Monsoon Asia
Human Geography
Do Now
Look at the image
on the right.
Analyze it.
Record your answers
on a sheet of paper.
Early Times Research
1)
2)
3)

You have each been given a number.
That number is somewhere in the room.
Go there and meet ...
Early Times Research
1)
2)

Now that you are in your groups you will
divide roles.
You need:
- A recorder (writer or typer...
Early Times Research
1)
2)
3)

Each group has been given an Asian
civilization to research.
Each group will use the readin...
Early Times Presentations
1)
2)
3)

Groups will present.
Groups and Audience will act with PRIDE.
Audience must record not...
History
A. Empires
-Rulers united many
regions of Asia into
an empire.
-World’s earliest
civilizations began in
Asia.
- Wh...
Early Times
B. Huang He:
-Valley in which the
first civilization
began.
- Why would a valley make
a good place to start a
...
Early Times
C. Qin:
-Kingdom that united
China in 221 B.C.
-Began construction
of Great Wall.
- What is the purpose of the...
Early Times
D. Dynasties:
-Series of royal
families that ruled
China.
-When one lost
power another rose
to lead.
Early Times
E. Indus River Valley:
-Area where South
Asia’s earliest culture
came about.
-Mohenjo-Daro:
modern city with
m...
Early Times

F. Mauryas:
-Dominated weaker
Indian kingdoms and
rose to power.
-United them into
one kingdom for 130
years....
Monsoon Asia Timeline
1)
2)
3)

Let’s create a timeline of Early Times.
We will plot all of the major events included
in t...
Constructed Response
Formulate a hypothesis on how conquest
may affect Asian countries later.
Scores:
0 – No response or t...
Exit Ticket
1)
2)
3)

Name at least 2 early Asian civilizations.
Explain how conquest affected Asia.
Summarize your hypoth...
Do Now
On a sheet of paper:
Describe America before and after the
Revolutionary War.
If you have not taken Civics/U.S. His...
Modern Era Reading
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)

You have been giving a reading.
This reading is on the Modern Era in Asia.
Read this in...
Conquest and Colonies
G. Mughals:
-Invaders that united
India as a new
kingdom from 1500’s
to 1700’s.
Conquest and Colonies
H. Europeans:
-Starting in 1400’s
began to colonize
much of Monsoon
Asia.
-Dutch, British, and
Frenc...
Modern Era
I.
-

Independence:
Most colonies
gained
independence
from Europe in 20th
century.
Modern Era
J. Japan:
-One of the world’s
leading industrial
powers.
-Major world
superpower.
Modern Era
L. South Korea,
Taiwan, and
Singapore:
-Developed modern
industrial economies.
Modern Era
M. Unequal Growth:
-Developed
unevenly.
-Some live very well
and others in
poverty.
History Frame
1)
2)
3)

You have each been given a history frame.
We will do this as a class.
Let’s plot the events in the...
Monsoon Asia Timeline
1)
2)
3)

Let’s create a timeline of the Modern Era.
We will plot all of the major events included
i...
Independence Clip
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGxhrBa1L00
Think about what you have seen.
Pair with someone near you.
S...
Exit Ticket
1)
2)
3)

List at least 3 European powers that once
controlled Asia.
Explain how these countries have
develope...
Do Now
Look at the image
on the right.
Analyze it.
Record your answers
on a sheet of paper.
Population Reading
1)You

have been giving a reading.
2)This reading is on the Population of Asia.
3)Read this individuall...
Population
N. China, India, and
Indonesia:
-Three of the five
most populous
countries on earth.
-3.7 billion people live
i...
Population
O. Rural:
-Most people still live
in rural areas
however this is slowly
changing.
Population
P. Overcrowding:
-Large numbers of
people are leaving
the country for the
city.
-There is not enough
room or jo...
Population
Q. Religion:
-Christianity,
Buddhism, Hinduism,
Judaism, Islam, and
local religions.
Religion Investigation
1)
2)
3)

You have been given a number.
That number is somewhere in the room.
Find it and meet your...
Religion Investigation
1)
2)

Now that you are in your groups you will
divide roles.
You need:
- A recorder (writer or typ...
Religion Investigation
1)
2)
3)
4)

Each group has been given a religion.
Use a laptop to investigate this religion.
Use y...
Religion Gallery Walk
1)
2)

