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  • 1. Lesson 1 and 2
    Review
  • 2. Easy Round
    The following slides are pictures from our previous discussions. Guess and describe the picture. (1 point each correct answer)
  • 3. Question no. 1
  • 4. Question no. 2
  • 5. Question no. 3
  • 6. Question no. 4
  • 7. Question no. 5
  • 8. Question no. 6
  • 9. Question no. 7
  • 10. Question no. 8
  • 11. Question no. 9
  • 12. Question no. 10
  • 13. Average Round
    Multiple Choice.
    Choose the letter of the correct answer. (2 points each correct answer)
  • 14. Question no. 1
    It was the _____ who made significant contributions in the field of geography and eventually developed the subject into science.
    Turks
    Greeks
    Spaniards
    Americans
  • 15. Question no. 2
    It is the type of monsoon that originates from Siberia and brings about low temperatures without much rainshowers. It is also known as amihan in the Philippines.
    Northeast monsoon
    Northwest monsoon
    Southeast monsoon
    Southwest monsoon
  • 16. Question no. 3
    It is the type monsoon that brings incessant rainshowers especially in the eastern shores of Southeast Asia.
    Northeast monsoon
    Northwest monsoon
    Southeast monsoon
    Southwest monsoon
  • 17. Question no. 4
    The largest and longest lake in the world.
    Taal Lake
    Black Sea
    Caspian Sea
    Lake Baikal
  • 18. Question no. 5
    It is an area in West Asia that supports farming, thus having a large population.
    Iranian Plateau
    Deccan Plateau
    Manong Plateau
    Anatolian Plateau
  • 19. Question no. 6
    The river in China which is also known as the river of sorrow.
    Huang Ho
    Xi Jiang
    Yangtze
    Pasig
  • 20. Question no. 7
    He is the father of Geography (and the father of History as well).
    Herodutus
    Justin Bieber
    Herodotus
    Jacob
  • 21. Question no. 8
    Small patches of fertile land located in deserts and characterized by an ample water
    Oases
    Boreal forests
    Tundra
    Taiga
  • 22. Question no. 9
    In Russia, _____ means marshy pine forest.
    Tundra
    Taiga
    Monsoon
    Oases
  • 23. Question no. 10
    It consists of fertile lands and sufficient supply of water in West Asia and it is where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers are located. It is also the cradle of the very first civilization in the history of humankind, Mesopotamia.
    Northern Tier
    Arabian Peninsula
    Fertile Crescent
    Gobi Desert
  • 24. Difficult Round
    Identification.
    Write the correct answer in your white boards. (3 points each correct answer)
  • 25. Question no. 1
    The term ______ is derived from the Arab mausim which means season.
  • 26. Question no. 2
    The important route used by traders and travelers alike as a gateway to India. It is situated in the Hindu Kush.
  • 27. Question no. 3
    The term Geography is derived from the Greek word ________.
  • 28. Question no. 4
    The Filipino term for the southwest monsoon that brings rainshowers.
  • 29. Question no. 5
    The term tundra comes from the Finnish word _____ which means treeless plain.
  • 30. Winners:
    1st place: +1 quiz; +6 recitation
    2nd place: + 5 recitation
    3rd place: + 3 recitation
    Everybody gets +2 recitation