READ THIS SLIDE FIRST(This is a hidden slide and will not appear in the slide show)<br />This presentation requires Micros...
Latitude and Longitude<br />Using the Global Grid<br />
What are latitude and longitude?<br />Latitude and Longitude are imaginary lines that we use to identify places on a map o...
What are latitude and longitude?<br />You use latitude and longitude to say where something is, such as a city or a mounta...
Parallels of Latitude<br /><ul><li>Latitude measures angular distance North or South of the Earth’s Equator, in degrees, m...
Latitude is represented by horizontal lines on a map.
The Earth’s Equator is zero (0°) degrees latitude, the North Pole is 90 degrees North latitude, and the South Pole is 90 d...
Lines of Longitude<br /><ul><li>Longitude measures angular distance East and West, in degrees, minutes, and seconds.
Longitude is represented by vertical lines on a map.
Long ago, people agreed to use the line of longitude that runs through Greenwich, England, as zero degrees (0°). All other...
Lines of longitude are like sections ofan orange; they meet at the poles.</li></ul>Longitude lines meet at the North and S...
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Mouse mischief latitude and longitude

  1. 1. READ THIS SLIDE FIRST(This is a hidden slide and will not appear in the slide show)<br />This presentation requires Microsoft Mouse Mischief. <br />Mouse Mischief lets students use computer mice to answer questions and participate in activities teachers create in PowerPoint presentations.<br />To learn more, visit www.microsoft.com/mousemischief<br />Get Microsoft Mouse Mischief<br />1<br />Download and Install <br />Download and install the Mouse Mischief add-in. Copy and pastewww.microsoft.com/mousemischiefinto your browser window to visit the site.<br />2<br />Restart PowerPoint<br />After installation is complete, restart PowerPoint. <br />3<br />Create<br />Use the Mouse Mischief features on the Multiple-Mouse tab.<br />4<br />Play Slide Show<br />To play a multiple-mouse slide show (such as this file), click the Play Slide Show button. <br />The Microsoft® Mouse Mischief™ add-in works with Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 or Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007.<br />
  2. 2. Latitude and Longitude<br />Using the Global Grid<br />
  3. 3. What are latitude and longitude?<br />Latitude and Longitude are imaginary lines that we use to identify places on a map or a globe.<br />
  4. 4. What are latitude and longitude?<br />You use latitude and longitude to say where something is, such as a city or a mountain.<br />084W<br />086W<br />082W<br />088W<br />090W<br />46N<br />44N<br />42N<br />
  5. 5. Parallels of Latitude<br /><ul><li>Latitude measures angular distance North or South of the Earth’s Equator, in degrees, minutes, and seconds.
  6. 6. Latitude is represented by horizontal lines on a map.
  7. 7. The Earth’s Equator is zero (0°) degrees latitude, the North Pole is 90 degrees North latitude, and the South Pole is 90 degrees South latitude.</li></ul>North Pole: 90° North<br />Other parallels of latitude<br />Equator: 0°<br />
  8. 8. Lines of Longitude<br /><ul><li>Longitude measures angular distance East and West, in degrees, minutes, and seconds.
  9. 9. Longitude is represented by vertical lines on a map.
  10. 10. Long ago, people agreed to use the line of longitude that runs through Greenwich, England, as zero degrees (0°). All other lines of longitude are either East or West of 0°, and go to 180° in each direction.
  11. 11. Lines of longitude are like sections ofan orange; they meet at the poles.</li></ul>Longitude lines meet at the North and South poles<br />0° longitude<br />
  12. 12. What are the red lines on this map called?<br />Latitude<br />Longitude<br />
  13. 13. What are the red lines on this map called?<br />Latitude<br />Longitude<br />
  14. 14. What do we call 0° latitude?<br />North Pole<br />Equator<br />South Pole<br />
  15. 15. Through what city does 0° longitude pass?<br />Tokyo, Japan<br />New York, NY, USA<br />Greenwich, England<br />
  16. 16. On the map below, a mountain is located near 33°30’ North latitude and 133°00’ East longitude. The red dot shows where it is.<br />132E 00’<br />132E 30’<br />133E 30’<br />133E 00’<br />134E 00’<br />34°00’N<br />33°30’N<br />33°00’N<br />
  17. 17. On the map below, draw dots at these locations:<br />34° North latitude and 133° East longitude<br />33° North latitude and 133° East longitude<br />33°30’ North latitude and 132°30’ East longitude<br />132E 00’<br />132E 30’<br />133E 30’<br />133E 00’<br />134E 00’<br />34°00’N<br />33°30’N<br />33°00’N<br />

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