
APHUG Covid-19 Plan:  April 20-24
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Same procedure as last week--PLEASE READ!!!!
1st & 3rd periods: MON & WED watch official APHUG Political Videos:
                    
Video #1--NO SUMMARY ON FIRST 7 MINUTES!!!!!
                    
            2.5 - 3 PAGE SUMMARY--LOTS IN HERE FOLKS! 
                    
Video #2--Information will be posted for Wednesday

                   
TUES & THURS complete first & then second 1/2 of Pol Review
                        
--MAKE SURE YOU ANSWER ALL ALL ALL PARTS OF EACH

6th Period:      MON & WED complete first and then second half of Pol
Unit Review
                       
--MAKE SURE YOU ANSWER ALL ALL ALL PARTS OF EACH
                  
TUES & WED watch official APHUG Political Videos:
                        
Video #1--NO SUMMARY ON FIRST 7 MINUTES!!!!!
                                    
2.5 - 3 PAGE SUMMARY--LOTS IN HERE 
                        
Video #2--Information will be posted for Wednesdayy 1st
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
APHUG Covid-19 (Stage 5 ETM) Plan:  April 13-May 1st

MON & WED         

1st & 3rd  Instructional Guided Practice    Unit Review Videos--turn in min 2 page summary for each

                   Offical APHUG Population Video #1 (SUMMARY NOTES CAN ONLY START AFTER 14:10

                  Official APHUG Population Video #2 

 

 

 

 

6th           Instructional Work Day          Unit Review Guide         --turn in app 1/2

Just a touch of Unit One    1) 5 themes of geography

                               2) Env Determinism vs Possiblism

                              3) Qualitative & Quantitative Data

                              4) GIS/GPS/Remote sensing

                              5) 4 types of Projections & 4 types of Distortion

Population           1) Ecumene & Nonecumeme reasons

                     2) 5 population clusters in the world

                     3) 3 type of densities (what, how, value)

                     4) Factors impacting carrying capacity

                     5) 5 types of Pop Pyramids

                     6) DTM—what is at each stage, WHY, examples

                     7) ETM—what is at each stage, WHY, examples

                     8) Pop theories—Malthus (what/why); Anti-Mal. & Neo-Mal (what, who, why)

                      9) Pro & Anti-Natalist Polices (what, examples of each)

                     10) Women & Population—diff b/t MDC/LDC

                     11) Causes/Consequences of Aging Pop in MDC vs. LDC

                     12) Impact of H Older DL/Impact of a H Young DL

                     13) DT—value of

Migration           1) Forced/Voluntary Migration (what; reasons; RWEs of each)

                    2) 6 RWEs of Migration Streams (who, where, why)

                    3) Push-Pull Migration—RWEs of each category (pol, econ, env, social)

                    4) 4 Immigration Quotas for the US

                    5) What, impact of destination & mother countries, & RWEs of asylum seekers, IDPs, refugees, guest workers

                    6) Types of migration—chain, cyclical, rural to urban, step (what & ex)

                     7) Migration Theories—Ravenstein’s Laws

                    8) Zelinsky’s Stages of Migration—what at each stage & why

                    9) Immigration waves to the US—who, when, why

                           10) Rohingya refugees--who what why

TUES & THUR        Flip the above with Unit Review Video #2

FRI                    FRQ ASSESSMENT FOR THE WEEK 

If you do not have internet, pick up the work packet & book at the main office. 

Contact me via one of the TSC ways:        

AP Hotline: 859-4787             Here at school: 839-5118 (room 508)            Email  rich.nolan@anderson.kyschools.us

REMIND—if you are not on Remind, get on remind—the code is @766fb6 (text to 81010)

Google Classroom            Period 1 code dyvfnhp                        Period 3 code 7jcmkww                     Period 6 code wyizd7d

Want to work ahead??? myap classroom Progress Checks for Units 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 are available for review

 
 
IWS-B Covid-19 Plan April 13-May 1st

DIRECTIONS:   EACH DAY THIS WEEK YOU ARE TO WORK ON ONE OF TWO ITEMS.

1) Unit video—watch the video, answer the question & write a short summary

2) Mini-research a topic—you pick a topic related to the topic of the week, research it and write about it

BY FRIDAY, you will be able complete an assessment on the topic for that week             

                               

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

TOPIC:

Crash Course video #1

Watch the video, answer the questions, & summarize

TOPIC:

Mini-research #1

You pick a topic, do the quick research, write a short “What did I Discover?”

