We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byMichael Dolan
Modified over 3 years ago
The Island of the Blue Dolphins Chapters 1-5 Review
a sandy area at the water’s edge
a hollow in the earth usually opening into a hillside
a steep, rocky slope along a coastline
a small, protected bay
a small crack in a rocky hillside
a hill of sand built up by the wind
a narrow canyon with steep, rocky walls
a tract of land surrounded by water
another name for seaweed
a unit of distance that is about 3 miles
a shelf of rock
a high, flat plateau of land
a long pathway between two hillsides
a ridge of rock near the water’s edge
another name for a path
a black, sticky substance
How old were Karana and Ramo?
Karana was 12, Ramo was 6.
What is the Chief’s name?
The Chief’s name was Chief Chowig and he was killed by the Aleuts.
What is the main setting of the story?
The main setting of the story so far is Coral Cove, on the Island of the Blue Dolphins.
Do you think the Aleuts ever meant to trade fairly with Chief Chowig?
No, I don’t think the Aleuts can be trusted.
What event was considered good fortune to the people of Ghalas-at?
The villagers thought that the school of white bass that were washed up near the shore was a sign of good fortune.
What did the villagers believe was bad luck?
The villagers believed it was bad luck to give away your secret name.
What animal did the Aleuts come to the island to hunt?
The Aleuts came to the island to hunt sea otter.
LANDFORMS “The earth is the Lord’s and all it contains.” Psalm 24:1.
Aqueduct - large pipes or canals that carry water over
Unit C Chapter 6 Lesson 1 C6 – C11
Geography Picture Dictionary One
Archipelago: A large group of islands
Land and Water Geographical Terms Atoll- circle of coral islands that surround a lagoon.
Landforms. Lake A body of water surrounded by land.
LANDFORMS. TRIBUTARY A river or stream flowing into a larger river or lake.
Landforms By Matheus brito. Mountain range A mountain range is a group or chain of mountains that are close together. Mountain ranges are usually separated.
Geography Terms World Regions 7.
By Kirk Mowl * This story takes place on the San Nicolas island. There are tons of places on San Nicolas island, like Coral Cove, the Village, the Aleut.
S CIENCE S TUDY G UIDE Chapter Six. The rocky outer layer of the Earth’s surface is called the crust. Rocks break down during a destructive process called.
Geographic Landforms by: Ms. Hilgen. Geographic Landforms by: Ms. Hilgen.
Do You Know Physical Features?
Summary 1 Karana and her brother Ramo went to pick up roots on top of the island that they lived on which was known as "Island of the Blue Dolphins". While.
GEOGRAPHY TERMS THESE ARE THE KEY TERMS/FEATURES ASSOCIATED WITH THE PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF OUR PLANET LEARN THEM…..KNOW THEM…..LIVE THEM!!!!!
Play-Doh Landforms Use your Play-Doh to make the landform shown in the picture. Then write down notes.
ABC Book of Landforms By Mylan.
Natural Features of Continents Landforms click to continue.
Changes to the Earth’s Surface: Erosion. 5.7B Earth’s surface is constantly changing and consists of useful resources. Recognize how landforms such as.
Landforms Mrs. Law’s 5 th Grade SAIL Class September 2010.
Landforms. Archipelago a group of islands Archipelago a group of islands.
Glacier Landforms Wave Erosion Shorelines are being constantly eroded by waves, tides, and chemical weathering. Sea cliffs are produced.
Landfor m Review. Part of land that rises noticeably above the rest of the land Hill.
Landfor m Review. Triangular piece of land formed from deposits at the mouth of a river Delta.
Gulf A large part of the ocean that extends into land.
Fourth Grade Science and Social Studies
Wave Erosion 16.2 Review.
Landforms A natural formation or area of land, like a mountain, valley, or plain.
What am I? A Landforms Quiz
What forces shape a shoreline? A shoreline is where land and a body of water meets. Strong waves may erode material Gentle waves may deposit material Oceans.
Coastal Landforms. - Cliffs and wave cut platforms - Beaches - Caves, arches, stacks and stumps - Headlands and bays - Spits - Summary.
Created by Science Teachers Unit 4 Lesson ChangesTimeForcesAgents
A deep valley with very steep sides - often carved from the Earth by a river. canyon.
Geological Features of Earth 4 th Grade Science 7.) Describe geological features of Earth, including bodies of water, beaches, ocean ridges, continental.
Unit 2 Physical Geography.
What’s Left Behind: Redepositing After Weathering—THEN WHAT?
Landforms: In Texas and around the United States
Bodies of Water and Landforms. Oceans Large bodies of SALT water the surround a continent. Large bodies of SALT water the surround a continent.
By: Helen Chaney OKAGE Teacher Consultant. Continents One of Seven Largest bodies of land.
Unit 1 Lesson 3 Erosion and Deposition by Water Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
Landforms Geography of the World.
Conditions differ as you move away from shore.. Ocean environments change with depth and distance from shore. Near shore environments are called the neritic.
The Language of Landforms ….. What are landforms? Landforms are the natural shapes or features of land. When we learn about the landscape of the earth,
Waves and wind batter the coast. In some places the waves erode the land along the coast. This high cliff has rocks that have tumbled down.
Destructive Processes Weathering is the breakdown of rocks by the action of rain, cold, snow, etc. at or near Earth’s surface. Mechanical weathering breaks.
Unit 1 Lesson 3 Erosion and Deposition by Water
Landforms 101 Landforms are categorized by ______, changes in elevation. relief.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.