Classroom Procedures
What is history?
Finding a location
What is geography?
100

How long do we have at the start of the class to get ready?

5 minutes

100

Define history

The story of successes and failures from the past that shaped our world today.

100

Do you find north/south or east/west first?

North/South

100

Define location

Describes where a place on earth is

200

What should be at the front of the classroom?

Bookbags

200

Can you change history?

No

200

What is the vertical imaginary line on a map called?

Latitude

200

What is human geography?

Characteristics that include languages spoken, customs, or religious belief. (culture)

300

What will we need every day out of our bags?

Pencil and paper

300

Name three historical events

ex d-day

pearl harbor

independence

wwII

WWI

300

What is the horizontal imaginary line?

Longitude 
300

What is physical geography?

Characteristics that include landforms, climate, vegetation, and other natural characteristics.

400
Are we allowed to use notes on tests?

Yes for the first 5 minutes

400

Is your birthday a historical event

It could be
400

What is absolute location?

Uses latitude and longitude to find the exact location

400

Can humans shape and change the environment?

Yes

500

Will I give homework?

No

500

What is perception?

How you look at things

500

What is relative location?

Uses landmarks as a way to find directions

500
What is it called when humans cut down a forest without replanting?

Deforestation

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