3)

Pick one member of the group to remain
at your group area to present.
Other group members...
Exit Ticket
1)
2)
3)

Identify as many religions in Asia as you
can.
About 3.7 billion people live in Monsoon
Asia. How ha...
Do Now
Look at the image
on the right.
Analyze it.
Record your answers
on a sheet of paper.
Economic Activity Reading
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)

You have been giving a reading.
This reading is on the Economic Activity of
Asia...
Economic Activity
R. Mixed Economy:
-The economy of
monsoon Asia is a
mix of old and new.
-Most people work to
feed themse...
Economic Activity
S. Commercial
Fishing:
-Boats gather huge
amounts of fish.
-These are
processed,
packaged, and sent
all ...
Economic Activity
T. Resources:
-Rich in resources.
-More coal than any
other place on earth,
tin, and petroleum.
Economic Activity
U. Hydroelectric
Power:
-Region’s many rivers
and waterways are
well suited for natural
energy.
Economic Activity
V. Land Use:
-Most farm to feed
their families and
others are
commercial farmers.
Economic Activity
W. Exports:
-Rubber, fish,
electronics, and cars.
-
Problem Based Learning
Three Gorges Dam: Does it do more harm
than good?
1)Research.
2)Write

an argument.
3)Provide Evide...
Exit Quiz
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Human Geography

