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1. According to the graph, at what age were the most fatalities while driving? 2. Which age group had the highest % of fatal collisions that involved drinking drivers? 3. How many fatal collisions were experienced by 31 -40 year olds? 4. For 81 year olds, the percentage of fatalities due to drunk driving is low, but the overall number of deaths is still relatively high. What could possibly explain this? 5. What is an overall conclusion you can draw about the three different driving groups?

• Learner Outcomes: Monday (1/8/17) • 1. TSWBAT identify the four hemispheres and the parallel and meridian that separates each hemisphere. (F/P) 2. TSWBAT draw and label on a map the 5 major lines of latitude (T/R)

Starting Assignment • Use pg. 6 in the book to help you. 1. What is the absolute location of New Orleans? 2. What is the relative location of New Orleans?

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Today’s Agenda Starting Assignment Complete Poster Activity Video Clip: Maps, Globes, and Graphs Power Point: Latitude, Longitude, Hemispheres Guided Practice: Finding Cities & Balloon Labeling Ticket Out of the Door

Latitude, Longitude and Earth’s Hemispheres

TOPIC: Latitude, ___________ and Earth’s _____________ Hemisphere: Equator: Prime Meridean: Latitude: Longitude:

HEMISPHERE WHITE BOARD DISCUSSION: 1) What do you think “hemisphere” means? 2) How many are there?

• HEMISPHERE – • Each half of the earth • North, South, East, West

• EQUATOR – • Imaginary line dividing earth into north and south • Equator = 0° Latitude

• PRIME MERIDIAN – • Imaginary line dividing earth into East and West • Prime Meridian = 0° Longitude

• LATITUDE • a. k. a. “parallels” • Used to locate places NORTH OR SOUTH Of equator.

• LONGITUDE § a. k. a. “meridians” • Used to locate places EAST & WEST (of Prime Meridian)

5 Major Lines of Latitude ** on core exam

• Guided Practice --- (all together) • Latitude, Longitude • Answers: 30°N, 20°W • Answer: 10°S, 30°E

WHITE BOARD: PAIRS PRACTICE • Work in pairs • Starting from left to right, find the coordinates of the boats below. • • • ANSWERS 1. 10°S, 30°W 2. 0°, 20°W 3. 30°N, 10°W 4. 40°N, 20°E 5. 10°S, 30°E

YOUR TURN… • On the Earth Placemats label the following: 1. The Five Circles of Latitude (names & degrees) 2. The Prime Meridian 3. Draw a symbol near each line to represent what the climate would feel like. You may use the same symbol more than once. 4. Label your seven continents & four oceans

LOCATING MAJOR CITIES • Purpose: To practice using latitude and longitude in realistic situations. • Apply your knowledge of plotting coordinates using latitude and longitude to locate major cities around the world.

FIND THE CITY • Use desk maps (colorful side)

• • • 1) BJ 40 N, 116 E 2) CA 30 N, 31 E 3) CT 34 S, 18 E 4) FJ 18 S, 178 E 5) GA 0, 90 W 6) LA 34 N, 118 W 7) LI 12 S, 77 W 8) LO 51 N, 0 9) MC 19 N, 99 W 10) ME 37 S, 144 E 11) MO 55 N, 37 E 12) MU 19 N, 72 E 13) NO 30 N, 90 W 14) NY 40 N, 74 W 15) RJ 23 S, 43 W 16) SY 34 S, 151 E 17) TK 35 N, 139 E 18) VC 49 N, 123 W 19) WE 41 S, 174 E

Activity: Balloon Labeling • Each person gets a balloon and marker • • INSTRUCTIONS: Label ALL of the 5 major circles of latitude Label the Prime Meridian Label ALL 4 hemispheres

RECAP • • What line is at 0° latitude? Answer: Equator What line is at 0° longitude? Answer: Prime Meridian What is another word for lines of latitude? Answer: Parallels What is another word for lines of longitude? Answer: Meridians

Ticket out the door…. • Label your FIVE CIRLES OF LATITUDE with their names, degrees, and directions. • Name your seven continents & four oceans