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Comparing Mexico to Venezuela and Brazil to Cuba SS6G3

Comparing Mexico to Venezuela and Brazil to Cuba SS6G3

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  • 1. Name: _______________________________ Date: ________________________ Segment: ____________ Compare Mexico v. Venezuela Mexico Venezuela Location (Where is it located?) Climate/Weather Natural Resources Physical Characteristics (What does the landscape/geography look like?) Population Distribution (Where does most of the population live?) How do these factors affect where people live, how they live, how they trade, and what jobs they will do?
  • 2. Compare Brazil v. Cuba Brazil Cuba Location (Where is it located?) Climate/Weather Natural Resources Physical Characteristics (What does the landscape/geography look like?) Population Distribution (Where does most of the population live?) How do these factors affect where people live, how they live, how they trade, and what jobs they will do? SS6G3 The student will explain the impact of location, climate, physical characteristics, natural resources, and population distribution on Latin America and the Caribbean. a. Compare how the location, climate, and natural resources of Mexico (begins on pg 190 in textbook) and Venezuela (begins on pg 242) affect where people live and how they live. Country profiles on pgs 186-187. b. Compare how the location, climate, and natural resources of Brazil (begins on pg 232 in textbook) and Cuba (pgs 219-222) affect where people live and how they trade. Country profiles on pgs 184-185.