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  • 1.
    • Ms. Baum’s Social Studies Class
    July 19, 2010
  • 2. July 19 th Openers
    • Lines of latitude run _______ to ________
        • A) East to West
        • B) North or South
    • Lines of longitude run _______ to ________
        • A) East to West
        • B) North to South
    • The Equator separates the world into the ________ and _________ hemispheres
        • A) Eastern and Western
        • B) Northern and Southern
    • The Prime Meridian separates the world into the _________ and __________ hemispheres
        • A) Eastern and Western
        • B) Northern and Southern
  • 3. July 19 th Opener Answers
    • Lines of latitude run _______ to ________
        • A) East to West
        • B) North or South
    • Lines of longitude run _______ to ________
        • A) East to West
        • B) North to South
    • The Equator separates the world into the ________ and _________ hemispheres
        • A) Eastern and Western
        • B) Northern and Southern
    • The Prime Meridian separates the world into the _________ and __________ hemispheres
        • A) Eastern and Western
        • B) Northern and Southern
  • 4. Latitude and Longitude HW Answers:
    • A) 50 degrees N, 0 degrees
    • B) 50 degrees N, 30 degrees E
    • C) 30 degrees N, 45 degrees W
    • D) 30 degrees N, 15 degrees W
    • E) 30 degrees N, 15 degrees E
    • F) 10 degrees N, 30 degrees W
    • G) 10 degrees N, 0 degrees
    • H) 0 degrees, 0 degrees
    • I) 0 degrees, 45 degrees W
    • J) 0 degrees, 30 degrees E
    • K) 10 degrees S, 30 degrees W
    • L) 10 degrees S, 30 degrees E
    • M) 10 degrees S, 60 degrees E
    • N) 20 degrees S, 45 degrees W
  • 5. Current Events
    • Any Questions???
    • Due Friday
    • Monday: 1 st and 2 nd period can come during lunch for help
    • Wednesday: 6 th and 7 th period can come during lunch for help
  • 6. Review
    • What are the seven continents?
    • What are the four oceans?
    • What are the five themes of geography?
    • Why were the five themes of geography created?
    • What is the difference between relative location and absolute location? Explain
  • 7. Place
    • On your 5 themes of Geography note sheet write the following information
    • Place is defined as an area that has features that distinguish them from other places. Places are unique.
    • Place describes the human and physical characteristics of a location.
  • 8. Physical Characteristics of Place
    • Physical characteristics of place include: mountains, rivers, landforms, climate, animal life, plant life etc.
  • 9. Human Characteristics of Place:
    • Human characteristics of place include languages spoken, religion, government etc.
  • 10. Critical Thinking
    • What is the difference between location and place?
  • 11. Activity
    • Get out a sheet of notebook paper.
    • Write your name, date and class period on it
    • Write your home address on the top of the paper
    • Under your address, write at least 5 sentences that describe your home.
      • What does your house look like?
      • Do you have any pets?
      • What does your room look like?
      • Do you have a basketball goal in your driveway?
  • 12. Activity
    • The purpose of this activity was to understand the difference between location and place.
    • The absolute location of your home is found through your address. The place characteristics of your home are found through your descriptions.