Mr. Valenzuela
4Oct/22

Humanities 7 – Homework – Oct 4

"Ecker VI projection SW" by Strebe - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ecker_VI_projection_SW.jpg#/media/File:Ecker_VI_projection_SW.jpg

Today in class, students examined the use of scale and projection in map making by observing and analyzing various types of map projections.

microsoft_word_logo Projection Maps Gallery Walk Chart

microsoft_word_logo Gallery Walk of Map Projections

Homework - p. 18 - On a separate sheet of paper, explain which map is the most accurate from what you saw in class today and WHY – make sure to accurately use the vocabulary from this unit so far (scale, projection, distortion) – your reflection should be at least 10 sentences.

3Oct/22

Humanities 7 – Homework – Oct 3

Map_of_the_World_in_Hemispheres

Today in class, students described the purposes of maps and its different uses by completing a reading and discussing "The Language of Maps" in groups.

microsoft_word_logo The Language of Maps Handout

adobe-pdf-logo The World Through Maps: A History of Cartography

microsoft_word_logo Orientation and Grid Handout

Homework - p. 16 - Complete the Orientation and Grid Handout by completing the reading of The World Through Maps pages 14-15 and 20-23, and then answering the questions on your handout in complete sentences.

Reminder -  You have a NOTEBOOK QUIZ on Friday 10/7 on pages 1-15 of your Interactive Student Notebook. Make sure all of your pages and Table of Contents are up-to-date!