Presentation on theme: "WINNING TEAM RECEIVES +5 points on TOMORROW’S TEST and CANDY!"— Presentation transcript:
1 WINNING TEAM RECEIVES +5 points on TOMORROW’S TEST and CANDY! GEOGRAPHY of LATIN AMERICA and the CARIBBEANREVIEW GAMEWINNING TEAM RECEIVES +5 points on TOMORROW’S TEST and CANDY!
2 RULES of PLAY 2 teams equally split by DNM, M, and E standards. 1 player from each team goes to the front of the room and sits in the HOT seat to answer the question.The team whose player answers the question correctly earns points for their team.Sportsmanship points are awarded and taken away (no whispering answers if it’s not your turn, no arguing with the teacher, and no arguing with teammates or opponents).
3 HOW THE GAME IS PLAYED 1 person from each team comes up to the front. The question will be projected on the screenThe first team member to hit the easy button is allowed first chance to answer the question.If they answer the question correctly they are awarded pointsIf they answer the question incorrectly they lose points and the other team has a chance to steal for DOUBLE the points!At the end of the game the team that has the most points WINS the bonus points on the test and the candy.
17 Question 7: The picture below is from a human-made waterway stretching across a portion of a Latin American. It allows ships to travel back and forth between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans without having to sail around South America.(2 pts.)
19 Question 8: This body of water lies southeast of North America and the northeast of South America. It is home to a number of island nations. These islands attract millions of tourists every year.(1 pt.)
23 Question 10: What you are looking at is the second-largest river in the world. For centuries, people in northern and central South America have relied on this river. Its many tributaries provide important water routes, connecting inland regions of the country to the Atlantic Ocean. (2 pts.)
25 Question 11: These are some of the highest mountains on earth Question 11: These are some of the highest mountains on earth. They form the longest running mountain range in the world. They stretch more than 4,500 miles along the west coast of South America.(2 pts.)
31 Question 14: Most people in Latin America live in cities Question 14: Most people in Latin America live in cities. The reason for large populations in cities is because many of these cities are near _____, which allow for trade.(3 pts.)
32 Answer 14:Rivers and access points to coasts for the purpose of trading.
33 Question 15: Why do you think so few people live in the Amazon Rainforest?(4 pts.)
34 Answer 15:The region is isolated and does not have large cities
35 Question 16: Many people come to the islands in the Caribbean Sea for the purpose of _____. This is a major source of income for the Caribbean islands.(2 pts.)
37 Question 17: You are looking at a picture of famous musician Bob Marley who was born to a white father and a black mother. By definition Bob Marley would be considered a _____, who are people of mixed white (European) and black (African) ancestry. (3 pts.)
43 Question 20: Deforestation occurs in the Amazon Rainforest Question 20: Deforestation occurs in the Amazon Rainforest. Which Latin America country would be the most concerned about stopping it to preserve their natural resources? (2 pts.)
45 Question 21: What does this picture illustrate about the air pollution in Mexico City and what the mountains do to the air pollution?(3 pts.)
46 Answer 21:The mountains block wind currents from carrying away the pollutants produced by the city’s pollution. The pollution lingers in the air for long periods of time.
47 Question 22: You are looking at a picture of Former Mexican President Porfirio Diaz whose ancestry is of European and Native American descent. By definition he would be considered a _____, which are people of mixed European and Native American ancestry.(3 pts.)
49 Question 23:Just like Spain spread the language of Spanish to Latin America and the Caribbean. Which religion did Spain introduce to Latin American countries such as: Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Bolivia, and even Brazil? (2 pts.)
51 Question 24: These are two images of the Metrobus in Mexico City Question 24: These are two images of the Metrobus in Mexico City. How can this service minimize (make smaller) the environmental issue of air pollution in Mexico City? (5 pts.)
52 Answer 24:By taking more cars off the road when people take the bus and other forms of public transportation.
53 Name that country!The next 8 questions you will see pictures of countries that you should know. You are to name the country that is colored in on the map. Good luck! (3 points each)