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1 W4: September 8-12, 2014 Week 4

2 Monday, September 8 Computer Lab for Quia Quiz “USA Longitude & Latitude 1” WS ▫ Colored Pencils Homework: Quiz on Monday, September 22 nd on: ▫ Midwest and Northeast States

3 Tuesday, September 9 TURN IN HOMEWORK Daily Geography #1-4 - Complete 1.The equator divides the Earth into which two hemispheres? 2.The prime meridian helps to divide the Earth into which two hemispheres? 3.North America is part of which two hemispheres? 4.Is Australia part of the Northern and Western Hemispheres, or the Southern and Eastern Hemispheres? Mr. Epperley and Mrs. Whited ▫ HOPS ZOMBIES --- Wait… What? ▫ Is there a Zombie virus? Is there a Zombie virus? Homework: Quiz on Monday, September 22 nd on: ▫ Midwest and Northeast States

4 Wednesday, September 10 Warm Up ▫ Asia is located in which directions from the equator and from the prime meridian? ▫ In which hemispheres is Asia located? ▫ Does the equator cross the northern or Southern part of South America? ▫ South America is located mostly in which two hemispheres? Study Guide ▫ Work with a buddy, your notes, & the book Review Day: Friday, September 12 th Test: Monday, September 15 th Homework: Quiz on Monday, September 22 nd on: ▫ Midwest and Northeast States PUT IN YOUR PLANNER NOW!!

5 Thursday, September 11 Warm Up ▫ In which hemisphere is the North Pole located? ▫ Which ocean is closest to the North Pole? ▫ What is the only hemisphere in which Antarctica has no land? Introduction to the ATLAS! ▫ Partners to work and complete ▫ Review as a class Review Day: Friday, September 12 th Test: Monday, September 15 th Homework: Quiz on Monday, September 22 nd on: ▫ Midwest and Northeast States

6 Friday, September 12 Warm Up ▫ Most geographers agree that there are really five oceans. Name the five oceans. ▫ Which of the oceans is closest to Antarctica? ▫ Africa has land in both the Eastern and Western Hemispheres. Africa is considered part of the Eastern Hemisphere. Why? Review Study Guide Play Game Test: Monday, September 15 th Homework: Quiz on Monday, September 22 nd on: ▫ Midwest and Northeast States

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8 Rules Always answer in the form of a question! The team that buzzes in first will be called on to answer the question.

9 100 200 300 400 500 Vocabular y Six Essential Elements Parts of a MAP MatchingRandom 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500

10 Vocabulary - for 100 The study of Earth, its people, and the landscapes we create Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

11 Vocabulary - for 100 What is GEOGRAPHY?

12 Vocabulary - for 200 Atlantic Ocean Pacific Ocean Indian Ocean Arctic Ocean Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

13 Vocabulary - for 200 What are the four MAIN oceans?

14 Vocabulary - for 300 To compare different places. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

15 Vocabulary - for 300 Why do geographers divide the world into regions?

16 Vocabulary - for 400 0* longitude Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

17 Vocabulary - for 400 What is the prime meridian?

18 Vocabulary - for 500 Geographers use them to organize information and guide their studies. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

19 Vocabulary - for 500 What are the SIX ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS

20 Six EE- for 100 Physical processes that shape Earth’s surface. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

21 Six EE- - for 100 What is the definition of Physical Systems?

22 Six EE- for 200 The characteristics of humans and how we are all connected. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

23 Six EE- for 200 What is the definition of Human Systems?

24 Six EE- for 300 Using Geography to understand the past, present, and future. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

25 Six EE- for 300 What is the definition of the Uses of Geography?

26 Six EE- for 400 The physical and human characteristics of a place that can be used to form regions or groups. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

27 Six EE- for 400 What is the definition of Places and Regions?

28 Six EE- for 500 Using maps and images to gather information from a spatial perspective Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

29 Six EE- for 500 What is the definition of the World in Spatial Terms?

30 Parts of a Map - for 100 Legend/Key Grid Compass Rose Map Scale Title Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

31 Parts of a Map - for 100 What are the 5 parts of a map?

32 Parts of a Map - for 200 A directional symbol that is on a map or globe. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

33 Parts of a Map - for 200 What is a compass rose?

34 Parts of a Map - for 300 The only accurate representation of the Earth. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

35 Parts of a Map - for 300 What is a globe?

36 Parts of a Map - for 400 It indicates what the map is about. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

37 Parts of a Map - for 400 What is the TITLE of a map?

38 Parts of a Map - for 500 It shows the relationship between distance on a map and distance on the earth’s surface. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

39 Parts of a Map- for 500 What is the definition of MAP SCALE?

40 Matching- for 100 Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

41 Matching- for 100 What is the equator?

42 Matching- for 200 Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

43 Matching - for 200 What is the Indian Ocean?

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45 Matching- for 300 Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

46 Matching - for 300 What continents are both located in the Northern and Eastern hemispheres?

47 Matching- for 400 Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

48 Matching- for 400 Where are the Pacific, Atlantic, Arctic, Indian, and Southern Oceans?

49 Matching- for 500 It drew a line across the United States that only allowed slave states to the south, and free states to the north. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question! v

50 Matching- for 500 What are the continents of North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica

51 Random - for 100 This is the largest continent and has the largest population with 4 billion people. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

52 Random - for 100 What is ASIA?

53 Random - for 200 This continent was home to both World War 1 and 2. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

54 Random - for 200 What is EUROPE?

55 Random - for 300 This continent is located in all the hemispheres EXCEPT the Northern Hemisphere. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

56 Random - for 300 What is ANTARCTICA?

57 Random - for 400 This is a mnemonic device used to help remember the cardinal directions. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

58 Random - for 400 What is “Never Eat Soggy Waffles?”

59 Random - for 500 This is the smallest continent by size. Remember to phrase your answer in the form of a question!

60 Random - for 500 What is AUSTRALIA?


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