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The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
The 5  Themes Of  Geography  P P  Final
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The 5 Themes Of Geography P P Final

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These slides are for students learning about the 5 themes of geography: location, place, movement, human-environment interaction, and regions.

These slides are for students learning about the 5 themes of geography: location, place, movement, human-environment interaction, and regions.

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  • 1. The 5 Themes of Geography<br />Objective: Students will be able to understand & apply the 5 themes of geography to actual locations of their choice<br />
  • 2. What is the location of a place?<br />Location can be described as a places position on the globe<br />1. Location<br />
  • 3. <ul><li>Latitude: imaginary lines running parallel to the Equator
  • 4. Longitude: imaginary lines running north and south </li></ul> between the poles<br />
  • 5. Latitude<br /> The Equator is the imaginary line that splits the earth into 2 equal halves, or hemispheres between the north and south poles<br />
  • 6. North Pole 0 ̊N<br />("World atlas.com," 2010) <br />South Pole 0 ̊S<br />
  • 7. Longitude<br />Prime Meridian=0 ̊<br />through Greenwich, England <br /> Longitude lines, or meridians, run north and south between the poles<br />Lines are measured east and west of Greenwich up to 180 ̊<br />
  • 8. ("Port cities london," 2004) <br />(Gough, 2009) <br />
  • 9. What is the character of a place?<br />2. Place<br />Every place has features that distinguish it from other places<br />Such as…?<br />
  • 10. Physical Characteristics<br />Mountains, Climate, & Vegetation<br />
  • 11. Human Characteristics<br />Government Systems<br />Population, Language, &Culture<br />Economic Systems<br />
  • 12. How do people interact with their environment?<br />Have the people living in an area changed their environment?<br />3. Human-Environment Interaction<br />Cut down trees<br />Buildings<br />Build Roads<br />
  • 13. Destruction of Our Natural Resources…<br /> Forests<br /> Oceans<br />What are some of the consequences of change?<br />("The Role of," ) <br />
  • 14. Progress & Innovation…<br /> Roads<br /> Buildings<br /> Efficiency <br />("Daily haha," 2007)<br />(Turner, 2007) <br />(Sharp, 2008) <br />
  • 15. How do people, goods, & ideas move from place to place?<br />Transportation<br />Railroad<br />Roads, Highways<br />Airports<br />4. Movement<br />
  • 16. <ul><li>Communication of ideas
  • 17. Computers
  • 18. Telephones/cell phones
  • 19. All of these things make it easier to communicate & for both people & goods to travel from one place to another</li></li></ul><li>How are places similar & different from one another?<br />A Group of Places<br /> 1 Common Characteristic<br /> A REGION<br />5. Regions<br />
  • 20. Formal Regions<br />-states, countries, cities<br />-Places with specific boundaries<br />Functional Regions <br />-one central place and the surrounding places affected by it<br />-A metropolitan area could consist of a large city plus its surrounding suburbs<br />
  • 21. Formal Map - Political<br />
  • 22. http://www.nhj.k12.in.us/teachers/jskobel/fivethemes/index.htm<br />http://geographyworldonline.com/quiz.html<br />http://quizlet.com/343360/five-themes-of-geography-flash-cards/<br />Some Fun Geography Quizzes & Activities<br />
  • 23. Baerwald, T.J., & Fraser, C. (1998). World geography: building a global perspective. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.. <br />Daily haha. (2007, February 25). Retrieved from http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.dailyhaha.com/_pics/Los_angeles_highways.htm<br />Gough, A. (2009). Andrew gough's arcadia. Retrieved from andrewgough.co.uk/Prime-Meridian.jpg <br />Outline world map images. (2009). Retrieved from www.outline-world-map.com/map-images-original... <br />Port cities london. (2004). Retrieved from www.portcities.org.uk/london/upload/img_400/G... <br />Sharp, Ryan. (2008, May 15). Transit miami. Retrieved from www.prnewswire.com/.../27862-hi-traffic.jpg <br />The Role of forests in water production. (n.d.). Retrieved from www.water-sos.org/images/forests.jpg <br />Turner, Dawn. (2007, November 14). The Daily recruiter. Retrieved from http://www.thedailyrecruiter.com/the-daily-recruiter-blog/think-outsourcing-is-a-new-problem-they-did-in-the-1800s-too.html<br />World atlas.com. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.worldatlas.com/aatlas/imageg.htm <br />References<br />

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