# WARM-UP: S 24: 1) B. France 2) D. England held no lands east of degrees W Longitude S 25: 1) C. Antolia 2) D. Britain.

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WARM-UP: S 24: 1) B. France 2) D. England held no lands east of degrees W Longitude S 25: 1) C. Antolia 2) D. Britain

Pair/Share 5 Themes of Social Studies Sentences- WIO p. 4
You have 5 minutes. Find a partner and share your sentences. You will need to pick one to share with the rest of the class. 1) History 2) Geography 3) Civics and Governance 4) Economics and Financial Literacy 5) Culture

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Latitude and Longitude Song

Geography Skills Scavenger Hunt
Work with your group to answer the scavenger hunt questions. You will use the Green SS Book under your desk and the page numbers listed on worksheet. Answer each question in complete sentences. You will have 15 minutes to complete. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME!

Map Basics: (pg A1) 1. Where can you find the subject and basic information contained on a map? The title of the map. 2. What is the function of a compass rose? The compass rose shows you North, South, East, and West on the map. (NEVER EAT SOGGY WAFFLES) 3. What is the legend? The legend lists and explains the colors and symbols used on the map. 4. What map features would you use to determine the distance between two places? You would use Latitude, Longitude, and the scale to determine the distance between two places. Longitude and Latitude Lines/Scale: (pgs.A2-A3) 5. What features of a map will help you find absolute locations? Lines of latitude and longitude help to find the absolute location. 6. What is the term for half of the globe? Half the globe is called a hemisphere. 7. What determines the scale of a map? The scale of the map is determined by how much detail needs to be shown. Projections: 8. What is a projection? The projection is a way of showing the curved surface of Earth on a flat map. 9. How might a projection be misleading? Projections can be misleading because they distort some aspects of a map. Different Types of Maps: (pgs. A4-A5) 10. What is the purpose of a physical map? A physical map helps you to see landforms and bodies of water on a map. 11. How does a physical map represent relief? A physical map shows elevations or altitudes (RELIEF) by color, shading, or contour lines. 12. What is the purpose of a political map? The political map shows features that humans have created on Earth. It shows human made boundaries. Thematic Maps: (pgs. A6-A7) 13. What are thematic maps? Thematic maps focus on specific topics (climate, vegetation, and population). 14. What are some examples of the types of thematic maps? Thematic maps present climate, vegetation, population density, natural resources, economic activities, etc. 15. What are some of the ways in which thematic maps are presented? It can be qualitative (dots, symbols, colors to show patterns,) point symbol (symbol to show specific area,) or flow line map (shows movement.)

WIO (p. 6): on notecard to turn in
3- 3 things that you learned today 2- 2 things you need more practice on 1- 1 question you have

HW: Use online textbook, internet, dictionary, and/or class notes to define the following terms. Put definitions on p. 7 of your notebook (underneath the scavenger hunt). Map Key Vocabulary 1. Compass Rose 2. Map Legend 3. Latitude 4. Longitude 5. Hemisphere 6. Projection 7. Absolute Location 8. Relative Location 9. Physical Map 10. Political Map 11. Thematic Map 12. Scale 13. Equator 14. Prime Meridian 15. Cartographer 16. Surveyor 17. Global Position System

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