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8th Grade Gold Team World Geography


Teacher email: juliamitchell@scsb.org

Time Available for Calls or Conferences:

  • 8:30-9:00 a.m. & 3:25-3:45 p.m.






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WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS:


Monday, Dec. 11th: (Human Geography) In-Class: Human Population Review Guide Due. Resource Distribution and Comparative Advantage PowerPoint and Cloze. Resources, Economics, & Development Graphic Organizers.

H/W: Economic Interdependence Notes and WS





Tuesday, Dec. 12th: (Human Geography) In-Class: Economic Unions PowerPoint and Cloze. Economic Alliances Graphic Organizer and Mapping Activity. Economic Geography Review

H/W: Economic Geography Review



Wednesday, Dec. 13th: (Human Geography) In-Class: Benchmark

H/W: Review Guide: Human Geography




Thursday, Dec. 14th: (Human Geography) In-Class:

H/W:


Friday, Dec. 15th: (Human Geography) In-Class:

H/W:










Classroom Procedures:

Be on time.
Be ready with all materials and homework.
Show respect for others, yourself, and the building.
Use appropriate language and volume.
Follow all guidelines set by the Student Handbook and MMS ROCKS Expectations.


Homework Policy:

All homework is due at the beginning of the class period.
All homework is to be written in complete sentences.
All work (class work and homework) should be written on loose leaf paper.
Incomplete assignments require a written excuse that will be filed in the students progress folder.
There will be multiple quizzes, tests, and projects throughout the year as well.

NO LATE HOMEWORK WILL BE ACCEPTED.



Grading Policy:

93 to 100 - A
85 to 92 - B
77 to 84 - C
70 to 76 - D
69 and below - F

9 week averages include: Daily homework grades (averaged weekly), vocabulary grades, quizzes, study guides (count 2X), projects/map activities (count 2X), and tests (count 3X).


Students if you are absent, do not forget about your vocabulary. You can find all the vocabulary words on my website, look for the Vocabulary Link. You can also find useful information, notes, maps, and power points on the Topic Links on the left as well.



Maps and Globes Practice