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  • Today In Social Studies *Continue Discussion on What Are Some Imporant Elements of the Regions of the United States * Create Region USA Map Homework: ?!!? 1
  • New Jersey State Quarter 2
  • Do Now In your notebook, answer this question: What is a Region? 3
  • Northeast Maine, NH, Vermont, MA, CT, RI, NY, NJ, DE, PA and Maryland What We Know 4
  • Northeast Maine, NH, Vermont, MA, CT, RI, NY, NJ, DE, PA and Maryland What We Know What we should know: 4
  • Northeast Maine, NH, Vermont, MA, CT, RI, NY, NJ, DE, PA and Maryland What We Know What we should know: Large cities (New York City and Philadelphia are in the top 10; Baltimore and Boston are in the top 25 by population) 4
  • Northeast Maine, NH, Vermont, MA, CT, RI, NY, NJ, DE, PA and Maryland What We Know What we should know: Large cities (New York City and Philadelphia are in the top 10; Baltimore and Boston are in the top 25 by population) 13 Colonies (long history) 4
  • Northeast Maine, NH, Vermont, MA, CT, RI, NY, NJ, DE, PA and Maryland What We Know What we should know: Large cities (New York City and Philadelphia are in the top 10; Baltimore and Boston are in the top 25 by population) 13 Colonies (long history) Diverse population 4
  • Northeast Maine, NH, Vermont, MA, CT, RI, NY, NJ, DE, PA and Maryland What We Know What we should know: Large cities (New York City and Philadelphia are in the top 10; Baltimore and Boston are in the top 25 by population) 13 Colonies (long history) Diverse population Borders oceans and Great Lakes 4
  • Northeast Maine, NH, Vermont, MA, CT, RI, NY, NJ, DE, PA and Maryland What We Know What we should know: Large cities (New York City and Philadelphia are in the top 10; Baltimore and Boston are in the top 25 by population) 13 Colonies (long history) Diverse population Borders oceans and Great Lakes Second smallest population of these five regions 4
  • Southeast Alabama, Arkansas, FL, GA, KY, Louisiana, Mississippi, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV What We Know 5
  • Southeast Alabama, Arkansas, FL, GA, KY, Louisiana, Mississippi, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV What We Know What we should know: 5
  • Southeast Alabama, Arkansas, FL, GA, KY, Louisiana, Mississippi, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV What We Know What we should know: Most states border the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River or the Ohio – No states are “land locked” 5
  • Southeast Alabama, Arkansas, FL, GA, KY, Louisiana, Mississippi, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV What We Know What we should know: Most states border the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River or the Ohio – No states are “land locked” Warm climate in most states 5
  • Southeast Alabama, Arkansas, FL, GA, KY, Louisiana, Mississippi, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV What We Know What we should know: Most states border the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River or the Ohio – No states are “land locked” Warm climate in most states Most states were established before the Civil War (in the early 1800s) 5
  • Southeast Alabama, Arkansas, FL, GA, KY, Louisiana, Mississippi, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV What We Know What we should know: Most states border the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River or the Ohio – No states are “land locked” Warm climate in most states Most states were established before the Civil War (in the early 1800s) No cities in the top 10 5
  • Southeast Alabama, Arkansas, FL, GA, KY, Louisiana, Mississippi, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV What We Know What we should know: Most states border the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River or the Ohio – No states are “land locked” Warm climate in most states Most states were established before the Civil War (in the early 1800s) No cities in the top 10 Large population in Florida and Georgia help make this region the second largest in population 5
  • Southeast Alabama, Arkansas, FL, GA, KY, Louisiana, Mississippi, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV What We Know What we should know: Most states border the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River or the Ohio – No states are “land locked” Warm climate in most states Most states were established before the Civil War (in the early 1800s) No cities in the top 10 Large population in Florida and Georgia help make this region the second largest in population Large African American population (LA, MS, AL, GA, SC are top 5 states in the country) 5
  • Midwest Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, KS, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI What We Know 6
  • Midwest Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, KS, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI What We Know What we should know: 6
