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Bell Work Sept.

7th
Set up the Monday section of your bell work sheet like this:

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7.

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8.

3.

9.

4.

10.

5.

11.

6.

12.

Practice quiz: Can you identify


the 5 Themes of Geography?

1.Using a car or a
bicycle

2. Latitude 10.9 degrees


north, longitude 75 degrees
west

3. Continents and
hemispheres

4. Whats it like?

5.Comparing
Colombian culture
to Spanish culture

6. climate and
vegetation

7.Using a map

8.Ways of living

9.Common
characteristics, such
as the same climate

10.Going to college
in Spain

11. Irrigating crops

12. A religion
becoming

1.Using a car or a
bicycle
MOVEMENT

2. Latitude 10.9 degrees


north, longitude 75 degrees
west
LOCATION

3. Continents and
hemispheres
REGION

4. Whats it like?
PLACE

5.Comparing
Colombian culture
to Spanish culture
REGION (because you are comparing human characteristics
between 2 places)

6. climate and
vegetation
PLACE
Or
REGION (IF you are comparing between 2 places)

7.Using a map
LOCATION

8.Ways of living
HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION

9.Common
characteristics, such
as the same climate
REGION

10.Going to college
in Spain
MOVEMENT

11. Irrigating crops


HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION

12. A religion
becoming popular
MOVEMENT

Quiz tomorrow!
What should you study to prepare?

Maps and mapping vocabulary


What are the map features we studied and what are they
for?
Why do historians study maps?
What do different types of maps show? Give examples
The Five Themes of Geography
What are they?
Why do geographers use them?
What are some examples from your life?

Mini-Quiz: the vocabulary of MAPS

1. A model of Earth that is shown


on a sphere is called a
____globe__________

2.North, south, east and west


are called the
__cardinal___ directions

3. When we measure distances


north and south, we use lines of
_______latitude__________
*also called parallels
4. These lines measure the
distance from the
_equator____

5. The imaginary lines that we


use to measure distances
east and west of the Prime
Meridian are called lines of
___longitude_____
*also called meridians

6.

1:24,000,000
or
1cm= 240km
is an example of
__scale___

7. When we divide the globe in


half, each half is called a
___hemisphere______

8. The part of a map that


explains a maps symbols, lines
and colors is the
__legend__

9. This is called a
__compass rose_____

10. What type of map is this?


___political_____

*it shows
human-made features

11. What type of map is this?


___physical_____

*it shows
natural
features

12. What type of map is this?


___thematic____

*it shows a particular topic or theme

QUICK Bell Work /Review - Tuesday


1. A 2 dimensional representation of Earth is called a
___________
2. A map showing natural features such as mountain ranges
and rivers is a ______________ map.
3. Lines of latitude are used to measure distances
_________ and ___________ of the Equator (0 degrees)
4. The 5 Themes of Geography give us 5 ___________ to
look at the world.
5. The plant life of a place is called its _______________

Warm up Globe tossing


Gently throw the globe to a classmate.
When you catch it, you must say something about the
place where you RIGHT HAND is
Continent?
Ocean?
Hemisphere?
Latitude or longitude?
Any other geographic comment
*If you are stuck, the person to your right (your right hand
man!) can help you
Pass it on!

GEOGRAPHY QUIZ
During this quiz, please:
Work SILENTLY.
Raise your hand if you have a question
Do your best and neatest work!
(in pencil, blue or black pen)

*Oops, there is a mistake! #6 in section C should say landform


When you are finished, put it inside your desk and relax or try the
bonus. Stay at your desk!
You do not need to tell me you have finished or hand it in. I will collect
it when everyone has finished