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What are the three Branches of Government? What is Judicial Branch, Legislative Branch, and Executive Branch?
The man who invented the light bulb. Who is Thomas Edison?
What are the first three words of the Constitution? What is “We the people”?
What is the imaginary line that Divides the Northern and Southern hemisphere? What is the Equator?
At what age are U.S. citizens permitted to vote? What is 18?
The man who invented the phone. Who is Alexander Graham Bell?
What are the ten Amendments of the Constitution called.. What is the Bill Of Rights?
What are the seven continents ? What is – North America, South America, Antarctica, Asia, Europe, Africa, And Australia?
Who is the head of the Legislative Branch? What is the Congress?
What affect did the phone have on people? They didn’t have to send letters or travel long distances.
What is the first part of the Declaration of Independence called? What is the Preamble?
What is the line that separates the Eastern and the Western Hemisphere? What is the Prime Meridian?
How many justices are appointed to the Supreme Court? What is 9?
This person created the first public lending library. Who is Ben Franklin?
The year we declared our independence. What is 1776?
What is the biggest river in the U.S.A ? What is the Mississippi River?
What are the two houses of Congress? What is the House of Representatives and the Senate?
Why was it smart for Henry Ford to mass produce cars when he started? He can make more cars in a shorter period of time for less money.
What Amendment prohibits the sale or production of liquor? What is the 18 th Amendment?
How were the Great Lakes formed? What is by glaciers?
Our Earth is made up of seven continents and four oceans. The continents include North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica.
New York State Geography Mrs. Martin Grade 4 Vocabulary ► geography ► hemisphere ► Equator ► lines of latitude ► Prime Meridian ► lines of Longitude.
Map and Globe Review. What is a round model of the Earth called? Answer: a globe.
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Continents and Oceans Our Earth is made up of seven continents and four oceans. The continents include North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa,
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Think about all the places you’ve been to in your life. Have they all looked the same? Do people all do the same things? Write three lines describing.
Latitude & Longitude. Latitude Earth’s imaginary lines that run east and west but MEASURE north and south. Lines of latitude are also called parallels.
WORLD GEOGRAPHY. GLOBE LINES Axis – an imaginary line that passes through the center of Earth between the North and South Poles on which Earth rotates.
Map Skills. Geography The study of the earth’s surface and the way people use it The study of the earth’s surface and the way people use it.
Basic Map Vocabulary. A map is a graphic representation of a place.
7th Grade Maps and Geography Unit S. Smith Room 603.
Geography Jeopardy. Definitions Latitude and Longitude Where in the USA? ContinentsOceans 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt Bonus Question.
Latitude and Longitude What types of lines are these? Listen to find out…
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Map Notes. Compass Rose ► A symbol used to show directions.
Georgia Studies Unit 1: Geography of Georgia/Georgia’s Beginnings Lesson 1: Where in the World is Georgia? Study Presentation.
Map Test Review 3 rd Grade Social Studies. A. Political B. Physical C. General This is an example of a ______________ map.
Separation of Powers. Powers of government are restricted (limited) by the Constitution. Ex. Bill of Rights “Rule of Law” No people or groups are above.
World Geography. Continents & Important Regions North America South America Asia Africa Europe Middle East Australia Antarctica Central America Southeast.
Map Skills 1. Continents 2. Oceans 3. Equator/Prime Meridian.
Latitude and Longitude Adapted from: latitude ?from_search=12 1.
World Geography The Basics. What is Geography? A science that deals with the description, distribution, and interaction of the diverse physical, biological,
Review In our introduction lesson, we learned the location of the seven continents and the five oceans. Remember, all of the world's land is located somewhere.
Mr. Luvera Chapter 1: Land of New York Unit 1: New York and It’s People.
Compass Rose A compass rose shows direction. The cardinal directions are North (N), East (E), South (S), and West (W). A good way to remember the.
What is a map? A map is a smaller representation of an area.
Print the map on the next page for student use. All maps used in this PowerPoint are from: Geographic Knowledge GLE (3, 5)
Definitions Hemisphere: Half of the globe created by the prime meridian or the equator. Equator: An imaginary line around the middle of the earth that.
Branches $100 $200 $300 $500 $400 Checks and Balances $100 $200 $300 $500 $400 Articles of Confederation $100 $200 $300 $500 $400 Constitution $100 $200.
W3: September 2-5, Tuesday, September 2 Classwork: Pencil Binder Can Planner HOPS Hemispheres, Continents, and Oceans ▫ Notes pages 3-5 Homework:
CONTINENTS & OCEANS. Continent- a major land area on Earth Ocean- a vast body of saltwater that covers nearly ¾ of the Earth’s surface Hemisphere-
© 2006 Doug Clarke Drop That Bubble!!! Guess the missing idea, then drop that bubble! It might be the main idea… or a smaller idea!
Five Themes of Geography G2-G3 Location Place Human/Environment Interaction Region Movement.
CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. Constitutional Basics The Constitution is seen as the supreme law of the land It provides citizens with information about their.
By: Isabella and Asma Famous People American Revolution Geography Important Documents
3rd grade Maps and Geography Unit. Maps & Geography Jeopardy Vocabulary & Map Parts Oceans Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400.
W3: September 3-6, Tuesday, September 2 HOPS – Mr. Epperley & Ms. Whited Continents and Oceans ▫ Notes pages 3-5 Colored Pencils needed on Wed Homework:
Geography Intro Name the Seven Continents?. Geography Comes from two Greek words Geos meaning Earth and Graphos meaning writing, Writing about the Earth.
Physical Setting Mapping Terms Part 1. Map A drawing of all or part of the earth’s surface seen as if you were looking down from above.
Map Skills Review SOL 3.5 & 3.6 By Terry Smith Driver Elementary Adapted from D. Showker.
Unit 1 – Lesson 5 Continents and Oceans. Globe is a model of the Earth.
Buckymap ©. Shout out the numbers of the Continents.
The Seven Continents. To remember the seven continents, Think of the letter A, And when you’re down to only one, The E will save the day.
Understanding the Constitution. Preamble of the Constitution.
Three Branches of Government. What are the Three Branches? Executive Branch Legislative Branch Judicial Branch.
Where in the world is our community?. Geography State Equator Town Tricky Taboo: Round 1.
Draw the Earth! Take a few minutes to draw the Earth using only your memory! Earth =
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