Urban, Suburban, and Rural
Globalization
Incorporating Student Culture and Geography into the classroom
Geography
Migration

100

Define what a suburb is.

The communities that surround a city and are home to many of the city's workers

100

What is Globalization?

Globalization is the process by which businesses or other organizations develop international influence or start operating on an international scale

100

What is one strategy to incorporating global issues into the curriculum?

Helping students think of topics in different perspectives

100

Where does the word geography come from

the greek word geographia

100

What are second-generation Americans?

Children of immigrants

200

In the 1900s where did the majority of Americans live?

Rural areas

200

What is manifest destiny?

A doctrine in which a nation or culture believes itself superior to all others and is destined to rule over all other nations and cultures.

200

How should teachers help parents feel welcome at the school?

They should reach out to parents instead of waiting for them to show up to meetings. 

200

What is geography the study of?

The study of places, cities, countries, mountains, deserts, rural areas, oceans, continents, and communities    

200

About how many people indicated that they would like to leave their country permanently?

About 600 million

300

What kept the suburbs racially and economically homogeneous?

Racist governmental policies and business practices kept suburbia mostly white

300

What were the countries that European nations colonized in the late fifteenth century?

the Americas, Africa, and India

300

What is the first step to take when you first find out the 

300

What is physical geography?

The study of the physical features of the earth

300

What forces are the reason for fleeing refugees?

Climate conditions

400

What are magnet schools?

Magnet schools are public schools in which the curriculum emphasizes a particular subject or field

400

What is the ratio for how many students are from a foreign-born parent?

1 in 5 students

400

You should be cautious of the ____ of immigration students?

Ethnic Identification

400

What is human geography the study of?

The study of the economic, social and cultural systems that evolved in a specific place

400

In less developed countries what is the life expectancy and death rate?

The life expectancy is low and death rates are high 

500

After World War II why did people move to the suburbs?

The suburbs offered an opportunity to own a single-family house that seemed safer than the city and more desirable for raising children.

500

How many people live in indigenous societies?

At least 370 million people live in thousands of indigenous societies.

500

A teacher's sensitivity to those differences can be used to make students feel as comfortable in the class as those from the _____ culture.

Dominant

500

What is the ratio of people that live in the North Hemisphere?

3 of every 4 people currently live in the Northern Hemisphere

500

Which country is the leading destination for migrants?

The United States