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5 Themes of Geography
WHERE AM I ?
1. Location Location: where something is
There are two types of location:
Absolute Location A. Absolute location – the EXACT spot where a place can be found. Examples: 1901 Creekside Dr. 38 degrees south, 145 degrees west.
Relative Location B. Relative location: the location of one spot compared to another. Examples: Crownover MS is close to Hawk Elementary. Texas is south of Oklahoma.
2. Place What a location is like. Natural: Its climate, landforms, plant and animal life. Human: cities and towns, governments, cultural traditions.
Place Example: Denton, Texas has a temperate climate, with grasslands and wildlife. It has a human population of about 120,000.
3. Region Places are grouped into regions. A region has places that all have something in common. Example: Countries that speak French Rocky Mountains
French speaking regions
4. Movement People, goods, and ideas can move from one place to another.
How does Movement Affect Me? Look at a tag in your neighbor’s shirt. Where are all these products made? Where are they sold?
Movement Migrate – to move from one area to settle in another to move from one area to settle in another
5. Human-Environment Interaction Humans depend on, adapt to, and change the world around them. It can be helpful or harmful.
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