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Milestone review 2015 2016

7th Grade Georgia Standards comprehensive review

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Milestone review 2015 2016

  1. 1. MILESTONE REVIEW Review notes and maps
  2. 2. WHERE DO PEOPLE LIVE?
  3. 3. SW ASIA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0Q9xhnDXcA
  4. 4. SS7G2, SS7G6, SS7G10 • “The student will discuss environmental issues across SW Asia (Middle East), Southern and Eastern Asia, and Africa.”
  5. 5. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES (SS7G6A)
  6. 6. SS7G6A
  7. 7. SS7G6A
  8. 8. SS7G6A
  9. 9. SS7G7A • Large oil supply in SW Asia has affected the history of the region since the 1950s: • It has encouraged foreigners to compete for influence in the region
  10. 10. SS7G7A • Natural resources in the Middle East: • What are Natural Resources?: • Natural resources are the materials or substances found in nature that can be used for economic gain. • In SW Asia, there is an abundance of oil • There is also scarcity of water
  11. 11. SS7G7A
  12. 12. SS7G7B • Most people in the Middle East live: • near water • Most of the large cities in SW Asia are located on or near: • major rivers
  13. 13. HUMAN GEOGRAPHY SS7G4A, SS7G8A, SS7G12A • What is an ethnic group? • What is a religious group?
  14. 14. HUMAN GEOGRAPHY SS7G4A, SS7G8A, SS7G12A
  15. 15. HUMAN GEOGRAPHY SS7G4A, SS7G8A, SS7G12A
  16. 16. SS7G8B
  17. 17. SS7G8C
  18. 18. SS7G8D
  19. 19. HISTORY OF SW ASIA • “The student will analyze continuity and change in SW Asia (Middle East) leading to the 21st Century.”
  20. 20. SS7H2A • SS7H2a: • “Explain how European partitioning in the Middle East after the breakup of the Ottoman Empire led to regional conflict.”
  21. 21. SS7H2A
  22. 22. SS7H2B: • “Explain historical reasons for the establishment of the modern State of Israel in 1948; include the Jewish connection to the land, the Holocaust, anti- Semitism, and Zionism in Europe.”
  23. 23. SS7H2B
  24. 24. SS7H2B
  25. 25. SS7H2B
  26. 26. SS7H2B
  27. 27. SS7H2B • In 1948, the United Nations divided the land of Palestine between the Arabs and the Jews: • The State of Israel was established
  28. 28. SS7H2C • “Describe how land and religion are reasons for continuing conflicts in the Middle East.”
  29. 29. SS7H2C
  30. 30. SS7H2C
  31. 31. SS7H2D • “Explain U.S. presence and interest in Southwest Asia; include the Persian Gulf conflict, and invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq.” • War on Terror Explained in Minutes Video • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrEXibbXqUs
  32. 32. SS7H2D
  33. 33. SS7H2D
  34. 34. SS7H2D
  35. 35. SS7H2D
  36. 36. SS7CG1, SS7CG4 SS7CG6 • Students will compare and contrast various forms of government
  37. 37. SYSTEMS OF GOVERNMENT • Unitary • Confederation • Federal • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SL6eGwP0JTg
  38. 38. SS7CG1A, SS7CG4A, SS7CG6A • Unitary Government • Power is held by one central authority • (strong national government) • (weak local governments) • Most countries are unitary in form.
  39. 39. SS7CG1A, SS7CG4A, SS7CG6A • Confederation • Voluntary associations of independent states • Weak national government • Strong local government
  40. 40. SS7CG1A, SS7CG4A, SS7CG6A • Federal Government: • Power is divided (shared) between one central government and several local governments • The national government and local governments each have shared and reserved powers.
