Geography Theme 3: Rural Spaces – TEXAS AMQ April/May 2021

Introduction to Theme 3:

The reconfiguration of rural spaces is characterized by the paradox of closer links between rural and urban areas whilst some rural areas at the same time are excluded and remain peripheral. The state of Texas presents dramatic contrasts between urban and rural spaces. The state is experiencing impressive population growth and immigration along the Mexican border while rural communities struggle to maintain public services.

Introduction PowerPoint for Theme 3

This is a useful starting point for key ideas in this theme including the differing importance of rural areas in national economies, the concept of the urban-rural continuum and an understanding of rural fragmentation and rural gentrification:

Geog Theme 3 Overview

PowerPoint for the Texas Case Study:

The cornerstone of this theme is a case study of rural Texas, here is the PowerPoint:

Texas Overview

Resource booklet for Rural Areas in Texas:

Corpus of documents – Case Study TEXAS

Annotated Map Question (AMQ) for this chapter – this is the major piece of work for this theme:

Texas AMQ

Copy of blank map to print out and draw your own annotated map on to answer question7:

Texas Base Map

An example Map of Rural Change and Challenges in Texas which you can use to create your own map (with around 12 symbols in the legend) – don’t try and copy it all that is not the objective of the exercise!

Map of Texas – Change and Challenge Rural Areas

HELP FOR TEXAS AMQ METHODOLOGY (use colouring pencils please). This document is really important preparation for AMQs in the OIB Bac exam:

Methodology for TEXAS AMQ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

History Theme 3: France and the US – Politics and Society to 1914

This theme compares the social and economic transformations of French and American societies in the late 19th – early 20th centuries. In France, the First Republic (1792-1804) and the Second Republic (1848-1852) were both replaced by imperialist and authoritarian regimes. However, following the collapse of the Second Empire (under Louis Napoleon), the Third Republic (1870-1914) survived for decades and constructed a nation around the republic ideal. The theme concludes with a study the development of French and American imperialism.

Learning Objectives

  • Analyze the main advances in production methods.
  • Evaluate the social and economic impact of industrialization.
  • Analyze the ideology of American expansionism
  • Analyze the causes and consequences of the Spanish-American War and Philippine Rebellion

Key Questions

  • What were the major consequences of industrialization?
  • How important was the impact of immigration?
  • How did women’s workforce and social roles evolve?
  • What were the economic, political, ideological, and military motivations behind American imperialism?
  • What were the consequences of Westward expansion to the Pacific?
  • Why and how did the US acquire an overseas empire at the end of the 19th century?
  • How did American imperial ambitions compare with European Imperialism in the broader global context?

1°OIB His Th3 Introa

 CHAPTER 7 : Consolidating the Republican regime, its Values and Defining Citizenship

Points de passage:

  • 1871 – Louise Michel during the Paris Commune
  • 1885 – The national funeral of Victor Hugo
  • 1905 – The Law of Separation of Churches from the State: debates & implementation.

Louise Michel

The National Funeral of Victor Hugoa

1905 Law of Separationa

Main PowerPoint for this chapter:

Hist Chp6 Overview

Additional video resource (3m) about the Paris Commune:

Follow this link for a short review (4mins) of secularism or the separation between Church and State in France:
https://www.france24.com/en/20160121-laicite-secularism-france-history-philosophy-government-state-public-schools-religion-extre

 

Classwork / Homework from February 15th through the holiday: complete all the exercises about French Industrialization I distributed recently – exercises are here:  Theme 3 Fr Indust Activity

 

 

Chapter 8: Continuity and Change in French Society & in the United States 1870-1914

Points de passage:

  • John D. Rockefeller and Standard Oil
  • 1893 Columbian Exposition (Chicago’s World Fair) & 1900 Universal Exposition
  • International Ladies Garment Workers Union & Triangle Shirtwaist Fire (1911)

What were the impacts of industrialization on France Activity:

Theme 3 Fr Indust Activity

Gilded Age Overview PowerPoint:

Hist Ch7 Gilded Age

 

The 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist fire

Classwork and Homework for the week beginning MONDAY 8TH MARCH to be completed and submitted for week beginning MONDAY 22ND MARCH:

Watch the videos above and check out the PPT before reading SECTION THREE: BIG BUSINESS AND LABOR and complete SECTION THREE ASSESSMENT exercises 1,2,3 and 4 (you did not need to study Sections 1 or 2):

1°OIB US 19th C

 

 

Chapter 9: American and French Imperialism

Points de Passage:

  • Manifest Destiny (US) / Civilizing Mission (FR)
  • Dawes Act of 1887 and Wounded Knee 1890
  • Philippine Rebellion 1899

French and European Imperialism:

19th Century FR Imperialism

19th Century French Imperialism worksheet

1° Scramble Africa Article

American Imperialism:

Powerpoint:

Rise-of-American-Imperialism

The Rise of American Imperialism worksheet

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geography Theme 2: Diversification of Spaces, Actors and Production

This chapter is about how, at the global scale, the principal places and actors involved in the production of wealth are undergoing change, becoming more numerous and interconnected in addition to being concentrated in metropolises and along the coasts.

