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Latin America Review of Chapter 1, all section
One of the uses of the rivers in Central America is to produce…..
What makes the soil in the farmland in Mexico and Central America so fertile?
A. Fishing B. Volcanic Ash C. Coral
B. Volcanic Ash
What is the region in Mexico that contains most of the country’s important cities and best farmland?
A. Cuba B. Brazil C. Mexico’s Central Plateau
What do farmers grow in Argentina and Uruguay?
Wheat and Apples
In which Hemisphere is Latin America located?
Coral comes from…
Skeletons of tiny sea animals
The types of crops grown by Andes Mountain farmers are influenced by …..
Caribbean islands are formed from coral and …..
Tops of underwater Mountains
When oil prices dropped in Venezuela the country realized it needed to ….
Diversify its economy
Which countries produce Coffee?
Columbia and Brazil
What effects the climate of Latin America?
Elevation, the distance from the equator, the windpatterns
The climate in Latin America is….
Different from place to place
Trade and Travel are affected by…
High Mountains and dense rainforest
Long Mountain chain that runs the west coast of South America
Where is the largest rainforest in the world?
Amazon River Basin
Where are important cities and farmland located in Mexico?
Mexico’s Central Plateau
Economy refers to …
The money or wealth of a country
The regions of Latin America include…..
Mexico and the Caribbean Island, South America, and Central America
The grasslands of Latin America are known as the…..
A river or stream that flows into a main river is called……
Production of other crops or resources to add variety to expand a country’s economy
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Chapter 9, Section 1 Latin America: Physical Features.
Ch 1 Review Latin America – Physical Geography. Key Terms 1. The height of land above sea level.
Latin America Geography SS6G1, SS6G2, SS6G3,. Essential Questions What are the major physical features of Latin America? What are the major countries.
Overview of Latin America. Latin America is divided into three regions Mexico and central America Caribbean South America.
L ATIN A MERICA Physical Geography. V OCABULARY Land and Water Plateau – A large raised area of mostly level land Isthmus – A strip of land with water.
The name given to the vast region that lies south of the United States. Latin America begins at the Rio Grande – the river that divides the United.
The Physical Geography of Latin America. Mexico Mountains dominate Mexico –Sierra Madre Occidental –Sierra Madre Oriental –Sierra Madre del Sur Central.
Most people in Latin America live in cities The major cities have grown up along rivers and coasts because early on they provided a good means of transportation.
Includes all nations from Mexico to the southern tip of South America Divided into 3 Regions ◦ Middle America ◦ Caribbean ◦ South America.
Latin America Geography. Latin America The name describes the lands in the Western Hemisphere south of the United States Stretches over 7,000 miles Covers.
Land & Water 10 pts 10 pts 5 pts 5 pts 15 pts 15 pts 20 pts 20 pts Climate & Vegetation 5 pts 5 pts 10 pts 10 pts 15 pts 15 pts 20 pts 20 pts 10 pts 10.
Latin America. Physical Features Chapter 9 Section 1.
From The Andes to the Amazon: The Physical Geography of Latin America.
THE GAME. North America Vegetation Natural Resources South America South America Climate
Mid Term Review Sheet for Latin America Vocabulary.
Andes Mountains Pampas Amazon Rainforest Amazon River Orinoco River Rio de la Plata Peru Chile Brazil Argentina Rio de Janeiro.
Chapter 9, Section World Geography Chapter 9 Regional Atlas: Introduction to Latin America Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.
10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25pt 5 pt 10pt 15 pt 20pt 25 pt 5pt 10pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20pt 25 pt 5pt Key Terms Weather.
The Geography of Latin America Unit 3: Latin America (case study: Brazil)
South America: Physical Geography Chapter 6. Section 1: Land & Water.
From the Andes to the Amazon Chapter What you will learn in this chapter Summary of the chapter Test your geographic knowledge by playing the GeoGame.
Latin America Jeopardy Physical Features Humans and the Physical Environment Natural Resources Geographic Factors Miscellaneous $ $200200$200200$
THESE ARE THE SEVEN CONTINENTS. This is Latin America. Latin America is NOT a continent. Latin America is NOT a country. Latin America IS a cultural.
South America has many different land forms. The Andes Mountains are located on the west coast in Peru which has rich soil for farming. The Amazon Basin.
Latin America Physical Geography. What is Latin America Latin America is often divided into three areas: Middle America, which includes Mexico and seven.
SS6G1: The student will be able to locate selected features of Latin America and the Caribbean SS6G2: The student will discuss environmental issues in.
Latin America Physical Geography. Regions If we look at physical geography Latin America has four distinct regions: What are the four regions? A.Mexico.
Latin America is divided into three regions: 1. Mexico and Central America 2. The Caribbean 3. South America.
Chapter 9: Latin America: Physical Geography. GUIDELINE QUESTIONS: ) What are some of the landforms in Latin America? 2) Name the three geographic.
Chapter 20, Sections 1,2. The Shape of the Land And Climates and People.
Caribbean South America. Physical Features The Andes Mountains extend up the west coast of South America and are split into 3 regions called cordilleras.
PHYSICAL FEATURES Latin America. Latin America’s Major Landforms and Regions Mexico and Central America stretch 2,500 miles from the U.S. border to South.
Latin America Physical Geography Ch Latin America Latin America includes all of the following Mexico Central America South America The Caribbean.
Atlantic South America Physical Geography. Major River Systems Atlantic South America includes the countries of Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina.
Mr. Kilbourn. This is Latin America. Latin America is NOT a continent. Latin America is NOT a country. Latin America IS a cultural Region. Bahamas.
Latin America: Physical Geography. Mountains Latin America spans from the border between the U.S. and Mexico, all the way down to the southern tip of.
1. Political Map of Latin America South America. 2. Political Map of Latin America Caribbean.
Latin America Physical Geography. Regions Latin America can be divided into separate regions based on physical geography or cultural geography.
LATIN AMERICA Unit 3. Introduction Includes all the countries in the Western Hemisphere except the U.S. and Canada 3 sub regions: Mexico and Central.
Physical Geography of Latin/Mesoamerica. Map of Latin America (Central and South America)
STUDY GUIDE FOR LATIN AMERICA. Geographic features 1. Caribbean Sea 2. Gulf of Mexico 3. Pacific Ocean 4. Sierra Madre Mountains 5. Panama Canal.
Physical Features and Countries of Latin America.
LATIN AMERICA Mexico, Central America and South America.
Location, Climate, & Natural Resources SS6G3 a.Compare how the location, climate, and natural resources of Mexico and Venezuela affect where people live.
Latin America Physical Geography. This is Latin America. Latin America is NOT a continent. Latin America is NOT a country. Latin America IS a cultural.
Impact of Geography on Latin America SS6G3 The student will explain the impact of location, climate, distribution of natural resources, and population.
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