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Geography Review Test Date: Friday 9/14. CARD SHARKS

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1 Geography Review Test Date: Friday 9/14

2 CARD SHARKS

3 Identify this continent.

4 NORTH AMERICA

5 Identify this continent.

6 SOUTH AMERICA

7 Identify this continent.

8 EUROPE

9 Identify this continent.

10 AUSTRALIA

11 Identify this continent.

12 AFRICA

13 Identify this continent.

14 ASIA

15 Identify this continent.

16 ANTARCTICA

17 Which ocean, the largest of the 4 (or 5), surrounds Japan?

18 PACIFIC OCEAN

19 Which ocean is located between Africa and Australia?

20 INDIAN OCEAN

21 Which ocean is located between North America and Europe as well as South America and Africa?

22 ATLANTIC OCEAN

23 Which ocean is likely the coldest?

24 ARCTIC OCEAN

25 The image best represents which field of social studies?

26 The image best represents which field of social studies? ECONOMICS

27 The image best represents which field of social studies?

28 The image best represents which field of social studies? GOVERNMENT

29 The image best represents which field of social studies?

30 The image best represents which field of social studies? CULTURE

31 The image best represents which field of social studies?

32 The image best represents which field of social studies? HISTORY

33 The image best represents which field of social studies?

34 The image best represents which field of social studies? GEOGRAPHY

35 The image best represents which Theme of Geography?

36 The image best represents which Theme of Geography? MOVEMENT

37 The image best represents which Theme of Geography?

38 The image best represents which Theme of Geography? REGION

39 The image best represents which Theme of Geography?

40 The image best represents which Theme of Geography? HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION

41 Stating that Batesville Middle School is located at 201 North Mulberry Street or that it is next to Batesville Intermediate School is an example of which theme of geography?

42 Stating that Batesville Middle School is located at 201 North Mulberry Street or that it is next to Batesville Intermediate School is an example of which theme of geography? LOCATION

43 Stating that Batesville Middle School is a 2- story, brick building with approximately 475 students is an example of which theme of geography?

44 Stating that Batesville Middle School is a 2- story, brick building with approximately 475 students is an example of which theme of geography? PLACE

45 If it is 4:00 a.m. on Monday at location “A” (80˚E), what time and day would it be at location “B” (40˚W)?

46 If it is 4:00 a.m. on Monday at location “A” (80˚E), what time and day would it be at location “B” (40˚W)? 8 p.m. Sunday

47 If it is 1:00 p.m. on Thursday at location “A” (20˚W), what time and day would it be at location “B” (80˚W)?

48 If it is 1:00 p.m. on Thursday at location “A” (20˚W), what time and day would it be at location “B” (80˚W)? 9:00 a.m. Thursday

49 If you board an airplane at 7:00 a.m. on Saturday at location “A” (100˚W), and your flight to location “B” (140˚E) takes 12 hours, what time would it be in location “B” upon arrival?

50 11 a.m. Sunday

51 Which part of the map, circled above, identifies the subject of the map?

52 Which part of the map, circled above, identifies the subject of the map? TITLE

53 Which part of the map that explains use of symbols is located on the right side?

54 Which part of the map that explains use of symbols is located on the right side? LEGEND/KEY

55 Which part of the map, shown above, usually includes latitude and longitude lines?

56 Which part of the map, shown above, usually includes latitude and longitude lines? GRID

57 Which part of a map, shown above, provides directions?

58 Which part of a map, shown above, provides directions? COMPASS ROSE

59 Which part of a map, shown above, is used to help measure distance?

60 Which part of a map, shown above, is used to help measure distance? SCALE

61 Identify a characteristic and provide a specific example of latitude lines.

62 CHARACTERISTICS: lines run horizontally; measure distances north and south of the equator; measure in degrees from 0˚-90˚; also called parallels EXAMPLES: equator, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn, Arctic Circle, Antarctic Circle

63 Identify a characteristic and provide a specific example of longitude lines.

64 CHARACTERISTICS: lines run vertically; measure distances west and east of the Prime Meridian; measure in degrees from 0˚-180˚; also called meridians EXAMPLES: Prime Meridian, International Date Line

65 Geography Terms A landform surrounded by water on 3 sides

66 Geography Terms A landform surrounded by water on 3 sides PENINSULA

67 Geography Terms Land covered by dense tropical vegetation

68 Geography Terms Land covered by dense tropical vegetation JUNGLE

69 Geography Terms A very large, flat area of land that usually is higher than the land around it, with at least one steep side