Learning Objectives 

  • Identify the different types of production areas
  • To be able to define the role of different actors in the supply chain
  • Understand how production areas constitute networks
  • Understand the New International Division of Labor
  • Understand how the digital economy influences production area

Key Questions

  1. What are the different types of production areas?
  2. How are production areas changing in the context of globalization?
  3. What are the major actors of production at different scales?
  4. To what extent do flows drive global production?
  5. What is the impact of the digital economy on production area?
  6. How do metropolises and coastal areas fit into production networks?

 

1° OIB Geography Theme 2 Outline

Chapter 4: Production Spaces and Global Case Studies

Principal PPT support for first part of theme:

Geog Ch4 Overview

Links:

Map showing global trade flows:

https://blueshift.io/international-trade.html

Article about the Digital Economy:

www.forbes.com/sites/koshagada/2016/06/16/what-is-the-digital-economy/?sh=5a24e0947628#416e96ae7628

Video: outsourcing explained:

 

Video on Outsourcing in Bangalore:

 

Example of a supply chain:

Video (12mins) on the Apple Supply Chain:

 

An article on the Apple Supply Chain:

https://www.supplychainopz.com/2013/01/is-apple-supply-chain-really-no-1-case.html

Case Study of Singapore

1° Gg chp4 Singapore

 

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Chapter 5: Coastal Production Zones

Principal PPT for second part of the theme:

Geog Ch5 Overview

Silicon Valley Case Study:

1°Gg chp5 Silicon Valley resources

Silicon Valley Exercises and Map

Article about Silicon Valley:

INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY: San Francisco and Silicon Valley

 

Link to the atlas of the future article and maps:

7 ways to map optimism

Geog Ch5 PPT worksheet

Chapter 6: Productive Spaces in France

Geog Chp6 PPT Overview

Geog ch6 PPT worksheet

French Industrial Spaces

WORKSHEET FOR MONDAY 25TH JANUARY:

Brittany case study work

History Theme 2

History theme 2 covers the Second Republic and Second Empire in France and then turns its attention to the tensions in the USA between the North and South which led to the Civil War.

1° OIB History Theme 2 Overview

The Second Republic becomes the Second Empire

The chapter begins in France – click on the document below for further details:

The birth of the Second Republic

The following Powerpoint summarizes how the Second Empire can be divided into two phases: the authoritarian Empire from 1852-59 and the the Liberal Empire from 1859 to 1870:

The Liberal Empire, 1859-70

US CIVIL WAR

The next part of the chapter crosses the Atlantic to chart the steps leading up to the Civil War:

The following document provides a good overview of the causes of the conflict:

Reconstruction After the Civil War Chp

This document provides a chronology and explores the extent to which slavery was the cause of  the civil war:

US Civil War

This Powerpoint covers the bulk of what we study about this troubled period of US history:

US Causes of Civil War

 

Reconstruction after the Civil War

Overview PPT of the Reconstruction, 1865-77:

RECONSTRUCTION OIB

Crash course episode on Reconstruction:

Chapter about Reconstruction:

Reconstruction After the Civil War Chp

 

Industrialization, Economic and Social Transformations in the US and France, 1800-1870

The final part of THEME 2 looks at the rise of industrialism and how it transformed France and the USA.

  • During and after the Civil War the US entered a period of rapid economic growth (boom) due in part to government policies that changed the factors of production in the US.
  • These factors include: land (and its natural resources – wood, coal, iron ore), labour, capital, technology and entrepreneurship.
  • The National Bank provided capital and regulated lending and western expansion (promoted through government purchases and treaties) opened up a vast resource rich region.

PowerPoint for France:

Hist Chp 5 PPT Overview

PowerPoint for the USA:

Hist Chp 5 PPT US

Document on the Lowell System:

Lowell System

PowerPoint about the Transcontinental Railroad:

TransContinental Railroad

Crash course episode:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geography Theme 1: Case study of Mumbai

Introduction

The megacity Mumbai is located in the state of Maharashtra in India on the west coast of India with an extended metropolitan population of aroud of 20.4 million inhabitants. It used to be known as Bombay until its name was officially changed in 1995.

