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  1. 1. 1. Regions Of Pennsylvania A region is a large surface of land area that has some feature in common. 2. Atlantic Coastal Plain Delaware River and Philadelphia 3. Land Formation: Plain A plain is a flat land. They can be lower or higher in elevation. The Atlantic Coastal Plain ranges in elevation from sea level to a few hundred feet above sea level. There is rich soil for good crop production in this region. However, not much farming occurs because of the many buildings here. Philadelphia, which is in this region, is Pennsylvania’s largest city. 4. Climate: Philadelphia The average temperature in January is 31 ° F. The Average temp. in July is 76 ° F. The average rainfall is over 44 in. per year. Theaveragesnowfallis 15-30 in. per year. 5. Interesting Facts of This Region Location – This region is located in the southeastern part of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia is known as a port city. This is because ships can sail up the Delaware River from the Atlantic Ocean to import and export goods. This region was part of the ocean millions of years ago. 6. PiedmontAmish Country, Lancaster County 7. Land Formation: Gentle Rolling Hills A Piedmont is land that lies at the base of a mountain. This region has gentle rolling hills with elevations ranging from 100 to 600 feet above sea level. It has the longest growing season in Pennsylvania because of its milder climate. The city of Lancaster is in this region, which makes products that are sent around the country. This region contains many farms which are run by the Amish. Amish are people who farm without modern equipment because of their religious beliefs. 8. Climate: Reading Area The average temperature in January is 30 ° F. The average temp. in July is 74 ° F. The average yearly snowfall is between 15 and 30 in. Theaverageyearlyrainfallisabout 43 in. 9. Interesting Facts of This Region Location: In PA, the Piedmont starts just west of Philadelphia and extends northwest to Harrisburg. Within the Piedmont lies some of the best soil in the United States. Many different animals are raised and many different crops are grown here. Thisregioncontainsmanyfactoriesthatprocessfoods. 10. Ridge and Valley Perry County, south of Newport 11. Land Formation: Ridge & Valley A ridge consists of hills and mountains in a narrow chain. The elevation of the ridges in this region range from 800 to over 2,000 feet above seal level. A valley is the land, of a lower elevation, between two ridges. The soils in these valleys are excellent for grazing cattle and growing crops.
  2. 2. 12. Climate: State College Area The average temperature in January is 25 ° F. The average temp. in July is 71 ° F. The average. yearly snowfall is about 30 to 65 inches. The average. yearly rainfall can vary from 30 to 44 inches in different parts of this region 13. Interesting Facts of This Region Location: North west of the Piedmont Region. It is 100 miles wide. Each Ridge and Valley is given a separate name. The Great Valley runs the entire length of the Pennsylvania Ridge and Valley Region. The Allegheny Mountains, which are part of the Appalachian Mountains, are located on the western border of this region. 14. Allegheny Plateau Pennsylvania Grand Canyon 15. Land Formation: Plateau A plateau is defined as land that has a higher elevation than its surrounding area. The elevation of the plateaus in this region range from 800 to greater than 3,000 feet above sea level. In this region, there are many rivers, streams, and thick forests. The Pocono Mountains, one of the mountain chains in this region, reach to over 2,000 feet high. 16. Climate: Pittsburgh Area The average temperature in January is 26 ° F. The average temp. in July is 72 ° F. The average yearly snowfall is 30 to 65 inches. The average yearly rainfall ranges from less than 30 to over 44 inches. WyalusingRocks 17. Interesting Facts of This Region Location: West of the Ridge and Valley Region, but also curves around to cover the northeast part of the state. The area of this region is greater than half of the area of Pennsylvania. PA’s second largest city, Pittsburgh, is located in this region. Mt. Davis, which is in the south western part of the Allegheny Plateau, rises to over 3,000 feet. Thisisthehighestpoint in PA. 18. Erie Plain Sunset over Lake Erie 19. Land Formation: Plain Once again, a plain is a flat land with lower or higher elevations. The Erie Plain, while flat, is over 700 feet above sea level. The Erie Plain borders Lake Erie, which is one of the Great Lakes. The city of Erie is a port city because goods can be imported and exported along the Great Lakes. 20. Climate: Erie Area The average temperature in January is 24 ° F. The average temp. in July is 69 ° F. The average yearly snowfall is about 65 to 100 inches. Theaverageyearlyrainfallisover 44 inches. 21. Interesting Facts of This Region Location: The Erie Region is in the northwestern part of Pennsylvania. At one point in time, this plain was part of Lake Erie. Near the center of this plain lies Pennsylvania’s third largest city, Erie. Due to its location near Lake Erie, this area is in a snowbelt region. Snowbelt regions get a lot of snow in the winter since they are by a lake.