  • Midwest Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, KS, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI What We Know What we should know: The states east of the Mississippi River also border the Great Lakes 6
  • Midwest Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, KS, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI What We Know What we should know: The states east of the Mississippi River also border the Great Lakes Most states were founded in the 1800s (no original 13 colonies) 6
  • Midwest Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, KS, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI What We Know What we should know: The states east of the Mississippi River also border the Great Lakes Most states were founded in the 1800s (no original 13 colonies) Kansas, Nebraska, ND, SD and Minnesota are all somewhat landlocked. 6
  • Midwest Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, KS, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI What We Know What we should know: The states east of the Mississippi River also border the Great Lakes Most states were founded in the 1800s (no original 13 colonies) Kansas, Nebraska, ND, SD and Minnesota are all somewhat landlocked. Chicago is in the top 10; Indianapolis, Detroit, Columbus and Milwaukee are in the top 25 6
  • Southwest Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas What We Know 7
  • Southwest Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas What We Know What we should know: 7
  • Southwest Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas What We Know What we should know: Three states border Mexico; OK is land-locked 7
  • Southwest Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas What We Know What we should know: Three states border Mexico; OK is land-locked Texas has 3 cities in the top 10 (Houston, Dallas, San Antonio); Phoenix is also in the top 10 7
  • Southwest Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas What We Know What we should know: Three states border Mexico; OK is land-locked Texas has 3 cities in the top 10 (Houston, Dallas, San Antonio); Phoenix is also in the top 10 Each state was founded in the late 1800s 7
  • Southwest Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas What We Know What we should know: Three states border Mexico; OK is land-locked Texas has 3 cities in the top 10 (Houston, Dallas, San Antonio); Phoenix is also in the top 10 Each state was founded in the late 1800s Oklahoma was originally a designated land for Native Americans so it has a high Native American population. AZ, NM and Texas are in the top 5 for Hispanic population 7
  • West Alaska, CA, CO, HI, ID, Montana, NV, Oregon, UT, Washington, Wyoming What We Know 8
  • West Alaska, CA, CO, HI, ID, Montana, NV, Oregon, UT, Washington, Wyoming What We Know What we should know: 8
  • West Alaska, CA, CO, HI, ID, Montana, NV, Oregon, UT, Washington, Wyoming What We Know What we should know: Largest population region (but three states are in the bottom 10; two states are in the bottom 20) 8
  • West Alaska, CA, CO, HI, ID, Montana, NV, Oregon, UT, Washington, Wyoming What We Know What we should know: Largest population region (but three states are in the bottom 10; two states are in the bottom 20) California has three cities in the top 10 (LA, SD and San Jose); SF and Seattle are in the top 25 8
  • West Alaska, CA, CO, HI, ID, Montana, NV, Oregon, UT, Washington, Wyoming What We Know What we should know: Largest population region (but three states are in the bottom 10; two states are in the bottom 20) California has three cities in the top 10 (LA, SD and San Jose); SF and Seattle are in the top 25 Most states were founded in the late 1800s or early 1900s 8
  • West Alaska, CA, CO, HI, ID, Montana, NV, Oregon, UT, Washington, Wyoming What We Know What we should know: Largest population region (but three states are in the bottom 10; two states are in the bottom 20) California has three cities in the top 10 (LA, SD and San Jose); SF and Seattle are in the top 25 Most states were founded in the late 1800s or early 1900s AK, CA, OR, WA and HI border the Pacific Ocean; UT, CO, NV, MT, WY are all land-locked 8
  • West Alaska, CA, CO, HI, ID, Montana, NV, Oregon, UT, Washington, Wyoming What We Know What we should know: Largest population region (but three states are in the bottom 10; two states are in the bottom 20) California has three cities in the top 10 (LA, SD and San Jose); SF and Seattle are in the top 25 Most states were founded in the late 1800s or early 1900s AK, CA, OR, WA and HI border the Pacific Ocean; UT, CO, NV, MT, WY are all land-locked California has a large Asian and Hispanic population (top 5 for both); Washington has a large Asian population 8
  • Region USA Map Top 10 Cities Shade each 1. New York Region 2. Los Angeles 3. Chicago Label the Top 10 4. Houston cities 5. Phoenix Create a key to 6. Philadelphia identify the 7. San Antonio regions 8. San Diego 9. Dallas 10.San Jose 9