It accounts for 1/3 of India’s tax revenue and is experiencing massive urbanisation due the growth of its economy in manufacturing. An increase in tertiary sector jobs such as IT and financial services means it has become a major centre for out-sourced work. It also has one of the largest film industries in the world located there, ‘Bollywood’. Despite this 42% of its population live in slums.

Resources for this case study:

Map to show location and expansion of the city:

Growth of Mumbai

Short video overview of slums in Mumbai:

https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-21498556

An excellent website including maps and video about this settlement:

http://www.coolgeography.co.uk/A-level/AQA/Year%2013/World%20Cities/Mumbai/Mumbai.htm

Case study map and exercise:

Mumbai Case Study of a LEDC Megalopolis

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WW1 Overview and Aftermath (Preparation for timed DBQ essay)

Powerpoint material for overview and aftermath of  WW1:

End of WW1

The crash course episode relating to American in WW1:

Extract from a BBC2 programme about the end of the war, 1917-1918:

Article about why Germany lost:

1° Why did Germany Lose WW1

Article about the Versailles Treaty (aka The Paris Peace Treaty):

1° What was Versailles Treaty?

WW1 Overview Powerpoint:

End of WW1

Useful site with a further video looking at the Versailles Peace Treaty:

“Crime of the Century”/What are some of the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles that angered Germans?

 

WW1 Reading and Quiz Assignments

As we move towards the end of this theme and prepare for the first Theme of History in T°OIB it is vitally important your carefully read and think about the ideas raised on pages 456-469 (which constitute two sections) from The American Republic textbook, chapter 14 below.

Once you have read each of these chapters please complete the two Google docs quizzes to show your understanding.

American Rep chap14

The American Republic chapter  14 is also available online here:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_JyI9HR2YxidXNBckZ0VFhPem8/edit

There are two Google Quizzes to complete.

The first is for SECTION TWO: THE HOME FRONT:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfndxO7aeSYp3taap30Xzoq47lwr9BAIqEN_-GlLdJ_oZfxgw/viewform?usp=pp_url

The second concerns SECTION THREE: A BLOODY CONFLICT:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdoT7t1bYjfZZNyLVUNN_abqjqRVpnhNchO55u8MLdLqX6_Pw/viewform?usp=pp_url

 

 

Why did the USA enter WW1?

Welcome back after the vacation!

Before tacking this work make certain you have:

1) watched the video WW1 in colour and written your comments on the blog (see blog entry below this one) 2) completed the WW1 Learning Pack holiday homework.

This week you will be learning about Why the USA entered WW1 in 1917. The objective is to complete the following DBQ essay question (and submit it before Wednesday 6th May):

* Why did the USA abandon its neutrality, choosing to enter World War One on the side of the allies? *

To introduce this topic there are links to two short videos below and The American Republic Since 1877 Chapter 14 – you must read ONLY section 1 for this work. You should make notes of any relevant information which helps to explain why the USA joined the war from the videos and Section 1 of the chapter. This will then be the context you can use to inform your DBQ essay (essay worksheet with documents is also attached below).

How to organize your time:

1) Read chapter 14 section 1 + watch video (make suitable notes): 1h30 (or nearly 2 lessons)

2) Read and annotate the 7 documents in the DBQ essay pdf document (either highlight useful information or make notes on last two pages of the DBQ essay pdf document: 1h (or 1.5 lessons)

3) Write your essay response: 2hrs (or 2.5 lessons)

Total time: 4.5hrs (or 6 lessons).

Here are links to the chapter and videos:

American Republic since 1877 Chapter 14.pdf

The chapter (you only need to read Section One for your essay) can also be found here: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_JyI9HR2YxidXNBckZ0VFhPem8/edit

 

 

1° OIB Vacation Work History Theme 4: WW1

Introduction to the final Theme in 1°OIB History – World War One.

Watch this video, entitled ‘Catastrophe’, about WW1. Unusually it combines colorized original footage with interviews of survivors (who have all sadly since died given their great ages’ when this documentary was filmed). Write a blog entry below (of no more than 8-10 lines) before Thursday 9th April in answer to this question: To what extent is this video helpful to you in understanding experiences in WW1 at the start of the conflict in 1914? You will be awarded a Grade out of 20 for the quality of your blog entry regarding the level of justification and explanation in your response.