2 Vocabulary words geography relative location absolute location physical feature human feature region modify adapt cause effect
3 geography: The study of the Earth s physical and human features.
4 Geography What the Earth looks like. How people react with the environment.
5 Relative location: Where a place is in relation to other places. Relative location is usually described by: 1. Direction (North, West, South, East) 2. Landmarks (Close to McDonalds, Opposite EAIS) 3. Distance to and from another place(3 kilometers from the mall)
6 Relative location The Nile River is in Egypt. Argentina is near Brazil. Nour s house is opposite Cairo Festival City. Alexandria is 179 kilometers from Cairo
7 absolute location: Exact location on Earth. You use latitude and longitude to find absolute location. Absolute location is the global address of a place.
8 Absolute location
9 physical feature: a feature that has been formed by nature. Examples; Landforms, bodies of water, plants, animals
10 Landforms Mountains Hills Cave Desert
11 Bodies of Water Oceans, Lakes, Rivers
12 Plants and Animals
13 human feature: Features that are built by humans.
17 region: An area on Earth whose features make it different from other areas. The different features can be physical, human, economic, cultural or political.
18 modify: to make a change. People change the environment when they build roads, bridges, canals.
19 adapt: to change in order to make more useful.
20 cause: an event or an action that makes something happen.
21 effect: The result of an event or action.
22 Match the vocabulary word with the meaning To make a change. The exact location of a place on Earth. Landforms, plants and animals in a place. An action that makes something happen. The study of the Earth s physical and human features. Physical features Modify Geography Cause Absolute location
23 Why Geography Matters What is Geography? It is the study of the Earth and the people on it.
24 Who is a geographer? Geographers are people who study geography.
25 THEMES OF GEOGRAPHY Themes are topics that geographers use to study the Earth s features.
26 Themes of Geography There are FIVE (5) themes of geography. They are easily remembered as MR. HELP M: MOVEMENT R: REGION HE: HUMAN- ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS L: LOCATION P: PLACE
27 Themes of Geography
28 MOVEMENT MOVEMENT: It is how people, products and ideas move from place to place using transportation and communication.
29 Movement of people: Cars, Trucks, Trains and Planes. Movement of products: Cars, Trucks, Trains and Planes.
30 How can ideas and information be moved from place to place?
31 Ideas and information are moved using:. Computer ( , internet), mail, TV, radio and magazine.
32 MOVEMENT Movement helps us understand: 1. How we connect and depend on people in other parts of the world. 2. The causes and effects of movement.
33 MOVEMENT How are people and products moved from one place to another?
34 REGION Region: This is an area of land that has common features The common features can be: 1. physical 2. human 3. religious 4. cultural
36 HUMAN- ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS Human- Environment Interaction: This is how people depend on their environment.
37 People modify (change)their environment by building cities. They clear lands to build bridges and roads.
38 The environment can cause people to adapt or change to their surroundings. Example: Wearing warm clothes in winter.
39 LOCATION Location describes where something is on Earth. It answers the question where is it? There are two kinds of location
41 1. What is the difference between relative and absolute location? 2. Give two examples of relative location? 3. What are two things used to describe absolute location?
42 PLACE This answers the question What is it like there? Every place on Earth has its own special quality. It can be Physical or Human
43 PLACE- PHYSICAL FEATURES 1. What are physical features? 2. Give three examples of physical features. 3. Are pyramids physical features?
44 PHYSICAL FEATURES
45 PLACE-HUMAN FEATURES 1. What are human features? 2. Give three examples of human features.
46 What are the 5 themes of Geography? MR HELP
47 Essential Elements of Geography The topics that Geographers use to understand the Earth and its people is called Essential Elements of Geography.
48 MAPS Geographers create maps to: 1. Organize and locate information about people and places. 2. Analyze information.
49 Why Culture and Society Matter Vocabulary Words culture society heritage
50 culture: A way of life that sets people apart from others.
51 CULTURE VIDEO
52 Food Religion Culture Language Art Sports Holidays
53 Society: An organized group of people living and working together under a set of rules and traditions.
54 Heritage: The elements of culture that have been passed down from one generation to another.
55 People s ideas, skills and arts People s way of doing things Studying culture and society Each society has a culture that is unique.
56 4. Give two things you learn when you study culture and society. 1. What are the things that make up a country s culture? 2. Can culture be passed down from one generation to another? 3. is an organized group of people living together under a set of rules and traditions.
