Monday, September 25, 2017

Tuesday, September 26. 2017

Today's schedule is C-D-A-B

C Block Human Geography 11 - Today we'll try to answer the Key Questions "Where are Migrants Distributed and Why Do People Migrate?" We'll look at the difference between a migrant and a refugee. We'll look at in-migration (immigration to) and out-migration (emigration from) and patterns of international migration. We'll look at a brief history of immigration policy in Canada (Hint hint it's kinda Eurocentric up to the late 1960's), Zelinski's migration transition (what stages of the DTM do we find in and out migration) and lastly push and pull factors for migration. You'll have some work to complete for me in your week 4 package that you'll get today.

D Block Criminology 12 - Today we start with our first quiz in the course...RELAX I'm sure you'll do fine. There is a bonus question for you should you choose to complete it will be on the last page of the quiz for you. After the quiz, we will focus on the impact that crime has on victims. We'll try to examine the impacts of crime on victims (both short and long term)

I'll go over some notes with you on this and we'll try to understand how violence and violent crime (out next topic in the course) is a traumatic event that impacts human lives.

B Block Physical Geography 12 - Today, you'll work on your Day 15 assignment (define anticline & syncline, and work on questions 4 - 5 from page 412 in your Geosystems text). We'll watch a bit of Geologic Journey to understand the craton of North America (focusing on the Torngat Mountains of Labrador) and to understand the Wrangellia Terrane (focusing on the Mg rich Karmutsen Formation that formed on the ocean basin 230 mya and arrived on the west coast of Vancouver Island and Haida Gwaii about 100 mya) along with folding (the Rockies). Sweet!

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