Process for Teachers: Students will be in groups of 3-4 and each station will consist of an example or two of different types of boundaries. Our school is one-to-one technology with Chromebooks so students will conduct their own research. If your school is not one-to-one you’ll have to find articles and/or maps for each example to be printed for each station. - These websites may be helpful in beginning to find some information for students. - - putes - - separate-the-world/?utm_term=.72fef498a998 - - prevention/ Directions for students : You and your group will receive a paper with example(s) of locations that form a boundary, for example, your paper might say Ohio and Kentucky or the Berlin Wall. You will decide the type of border that best fits the locations given, for Ohio and Kentucky you would choose physical since the border is the Ohio River. Once you’ve matched the location with the type of border, use your groupmates, chromebooks, and reading notes to answer the questions. You will have about 15 minutes per station. My examples for each type of boundary: Religious: 1. India and Pakistan 2. Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland Ethnic: 1. Cyprus Language: 1. Germany and France 2. Spain and Portugal Geometric Boundary: 1. The DMZ 2. The Aouzou Strip 3. South Pole Physical Boundary: 1. Argentina and Chile 2. Asia and Europe 3. Texas and Mexico Name: Date: Block:
Types of Boundaries NTI Work Directions: In order to answer these questions you will have to click FILE and then MAKE A COPY. From there, type your answers and submit it to me for your NTI credit.
- Fall '19
- Ethnic group, Republic of Ireland, Ethnic groups