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Geography Skills Pgs. H12-H13
Hemispheres Hemispheres Latitude Latitude Longitude Longitude Global Grid Global Grid Assignment Assignment
Hemisphere – any one of four overlapping halves of Earth Four Hemispheres 1. Northern Hemisphere 2. Southern Hemisphere 3. Eastern Hemisphere 4. Western Hemisphere
The Northern and Southern Hemisphere are created by an imaginary east-west line known as the equator.
The Eastern and Western Hemisphere are created by an imaginary north-south line known as the prime meridian.
Latitude – imaginary parallel lines that run around Earth in an east-west direction; one of these lines is known as the Equator. Parallel – another name for a line of latitude
Longitude – imaginary lines that run in a north-south direction from one pole to another; one of these lines is known as the Prime Meridian Meridian – another name for a line of longitude
Global Grid – a pattern of crossed lines formed by lines of latitude and lines of longitude.
On Page R16 of your Social Studies book, find the geographic address of the following places: 1. Oslo, Norway 2. Krakow, Poland 3. Kiev, Ukraine
On Page R10 of your Social Studies book, find the geographic address of the following places: 1. St. Petersburg, Russia 2. Bursa, Turkey 3. Hangzhou, China
Lines of latitude and lines longitude cross one another. They form a grid system around the earth.
GEOGRAPHY REVIEW Thank you, Ms. Wampole!. Mapmakers often use the color blue on maps to stand for A. Mountains B. the Eastern Hemisphere C. the North.
Viewpoints Chapter 6, Section 2. Latitude and Longitude Latitude and Longitude Latitude and Longitude An imaginary grid system used to accurately locate.
DG 1 1.What imaginary line separates the Northern and Southern hemispheres? 2. What is the “grid system”? 3. What are the cardinal directions? 4. What.
Todays Directions 1.Get out your homework: Moving Day and Food for Thought if you did not turn it in yet. 2.Get out your notebook and label your table.
Definitions Hemisphere: Half of the globe created by the prime meridian or the equator. Equator: An imaginary line around the middle of the earth that.
Map Skills Latitude and Longitude Latitude Equator Equator An imaginary line that goes around the middle of the Earth at its widest point.An imaginary.
Warm Up How many themes of Geography are there? 2. What are the seven continents of the world? 3. What are the earths four oceans? 4. What is the.
Maps & Globes Geography Unit II. Maps & Globes There are three important lines that help us find our way around the world. 1.Equator 2.Prime Meridian.
Learning Target: I can identify and explain the important parts of a map. Warm Up: List the 5 themes of geography and explain how each theme is represented.
Introduction to Maps & Geography. Hemispheres: Latitude: Latitude lines are imaginary lines on the earth's surface. They run east and west around the.
Map Skills 1. Continents 2. Oceans 3. Equator/Prime Meridian.
The precise point where a place is located on Earth. Hint: Using longitude and latitude lines! a.absolute location b.relative location c.directions d.distortion.
Lets learn how to read and make. A map is a flat (two dimensional) description of a specific area of land. What are maps? Click the globe to learn even.
Objectives Compare and contrast latitude and longitude. Latitude and Longitude Describe how time zones vary. –cartography –equator –latitude –longitude.
Latitude and Longitude. What is Latitude and Longitude????
Print the map on the next page for student use. All maps used in this PowerPoint are from: Geographic Knowledge GLE (3, 5)
Latitude and Longitude How do we find places on maps?
Geography Knowledge Challenge Respectfully Submitted C. Stephen Ingraham 2011.
7th Grade Maps and Geography Unit S. Smith Room 603.
Typical Graph This is an example of a typical graph we are all familiar with. The graph is made up of different points with lines that connect the points.
Guided Notes on Latitude and Longitude. Define Cartography: ► Cartography is the science of mapmaking.
200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300.
Geography Handbook pp Landforms Map Elements Bodies of Water CanyonBasinCapeCliffContinentDeltaDivideGlacierHighlandHillIslandIsthmusLowlandMesaMountain.
THE ANGULAR DISTANCE NORTH OR SOUTH OF THE EQUATOR PARALLELS OF LATITUDE CONSISTS OF ALL POINTS HAVING THE SAME LATITUDE LIEING ON A CIRCLE WHICH IS PARALLEL.
Map Elements August 31, In this activity you will: Learn about the elements of a map: latitude, longitude, the hemispheres, directions, time zone,
Free Powerpoint Templates Page 1 Free Powerpoint Templates W.G.: Map Notes and Exercise by Mrs. Huffer.
Longitude and Latitude Invisible lines of Our Earth.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 3 Lesson 1 Understanding Regions 20 Questions!
MAP SKILLS VOCABULARY Third Grade T. Adams. Integrated Social Studies Standards: SS3G1 The student will locate major topographical features. a. Identify.
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