AFRICA MAPPING LAB EXPECTATIONS • • • • • • • Work diligently & get your activity done! When with a partner WORK with your partner Stay on TASK Talk at a low level Listen and follow directions. Work HARD! Learn! WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING • • • • • • • Using your brain Working with partners Reading Reading Maps Answering questions with complete sentences Solve problems Learning HOW THIS WORKS • There are 3 challenges. – We will complete all three challenges today – At times you will work individually – At times you will work with partner(s) • Use maps to answer questions • Record your answers in complete sentences on the paper provided. • Work with your assigned partner(s) at your assigned station. • Follow all directions. LETS GET TO IT! …open your packet to the first two pages, please! To begin our mapping lab lets start with making a mental map. In the box provide in your packet draw Africa include everything mentioned in your directions. You have 10 minutes to complete this activity! http://www.onlinestopwatch.com/ Challenge #1 Find and label these physical features using the latitude and longitude coordinates. Your Map should look like this. Challenge #2 Find and label these locations using the latitude and longitude coordinates. Your map should look like this. Challenges #3 Your Partners 1. Tracy, Kevin, Daijah 2. Daniel, Taylor, Mathew 3. Marquese, Eric, Valente 4. Krystal, Lauren, Nico 5. Sergio, Anthony Your Partners 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Deja, Chris, Heidi Azra, Kathryn, Karina Fernando, Taylor, John Jacob, Crystal, Jennifer Tristan, Kalif, Melinda Stenasia, Marc, Lewis Leomana, George Mariah, Jimmy CHALLENGES #3 • For these challenges we will be with a partner(s) and you will be required to move around the room. • You must be work with your assigned partner(s) to complete the tasks given. • When talking with your partner(s) use an appropriate level of voice so everyone can hear their own partner(s) and not your voice. (Level One) • Stay at your assigned area. When you leave the area to see me stay focused and do not bother other groups. When you leave go directly back to your map station. CHALLENGES #3 • For each challenge you will be required to use maps to answer questions. • write your answer in a complete sentence! – Underline or highlight the answer in the sentence. • When you have answered the question come up to Mr. McWilliams. I will check your answer. – If correct you will receive a new question to answer. – If incorrect you will receive a check mark and told to try again. • We will practice one together. Question #1 & 2 (Challenge 3) 1.) Which African countries north of the equator have petroleum (oil) as a resource? Correct answer: – Petroleum can be found in these countries north of the equator: Cameroon, Nigeria, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, and Algeria 2.) Which African countries abundant resource are diamonds? QUESTION 3 & 4 ( CHALLENGE 3) Question 2.) What is the elevation of Lake Victoria? Question 3.) What mountain has the highest elevation above sea level? What is the exact elevation of this mountain?