57 Why Civics and Government Matter Vocabulary Words Government Civics Civic Participation
58 Government: A group of leaders and laws that help people live safely in their community, state, or country.
59 Civics: It is the study of the rights and duties citizens. Teaches you about; 1. Rights and responsibilities of a citizen. 2. How rights and responsibilities are different in every government.
60 Civic participation: Being concerned and being involved with issues relating to your community, state, country or the world.
62 Kinds of government Studying civics and government Rights and responsibilities of citizens How governments work today
63 1. What is civics? 2. Why is necessary to have a government? 3. Being involved with things in your community, state or world is. 4. What do you learn when you study civics and government?
64 Why Economics Matter Vocabulary Words 1. Economy 2. Economics
65 Economy: The way people use resources (money) to meet their needs.
66 Economics: The study of of how goods and services are distributed in the world.
67 How economics systems came to be Studying economics How goods and services are produced and distributed How economic systems have changed
68 1. is how people use money to meet their needs. 2. is the study of the way goods and services are produced and distributed. 3. What do you learn when you study economy and economics?
Unit Title: Africa : Movement Location Place Human Region : Subject/Course: 6 th Grade Social Studies Essential Questions: peoples, cultures and ideas of the world? How is a location identified using map
Unit Guides Assessment Items Indic ator s Concept Standard Curricular Indicator DOK Type* SR CR PB Assessment Questions # DOK Level 1E 1M 1H 2E 2M 2H 3E 3M 3H Civics Students will develop and apply the
Fourth Grade Social Studies Crosswalk This crosswalk document compares the 2010 K-12 Social Studies Essential Standards and the 2006 North Carolina Social Studies Standard Course of Study (SCOS) and provides
Chapter 2: Studying Geography, Economics, and Citizenship Lesson 2.1 Studying Geography I. Displaying the Earth s Surface A. A globe of the Earth best shows the sizes of continents and the shapes of landmasses
DIATHEMATIKON PROGRAMMA CROSS-THEMATIC CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK FOR STUDIES OF THE ENVIRONMENT The nature of Studies of the Environment Studies of the Environment is an interdisciplinary subject dealing with
r Main Idea Globes and maps provide different ways of showing features of the earth. Terms to Know hemisphere latitude longitude scale bar scale relief elevation contour line What Is a Globe? A globe is
Big Idea: Government and Civics First Quarter Academic Expectations 2.14 Students understand the democratic principles of justice, equality, responsibility, and freedom and apply them to real-life situations.
WS/FCS Unit Planning Organizer Subject(s) Social Studies Conceptual Lenses Grade/Course 6 th Geography Unit of Study Unit 1: Human Geography Civilization Unit Title Social Studies 101 Culture Pacing 12
Standards Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Throughout Year 7.1.spi.1. recognize cultural 7.1.spi.2. locate cultural information definitions (i.e., language, on a thematic map (i.e., languages, religion, customs,
Your web browser (Safari 7) is out of date. For more security, comfort and Activitydevelop the best experience on this site: Update your browser Ignore Introduction to Population Density How can you figure
Geography for Life Description In Geography for Life students will explore the world around them. Using the six essential elements established by the National Geographic Society students will be able to
Your web browser (Safari 7) is out of date. For more security, comfort and Activityengage the best experience on this site: Update your browser Ignore Mapping Diversity in Old and New Netherland How did
Unit 1 The Basics of Geography Chapter 1 The Five Themes of Geography Page 5 Geography comes from the Greek word geographia, which means to describe the earth. Geography is the study of the distribution
Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Expectations at end of key stage Location knowledge the countries of Europe? countries in Europe, environmental regions? countries in Europe, key physical and human characteristics?
