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SOCIAL STUDIES 3/30 Sit where you can behave Youll be moving soon Fill in your planner Open your spiral to page 40 Title it Warm-Ups TABLE TALK 3 MINUTES What was the best thing about Spring Break? What was the worst thing about Spring Break? Two people from each table will be called on
One will discuss the tables best thing The other will discuss the tables worst thing? WARM UP WHICH ONES DO YOU AGREE WITH AND WHY? WHICH ONES DO YOU NOT AGREE WITH AND WHY? 1. One cause of air pollution is exhaust from vehicle emissions. 2.
Air pollution can cause many problems for people. It can cause breathing problems, eye irritation, acid rain, and even skin cancer. 3. Oil pollution can be harmful to the environment. But the need for oil outweighs the risks of producing it quickly. 4. Oil pollution along the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea is harmful to plant and animal life alike.
5. Both air pollution and oil pollution is believed to contribute to global warming. 6. The Amazon rainforest produces a large percentage of the worlds oxygen and is important to human survival. 7.
Things like building roadways and being able to raise livestock and farm are extremely important and necessary to those in the Amazon Basin. 8. The governments of ALL countries should lend a hand in developing solutions to environmental problems. SOCIAL STUDIES 3/31 Sit in the seats you were assigned yesterday
Fill in your planner Warm-Up on page 40: What does it mean to Bring Your Game? Write down one thing, in your own words ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN LATIN AMERICA DBQ ANALYSIS
OBJECTIVE Students will discuss environmental issues in Latin America. This means that they will be able to explain the major environmental concerns of Latin America regarding the issues of air pollution in Mexico City, Mexico, the destruction of the rain forest in Brazil, and oil-related pollution in Venezuela. SPIRAL SET-UP Title the next few pages according to the directions below:
Page 41 Air pollution in Mexico City Page 42 Air pollution continued Page 43 Deforestation in Brazil
Page 44 Oil pollution in Venezuela Page 45 Planning ANALYZING AIR POLLUTION IN MEXICO CITY DOCUMENT 1 Look at the Document What is the Title of the Document? What Type of Document is this?
What are the captions telling us? Complete questions 1-4 for this Document on page 41 of your spiral, making sure to use complete sentences in your answers. 1. What are the above graphs providing information about? 2. What do the initials VOC mean? 3. List 5 things that contribute to Mexicos air pollution problems. 4. By looking at these charts, are there any possible solutions you think might help Mexico City? ANALYZING AIR POLLUTION IN MEXICO CITY
ANALYZING AIR POLLUTION IN MEXICO CITY DOCUMENT 2 Look at the Document What is the Title of the Document? Why Type of Document is this? What is the legend telling us? What are the captions telling us? Complete questions 1-3 for this Document on page 42. Make sure to use complete sentences to answer the questions. 1. Look at the picture to the above left. What is one reason you think Mexico City has such a pollution problem? Explain.
2. The photo on the top right represents protestors feelings in Mexico City, as they did this to multiple statues. What do you think the protestors were trying to say? 3. Look at the diagram. What role does the sun play in Mexico Citys smog? SOCIAL STUDIES 4/1 Get your spiral from the table Fill in your planner Warm-Up on page 40: What is the best April Fools Joke youve ever played on someone or
heard about? DESTRUCTION OF THE RAIN FOREST IN BRAZIL DOCUMENT 3 Look at the Document What is the Title of the Document? What Type of Document is this? What is the legend telling us? What are the captions telling us? Complete questions 1-5 for this Document on page 43 of your spiral. Make sure to use complete sentences in your answers.
OIL RELATED POLLUTION IN VENEZUELA DOCUMENT 4 Look at the Document What is the Title of the Document? Why Type of Document is this? What is the legend telling us? What are the captions telling us? Complete questions 1-7 for this Document on page 44 of your spiral. Make sure to use complete sentences in your answers.
