Movement How do people, ideas, etc. move from one place to the other?
Movement Give two examples of how PEOPLE move around: 1.2. Give two examples of how IDEAS move around: 1.2.
Region What is a region? (Page 40) –A region is a group of places with at least one common characteristic. List the unifying characteristics of Tomball 1.2.3. Define each: (Page 41) –Formal Regions A region in which certain characteristics a found in the area. (ex. government, climate, etc.) –Functional Regions A region which contains a central place and the surrounding areas affected by it. –Perceptual Regions A region defined by people’s feelings and attitudes about that area.
Human- Environment Interaction HEI for short! It answers the question of: –How do people DEPEND ON; change or modify; ADAPT TO their environment?
H.E.I. Examples List 2 ways people DEPEND ON the environment. –1. –2. List 2 ways we have MODIFIED the environment. –1. –2. List 2 ways people have ADAPTED TO our environment –1. –2.
Location Where is it? Absolute Location - (Page 39) –The position of an area on the globe –It can also be an address Example- 304 Woodland Way San Antonio, TX 77353 Relative Location - (Page 39) –The location of an area in comparison to places around it.
Location Absolute –Use page 127 to find the “Absolute Location” of Houston _________ (use the grid lines on the map) –Latitude (N/S) is listed first, Longitude (E/W) is listed second Relative –Relative Location of Houston to the following areas: Dallas The Gulf of Mexico San Antonio –Write a statement after looking at page 127
Place What’s it like? (Think about landscape/physical features, environment, culture/human imprint) What is unique to this location ? (landmarks/landscape /culture)