9:01: Identify the effects of globalization around the world today.
9:02: Analyze the use of geographic tools to locate and explain information about people places and environments.
9:03: Evaluate the role of culture and geography on the development and maintenance of society.
9:08 Consider the role of innovation on the development and interaction of societies
Learning Target 1: What makes up Asia as a continent?
Success Criteria 1A: Student can locate countries on map. Game 1, Game 2
Success Criteria 1B: Student can locate cities on map. Game 1, Game 2
Success Criteria 1C: Student can locate physical features on map. Game 1
Success Criteria 1D: Student can interpret a thematic map. Atlas activity in class & National Geographic website & handout
Learning Target 2: What are the religious and cultural aspects of Asia
Success Criteria 2A: Students can explain the basics of Hinduism and how it has affected modern India. Jeopardy Review
Success Criteria 2B: Students can explain how ancient Chinese traditions influences family life in China (Buddhism, Daisom, Confucianism)
Success Criteria 2C: Student can explain basics concepts of Shintoism in Japan and how it affects daily life.
Learning Target 3: How is the 7 revolutions affecting Asia?
Success Criteria 3A: Students can explain how technology and Information age has given India a central role in the global economics. (In class activities)
Success Criteria 3B: Students can describe China's role of governance on economics as it transforms from a command to capitalist society. & Questions
Success Criteria 3C: Students can explain the conflict between South and North Korea and the United States' role in the matter.
Success Criteria 3D: Students understand how the population increases and decreases in Asia present different problems. (Webquest and World in the Balance Video & Handout)