World Geography & Culture
Mrs. Charity Ross
This is a very hands-on class! Students will explore the geography of each of the seven continents while learning about of some of the people, events, and cultures that have defined its place in history. They will study geographical and political boundaries as they craft their own maps: filling in major physical features, identifying natural resources, and labeling country names.
Note booking will encourage students to research, draw, cut and paste pictures, and copy information relating to the following topics: industry, wildlife; cultural foods, dress, and religions; flags, etc.
The student workbook, Around the World in 180 Days, provides activities for research about each continent. Students will need access to a simplified world atlas, wall map, globe, internet sources, etc. in order to complete their map work. Most of their knowledge for animals, plant life, people, and culture may be researched via the Bozeman Public Library, wildlife magazines, the internet etc.
Through this class, I hope that my students gain a passion for understanding people and places to the furtherance of the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
Around the World in 180 Days student workbook by Apologia. Available through Christianbooks.com for $24.00 (https://tinyurl.com/kzvvv4j5)
Geography Coloring Book (3rd Edition) by Wynn Kapit. This book is technically a coloring book, but for the purpose of this class, the students will use it merely as a reference book. All map work will be completed on separate sheets so you may purchase used copies. (https://amzn.to/2LHrISB)
Wild Brothers: Changes in Latitude DVD (https://amzn.to/3vNK0Vr)
The movies, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind and Rabbit Proof Fence, will be assigned within the first semester. Students can access them in the way that is most convenient for them.
Colored pencils (at least 20 colors)
A working printer with colored ink for the printing of maps
CLASS MATERIALS FEE:
$15 payable with tuition on August 1
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