Maps and Globes Jeopardy Grade 4Presentation Transcript
Welcome to Jeopardy!
Round 1 Final Jeopardy CATS Maroon STEEL
What is? 1 Where is? 2 Which is? 3 Why is? 5 What does? 6 When are? 7 Which did? 8 Why did? 9 What can? 10 Where can? 11 Which can? 12 Why can? 13 What could? 14 Where would? 15 Which would? 16 Why would? 17 What will? 18 Where will? 19 Which will? 20 Why will? 21 Scores
What is a part of a map that shows direction?
1 Compass Rose Scores
What two hemispheres does the equator divide the earth?
7 The northern and the southern. Scores
What can give you information about the meaning of the map symbols?
13 The map key. Scores
What could you bring if you are going on vacation in the tropical zone?
19 Swimsuit, towel, shorts, t-shirt, etc. Scores
What will you need for an expedition to the South Pole?
25 Snowsuit, gloves, hat, anything to keep you warm! Scores
Where is 0 degrees latitude?
2 At the equator Scores
When are we turned completely away from the sun?
8 At midnight. Scores
Where are the tropics?
14 In the area between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. Scores
Where are the polar regions?
20 North of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle. Scores
Where is Pennsylvania? (What climate zone?)
26 In the temperate zone. Scores
Which is a special line of latitude? (The Antarctic Circle or the Prime Meridian)
3 The Antarctic Circle Scores
Which meridian is located at 0 degrees longitude?
9 The Prime Meridian Scores
Which direction are you traveling if you go to South America?
15 South. Scores
Which type of direction is “ Southwest”?
21 An intermediate direction. Scores
Which ocean is located closest to us?
27 The Atlantic Ocean. Scores
Why do we have seasons?
5 Because of the revolution of the earth. Scores
Why is one day equal to 24 hours?
11 Because that is how long takes for the earth to rotate one time. Scores
When are we completely facing the sun?
17 At noon. Scores
Why do we have a leap year every four years?
23 Because it takes the earth 365.25 days to revolve around the sun. Scores
Why are lines of latitudes also known as “parallels”?
29 Lines of latitude are parallel to one another. Scores