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This explains what the symbols on a map mean
What is a map key or legend ?
A map that shows where people live or how many people live in different areas
What is a population map ?
The 4 main directions of a compass rose: N, E, S, & W
What are Cardinal directions?
Imaginary lines on a map or globe that measure the distance North or South from the Equator
What is latitude?
The line from which all other lines of longitude are measured
What is the Prime Meridian?
A person who travels to a place for religious reasons
What is a pilgrim?
The first permanent English settlement in the New World
What is Jamestown?
The Indian who helped the Pilgrims survive by teaching them how to plant corn
Who is Squanto?
The Pilgrims settlement in Massachusetts
What is Plymouth?
The leader of the colony at Jamestown
Who is John Smith?
Third President; He wrote the Declaration of Independence.
Who is Thomas Jefferson?
People who come to another country to live
Who are immigrants?
The inventor of the cotton gin
Who is Eli Whitney?
Member of the House of Burgesses, he spoke out against taxes. He said, Give me liberty or give me death.
Who is Patrick Henry?
American general who was defeated by the Sioux at the Battle of Little Big Horn
Who is General George Custer?
A place along a coastline where ships can dock safely
What is a harbor?
Streams or small rivers which flow into larger rivers or bodies of water
What are tributaries?
The place where a river empties into the ocean or another large body of water
What is a mouth?
Part of an ocean, sea, or lake that cuts deeply into the land
What is a bay?
A waterway for ships that is dug across the land
What is a canal?
Land set aside for Indians to live on
What is a reservation?
To be able to provide for ones own needs
What is self-sufficient?
A special way a group of people does something
What is a custom?
The surrounding in which a person, plant, or animal lives
What is environment?
Using resources to meet peoples needs and wants
What is economy?
Geography and Map Skills A. Fortunato. Types of Maps Physical map = shows the terrain and natural features of the land. Political map = shows human.
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Geography and the United States Chapter 1. geography The study of our physical surroundings and how humans interact with them. Often geography is.
Globes and maps. Latitude – Imaginary lines on a map or a globe running from east to west across the world, but measuring north to south, also called.
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5 Themes of Geography Copyright © Clara Kim All rights reserved.
Social Studies Geography Vocabulary. Globe a 3D image of the Earth and all of the land and water.
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.
Do Now: -Give the absolute location* of your class seat -Give the relative location* of your class seat.
Map Making Directions Land Forms Latitude & Longitude TODALS Types of Maps
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.
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by Kristi Schirrmacher EDU 221 ~ Spring 2013 What are Landforms? Landforms are natural features of the Earth’s surface.
What is Geography?Geography Geography is the study of place and space. Study of human activity, the natural environment, and the relationship between.
Landforms. Bay Part of a large body of water that extends into a shoreline, generally smaller than a gulf. Tampa Bay.
Social Studies Map Skills 4 th Grade GPS: SS4G1. GLOBE A globe is a map of the Earth.
Map Skills Vocabulary Mrs. Martin Grade 3. ► We live on the planet _______________. ► A ____________________ is a flat model of the Earth’s surface. We.
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What can geography teach us about the United States?
FUNDAMENTALS OF SOCIAL STUDIES WHAT DO WE NEED TO KNOW TO BE GOOD SOCIAL SCIENTISTS AND HISTORIANS?
Map Skills. Quick Review: Where do we live? Planet Earth.
Jeopardy ContinentsOceans Maps Landforms Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Lines.
Glossary. climate the weather conditions of a particular place or region over the four seasons of the year.
GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES By Stephanie Ellegood Graves Central Elementary School.
Geography notes September 4, Sources of Information -Prehistory: period of time before writing. -Before writing, people could only leave physical.
MAPS A drawing of the earth shown on a flat surface.
Illustrated Glossary Integrated Social Studies/English Language Arts Curriculum (Grade 3) ©Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES Curriculum & Instructional.
Social Studies Map Skills Map Keys, symbols V. Martinez.
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5 Themes of Geography include: 1. Place 2. Location 3. Region 4. Movement 5. Human-Environment Interaction Understanding the 5 themes helps geographers.
Social Studies Review Oceans and Continents Test.
Geography of the United States Chapter 1. geography The study of our physical surroundings and how humans interact with them.
U.S. Physical Geography Map Skills & Landforms. Grids, Latitude and Longitude.
Map Skills SOL USI.1f&g. Map Vocabulary A GLOBE is a scale model of the earth. A MAP is a flat diagram of all or part of the earth’s surface. An ATLAS.
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