Lines on the Globe and Times Zones

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  • 1. Key =Capital City = River =Windmills =Airport
    • What tourist attraction is found on the map?
    • Why does nobody live in the Southeastern portion of this area?
    • In what type of job do you think most of the people in town D work in?
    • In what town do the occupants practice a clean form of energy production?
    • Why do you think that the people of this area chose Town E as their capital?
    • Name 3 types of transportation that is found in this area.
    =Ship Port = Helicopter Pad A B C D E F H =Oil Fields = Desert =Ancient Pyramid N S E W
  • 2. Lines on the Globe and Time Zones Created by Mr. Raponi
  • 3. The Major Line of Longitude
    • The main line of Longitude that runs through,
    • ________________, England is called the
    • _______________ and it divides the world into eastern and western hemispheres.
    • A Hemisphere is one half of the earth.
    Greenwich Prime Meridian
  • 4.  
  • 5.  
  • 6. Looking at Latitudes
    • The
    • _____________ is an imaginary line that circles the Earth at 0° latitude.
    • This is exactly halfway between the North Pole (90° North) and the South Pole (90° South)
    Equator
  • 7.  
  • 8.  
  • 9.  
  • 10.  
  • 11. The Equator
  • 12. Looking at Latitudes
    • The Northern boundary of the Tropics, which is
    • located at ___________ North is known as the
    • ___________________.
    • The Southern boundary of the Tropics, which is
    • located at ___________ South is known as the
    • ___________________.
    23 1/2 Tropic of Cancer 23 1/2 Tropic of Capricorn
  • 13. Arctic Circle 66 1/2 ° N Tropic of Cancer 23 1/2 ° N Equator 0 ° Tropic of Capricorn 23 1/2 ° S Antarctic Circle 66 1/2 ° S Prime Meridian 0 °
  • 14. “ I Can Eat Corn” Can = Tropic of CAN cer Eat = Equator Corn = Tropic of Capri CORN
  • 15. Climate Dealing With Latitude
    • The hottest points on the Earth are located directly on
    • the __________________, this is the closest point to the sun on the Earth.
    • The further away from the Equator that you travel, the colder the temperature becomes.
    • Example, the North Pole and South Pole are both tremendously cold as they are about as far away from the Equator as you could be.
    Equator
  • 16. Time Zones
    • The Earth has a circumference of
    • ____________ degrees and you are all aware that
    • there are ______ hours in a day.
    • So it is impossible for it to be the same time of day at every point on the Earth at the same time. This is where time zones come in.
    • In a Time Zone, every
    • ___________ degrees of
    • _________________ equals one hour.
    360 24 15 Longitude
  • 17. Brain Pop Video
    • Time Zones
  • 18. Time Zone II
    • For example, if your were hanging out in Peabody at 9 p.m. and wanted to call your friend Oleg who lives in Berlin, Germany, think about this.
    • Germany is 90 degrees east, making Germany
    • ___________________ time zones away, IT IS 3 A.M. IN GERMANY!!!!!, YOUR FRIEND IS PROBABLY SLEEPING, CALL HIM TOMORROW!!!!
    Six
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