  1. 1. Monsoon Asia Human Geography
  2. 2. Do Now Look at the image on the right. Analyze it. Record your answers on a sheet of paper.
  3. 3. Early Times Research 1) 2) 3) You have each been given a number. That number is somewhere in the room. Go there and meet your other group members.
  4. 4. Early Times Research 1) 2) Now that you are in your groups you will divide roles. You need: - A recorder (writer or typer) - A timer keeper - A fact checker (double check information) - A leader (keep group on task)
  5. 5. Early Times Research 1) 2) 3) Each group has been given an Asian civilization to research. Each group will use the readings they have been given and the laptop to research. Decide what you want other students to know, how you want to present the info, and how they will take notes.
  6. 6. Early Times Presentations 1) 2) 3) Groups will present. Groups and Audience will act with PRIDE. Audience must record notes as the speakers present.
  7. 7. History A. Empires -Rulers united many regions of Asia into an empire. -World’s earliest civilizations began in Asia. - What is an empire?
  8. 8. Early Times B. Huang He: -Valley in which the first civilization began. - Why would a valley make a good place to start a civilization?
  9. 9. Early Times C. Qin: -Kingdom that united China in 221 B.C. -Began construction of Great Wall. - What is the purpose of the Great Wall? - How does it compare to our defenses?
  10. 10. Early Times D. Dynasties: -Series of royal families that ruled China. -When one lost power another rose to lead.
  11. 11. Early Times E. Indus River Valley: -Area where South Asia’s earliest culture came about. -Mohenjo-Daro: modern city with many comforts. -What types of amenities do you think they had?
  12. 12. Early Times F. Mauryas: -Dominated weaker Indian kingdoms and rose to power. -United them into one kingdom for 130 years. - Do you think it is fair for a more powerful kingdom to take over a weaker one? - How might this affect the weaker one?
  13. 13. Monsoon Asia Timeline 1) 2) 3) Let’s create a timeline of Early Times. We will plot all of the major events included in the readings for “Early Times.” Use the timeline below to see how to set yours up.
  14. 14. Constructed Response Formulate a hypothesis on how conquest may affect Asian countries later. Scores: 0 – No response or the response does not address the prompt. 1 – Fulfills only 1 of 2 requirements. 2 – Explains hypothesis and uses evidence and examples to do so.
  15. 15. Exit Ticket 1) 2) 3) Name at least 2 early Asian civilizations. Explain how conquest affected Asia. Summarize your hypothesis from the constructed response.
  16. 16. Do Now On a sheet of paper: Describe America before and after the Revolutionary War. If you have not taken Civics/U.S. History: Ask for some insight from a neighbor who has.
  17. 17. Modern Era Reading 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) You have been giving a reading. This reading is on the Modern Era in Asia. Read this individually or with a partner. Answer the guiding questions on the back. SHARE OUT.
  18. 18. Conquest and Colonies G. Mughals: -Invaders that united India as a new kingdom from 1500’s to 1700’s.
  19. 19. Conquest and Colonies H. Europeans: -Starting in 1400’s began to colonize much of Monsoon Asia. -Dutch, British, and French took over much of the area.
  20. 20. Modern Era I. - Independence: Most colonies gained independence from Europe in 20th century.
  21. 21. Modern Era J. Japan: -One of the world’s leading industrial powers. -Major world superpower.
  22. 22. Modern Era L. South Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore: -Developed modern industrial economies.
  23. 23. Modern Era M. Unequal Growth: -Developed unevenly. -Some live very well and others in poverty.
  24. 24. History Frame 1) 2) 3) You have each been given a history frame. We will do this as a class. Let’s plot the events in the reading.
  25. 25. Monsoon Asia Timeline 1) 2) 3) Let’s create a timeline of the Modern Era. We will plot all of the major events included in the readings for “Modern Era.” Use the timeline below to see how to set yours up.
  26. 26. Independence Clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGxhrBa1L00 Think about what you have seen. Pair with someone near you. Share your thoughts. Write a summary of the pair’s thoughts.
  27. 27. Exit Ticket 1) 2) 3) List at least 3 European powers that once controlled Asia. Explain how these countries have developed over the years. Recreate a timeline of the events that occurred.
  28. 28. Do Now Look at the image on the right. Analyze it. Record your answers on a sheet of paper.
  29. 29. Population Reading 1)You have been giving a reading. 2)This reading is on the Population of Asia. 3)Read this individually or with a partner. 4)Answer the guiding questions on the back. 5)SHARE OUT.
  30. 30. Population N. China, India, and Indonesia: -Three of the five most populous countries on earth. -3.7 billion people live in Monsoon Asia.
  31. 31. Population O. Rural: -Most people still live in rural areas however this is slowly changing.
  32. 32. Population P. Overcrowding: -Large numbers of people are leaving the country for the city. -There is not enough room or jobs for them.
  33. 33. Population Q. Religion: -Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam, and local religions.
  34. 34. Religion Investigation 1) 2) 3) You have been given a number. That number is somewhere in the room. Find it and meet your group members.
  35. 35. Religion Investigation 1) 2) Now that you are in your groups you will divide roles. You need: - A recorder (writer or typer) - A timer keeper - A fact checker - A leader (keep group on task)
  36. 36. Religion Investigation 1) 2) 3) 4) Each group has been given a religion. Use a laptop to investigate this religion. Use your matrix to guide your research. Fill in the matrix as you go along.
  37. 37. Religion Gallery Walk 1) 2) 3) Pick one member of the group to remain at your group area to present. Other group members travel to other stations to gather information and finish filling out matrix. Report back to presenter and share findings. Fill in Matrix.
  38. 38. Exit Ticket 1) 2) 3) Identify as many religions in Asia as you can. About 3.7 billion people live in Monsoon Asia. How has this affected the region? Formulate a hypothesis about what types of jobs most Asians do based on the characteristics you learned today. USE EVIDENCE.
  39. 39. Do Now Look at the image on the right. Analyze it. Record your answers on a sheet of paper.
  40. 40. Economic Activity Reading 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) You have been giving a reading. This reading is on the Economic Activity of Asia. Read this individually or with a partner. Answer the guiding questions on the back. SHARE OUT.
  41. 41. Economic Activity R. Mixed Economy: -The economy of monsoon Asia is a mix of old and new. -Most people work to feed themselves and others work in industry and finance.
  42. 42. Economic Activity S. Commercial Fishing: -Boats gather huge amounts of fish. -These are processed, packaged, and sent all over the world.
  43. 43. Economic Activity T. Resources: -Rich in resources. -More coal than any other place on earth, tin, and petroleum.
  44. 44. Economic Activity U. Hydroelectric Power: -Region’s many rivers and waterways are well suited for natural energy.
  45. 45. Economic Activity V. Land Use: -Most farm to feed their families and others are commercial farmers.
  46. 46. Economic Activity W. Exports: -Rubber, fish, electronics, and cars. -
  47. 47. Problem Based Learning Three Gorges Dam: Does it do more harm than good? 1)Research. 2)Write an argument. 3)Provide Evidence. 4)Record sites/information used. 5)Present and Defend.
  48. 48. Exit Quiz

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