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-Create 1 Frayer Chart in your Social Studies Journal. -It should have Geographic Region in the middle. Frayer Chart Definition Examples Non-examples Representation Chapter 1 Section 1 33 Draw It. Geographic Region
Write Textbook Guide at the top of the next empty page. With your groups, you have 5 minutes to find the page numbers (start# – end#) of the following parts of the textbook. -Atlas #-# -Glossary #-# -Spanish Glossary #-# -Index #-# -Table of Contents #-# -Constitution Handbook #-#
With your group, you have 5 minutes to describe what PAGES you find before and after the following parts of each chapter. The Timeline page is after ________ and before _________. Key Vocabulary Page is after ________ and before __________. Essential Question page is before __________.
Individually, examine the map on page 7. Write two sentences or more that explain the purpose of this map. You must use the term Geographic Region in one of the sentences. Example: The purpose of the map on page 7 is to show____...
Chapter 1, Sections 2 and 3 1. North Carolina lies in a region known as the _______ – a strip of warm-weather states that runs across the southern United States. (highlighted) 2.The __________ is all the living and nonliving things that make up a region. (highlighted) 3.The thick, black ____ is a mixture of clay, sand, and decaying plants, and covers most of the Coastal Plain. (highlighted) When finished, draw a picture of a friend. Sun-Belt environment loam