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Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?
1,000,000 5th Grade 5th Grade Globalization 5th Grade 5th Grade Globalization5th Grade 5th Grade Globalization 4th Grade 4th Grade Urbanism 4th Grade 4th Grade Urbanism 4th Grade 4th Grade Shaping Cities 3rd Grade 3rd Grade Models 3rd Grade 3rd Grade Models3rd Grade 3rd Grade Zonation 2nd Grade 2nd Grade Central Place 2nd Grade 2nd Grade Central Place 2nd Grade 2nd Grade Ag Revolution 1st Grade 1st Grade Hearths 1st Grade 1st Grade Hearths1st Grade 1st Grade Basics 500, , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000
5th Grade Topic 1 Question / New York, London, and Tokyo are all examples of what?
5th Grade Topic 1 Answer / World cities Return
5th Grade Topic 2 Question / Time Warner, Viacom, and Walt Disney all work to redevelop places like New York Times Square and Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz. This is called?
5th Grade Topic 2 Answer Spaces of consumption Return
4th Grade Topic 3 Question / A design where development attempts to revitalize an urban area with walkable neighborhoods and diversity of housing and jobs.
4th Grade Topic 3 Answer New urbanism Return
4th Grade Topic 4 Question / A practice before the civil rights movement where financial institutions did not practice fair lending practices
4th Grade Topic 4 Answer redlining Return
3rd Grade Topic 5 Question / This model has a prevalent colonial cbd
3rd Grade Topic 5 Answer the African city model Return
3rd Grade Topic 6 Question / The division of the city into certain regions is called…
3rd Grade Topic 6 Answer functional zonation
2nd Grade Topic 7 Question / Name three different types of settlements defined in the central place theory
2nd Grade Topic 7 Answer hamlet, town, city, village, regional city Return
2nd Grade Topic 8 Question / An example of how the second agricultural revolution changed the world was…
2nd Grade Topic 8 Answer seed drill, hybrid seeds, improved breeding practices for livestock, improved production, market collaboration better storage capabilities Return
1st Grade Topic 9 Question / The hearth that displayed the terra cotta soldiers
1st Grade Topic 9 Answer Huang He/ Wei Return
1st Grade Topic 10 Question / The center of business and trade usually found in the downtown area is / The? / The center of business and trade usually found in the downtown area is / The?
1st Grade Topic 10 Answer Central business district Return
Million Dollar Question Grade Level Topic 11 Shaping cities in the global core
1,000,000 Question / The practice of reinventing the cbd to attract residents and tourists alike is
1,000,000 Answer / commercialization Return
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