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To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 11 Lesson 1 Water Changes Deserts 20 Questions!
To Next Slide a person who has no permanent home but keeps moving from place to place. nomad
To Next Slide How were the Hohokam able to build settlements in the desert? They dug irrigation canals to carry water to their settlements and to desert land.
To Next Slide cloudburst A sudden heavy rain.
To Next Slide Deep water-carved gully or ditch. arroyo
To Next Slide When might you expect to see water in a desert stream or river? When mountain snows have melted or after it has rained.
To Next Slide A large pipe or canal built to carry water. Aqueduct
To Next Slide How do people in the desert get most of their water? From reservoirs and wells.
To Next Slide someone who moves from farm to farm with the seasons, harvesting crops. Migrant worker
To Next Slide Why can more people live in and visit the desert Southwest today? It has more water.
To Next Slide Thats All! Keep Sharp Minds!
Africa Chapter 1 Vocabulary Review Click once to see the definition, click again to see the definition with the key word.
To Next Slide Unit 2 Chapter 5 Lesson 4 Linking Waterways.
Hopi Of the Southwest SS4H1 The student will describe how early Native American cultures developed in North America. Locate where Native Americans settled.
People and the Environment
Land and Water in Your Area. The surface features of a place. geography.
Jeopardy Migration Early American Cultures Rise of Empires RandomVocabulary Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
Mini - Lecture Grade Three California and Farm Workers.
What are some ways people use water? About 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered with water. Over 96% of all the water is salt water.
California’s Water Resources
Jeopardy $100 Topic 1Topic 2Topic 3Topic 4Topic 5 $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400.
Geography of Ancient Egypt
CHAPTER 2 PATTERNS OF LIFE. POPULATION DISTRIBUTION The way people are spread out in different places throughout the world The way people are spread out.
Ancient Civilization very old a highly organized society (group of people)
Peoples of the Southwest
The Geography of Ancient Mesopotamia Chapter 3: Lesson 1.
Uncontrolled Water Supply in the River Valley
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Social Studies Chapter 1 Review California’s Natural Regions.
Chapter 2 Mountain Communities. Plains 3,ooo miles from north to south 700 miles east to west Summers hot Winters are cold.
Rain might make us wet and it can spoil our fun but it provides all the water we use in our homes. It also provides the water we.
Chapter 2, Lesson 3 ACOS # 3: Compare major Native American cultures in respect to geographic region, natural resources, government, and religion. ACOS.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Rivers Change the Land 20 Questions!
To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 12 Lesson 3 Using Western Lands 20 Questions!
Chapter 5 Lesson 1 Notes. I. Fertile Crescent A. shaped like a quarter moon B. covers present day Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Israel The modern countries.
Changes to Farming in West India (Kerala)[Date] Today I will: - Be able to describe and explain the changes which have taken place in Kerala. Geography.
Irrigation: a way of supplying water to crops with streams, ditches, or pipes Staple: a main crop that is used for food Ceremony: a special event.
Mesopotamia Title: Geography. Do Now This week in history, Los Angeles was founded by Spanish Settlers in Much has changed since that day..
Study Guide Chapter 1. They walked across the bridge 1. What is one theory how early people migrated from Asia to the Americans?
Geography of the Fertile Crescent. Where is Mesopotamia? Mesopotamia is known as the land “between the rivers” Is located between Asia Minor, in the North,
Mesopotamia 8,000 BC Start with a story: imagine you are a farmer living near Southwest Asia. The yearly flood which makes farming possible has not come.
To Next Slide Unit 2 Chapter 4 Lesson 3 Cities Face Challenges 20 Questions!
Chapter 7, Lesson 2 Life in the Americas It Matters Because: Long before the arrival of Europeans, people in the Americas created complex societies.
Chapter 5: Ancient Egypt
The Rise of Sumerian City-States
Do Now Title: intro to Mesopotamia
Westward Expansion: A time period in America during the late 18oo’s when people started settling west of the Mississippi River.
Before: Skim and Scan Section 1 and write a short prediction .
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A flood happens when too much rain falls brought by stormy weather and stormy winds. Rivers burst their banks and the water spills onto the land strong.
Chapter 1 California’s Geography Study Guide Answers:
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 4 A Rich Fertile Land 20 Questions!
Geography and the Early settlement of India
Geography of the Arabian Peninsula
Geography of Mesopotamia. Questions and Titles Geography of Mesopotamia.
To Next Slide Unit 4 Chapter 8 Lesson 2 Amber Waves of Grain 20 Questions!
To Next Slide Unit 3 Chapter 7 Lesson 2 The Growth of Piedmont Cities 20 Questions!
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