  41. 41. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdh9xo47OWM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyTbyn7npOc
  42. 42. SS7CG1B, SS7CG4B, SS7CG6B • Autocracy: • One person possesses unlimited power • The citizen has little or no role in the government • Autocratic • Dictator, absolute monarch
  43. 43. SS7CG1B, SS7CG4B, SS7CG6B • Oligarchy: • Government ruled by a few • A small group exercises control • The citizen has a limited role in the government • oligarchic
  44. 44. SS7CG1B, SS7CG4B, SS7CG6B • Democracy: • A government in which supreme power is vested with the people • Citizens are involved with the government through the use of free and open elections • Citizens have high amounts of personal freedoms • democratic
  45. 45. SS7CG1C, SS7CG4C, SS7CG6C • Presidential Democracy: • President is constitutionally independent of the legislature • The president is elected in an open and free election
  46. 46. SS7CG1C, SS7CG4C, SS7CG6C • Parliamentary Democracy: • Power is held by the legislature (elected by the citizens) • The legislature chooses the head of government • Typically led by a “Prime Minister” (who is a member of the legislature)
  47. 47. SS7CG2 • “The student will explain the structures of the modern governments of SW Asia (Middle East), Southern and Eastern Asia, and Africa.”
  48. 48. SS7CG5A
  49. 49. SS7CG5A
  50. 50. SS7CG5A
  51. 51. SS7E1, SS7E5, SS7E8 • The student will analyze different economic systems
  52. 52. SS7E1, SS7E5, SS7E8 • In order to analyze the different economic systems, we must be able to identify and answer the three basic economic questions. • The three basic questions asked for any economic system are: • WHAT to produce • HOW to produce • FOR WHOM to produce.
  53. 53. SS7E1, SS7E5, SS7E8 • Types of economic systems • Traditional • Command • Market The Economic Systems Song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cpqq9HXYJPM
  54. 54. SS7E1A, SS7E5A, SS7E8A • Traditional Economy: • Based on customs and belief
  55. 55. • Command Economy: • Government answers all economic questions
  56. 56. SS7E1A, SS7E5A, SS7E8A
  57. 57. SS7E1B, SS7E5B, SS7E8B
  58. 58. SS7E1B, SS7E5B, SS7E8B
  59. 59. SS7E1B, SS7E5B, SS7E8B Country “A” • “A” is more of a command economy because the government makes more business decisions: • More government-owned businesses • “A” has a low amount of economic freedoms for its citizens Country “B” • “B” is more of a market economy because individual citizens make more business decisions: • More privately-owned businesses • “B” has a high amount of economic freedoms for its citizens
  60. 60. SS7E2, SS7E6, SS7E9 • “The student will explain how voluntary trade benefits buyers and sellers in SW Asia, Southern and Eastern Asia, and Africa.”
  61. 61. SS7E2A, SS7E6A, SS7E9A • Specialization: • Encourages trade between countries
  62. 62. SS7E2B, SS7E6B, SS7E9B
  63. 63. SS7E2C, SS7E6D, SS7E9C • In order for international trade to be successful: • a system of exchanging currencies must be in place
  64. 64. SS7E3, SS7E7, SS7E10 • “The student will describe factors that influence economic growth and examine their presence or absence in SW Asia, Southern and Eastern Asia, and Africa.”
  65. 65. SS7E3A, SS7E7A, SS7E10A
  66. 66. SS7E3B, SS7E7B, SS7E10B
  67. 67. SS7E3AB, SS7E7AB, SS7E10AB
  68. 68. SS7E3D, SS7E7D, SS7E10D
  69. 69. SS7E4 • “The student will explain personal money management choices in terms of income, spending, credit, saving, and investing.”
  70. 70. SS7E4 • Income: • Money that is earned on a regular basis
  71. 71. SS7E4 • Spending: • Paying money for items that are needed
  72. 72. SS7E4 • Saving: • Setting money aside for future use
  73. 73. SS7E4F • Investing: • Spending money in the hope of earning more money than is spent
  74. 74. SS7E4 • Credit: • Money that is borrowed from a bank
  75. 75. SS7E5C • Israel: • Mixed economy; closer to the Market side • Diverse economy • Israel does not have oil. They depend on technology and agriculture to run the economy.
  76. 76. SS7E5C
  77. 77. SS7E5C
  78. 78. SS7E6C • “Explain the primary function of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).” • “What is OPEC?” from CNBC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEm5OLcbW9Q • “OPEC 101” from Bloomberg Business https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Elf6JlJktIc
  79. 79. SS7E6C
  80. 80. SS7E7C • “Explain the role of oil in these countries’ economies.”
