131.      KBAT – Political Geography                                           153.     Analyzing Boundaries132.      Tabl...
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  1. 1. 131. KBAT – Political Geography 153. Analyzing Boundaries132. Table of Contents 154. Key Issue 8.2: Why Do Boundaries Between States Cause Problems?133. Unit Preview 155. Power of Place – Supranationalism and134. Nation and State Devolution135. Vocabulary Activity 156. Key Issue 8.3: Why Do States Cooperate136. Definition List 1 With Each Other?137. Student Created FRQ 157. Heartland-Rimland Theory138. Key Issue 7.1: Where Are Ethnicities Distributed? 158. Key Issue 8.4: Why Has Terrorism Increased?139. 159. Practice FRQ140. Key Issue 7.2: Why Have Ethnicities Been Transformed into Nationalities? 160. Cornell Notes141. Reading Notes - Nigeria142. Key Issue 7.3: Why Do Ethnicities Clash? Unit 4: Political Organization of Space143. Analyzing Ethnic Conflicts A. Territorial dimensions of politics 1. concept of territoriality144. Analyzing Ethnic Conflicts 2. nature and meaning of boundaries 3. influences of boundaries on identities, interaction,145. Darfur Now and exchange146. Key Issue 7.4: What Is Ethnic Cleansing? B. Evolution of the contemporary political pattern 1. nation-state concept147. Practice FRQ 2. colonialism and imperialism 3. federal and unitary states148. Cornell Notes C. Challengers to political-territorial arrangements 1. changing nature of sovereignty149. Vocabulary Activity 2. fragmentation, unification, alliance150. Definition List 2 3. spatial relationships between political patterns and patterns of ethnicity, economy, and environment151. D.W. Meinig’s Theory of Empires 4. electoral geography, including gerrymandering152. Key Issue 8.1: Where Are States Located? Proficient Basic Below Basic Far Below Basic 90-100 points 80-89 points 70-79 points 60-69 points Under 60 pointso Notebook contents are o Notebook contents are o Notebook contents are o Notebook contents are o Notebook contents & complete complete complete (at least 80%) complete (at least 70%) Cornell Notes areo All Cornell Notes are o Most Cornell Notes are o Some Cornell Notes are o Few Cornell Notes are incomplete completed completed completed completed o Right-side/Left-side iso Right-side/Left-side o Right-side/Left-side o Right-side/Left-side o Right-side/Left-side is inconsistent and topics are correct and topics are correct and topics are correct and inconsistent and contents are contents organized contents organized contents organized contents are unorganizedo Textbook notes/writing o Uses color and effective o Uses some color and unorganized o Information and goes beyond basic diagrams some diagrams o Uses minimal color and concepts show only a requirements o Most areas meet o Information shows a few diagrams superficialo Uses color and effective requirements, don’t go basic understanding of understanding of the diagrams beyond content topics subject matter and/oro Notebook is neat and o Includes most of the o Some areas meet show serious shows attention to detail traits in “Advanced,” but requirements, but don’t inaccuracies lack excellence in all go beyond o Sloppy & Messy areas. 132