Chapter3 Review Jeopardy

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This is a PowerPoint whole-class review game about population and culture.

This is a PowerPoint whole-class review game about population and culture.

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  • 2. 2 points 3 points 4 points 5 points 6 points 7 points 7 points 6 points 5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 2 points 3 points 4 points 5 points 6 points 7 points 7 points 6 points 5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 2 points 3 points 4 points 5 points 6 points 7 points Final Round : Double Jeopardy Question Team 2 : Team 1 : Vocabulary World Map Critical Thinking Population Density Map Concepts and Skills
  • 3. Vocabulary: 2 Points Stop! Time’s Up! Team 1, The Question Is : What is “rural?” The Answer Is : It means “countryside,” or, in other words, “the opposite of urban.”
  • 4. Vocabulary: 3 Points Stop! Time’s Up! Team 1, The Question Is : What is “cultural hearth?” The Answer Is : It means “refers to a place where important ideas begin and from which they spread to surrounding cultures.”
  • 5. Vocabulary: 4 Points Stop! Time’s Up! Team 1, The Question Is : What is “culture?” The Answer Is : It means “beliefs and actions that define a group of people’s way of life.”
  • 6. Vocabulary: 5 Points Stop! Time’s Up! Team 1, The Question Is : What is a “market economy?” The Answer Is : It means “economic system in which means of production and distribution are privately owned and operated for profit.”
  • 7. Vocabulary: 6 Points Stop! Time’s Up! Team 1, The Question Is : What is a “unitary system?” The Answer Is : It means “political system in which a central government makes laws for an entire nation.”
  • 8. Vocabulary: 7 Points Stop! Time’s Up! Team 1, The Question Is : What is a “dictatorship?” The Answer Is : It means “type of government in which rulers often gain and keep power by military force.”
  • 9. World Map: 2 Points Identify the city. Click the thumb tack to see the answer. New York Stop! Time’s Up!
  • 10. World Map: 3 Points Identify the city. Click the thumb tack to see the answer. Sydney Stop! Time’s Up!
  • 11. World Map: 4 Points Identify the city. Click the thumb tack to see the answer. Beijing Stop! Time’s Up!
  • 12. World Map: 5 Points Identify the city. Click the thumb tack to see the answer. Mumbai (Bombay) Stop! Time’s Up!
  • 13. World Map: 6 Points Identify the city. Click the thumb tack to see the answer. Nairobi Stop! Time’s Up!
  • 14. World Map: 7 Points Identify the city. Click the thumb tack to see the answer. Buenos Aires Stop! Time’s Up!
  • 15. Critical Thinking: 2 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : How are these two government types different – authoritarian government and democracy. The Answer Is : They are different because one allows decisions to be made by the central government, and the other will take the decisions to the people so they can vote.
  • 16. Critical Thinking: 3 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : How is the concept shown in this image an example of cultural divergence? The Answer Is : The concept shown in this picture is an example of this because they do not believe in allowing outside influences to affect their ways of life and ideas.
  • 17. Critical Thinking: 4 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : How is the United States a large-scale example of cultural convergence? The Answer Is : It is an example of this concept because the culture of the United States is a mix of the cultural traits of the Native Americans, , the Europeans, Africans, Asians, and others who migrated to the US.
  • 18. Critical Thinking: 5 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : What are some possible effects of world population growth? The Answer Is : Some possible effects are: increase in famine and disease, natural resource depletion, and increases in levels of technology and creativity.
  • 19. Critical Thinking: 6 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : How did geographic factors help Great Britain to control territory around the World? The Answer Is : This country was able to do this because it was an island nation with easy access to travel and trade. It also had large supplies of coal and iron.
  • 20. Critical Thinking: 7 Points Stop! Time’s Up! Team 1, The Question Is : How has physical landscape influenced human settlement? The Answer Is : This aspect of the planet causes most people to live in places where the soil is reasonably fertile, the water supply sufficient, and the climate mild enough to grow crops. It also causes people to avoid harsh environments.”
  • 21. Population Density: 2 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : How is population density measured? The Answer Is : By the square mile, or by the square kilometer.
  • 22. Population Density: 3 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : What is the lowest population density shown on this map? The Answer Is : It shows as 0-50 people per square kilometer.
  • 23. Population Density: 4 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : What is the highest population density shown on this map? The Answer Is : It shows as more than 900 people per square kilometer.
  • 24. Population Density: 5 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : What areas have the lowest population density? The Answer Is : The areas are: Xinjiang, Tibet, Quinghai, and Inner Mongolia.
  • 25. Population Density: 6 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : What areas have the highest population density? The Answer Is : The areas are: Hong Kong, Macau, and Shanghai.
  • 26. Population Density: 7 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : Why do Shanghai, Macau, and Hong Kong have the highest population densities? The Answer Is : All three areas are on the ocean, so they have easy access to trade, travel, and even a food source.
  • 27. Concepts & Skills: 2 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : What is an example of “cultural hearth?” The Answer Is : An example of this concept is the influence of ancient China on most of East Asia.
  • 28. Concepts & Skills: 3 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : What are two main causes for conflicts between nations? The Answer Is : Since before the Middle Ages, territory and religion are the two main causes of this recurring event.
  • 29. Concepts & Skills: 4 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : What must an area have to be identified as a country? The Answer Is : For this to happen, an area must have a clearly defined territory, population, and a sovereign government.
  • 30. Concepts & Skills: 5 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : What are some examples of diffusion? The Answer Is : Examples of this concept are: the spread of Christianity from Europe to the Americans, the introduction of horses to the Americas by the Spanish, and bringing movies made in the United States to a worldwide audience.
  • 31. Concepts & Skills: 6 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : Why has Poland had trouble maintaining its sovereignty? The Answer Is : Poland has had a problem maintaining this because it lacks natural borders that can help it defend against outside invasion.
  • 32. Concepts & Skills: 7 Points Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : How can an economy be classified as purely capitalist? The Answer Is : It can be classified as this kind of economy if a government takes not part in any part of the economy. Only private companies decide what to sell, when to sell it, how much to sell it for, etc.
  • 33. Stop! Time’s Up! The Question Is : Why might some countries be against the ideas of cultural convergence and diffusion? The Answer Is : Countries may be against these two ideas because they want everything to remain the same, but more importantly, to stop the spread of radical ideas and lifestyles.