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  • 1. Bellringer: 09/20/2012Q: What is geography?A: The study of the physical features of the earth and of human activity on the earth
  • 2. A. The Five Skills of GeographyI. Ask Geographic QuestionsII. Acquire Geographic InformationIII. Arrange Geographic InformationIV. Analyze Geographic InformationV. Answer Geographic Questions
  • 3. B. LocationI. describes its location (where it is)II. absolute vs. relative location I. absolute – pinpoint using latitude and longitude (could also use street signs, names, ect) II. relative – where a place is by describing places near it (mountain/ocean)
  • 4. C. PlaceI. a location’s physical and human characteristicsII. examples – climate, land features, population, occupations, culture, etc…
  • 5. landscape
  • 6. climate
  • 7. climate
  • 8. people
  • 9. D. Human-Environment InteractionI. how people affect the environmentII. how the environment affects people
  • 10. E. MovementI. how people, goods, and ideas get from one place to anotherII. relationship among places
  • 11. F. RegionsI. a region has a unifying characteristic such as climate, land, population or history I. Formal Region- defined by a common characteristic II. Functional Region- defined by a central place and its surrounding area III. Perceptual Region- defined by feelings and images
  • 12. Remembering the 5 themesIf you can’t remembering what they are just ask MR. HELP!!!  M – Movement  R – Regions  HE – Human Environment interaction  L – Location  P - Place

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