  81. 81. SS7E7C
  82. 82. AFRICA
  83. 83. SS7G2A
  84. 84. SS7G2A
  85. 85. SS7G2B
  86. 86. SS7G2C
  87. 87. SS7G3A
  88. 88. SS7G3A
  89. 89. SS7G4B
  90. 90. SS7H1 • “The student will analyze continuity and change in Africa leading to the 21st Century.” • SS7H1a: • “Explain how the European partitioning across Africa contributed to conflict, civil war, and artificial political boundaries.”
  91. 91. SS7H1A
  92. 92. SS7H1A
  93. 93. SS7H2B • “Explain how nationalism led to independence in South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria.”
  94. 94. SS7H1B
  95. 95. SS7H1C: • “Explain the creation and end of apartheid in South Africa and the roles of Nelson Mandela and F.W. de Klerk.”
  96. 96. SS7H1C
  97. 97. SS7H1C
  98. 98. SS7H1C
  99. 99. SS7H1C
  100. 100. SS7H1C
  101. 101. SS7H1D • “Explain the impact of the Pan-African movement.”
  102. 102. SS7H1D
  103. 103. SS7H1D
  104. 104. SS7CG2A
  105. 105. SS7CG2A
  106. 106. SS7CG2B • “Explain how political, economic, and social conflicts resulted in the independence of South Sudan.”
  107. 107. SS7CG2B
  108. 108. SS7CG3 • “The student will analyze how politics in Africa impacts the standards of living.”
  109. 109. SS7CG3A
  110. 110. SS7CG3B
  111. 111. SS7CG3B
  112. 112. SS7CG3B
  113. 113. SS7E1C
  114. 114. SS7E1C
  115. 115. SOUTHERN AND EASTERN ASIA
  116. 116. SS7G10A
  117. 117. SS7G10B
  118. 118. SS7G10B
  119. 119. HUMAN GEOGRAPHY RELIGIOUS GROUPS OF S & E ASIA • Hinduism • Buddhism • Islam • Shintoism • Confucianism
  120. 120. SS7G12B
  121. 121. SS7G12B
  122. 122. SS7G12B • Islam: • Created during the 600s… in SW Asia • Although it originated in the Middle East, it is practiced by hundreds of millions in S+E Asia • Most Muslims live in Indonesia
  123. 123. SS7G12B Shinto Torii or Gate
  124. 124. SS7G12B
  125. 125. SS7G12B
  126. 126. SS7G12B
  127. 127. SS7G12B
  128. 128. SS7G4C, SS7G8E, SS7G12C
  129. 129. SS7G4C, SS7G8E, SS7G12C
  130. 130. HISTORY OF SOUTHERN AND EASTERN ASIA • SS7H3: • “The student will analyze continuity and change in Southern and Eastern Asia leading to the 21st Century.”
  131. 131. SS7H3A: • “Describe how nationalism led to independence in India and Vietnam.” https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/ushistory/vietnamwar/
  132. 132. SS7H3B • Mohandas Gandhi led the Indian independence movement against the British by using: • Non-violent protest https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/famoushistoricalfigures/mahatmagandhi/
  133. 133. SS7H3C https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/worldhistory/hi roshimaandnagasaki/
  134. 134. SS7H3D https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/worldhistory/communism/
  135. 135. SS7H3D
  136. 136. SS7H3D
  137. 137. SS7H3D
  138. 138. SS7H3D
  139. 139. SS7HE3
  140. 140. SS7H3E https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/worldhistory/vietnamwar/ https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/worldhistory/koreanwar/
  141. 141. SS7CG7A GOVERNMENT
  142. 142. SS7CG7A
  143. 143. SS7E8C
  144. 144. SS7E8C
  145. 145. SS7E8C
  146. 146. CONGRATULATIONS • You have reached the end of this 7th Grade Social Studies Milestone Review! • Use what you have to practice for success! • Study your notes nightly! • Practice your vocabulary! • Over the break, email me or post a comment on my blog if you need any additional help or clarification!

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