70 Geography Terms A very large, flat area of land that usually is higher than the land around it, with at least one steep side PLATEAU

71 Geography Terms A narrow strip of land between 2 seas or oceans that connects 2 larger land areas

72 Geography Terms A narrow strip of land between 2 seas or oceans that connects 2 larger land areas ISTHMUS

73 Geography Terms Vast, treeless plains with permafrost and small, low plants

74 Geography Terms Vast, treeless plains with permafrost and small, low plants TUNDRA

75 Geography Terms An area of a sea or ocean, larger than a bay, partially enclosed by land

76 Geography Terms An area of a sea or ocean, larger than a bay, partially enclosed by land GULF

77 Geography Terms An artificial waterway used for irrigation or travel

78 Geography Terms An artificial waterway used for irrigation or travel CANAL

79 Geography Terms A shallow pool of water at the center of an atoll

80 Geography Terms A shallow pool of water at the center of an atoll LAGOON

81 Geography Terms A long, relatively wide body of water, larger than a channel or strait, that often connects larger bodies of water

82 Geography Terms A long, relatively wide body of water, larger than a channel or strait, that often connects larger bodies of water SOUND

83 Geography Terms A mound or ridge of coral polyps and their hard limestone remains, combined with sand and minerals

84 Geography Terms A mound or ridge of coral polyps and their hard limestone remains, combined with sand and minerals CORAL REEF

85 Geography Terms A piece of land, smaller than a continent, completely surrounded by water

86 Geography Terms A piece of land, smaller than a continent, completely surrounded by water ISLAND

87 Geography Terms A natural hot spring that intermittently ejects steam and hot water into the air

88 Geography Terms A natural hot spring that intermittently ejects steam and hot water into the air GEYSER

89 Geography Terms The Earth’s largest continuous stretches of saltwater

90 Geography Terms The Earth’s largest continuous stretches of saltwater OCEAN

91 Geography Terms An arc-shaped chain of islands

92 Geography Terms An arc-shaped chain of islands ARCHIPELAGO

93 Geography Terms A rugged mass or rock that rises above the surrounding landscape with steep slopes and a peak or summit

94 Geography Terms A rugged mass or rock that rises above the surrounding landscape with steep slopes and a peak or summit MOUNTAIN

95 Geography Terms A natural stream of water descending from a steep height

96 Geography Terms A natural stream of water descending from a steep height WATERFALL

97 Geography Terms A mass of floating ice that has broken away from a glacier

98 Geography Terms A mass of floating ice that has broken away from a glacier ICEBERG

99 Geography Terms a body of saltwater surrounded almost entirely by land

100 Geography Terms a body of saltwater surrounded almost entirely by land SEA

101 Geography Terms A stream of river of considerable volume

102 Geography Terms A stream of river of considerable volume RIVER

103 Geography Terms A large, principal landmass

104 Geography Terms A large, principal landmass CONTINENT

105 Geography Terms A ring-shaped island formed by coral buildup on the rim of an underwater volcano

106 Geography Terms A ring-shaped island formed by coral buildup on the rim of an underwater volcano ATOLL

107 Geography Terms A steep, high face of rock

108 Geography Terms A steep, high face of rock CLIFF

109 Geography Terms A sandy, pebbly, or rocky shore of a body of water

110 Geography Terms A sandy, pebbly, or rocky shore of a body of water BEACH

111 Geography A dry, barren region that receives little or no precipitation

112 Geography Terms A dry, barren region that receives little or no precipitation DESERT

113 Geography Terms A narrow projection of a larger territory, as in Florida, Texas, and Oklahoma

114 Geography Terms A narrow projection of a larger territory, as in Florida, Texas, and Oklahoma PANHANDLE

115 Absolute Location Using page 719 of your textbook, identify the African capital city located at 9˚S, 14˚E.

116 Absolute Location Using page 719 of your textbook, identify the African capital city located at 9˚S, 14˚E. LUANDA

117 Absolute Location Using page 719 of your textbook, identify the African capital city located at 15˚N, 32˚E.

118 Absolute Location Using page 719 of your textbook, identify the African capital city located at 15˚N, 32˚E. KHARTOUM

119 Absolute Location Using page 719 of your textbook, identify the African capital city located at 6˚N, 11˚W.

120 Absolute Location Using page 719 of your textbook, identify the African capital city located at 6˚N, 11˚W. MONROVIA


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