VOCAB FOR DOC 4 Chavez President of Venezuela PDVSA Venezuelas oil company Coup removing a leader from power by force Speculation guessing/predicting Stagnated slowed down quite a bit Sacked fired Corrosion wearing down of materials (usually metal) An oil spill bodes ill for the presidents re-election campaign
Feb 18th 2012 | CARACAS |From the print edition ON FEBRUARY 4th Hugo Chvez, Venezuela's president, held festivities to celebrate the anniversary of a failed coup attempt he led in 1992. He had busloads of public workers brought into Caracas for the occasion. Among them were high-ranking employees of PDVSA, the state oil company. That same day, a pipeline carrying pressurised oil fractured in the state of Monagas. The crude soared 25 metres (82 feet) into the air and flowed for a full day. Anywhere from 40,000-120,000 barrels poured into a river that supplies drinking and irrigation water. Some 550,000 people now lack water at home. Although city-dwellers can fetch it from drums that PDVSA is leaving in streets, people in remote areas are going without. It may take months to clean the supply. Few details are available about the spill's cause, size or the damage it has inflicted. PDVSA's website quotes Alejandro Hitcher, the environment minister, ruling out an environmental disaster. But there has been little
further communication. PDVSA's spokesman neither answers his phone nor returns calls to his office. A representative of the Monagas government says no one can comment because we're working short hours on account of the water situation, though it is providing updates on Twitter. That has left the spill ripe for speculation in a heated political climate. It will surely provide ammunition for Henrique Capriles, a state governor who won the opposition's primary on February 12th and became the challenger to Mr Chvez in the October presidential election. PDVSA has struggled under Mr Chvez. In 2002 its workers went on strike to try to force him from office. In response, he fired 18,000 PDVSA employees, including senior managers. He then stuffed the company with tens of thousands of loyalists from what would later become his United Socialist Party (PSUV). Since then oil output has stagnated, and accidents are on the rise. According to Eddie Ramrez, one of the sacked managers, the old PDVSA averaged less than two accidents per million man-hours. In 2010 there were 9.4 accidents and almost six deaths per million man-hours. In December 15 people died after petrol leaking from
a PDVSA tanker caught fire on a main road. A full account of the latest spill is a long way off. But Jos Bodas, the head of the oil workers' union, blames corrosion and faulty maintenance. PDVSA is falling to pieces, he says. As long as you're a member of the PSUV, they don't care if you're incompetent. Mr Hitcher insists that no oil has reached the San Juan river, which flows into the ocean. But Mr Bodas says it is already on its way. TASK You will choose one issue Air pollution (Documents A and B) or Oil pollution (Doc D) You will need to create a Public Service Announcement to show off the situation The cause of the issue, the effects of the issue, the people
who are affected by the issue You will need to identify the economic gains from having this issue What economic gains is Mexico making while contributing to the air pollution? What economic gains is Venezuela making while contributing to the oil pollution? You will need to come up with a potential solution to the issue you chose Your solution should be realistic Your solution should be one that helps lower or eliminate the pollution issue
YOU WILL NEED TO You will create a flyer for your environmental issue that reflects your viewpoint. Your flyer must be done on blank white paper Your focus should be on the following:
Cause & Effect of Issue The people affected by this issue include Economic benefits gained through the activity Regulations on this issue to help improve the area affected SOCIAL STUDIES 4/2 Get your spiral from the table Fill in your planner Warm-Up on page 40: Which issue did you pick?
Oil or air pollution? What is your solution? TASKS TODAY 1. Finish your documents pages 41-44 Doc 1 Sources of Air Pollution in Mexico City Doc 2 Air Pollution in Mexico City pictures Doc 3 Causes of Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon Doc 4 Oil-related pollution in Venezuela 2. Prewriting/drafting
for your flyer pages 45-46 Specifics are on the board Prewriting MUST be completed before you can start your flyer TASK You will choose one issue Air pollution (Documents A and B) or Oil pollution (Doc D) You will need to create a Public Service Announcement to show off the situation
The cause of the issue, the effects of the issue, the people who are affected by the issue You will need to identify the economic gains from having this issue What economic gains is Mexico making while contributing to the air pollution? What economic gains is Venezuela making while contributing to the oil pollution? You will need to come up with a potential solution to the issue you chose Your solution should be realistic Your solution should be one that helps lower or eliminate the
pollution issue YOU WILL NEED TO You will create a flyer for your environmental issue that reflects your viewpoint. Your flyer must be done on blank white paper Your focus should be on the following:
Cause & Effect of Issue The people affected by this issue include Economic benefits gained through the activity Regulations on this issue to help improve the area affected PREWRITING/DRAFTING PAGES 49-50 All prewriting and drafting must be completed before you can start your final
copy This will be a homework expectation if you do not finish in class today Look at the task on the back of this packet SOCIAL STUDIES 4/3 Get your spiral from the table Fill in your planner No warm-up today just be ready to use your time well! TASKS TODAY
1. Finish your draft in your spiral (pages 49-50) follow the model on the board 2. Check your draft with me 3. Begin your final copy FLYERS You will use the large white paper to create your flyer Organize it in a way that allows me to know when one topic stops and another one begins You will only be using one side of the paper, so make sure to budget enough space
This will be an assessment grade make sure that your causes, effects, and feelings are explained well enough to show your knowledge Use the markers if youd like Draw pictures on it if youd like only after all the writing is completed though **Coolest flyer wins a fabulous prize** SOCIAL STUDIES 3/18 Sit in the same spots youve been sitting in Have your flyer on your desk, ready to hand in
Name on the back of your flyer please No name, no grade Open your spiral to page 51 Title it Gallery Walk SPIRAL PAGE 51
Cut your page in half with a vertical line Label the left side Air Pollution Label the right side Oil Pollution GALLERY WALK 25 MINUTES Your task is to view at least 8 different flyers 4 that discuss air pollution 4 that discuss oil pollution
You will look at 4 different viewpoints for air pollution Take notes in your spiral on how those people feel about air pollution You will do the exact same thing with oil pollution COOLEST POSTER Wins a choice of one of these fabulous prizes!
Easter-themed eraser! Squishy dinosaur! Reddish/Pink oversized dice! SOCIAL STUDIES 3/20 Sit where youve been sitting If you have a flyer, with a 24-hour pass, have it out on your desk You only need a pencil and your notes from yesterday PROCESSING
You will use your notes to draw 4 people discussing/arguing their position about EITHER air pollution or oil pollution A Debate? A Friendly Dinner? A Royal Rumble? Any situation you can think of where these 4 people would be discussing/ arguing their position
PROCESSING What needs to be included in it? Some sort of setting that is easily identifiable Pictures of the 4 people
Some way to identify each of the 4 people (nametags?) Speech bubbles that say what they are arguing When is it due? Today at the end of class
But if you want entered into Coolest Picture, I need it by 1:33
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