TOPIC:

Crash Course video #2

Watch the video, answer the questions, & summarize

TOPIC:

Mini-research #2

You pick a topic, do the quick research, write a short “What did I Discover?”

Assessment for the Week

Using information from the week

 

13-17 APRIL TOPIC:     WWI

20-24 APRIL TOPIC:     WWII

27 APR – 1 MAY TOPIC:   COLD WAR

If you do not have access to the internet you may pick up a Work Packet at the main office with instructions.

You may submit it to the Google Classroom--Google Classroom  code od7btcp

You may submit a picture to Google Classroom

Contact me via one of the following ways:      

Geo Hotline: 859-4787                                       

Here at school: 839-5118 (room 508)

Email  rich.nolan@anderson.kyschools.us

 REMIND—if you are not on Remind, get on remind—the code is @766fb61 (text to 81010)

AP HUG VIDEO LINKS ARE NOW LOCATED ON THE LIST TO THE RIGHT OR Possibly BELOW FOR A PHONE.
 
 FRQ 19--2 April & 3 April--send me part of this on Thursday and the rest on Friday

For Thursday:

A) Describe the difference between universalizing & ethnic religions w/ RWEs.

B) Explain the diffusionary processes of the major religions (Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam) w/ hearths, where diffused, & reasons why

C) Explain the diff b/t folk & popular culture w/ RWEs of how each impact the cultural landscape

For Friday:

D) Identify 3 holy sites for each of the major religions & where each is located (Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam)

E) Describe the Core Domain Sphere Model of diffusion & a RWE

F) Describe the landscape of the dead in regards to the major religions (Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam)

G) Explain with RWEs how languages can be centripetal and centrifugal 
 

          

 

17 APRIL FRQ:

FOR THE FOLLOWING FRQ--TAKE SOME TIME AND READ WHAT EACH PART IS ASKING YOU TO DO.

I HAVE INCLUDED A SCORING GUIDELINE TO HELP YOU WRITE YOUR ANSWER.
I AM NOT LOOKING FOR HUGE ANSWERS BUT I AM LOOKING FOR COMPLETE ANSWERS W/ EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT.

DIRECTIONS: Using the immense amount of information in your brain, knowledge from the review videos, and the chart above—answer the following questions.         You do not have to use all the data in your answers but data should support your answers.

 

Total Pop

Density

CBR

CDR

TFR

IMR

% urban

LE

Young DL

Old DL

Egypt

97m

259ppsm

27

6

3.4

15

43

71

34%

5%

Canada

35m

10

10

8.8

1.6

4.5

81

82

23.5

23.5

Mexico

123m

166

18

5.8

2.4

16.7

76.5

76.6

28

6.7

 

 

 

A) Using data from the chart EXPLAIN where each country is at on the DTM. (3 POINTS)

                        --scoring guideline: full credit given for 1) correctly identifying where the country is on the DTM AND 2) using data to support AND 3) providing reasons why or connections b/t the data and placement on DTM  

B) Using data from the chart EXPLAIN where each country would possibly be on the ETM. (3 POINTS)

                        --scoring guideline: full credit given for 1) explaining where each country would POSSIBLY be on the ETM and 2) supporting or explaining WHY that answer w/ specific information.

C) Apply ONE element of Zelinsky & Ravenstein to one of the 3 countries on the chart EXPLAINING what movement is taking place. (3 POINTS)

                        --scoring guideline: full credit given for the application of BOTH 1) Zelinsky & 2) Ravenstein; student picks one part of each & applies it to the above chart

D) Using the 3 countries on the chart EXPLAIN why using pop density is limited as a geographic tool based on the scale of analysis being used. (3 POINTS)

                --scoring guideline: full credit given for 1) explaining why density varies based on scales of analysis & 2) has limitations as a measurement tool with specific examples

Crash Course Video Links for IWS-B

APHUG UNIT REVIEW VIDEOS

AP HUG Unit VII:Urbanization

AP HUG UNIT 3: CULTURE

Syllabus

Harkness Videos:

AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

APHUG TEXT & VIDEO QUES (2017-18)

WHAP UNITS V & VI

WHAP UNIT IV

UNIT IV VIDEOS

WHAP Unit III

UNIT 3 VIDEOS
WHAP Unit 1 & 2

AP HUG UNIT 4 POLITICAL

 
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