Unit 1geography & Historymr. Mac's 6th Grade

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  1. Unit 1 Geography & Historymr. Mac's 6th Grade Social Studies
  2. Unit 1 Geography & Historymr. Mac's 6th Grade Curriculum
  3. Unit 1 Geography & Historymr. Mac's 6th Graders
  4. Unit 1 Geography & Historymr. Mac's 6th Grade Language Arts

Unit 1 Geography & Historymr. Mac's 6th Grade Social Studies

Unit 1- Geography; Unit 2- American Beginnings to 1788; Unit 3- Constitution; Unit 4- Early Republic; Unit 5- Causes and Effects of the Civil War; Unit 6- Industrialization and Immigration; Unit 7- The Progressive Movement; Unit 8- American Imperialism; Unit 9- The Roaring 20's and the Depressing 30's; Unit 10- Domestic Policy.1940's-present. Mac el capitan.


This brilliant Unit pack includes all the lesson packs and additional and home learning resources included in the PlanIt Year 1 Geography unit 'Our School'.Try using this resource with our Where do I Live Lesson Plan. CCEA AS Unit 1 Geography Student Guide 1: Physical Geography by Tim Manson; Alistair Hamill and Publisher Philip Allan (UK). Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 110,. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 097,. Geography CAPE Unit 1 A Caribbean Examinations Council Study Guide Caribbean Examinations Council. Features of the guides include: Introduction, placing what is to be studied in context; Objectives setting out the key points in each section and identifying the specific knowledge and skills to be acquired. Unit 1 - What is Geography? Unit 2 - Map Skills. Unit 3 - Physical Geography. Unit 4 - Human Geography. Unit 6 - Canada. Unit 7 - Europe.

Geography is the study of physical and human characteristics and how they impact the relationship between Earth and the people on it. It is essential that students develop the skills that will enable them to observe patterns, associations, and spatial order. Many of the capabilities that students need to develop geographic skills are termed critical thinking skills. These involve inferring, analyzing, judging, hypothesizing, generalizing, predicting and decision-making. These have applications to all levels of geographic inquiry in which students can build competencies in applying geographic skills to geographic inquiry. Culture and experience shape belief systems, which in turn influence people’s perceptions of places and regions throughout their lives. It is essential that students appreciate the diverse values of others in a multicultural world and to engage in accurate and sensitive analysis of people, places, and environments.
Enduring Understandings:
Using geographic tools to understand human settlement patterns and development.
● Geography influences how people live and work on earth in order to get what they need.
● People are affected by environmental, social, and cultural concerns.

Essential Questions:
What is geography?
● How do maps and other geographic tools allow geographers to gain information?
● How is geography used to understand where things are and why they are there?
● How does geography impact the actions of people and how do people impact the earth?
● How do the earth’s processes of rotation and revolution have an affect on the interaction of people and earth?
● How does culture influence the way people live on earth?

● How can maps be used to solve societal problems?How do historians examine the geography of a place? How do we effectively read and interpret maps?
Unit #1 introduces students to the concept of geography. It also covers continents, oceans, landforms, climate, and vegetation. Students are also introduced to globes and maps. Features of maps are also covered. Students will develop and practice map reading and interpreting skills.
Geography is defined as 'the study of Earth and it's people.' Geography includes everything from land and water to natural resources, climate, and vegetation. As you study geography and history, it is important to be able to accurately read a variety of maps and documents. Using maps, charts, and tables to find out information is the focus on this unit.

What is Geography?

What a Wonderful World!

Why Should I Care about Geography?

Game: Latitude and Longitude Treasure Hunt
Go to the 'Latitude and Longitude Treasure Hunt' website to practice your understanding of latitude and longitude.

Mesopotamia From Nomads to Farmers

Ancient Egypt

Unit 1 Geography & Historymr. Mac's 6th Grade Curriculum

gypt is one of the world's oldest civilizations. Egypt is often called 'The Gift of the Nile' because without the mighty Nile, Egypt would never have developed. The purpose of this unit is to familiarize you with the ancient Egyptian civilization, famous pharaohs, Egyptian myths and polytheistic beliefs, and the influence Egypt had on trade in the Middle East.
Egypt's Geography and Farming:
Lesson #1: In this lesson, you will learn about the Nile River and why it was so important to the ancient Egyptians. You will also learn about other geographic features of Egypt.

Ancient Egypt - Gift of the Nile


Unit 1 Geography & Historymr. Mac's 6th Graders

Farming Along the Nile


Egypt's Pharaohs and Pyramids
Lesson #2:In this lesson, you will learn about the Egyptian leaders called pharaohs. You will also learn about the pyramids and how they were connected to the pharaohs.

Egypt's Religious Beliefs
Lesson #3: In this lesson, you will learn about the religious beliefs of the Egyptians and what they thought would happen after death.


Unit 1 Geography & Historymr. Mac's 6th Grade Language Arts

Lesson #4: In this lesson, you will learn about Egypt's first female pharaoh, named Hatshepsut; she accomplished many good things for Egypt.
Unit 1geography & Historymr. Mac


Lesson #5: In this lesson, you will learn about Egypt's powerful military pharaoh, named Ramses II ; he accomplished many great things for Egypt.
'Ramses: Great Builder, Fighter, Father, and Pharaoh'

'Ramses: A Great Military Leader'