Ohio s State Tests ANSWER KEY & SCORING GUIDELINES GRADE 6 SOCIAL STUDIES PART 1 Table of Contents Questions 1 4: Content Summary and Answer Key...1 Question 1: Question and Scoring Guidelines...3 Question
School Program Name: Name of Sanctuary: Grade Level: Grades 6 8 Location Options: Time: For more info: Landforms of New England Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary At the sanctuary 2 hours or combine with another
Geography Programme of study for key stage 3 and attainment target (This is an extract from The National Curriculum 2007) Crown copyright 2007 Qualifications and Curriculum Authority 2007 Curriculum aims
Contents: I- Relief 1- Structure of the Earth and relief formation 2- Shaping of relief 3- Types of relief II- Water 1- Water on Earth 2- Oceans and seas / continental waters 3- Uses, risks and problems
WATER, CLIMATE, AND VEGETATION Vocabulary Activity DIRECTIONS: Fill in the Blanks Select a term from below to complete each of the following sentences. CHAPTER 1. The constant movement of water, a process
AP Human Geography Chapter 1: Thinking Geographically Key Issue 1: How do Geographers describe where things are? Studying Human Geography Physical Geography Physical geography deals with Earth s natural
Name: Date: 1. Many of the Native Americans who lived on the Great Plains were nomadic people. Why did they move from place to place? A. They were finding new areas to mine. B. They were looking for fertile
Your web browser (Safari 7) is out of date. For more security, comfort and the best experience on this site: Update your browser Ignore Activityengage MAPPING W O RL D HERITAGE Where are sites of significant
Unit Program of Studies Core Content I Can Sample Vocabulary Geography 2-4 SS-5-G-U-1 Students will understand that the use of geographic tools (e.g., maps, globes, charts, graphs) and mental maps help
Tourism in the Austrian Alps and the Rebranding of a Cultural Landscape 3rd Global Geotourism Conference Martin Reeves BSc (Durham), PGCE, MBA (Keele), FRGS 1 Geo-regions as Brands Aims of the paper: 1
Quarter 1 Geography Tools and Concepts Chapters 1-5 Intro to Geography = 2 day review Goal Objective Task Analysis Vocabulary Text Location Goal 2.1: Analyze the 6-9.GEH.2.1.1 Explain and use the Identify
PRE-READING A. WARM-UP QUESTIONS 1. Have you heard of the Nazca Lines? If yes, what are they? If no, what do you think they are, based on the picture? 2. Where are the Nazca Lines located? If you don t
Canadian Explorers Learning object La Vérendyre map Lesson overview Students will be inspired by La Vérendyre to become explorers themselves. Students will embark on a research expedition to discover the
Second Grade Social Studies: Local Communities Unit 2: Big Picture Graphic Overarching Question: How does environment affect a community? Previous Unit: What is a Community? This Unit: Where is My Community
Geography Purpose A high-quality geography education should inspire in pupils a curiosity and fascination about the world and its people that will remain with them for the rest of their lives. Teaching
Guided Reading Activity What Is Geography? Lesson 1 Thinking Like a Geographer Essential Question: How does geography influence the way people live? Directions: Read the lesson and use your textbook to
The Kentucky Core Content for Assessment (version 3.0) forsocial Studies (Grades 6 8) Government and Civics The study of government and civics allows students to understand the nature of government and
Chapter 32 Australia & New Zealand Lesson 1: Physical Geography of Australia & New Zealand Landforms Australia lies between the Pacific and Indian Oceans in the Southern Hemisphere. Although an island,
GREAT BRITAIN: INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TO 1851 Student Worksheet Theme of Map This thematic map captures the industrial development of Britain at a time when it had transformed the British economy and society.
