2 The Physical Map of Colonial America Page 15The Physical Map of Colonial AmericaLesson 4
3 Lesson 4: The Physical Map of Colonial America 15ROBJECTIVE:I can locate the major physical features of colonial America.L14WARM-UPList as many of the physical features of eastern North America as you can.
4 How do you represent mountains on a map? Lesson 4: The Physical Map of Colonial America15RAttach the Physical Map of Colonial America.Notice there are NO mountains drawn on the map.How do you represent mountains on a map?
5 Locate and label the following Key Physical Features: Lesson 4: The Physical Map of Colonial AmericaLocate and label the following Key Physical Features:Appalachian MountainsAtlantic OceanDelaware RiverHudson RiverLake ErieLake HuronLake MichiganLake OntarioLake SuperiorOhio RiverOhio ValleySt. Lawrence (River)Create a Key on Page 14.Use pagesA-9,137, 134in Creating America.
6 4 10 9 2 6 8 7 1 3 12 11 5 5 - Appalachian Mountains Lesson 4: The Physical Map of Colonial America4105 - Appalachian Mountainsvvvvvvvvvv11 - Atlantic Ocean92683 - Delaware River72 - Hudson River137 - Lake Erie129 - Lake Huron116 - Lake Michigan58 - Lake Ontario10 - Lake Superior1 - Ohio River12 - Ohio Valley4 - St. Lawrence
7 L WRAP-UP 14 Based on the physical map, Lesson 4: The Physical Map of Colonial AmericaL14WRAP-UPBased on the physical map,which physical features are natural boundaries?Why?
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