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100 200 400 300 400 Definitions True/Fals e Fill in the Blank 300 200 400 200 100 500 100 Short Answer Drawing Pictures 200 300 400 100 500 F I N A L J E O P A R D Y!
1,1 w 1: $100 A place where a river or stream begins, often in highlands is known as… What is a source (of a river)
1,2 2: $100 What is true The mouth of a river is usually at the ocean or sea.
1,3 3: $100 What is a strait A narrow stretch of water joining 2 larger bodies of water is a ________________.
1,4 4: $100 What is a cape (a point of land that extends into a river, lake, sea or ocean) and a peninsula is an AREA of land that stretches into a lake or ocean, surrounded on 3 sides by water What is the difference between a a cape and a peninsula?
1,5 5: $100 Draw a picture of a river, identifying the mouth and source
2,1 1: $200 A pointed area of land that extends into a body of water (such as an ocean or sea) is a… What is a cape
2,2 2: $200 What is false (higher) A plateau is flat land at a lower elevation than a plain
2,3 3: $200 What is an isthmus A narrow stretch of land connecting 2 larger land areas is a ____________.
2,4 4: $200 What is a small river or stream that flows into a large river or stream; a branch of a river Define tributary
4,1 1: $400 A low area surrounded by higher land (in the shape of a bowl); it is drained by a river and its branches What is a basin
4,2 2: $400 A valley is in an area of high land between hills or mountains What is false (low land)
4,3 3: $400 A place where a stream or river flows into a larger body of water is a _______________. What is a mouth (of a river)
4,4 4: $400 What is the difference and similarity between a gulf and a bay? SIMILARITY: What is a part of a large body of water that extends into a shoreline DIFFERENCE: What is a gulf is larger than a bay
FINAL JEOPARDY! What is the difference between a rainforest and a desert?
What is a desert (an area of land, either hot or cold, that receives less than 10 inches of precipitation per year and it is very dry); a rainforest is a dense, evergreen forest with an annual rainfall of 100 inches or more and is usually located in the tropics.