GRADE SPAN 5-8 CONTENT STANDARD 1. CITIZENSHIP/ GOVERNMENT/ DEMOCRACY Students demonstrate how structures of power, authority, and governance have developed historically and continue to evolve. BENCHMARK:
The BASIC NotB oring SERIES SOCIAL IP 402-0 STUDIES SKILLS MIDDLE GRADES ORLD G EOGRAPHY Inventive Exercises to Sharpen Skills and Raise Achievement Series Concept & Development by Imogene Forte & Marjorie
Unit 1: Geography GeoTrekkers in the Western Hemisphere Illustrated Glossary adapt to change in order to fit new condi/ons archipelago a group or chain of islands clustered together in a sea or ocean bodies
Prentice Hall World Geography: Building a Global Perspective 2009 High School C O R R E L A T E D T O High School Standard 1 - The World in Spatial Terms Students will acquire a framework for examining
As Artists we will: Look at Andy Goldsworthy natural sculptures and use his ideas to produce a sea themed natural sculpture. Create a Galapagos animal using drift wood Look at clay techniques to produce
MAPS A TLAS.COM Exploring NystromDeskAtlas.com The resources in NystromDeskAtlas.com will help you learn more about our world. The site s maps, graphs, photos, and links offer a wealth of information about
29 Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition R EA D I N G Earth processes are dynamic actions that occur both on the earth s surface and inside the earth. Any process that breaks down earth material, such as
THE UNVERSTY OF HONG KONG FACULTY OF SOCAL SCENCES Courses offered to Exchange/Visiting Students in the 2013-2014 Academic Year For course details, please refer to the Departmental Link Department of Geography
Lesson 1: Physical Geography of Canada Mexico Landforms Canada s mountainous eastern and western edges create a central region of fertile plains. Collisions of tectonic plates thrust up a series of sharp-peaked
Prentice Hall: The Cultural Landscape, An Introduction to Human Geography 2002 Indiana Academic Standards for Social Studies, World Geography (Grades 9-12) STANDARD 1: THE WORLD IN SPATIAL TERMS Students
Keep in mind that children of the same age can have very different academic and motor skills. Some children may have trouble writing in some of the smaller spaces of this lapbook. If this describes your
Do Maps Create or Represent Reality? by Laura Herbert Have you ever stopped and really looked at a map? I m not talking about consulting the coffee- stained map that makes its home in your glove compartment;
Textbook Page: 4-39 Description: GR.8 GEO Term 1 Theory 1 Videosessie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiymkyklt44 2 Work order of Term 1 s Topic 1 : To understand the focus of this topic, you will investigate
Planet Earth Unit title page (Student s Book pg. 1) Ask students to look at the photograph and think about how they would describe our planet. Give them time to read the unit summary paragraph, and check
Instructional Sequence/Procedure (Req.): 1. India: An Introduction Have students read India: An Introduction. After reading this, you may need to discuss some of the information presented in the reading
Name CHAPTER 10 Class Date Weathering and Soil Formation SECTION 2 Rates of Weathering National Science Education Standards BEFORE YOU READ After you read this section, you should be able to answer these
Time Zones Doug Fischer Geog 106 LRS Learning goals Students should be able to Explain time zones as a function of longitude Calculate time differences between different locations Demonstrate corrections
Royal International School Revision Booklet FINAL EXAMINATION 2nd Semester 2016-2017 Science - Grade 3A Name: Prepared by: Ms. Marvy 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS TOPIC Page How Does Earth s Surface Change Slowly?
The Reasons for Seasons By Gail Gibbons Recommended Reading for grades 3-5 DD This book is about the four seasons and the wonders that come with each one of them. It explains how the position of the Earth
Integrating Civics and Citizenship and Geography R-10 HASS SA Conference 27 February 2016 Malcolm McInerney DECD HASS Manager http://humsteach.blogspot.com.au THE YEAR LEVEL OFFERINGS AND REMITS AC: HASS
Your web browser (Safari 7) is out of date. For more security, comfort and Activityengage the best experience on this site: Update your browser Ignore Introduction to GIS What is a geographic information
Rural Sociology (RU_SOC) 1 Rural Sociology (RU_SOC) RU_SOC 1000: Rural Sociology Introduction to basic concepts and principles of sociology with a focus on rural populations and places. The course explores
CORNELL NOTES Directions: You must create a minimum of 5 questions in this column per page (average). Use these to study your notes and prepare for tests and quizzes. Notes will be stamped after each assigned
7. 10. 2 0 08 Identifying Megaregions in the US: Implications for Infrastructure Investment Dr. Myungje Woo Dr. Catherine L. Ross Jason Barringer Harry West Jessica Lynn Harbour Doyle Center for Quality
Key Question How are rocks and minerals weathered? Learning Goals sort examples of weathering into categories of biological, chemical, and physical; observe and describe physical and chemical changes in
CHAPTER 13 1 Earth s Oceans SECTION Exploring the Oceans BEFORE YOU READ After you read this section, you should be able to answer these questions: What affects the salinity of ocean water? What affects
Europe, Canada, Latin America, & Australia EUROPE SS6G8 The student will locate selected features of Europe. a. Locate on a world and regional political- physical map: the Danube River, Rhine River, English
70 A Picture Tells a Story Write each sentence correctly. Then circle the type of sentence it is. Language Arts Types of sentences is the skateboard in the closet statement question exclamation command
Title: Precipitation Patterns across the Globe NSF GK-12 Fellow: Terry Legg Type of Lesson: STEM Grade Level(s): 4 th - 7 th grade This activity can be tailored to older, more advanced students by having
INFS 321 Information Sources Session 7 Geographical Sources Lecturer: Prof. Perpetua S. Dadzie, DIS Contact Information: email@example.com College of Education School of Continuing and Distance Education
` Weather FActors P: Analyze weather Q: What are the factors that cause weather? May 8 4:15 PM Analyzing AIR MASSES & THEIR MOVEMENT Read and take notes... Using pages 72-79: (IN YOUR JOURNAL!) - Identify
22 cities with at least 10 million people See map for cities with red dots Seven of these are in LDC s, more in future Fastest growing, high natural increase rates, loss of farming jobs and resulting migration
AP Human Geography Syllabus firstname.lastname@example.org Office hours 7:30-3:30 Instructor: Ms. Wiles INTRODUCTION: The Advanced Placement course in geography gives students the opportunity to earn
Erosion and Deposition The Erosion-Deposition Process What do you think? Read the two statements below and decide whether you agree or disagree with them. Place an A in the Before column if you agree with
Instructional Sequence/Procedure (Req.): 1. Review or introduce the idea of region. The most important idea to stress is that a region is a place or places that have similar physical or human characteristics.
