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Using the notes we took on Friday, what is the definition of Geography?
“Allah’s Recruits” 1.What are the reasons that people may not think Jamal Harwood is a Muslim?
1.What is the estimated number of Muslim converts in the U.S. and Europe?
What is the percentage of Americans who have a positive image of Islam? 20% Why do you think that is? How do you feel about this?
1. Location 2.Place 3.Interaction between people and their Environment
4. Movement 5. Region
Position on the Earth’s surface
RELATIVE LOCATION –Chicago is in the State of Illinois
ABSOLUTE LOCATION –Using the lines of latitude and longitude
Measures the distance north and south of the Equator
Measures the distance east and west of the Prime Meridian
What is the difference between Absolute and Relative Location?
On a map which direction do the lines of Longitude and Latitude go? What does Longitude and Latitude measure the distance from?
Places are described in terms of their physical and human characteristics
Physical Characteristics –Landforms, climate, soil, and animal life of a place
Human Characteristics –People’s way of life Their activities Means of transportation Religion, languages
People change the world around them Clear forests Plow Fields
Hidden Costs 1.Polluted air, water and land
PEOPLE ADAPT Don’t change environment but adapt to it
BELL RINGER WHAT IS INTERACTION BETWEEN PEOPLE AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT? Give one example
Movement of People, Goods, and Ideas
MIGRATION: travel from place to place Food Freedom Natural disasters War, Against their will
TRADE Exports = sent out of country Imports = goods brought into country
IDEAS SPREAD Such as Religion
INTERDENPENDENCE Dependence of countries on goods, resources, and knowledge
CONTINENTS RELIGION ECONOMIC FEATURES POLITICAL WORLD
PAKISTAN described in terms of Continent = SOUTH ASIA Religion = MUSLIM WORLD
WELCOME TO SOCIAL STUDIES!!!
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