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  1. 1. 163. KBAT 183.Practice FRQ164.Table of Contents 184.Cornell Notes165.Unit Preview 185.Gallery Walk Project 1166.Mapping Activity 186.Gallery Walk Project 2167.Vocabulary Activity168.Definition List 1169.Agricultural Debate Notes 1 UNIT 5: AGRICULTURE AND RURAL LAND USE170.Agricultural Debate Notes 2 A. Development and diffusion of agriculture 1. Neolithic Agricultural Revolution171. The Agricultural Revolutions 2. Second Agricultural Revolution B. Major agricultural production regions172.Key Issue 10.1: Where Did Agriculture Originate? 1. Agricultural systems associated with major bio-climatic zones173.Power of Place 2. Variations within major zones and effects of174.Key Issue 10.2: Where Are Agricultural Regions markets 3. Linkages and flows among regions of food In Less Developed Countries? production and consumption175.Important Terms C. Rural land use and settlement patterns 1. Models of land use, including von Thünens176.Definition List 2 model 2. Settlement patterns associated with major177.von Thunen’s Model agriculture types D. Modern commercial agriculture178.Key Issue 10.3: Where Are Agricultural Regions 1. The Third Agricultural Revolution In More Developed Countries? 2. Green Revolution 3. Biotechnology179.The Future of Food 4. Spatial organization and diffusion of industrial agriculture180.Key Issue 10.4: Why Do Farmers Face Economic 5. Future food supplies and environmental Difficulties? impacts of agriculture181.Practice FRQ182.Cornell Notes Advanced 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 o Notebook contents are o Notebook contents are o Notebook contents & complete are complete complete (at least complete (at least Cornell Notes areo All Cornell Notes are o Most Cornell Notes 80%) 70%) incomplete completed are completed o Some Cornell Notes o Few Cornell Notes are o Right-side/Left-side iso Right-side/Left-side o Right-side/Left-side are completed completed inconsistent and topics are correct and topics are correct and o Right-side/Left-side o Right-side/Left-side contents are contents organized contents organized topics are correct and is inconsistent and unorganizedo Textbook o Uses color and contents organized contents are o Information and notes/writing goes effective diagrams o Uses some color and unorganized concepts show only a beyond basic o Most areas meet some diagrams o Uses minimal color and superficial requirements requirements, don’t go o Information shows a few diagrams understanding of theo Uses color and beyond basic understanding of subject matter and/or effective diagrams o Includes most of the content topics show seriouso Notebook is neat and traits in “Advanced,” o Some areas meet inaccuracies shows attention to but lack excellence in requirements, but o Sloppy & Messy detail all areas. don’t go beyond 164