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Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
Georgia's Regions and Rivers ppt
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  • 1.  
  • 2. UNIT 2 Georgia Geography and the Prehistoric Period
    • UNIT 2 ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
    • How can I describe Georgia with regard to physical features and location?
  • 3. UNIT 2 GEOGRAPHY of GEORGIA
    • LOCATION
    • GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS
    • PHYSICAL FEATURES
  • 4. SS8G1a Locate Georgia in relation to region, nation, continent, and hemispheres. Concept: LOCATION
  • 5. The student will understand that location affects a society’s economy, culture, and development. Why are different places in the world very different from one another? How would you describe the location of Georgia to someone who lives in Saudi Arabia? Canada? California? LOCATION
  • 6. LOCATION OF GEORGIA
    • Essential Question #1:
    • Where in the world
    • is Georgia?
  • 7. Where in the World is Georgia?
    • Which hemispheres?
    • Which continent?
    • Which nation?
    • Which region?
  • 8. Georgia is in the Northern & Western hemispheres
  • 9. Georgia is on the North American continent
  • 10. Georgia is in the United States of America
  • 11. Georgia is in the Southeast region of the USA
  • 12.  
  • 13. How would you describe the location of Paulding County in the state of Georgia?
  • 14. How would you describe the location of Moses Middle School in Paulding County? MOSES
  • 15. SS8G1b Describe the five geographic regions of Georgia; include the Blue Ridge Mountains, Valley and Ridge, Appalachian Plateau, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain. Concept: LOCATION
  • 16. GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS OF GEORGIA
    • Essential Question #2:
    • Where are the five regions of Georgia, and how are they similar and different?
  • 17. What are the five geographic regions of Georgia?
    • - Appalachian Plateau
    • - Valley and Ridge
    • - Blue Ridge Mountains
    • - Piedmont
    • - Coastal Plains
  • 18. APPALACHIAN PLATEAU
    • Descriptions :
    • Georgia’s smallest region located in the northwest corner of the state
    • Part of the Appalachian Mountains
  • 19.
    • Descriptions :
    • Site of Lookout Mountain and Cloudland Canyon
    • Contains Georgia’s only coal deposits
    APPALACHIAN PLATEAU
  • 20. VALLEY and RIDGE
    • Description :
    • Located in northwest region of the state between Appalachian Plateau and Blue Ridge Mountains
    • Site of Chickamauga Valley and some Civil War battles
  • 21. VALLEY and RIDGE
    • Description :
    • Valleys are fertile for farming
    • Lots of hardwood and evergreen forests
  • 22. BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
    • Description :
    • Located in northeast corner of Georgia
    • Also part of the Appalachian Mountains
    • Site of Brasstown Bald – GA’s largest peak at 4,784 feet
  • 23. BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
    • Description :
    • Marble mineral resource makes Georgia famous
    • Corn & apples grown
    • A lot of precipitation due to high elevation – source of Savannah & Chattahoochee Rivers
    • 1 st Gold rush in America
  • 24. PIEDMONT
    • Description :
    • 2 nd largest region making up 1/3 of the land
    • Most populated region of Georgia
    • Rolling hills & farmland
    • Cotton production
  • 25. PIEDMONT
    • Description :
    • Site of Stone Mountain and Atlanta
    • Granite and kaolin mineral resources
    • Bordered to the south by the Fall Line
  • 26. COASTAL PLAINS
    • Description :
    • Once the bottom of the ocean floor – sandy soil in south, fertile soil in north
    • Flat landscape / navigable rivers
    • Saltwater wetlands along coast
    • Makes up 60% of the state
  • 27. COASTAL PLAINS
    • Description :
    • Site of Okefenokee Swamp & Barrier Islands
    • Bordered by the Fall Line to the north
    • Crops include peanuts, onions, & tobacco
    • Sparsely populated
  • 28. Look at the map key. Which color represents the high elevation of mountains? Which part of the state is highest in elevation? What direction do many of the rivers flow?
  • 29.  
  • 30. SS8G1c Locate and evaluate the importance of key physical features on the development of Georgia; include the Fall Line, Okefenokee Swamp, Appalachian Mountains, Chattahoochee and Savannah Rivers, and barrier islands. Concept: LOCATION
  • 31. PHYSICAL FEATURES OF GEORGIA
    • Essential Question #3:
    • Where in the state of Georgia are you able to find the Fall Line, Okefenokee swamp, Appalachian Mountains, Chattahoochee and Savanna Rivers, and the barrier islands?
  • 32. What are some of the physical features of Georgia? Appalachian Mtns Savannah River Fall Line Okefenokee Swamp Barrier Islands Chattahoochee River
  • 33. What and here is the FALL LINE?
    • Natural boundary that separates the Piedmont and Coastal Plains regions
  • 34.
    • Zone several miles wide marking prehistoric ocean shoreline
    • Augusta, Macon, & Columbus were built along Fall Line
    What and where is the FALL LINE?
  • 35. What and where is the OKEFENOKEE SWAMP?
    • Georgia’s largest freshwater wetland
  • 36. What and where is the OKEFENOKEE SWAMP?
    • Rich ecosystem with over 1,100 species of plants and animals
    • Okefenokee comes from the Seminoles meaning, "Land of Trembling Earth"
  • 37. What and where are the APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS?
    • Located in the northern three regions of Georgia (Appalachian Plateau, Ridge & Valley, and Blue Ridge Mountains)
    • Are the oldest mountains in North America
  • 38. What and where are the APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS?
    • Receives the most precipitation in the state due to higher elevations
    • Starting point of many of Georgia’s rivers
    • Site of famous Appalachian Trail
  • 39. What and where is the CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER?
    • Forms a boundary line between Georgia and Alabama
    • Starts in the Blue Ridge region and flows into the Gulf of Mexico
  • 40. What and where is the CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER?
    • Water is used for farming, business, and drinking supply
  • 41. What and where is the SAVANNAH RIVER?
    • Forms a boundary between Georgia and South Carolina
    • Starts in the Appalachian Mtns and flows into the Atlantic Ocean
  • 42. What and where is the SAVANNAH RIVER?
    • Generates hydroelectric power
    • Navigable for shipping
  • 43. What and where are the BARRIER ISLANDS?
    • Site of Jekyll, Cumberland, Tybee, St. Simons, and many other islands
    • Freshwater rivers meet the salt water of the ocean at estuaries
  • 44. What and where are the BARRIER ISLANDS?
    • Saltwater wetlands along coast are vital to the food chain
    • Provide protection from storms & waves
    • Site of Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway
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