Gather information on China's population, clothes, food, and traditions. You
will also find information on the United States of America's
population, clothes, food, and traditions. Write all of this
information down. Place all of your information in your center
The assignment is as follows:
1) Location Locater: Your job is to find the absolute location
and relative location of China. Research the two meanings
and find maps that are examples of each location. You will
record this information using a "Word" document.
2) Place Placer: Your job is to research about China as a
place. Place describes the human and physical characteristics
of a location.
Physical characteristics include a description such things
as the mountains, rivers, beaches, topography, and animal
and plant life of a place. Human characteristics include the
human-designed cultural features of a place, from land use
and architecture to forms of livelihood and religion. You
will record your information using a "Word" document.
3) Human-Environment Interaction Investigator: Your job is
to explain how humans adapt to and modify the environment
in China. Humans shape the landscape through their interaction
with the land; this has both positive and negative effects
on the environment. What are the positive and negative effects
on the environment in China? You will record your findings
in a "Word" document.
4) Movement Mover: Your job is to find the ideas, fads, goods,
resources, and communication that travel throughout China.
This theme studies movement and migration across the country
of China. You will record your findings in a "Word" document.
5) Region Researcher: Your job is to show the differences
between language, religion, culture, traditions, etc. in various
regions (cities, counties, states, etc) of China. You will
record your findings in a "Word" document.