  3. 3. 22. The 5 Regions of Pennsylvania 23. State Symbols State Seal State Flower - Mountain Laurel State Fish – Brook Trout State Flower Mountain Laurel State Coat of Arms FollowusonLinkedIn FollowusonTwitter Finduson Facebook Finduson Google+ Barra de herramientas de marcadores Más visitados ConectarIgualdad Facebook Google Regions Of Pennsylvania goglee - Bing Regions Of Pennsylvania verpelisvk - Buscar con Google Comenzar a usar Firefox Últimas noticias La discriminación en las escuelas: el 'por qué' de los suicidios LGBT Las víctimas de acoso escolar que son lesbianas, gays o bisexuales se plantean el suicidio tres veces más que quienes son heterosexuales [12/12/2013] Tras 8 años de la ley de matrimonio igualitario se hacía necesario dar cuenta de los cambios en la percepción de la diversidad sexual en las aulas. “Diversidad y convivencia en los centros educativos” aborda esta cuestión y la analiza en comparación con otros motivos de discriminación hacia estudiantes y docentes, como el aspecto físico, la higiene, la orientación sexual o los roles de género. El informe ha sido llevado a cabo por un equipo de investigación de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, dirigido por José Ignacio Pichardo. Con la colaboración de FELGTB y Google, se han recopilado más de 3.500 cuestionarios de estudiantes y docentes de secundaria, bachillerato y
  4. 4. formación profesional y casi medio centenar de talleres en todos los niveles de educación infantil y primaria en los que participaron casi mil niñas y niños. Más de la mitad de quienes sufren acoso en las aulas son víctimas de sus compañeros varones (52,65%) o de ambos sexos (38,10%) y las burlas o insultos se producen entre clases (46,27%), durante las clases (41,19%) o en el patio (39,57%) aunque también fuera de los centros. Internet es espacio de bullying en el 14,43% y el teléfono móvil en el 7,72%. Según el profesorado, el principal motivo de insulto se da cuando un chico se sale de los roles de género o “se comporte como una chica”, seguido por cuestiones de higiene, o ser o parecer lesbiana, gay o bisexual (LGB). Según el alumnado, sin embargo, la homofobia es la segunda razón de burla y exclusión, encabezada por no ajustarse a los cánones de belleza. En infantil y primaria los insultos vienen del sobrepeso, la estatura o saltarse las normas de género. Dos de cada cinco estudiantes presencian constantemente o a menudo insultos como “bollera”, “maricón” o “marimacho”, el 46,8% ha sido testigo de exclusión a quienes creen LGTB, y casi 4 de cada 10 han escuchado alguna vez amenazas o expresiones de odio a este colectivo.
  5. 5. Quienes sufren acoso no toman ninguna medida en el 33,90% de los casos, y el 28,02% intenta hacer como si no se diera cuenta. Sin embargo un 15,53% intenta cambiar su conducta o preferencias, cambiar de colegio (13,44%) o de clase (10,53%). El suicidio es una posibilidad que se plantea el 5%, aunque si limitamos el análisis a quienes afirman no ser heterosexuales, el porcentaje sube a un 13%, tres veces más que el resto de víctimas. La actitud del profesorado que ha respondido al cuestionario (250 docentes) ha sido analizada también. Sólo la mitad afirma intervenir constantemente ante las situaciones de homofobia (50,8%): uno de cada tres docentes no sabe cómo actuar, el resto dice no sentirse respaldado o temer la reacción del alumnado (4,71%), equipo directivo (5,88%) o las familias (9,41%). La gran mayoría afirma no haber recibido ningún tipo de formación sobre diversidad sexual (60,4%) o no la suficiente (26%).

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