Good Mafternoon! 4/15/14
EQ: How do location, climate and natural resources impact
trade?
HW: Aussie Map Quiz on Wed. Cumu...
DirectionsDirections
Step #1. Using the CoachbookCoachbook -- ReadRead
pages 177-183pages 177-183
Step #2. Using the what ...
States and Territories
1.List the States in Australia
2.List the two territories in
Australia
1. Queensland, new South Wal...
Arable Land/Natural
Resources
1.What are some of the main
agricultural activities in
Australia?
2.What are some of the mai...
DirectionsDirections
1. Paper Plate: Finish your Australia Paper Plate
2.2. Textbook-Textbook- Read pages 736-739Read page...
Paper Plate Directions
He wants you to create a plate that includes the
important physical features of Australia: Ayers R...
TOTD- On an scrap of paper
Complete the sentences
I feel confident about…
I feel I need to study more
about…
EQ: How do location, climate and natural
resources impact trade?
HW: No HW
» SPONGE:SPONGE:
» Did you go on vacation for s...
How do Location,
Climate, & Natural
Resources Impact Trade?
Australia Notes
Location
» China is Australia’s neighbor to the north
» Australia exports tons of natural resources
to China
» 1/2 of iron...
Location
» Australia’s location makes it is expensive for
people to visit from other countries
» Most international touris...
Location
» Foreign tourists create only 1/4 of Australia’s
$81 billion tourist industry
» Australians do the majority of t...
Climate
» Tourists from the northern hemisphere visit
Australia’s warm beaches when it is winter
in their country
» Touris...
Climate
» In the non-desert regions, Australians grow many
grains
» Grown in inland regions of the coastal states (not too...
Natural Resources
» Across much of Australia, the ground is barren &
not ideal for farming (outback)
» Many minerals are f...
Natural Resources
» Australia exports more coal & iron ore than
any other country
» Leads the world in mining bauxite,
tit...
Natural Resources
» Have always been important to Australian
trade:
» In the mid-1800s, Australia had a gold rush
in the s...
The Super Pit
The wor l d’ s l ar gest
Questions to Consider:
1. Which nation’s citizens visit Australia more
than any other? Why?
2. What resources attracted th...
Directions
» Finish Paper Plate
» Finish GA OAS if you have not done so.
» Coachbook:
180-183 # 463-471
» 177-179 # 457-462
Australia how do location climate and natural resources effect trade
Australia how do location climate and natural resources effect trade
Australia how do location climate and natural resources effect trade
Australia how do location climate and natural resources effect trade
Australia how do location climate and natural resources effect trade
Australia how do location climate and natural resources effect trade
Australia how do location climate and natural resources effect trade
Australia how do location climate and natural resources effect trade
Australia how do location climate and natural resources effect trade
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  • Australia how do location climate and natural resources effect trade

    1. 1. Good Mafternoon! 4/15/14 EQ: How do location, climate and natural resources impact trade? HW: Aussie Map Quiz on Wed. Cumulative Map quiz on Friday. GA OAS by 4-28 SPONGE Pick up a handout from the blue tray and glue onto page 76 DateDate ## TitleTitle 4-15 76 Where do you live, Mate?
