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Row 1, Col 1 What are lines of latitude? Parallel lines that measure distance north and south of the equator.
1,2 What is Discrimination ? The unfair treatment of people because of their race, religion, sex, age, or disability.
1,3 What is a tariff? A tax on imports.
1,4 What is a conquistador? A Spanish conqueror.
2,1 What are lines of longitude? ____________, or meridians, measure distance east and west of the prime meridian.
2,2 What is Citizenship? The rights and responsibilities of a citizen.
2,3 What is International trade? Trade between nations.
2,4 Who is Robert de LaSalle? A French explorer, who claimed the Mississippi Valley for France.
3,1 What are cardinal directions? N (North), S (South), E (East), and W (West) are known as ?
3,2 What is civil rights? Are those rights guaranteed to all citizens according to the Constitution.
3,3 What is inflation? An increase in the average price of all goods and services.
3,4 Who were Lewis and Clarks? Led an expedition in 1804-1806 explored the Louisiana Territory.
4,1 What are Intermediate directions ? D irections in between N, S, E, and W, such as NE, NW, SE, and SW.
4,2 What is NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) - an agreement among the western allies to defend one another in case of outside attack.
4,3 What is Specialization ? The use of resources to produce only a single or a few kinds of goods or services.
4,4 Who is Hernando de Soto? Spanish explorer who set out from Cuba to explore the southern part of what is the United States today.
5,1 What is an atlas? An organized collection of maps in one book.
5,2 What are anti-federalist and federalist? The first two political parties formed around Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton
5,3 What is a command system? 35. An economic system in which the government controls the production and distribution of goods and services
5,4 Who were Marquette and Joliet Frenchmen traveling in canoes, explored the Mississippi River to the mouth of the Arkansas River
compass rose: cardinal directions: intermediate directions: latitude: parallel: a symbol that shows the directions on a map. the directions north,
SKILLS FOR A SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL STUDIES YEAR! Read the information and click on the speaker to hear more information. Complete your note sheet as you travel.
All About Maps Types, Tools, and Use. Physical Maps – Show mountains, lakes, rivers, and other physical features Political Maps – Show boundaries such.
LATITUDE LONGITUDE REVIEW. WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF SCALE? To find the approximate distance between two points.
Shows the distance on map compared with its actual distance.
Geography Skills Is the Earth flat? Is the Earth flat? How do you know whether it is or isn’t? How do you know whether it is or isn’t? Who made the first.
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Find that place.. Find that content Longitude, East is to the right, West is to the left of the Prime Meridian or 0 degrees Latitude, North is going.
Map Skills. Geography The study of the earth’s surface and the way people use it The study of the earth’s surface and the way people use it.
Map Skills Vocabulary. Globe - A round model of the earth that shows its shape, lands, and directions as they truly relate to one another.
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Longitude and Latitude. Map of the World The Equator and Prime Meridian.
Lines of Latitude and Longitude. Latitude Latitude: A line on a map or globe that runs east and west and measures distance north or south of the equator.
Theme 4 - Location Where is It?Where is It? Why is It There?Why is It There? Two Types of Location Absolute Relative.
Map skills. lines of LATITUDE Lines around the globe that measure distance from the equator.
Map Skills Vocabulary. Copy the following vocabulary words into your SS notebook. cardinal directions compass rose equator hemisphere intermediate directions.
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Geography Jeopardy. Definitions Latitude and Longitude Where in the USA? ContinentsOceans 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt Bonus Question.
Latitude and Longitude The location of any place on Earth can be described using latitude and longitude lines.
Map Coordinates Review. Equator A line that divides the planet into northern and southern hemispheres Has a measure of 0 degrees of Latitude.
Distance measure in degrees- from 0 o to 90 o North or South of the equator Equator- primary reference point Lines are called parallels- form complete.
Finding Your Way in the World Latitude and Longitude.
Who wants to be a millionaire??? 6 th Grade. Any line of latitude north or south of the equator is a __________. Parallel.
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Map Skills. Classwork Complete “Latitude and Longitude” worksheet. Continue working on your “Types of Communities” graphic organizer.
Map skills. Words to know p. 16 Equator Prime meridian Latitude Longitude Hemisphere Scale Legend Compass rose Political map Physical map We will learn.
Latitude and Longitude. Latitude- the distance in degrees north or south of the equator The latitude of the equator is 0° (degrees) What is latitude?
Finding locations on the Earth. Latitude (parallels) imaginary lines drawn around the earth parallel to the equator definition – the distance north or.
To Next Slide Social Studies Chapter 3 Age of Exploration 20 Questions! T. Sams Assisted by Olivia Byrd Piedmont Elementary.
Studying Geography CHAPTER 1 – LESSON 2. I. Globes A. A spherical scale model of the planet. B. Best shows the sizes of continents and shapes of landmasses.
Basic Map Vocabulary. A map is a graphic representation of a place.
Book Definition In your own words… Picture Latitude Distance in degrees north or south of the equator.
Explorers The Age of Exploration 4 th Grade. Motivations The motivations of most explorers were “God, gold and glory” for themselves and for their countries.
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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.
Map Skills Essential Question: What basic map skills should I know? Vocabulary Atlas.
Latitude and Longitude. Latitude is measured from the equator, with positive values going north and negative values going south. Longitude is measured.
Mrs. Emily W. Pleasants. Geography Geography is concerned with the distribution of people and things and the location of places on the earth's surface,
Map Millionaire A:B: ScaleMap Key The first thing you should look at on a map C:D: TitleSymbols.
Basic Geography Terms Advanced World Geography. 5 Themes of Geography LocationPlaceH.E.IMovementRegion.
Map Skills How do we use maps?. What are maps? What do you see on the cow? Maps are a way for us to see what the world looks like. It is a method that.
Geography: The Study of Earth Core Concepts 1.1. Essential Question: Why do geographers study the Earth and how do they do it affectively? Geography-The.
Latitude Latitude lines run east and west and measure north or south. The Equator is at 0 degrees latitude.
Explain the importance of New Orleans and the crisis over its port. Describe how the United States gained the Louisiana Purchase. Discuss Lewis and Clark’s.
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