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The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
The five themes of geography 2012
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  • 1. The Five Themes of Geography
  • 2. Location • Absolute –refers to global address or latitude and longitude –Litchfield: 45’N 94’W • Relative –refers to the relationship to other human and physical features on the landscape –North of Iowa
  • 3. Place • Identifies distinguishing human and physical characteristics – Human… • Culture – Language – Religion – Food – Agriculture – Physical… • Landforms • Mountains • Rivers
  • 4. Region • Combines places of similar characteristics –Cultural • English • Christian • Corn belt –Physical • Great Lakes • Rocky Mountains
  • 5. Human Environment Interaction • How do humans adapt to the environment • How do humans modify the environment • How do humans depend on the environment
  • 6. Movement • People, goods and ideas • Interactions both locally and globally

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