    2. 2. DirectionsDirections Step #1. Using the CoachbookCoachbook -- ReadRead pages 177-183pages 177-183 Step #2. Using the what you learned from the CoachbookCoachbook ,, as well asas well as your BYOT (connect to edmodo),your BYOT (connect to edmodo), complete your Where Do You Live,“complete your Where Do You Live,“ Mate? handout on page 76. You may”Mate? handout on page 76. You may” work with ONE partner.work with ONE partner. Step #3.Step #3. On the bottom of yourOn the bottom of your paper, answer #463-471 from thepaper, answer #463-471 from the coachbook.coachbook. *If you finish early-*If you finish early- tietie up your loose endsup your loose ends
    3. 3. States and Territories 1.List the States in Australia 2.List the two territories in Australia 1. Queensland, new South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania 2. Australian Capital Territory, and Northern Territory Land Size 1.Which three states/territories are the largest in land size? 1. Western Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland Climate 1.Which two states have the mildest climate and adequate rainfall? 2.Which three states/territories are located in the Outback and have arid climates? 1. New South Wales and Victoria 1. South Australia, Northern Territory, and Western Australia
    4. 4. Arable Land/Natural Resources 1.What are some of the main agricultural activities in Australia? 2.What are some of the main natural resources? 1. Sheep Stations and wheat fields ( a world leaders)SOME Agriculture activities 2. Gold, coal, copper and iron ore and diamonds. Export: lots of coal, iron ore. Urban Areas 1.What are some major urban cities in Australia? 1. Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide Actual Population 1.Which two states or territories were the most populated? 2.Which two states or territories were the least populated? 1. New South Wales and Victoria 1. Northern Territory and Western Australia
    5. 5. DirectionsDirections 1. Paper Plate: Finish your Australia Paper Plate 2.2. Textbook-Textbook- Read pages 736-739Read pages 736-739 - In the Section 1 Assessment“ ”- In the Section 1 Assessment“ ” answer # 3,4,5,6answer # 3,4,5,6 3.3.CoachbookCoachbook -Read pages 173--Read pages 173- 179, and do #450-462179, and do #450-462
    6. 6. Paper Plate Directions He wants you to create a plate that includes the important physical features of Australia: Ayers Rock, Great Barrier Reef, Coral Sea, and the Great Victoria Desert. Feel free to add any additional illustrations to your plate design—the more Australian, the better! The plate should be colorful, informative, and creative.  On the back, explain the important information about each physical feature
    7. 7. TOTD- On an scrap of paper Complete the sentences I feel confident about… I feel I need to study more about…
    8. 8. EQ: How do location, climate and natural resources impact trade? HW: No HW » SPONGE:SPONGE: » Did you go on vacation for spring break?Did you go on vacation for spring break? If so, describe where you went and why youIf so, describe where you went and why you chose to go there. If you didn’t gochose to go there. If you didn’t go anywhere, choose your dream vacationanywhere, choose your dream vacation destination and why you chose that place.destination and why you chose that place.
    9. 9. How do Location, Climate, & Natural Resources Impact Trade? Australia Notes
    10. 10. Location » China is Australia’s neighbor to the north » Australia exports tons of natural resources to China » 1/2 of iron ore goes to China » In return, China provides Australia with affordable finished goods (cars, kitchen appliances, etc.)
    11. 11. Location » Australia’s location makes it is expensive for people to visit from other countries » Most international tourists come from New Zealand and China
    12. 12. Location » Foreign tourists create only 1/4 of Australia’s $81 billion tourist industry » Australians do the majority of tourism within their own country » Remote location in the Southern Hemisphere makes it expensive for Australians to leave & visit other countries
    13. 13. Climate » Tourists from the northern hemisphere visit Australia’s warm beaches when it is winter in their country » Tourists usually wait until spring or fall to visit the rural areas & the outback--not too hot then
    14. 14. Climate » In the non-desert regions, Australians grow many grains » Grown in inland regions of the coastal states (not too hot/dry here) » Grains include a wide range of different crops: » Wheat, barley, sorghum, rye, rice, chickpeas, lentils, & oilseeds
    15. 15. Natural Resources » Across much of Australia, the ground is barren & not ideal for farming (outback) » Many minerals are found here: gold, silver, uranium, coal, copper, & iron ore » Australia has exported nearly $400 billion worth of metals, minerals, & fuels in the past 20 years » Natural resources account for 1/3 of the country’s economy!
    16. 16. Natural Resources » Australia exports more coal & iron ore than any other country » Leads the world in mining bauxite, titanium, & diamonds » No other country has more reserves of lead, cadmium, or nickel
    17. 17. Natural Resources » Have always been important to Australian trade: » In the mid-1800s, Australia had a gold rush in the southern region » Thousands of immigrants moved to Australia to find gold » Many came from England, Ireland, Germany, & China
    18. 18. The Super Pit The wor l d’ s l ar gest
    19. 19. Questions to Consider: 1. Which nation’s citizens visit Australia more than any other? Why? 2. What resources attracted thousands of immigrants in the mid-nineteenth century? 3. Which country is most important to Australia for trade?
    20. 20. Directions » Finish Paper Plate » Finish GA OAS if you have not done so. » Coachbook: 180-183 # 463-471 » 177-179 # 457-462

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