After completing the Orientation Overview exercises, you now know what this course is going to be about. You know what the course is going to cover. Physical 1 is a fundamental introductory overview course
Globalization: The Example of Dubai What is Globalization? Globalization: is the trend toward greater interconnectedness of the world s financial, economic, technological, political, cultural, sociological,
Introduction This planning pack has been produced by EMTAS (Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service) within Gateshead Council. The team had been actively involved in fostering links and partnerships
Paper Two - Optional Themes for Standard and Higher Level Timing: Approximately 40 minutes for each question (each is worth 20 marks). Choice: Higher Level candidates must answer three questions and Standard
AP Human Geography AP EXAM Free Response Questions and Possible Future Questions FRQ Exam Questions: Population & Migration 2003- European Migration and Demographic Transition Model 2004- Population Pyramids
Once upon a time in Tallinn Secret Library youth exchange 12-21 March 2015 Dear Participant, Thank you for the interest to the youth exchange Secret Library and congratulations on being selected to take
Geography of Energy in the higher education the point of view of young geographers Vita Valiūnaitė Department of Geography and Land Management, Vilnius University, M.K. Čiurlionio g. 21/27, LT-03101 Vilnius,
Your web browser (Safari 7) is out of date. For more security, comfort and the best experience on this site: Update your browser Ignore Activityengage O CEAN AND SEA BO RDERS Who has the rights to valuable
Colquitt County Schools Year at a Glance - Kindergarten Purpose of National Holidays, People, or Events Celebrated Classifying and Composition, Motion, and Gravity Let s Make Friends/Amazing Friendships
1st Semester Social Studies - Sixth Grade 2nd Semester Latin America / Caribbean Cananda Australia Europe Intro Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 Unit 7 Unit 8 Unit 9 Unit 10 Unit 11 Connecting
World Geography Test Pack WALCH PUBLISHING Table of Contents To the Teacher......... v Testing Students Who Do Not Test Well....... vi Test-Taking Strategies for Power Basics........ vii Pretest.......
Emergency Preparedness: Tornado Safety The Minnesota Literacy Council created this curriculum with funding from ECHO (Emergency, Community, Health, and Outreach) and the City of Minneapolis Health Department.
HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY ILS 504-70 Fall 2010 Dr. Clara Ogbaa Geographical Sources Lab Lucinda D. Mazza 11/13/2010 GEOGRAPHICAL SOURCES LAB 2 Geographical Sources Lab The purpose of this assignment is to
Marine Spatial Planning as an important tool for implementing the MSFD Risto Kalliola Tallinn, Nov. 16 th 2012 DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY University of Turku, Finland Ten principles to provide
Task Analysis Subject: 5 th Science Goal: 1 The learner will conduct investigations to build an understanding of the interdependence of plants and animals. OBJECTIVE 1.01 Describe and compare several common
Geology 101 Lab Worksheet: Topographic Maps Name: Refer to the Topographic Maps Lab for the information you need to complete this worksheet (http://commons.wvc.edu/rdawes/g101ocl/labs/topomapslab.html).
Chapter 1 The Rain Gauge On top of a No Parking sign outside Centennial Middle School in Boulder, Colorado, there is a plastic cylinder. Inside the cylinder is a smaller cylinder with a funnel at the top.