Ppt on asian continent map

Chapter One A Continent of Villages. Part One: Introduction.

pyramid that covered 15 acres at its based and rose as high as a ten-story building. Part Three: Settling the Continent Who are the Indian people? The name “Indian” came from Christopher Columbus’ mistaken belief he had reached the Indies. “/ suggesting a land bridge from the Old World to the New World. Beringia Map: Migration Route from Asia to America New genetic research links American Indians and northwest Asians. Beringia land bridge created between Siberia and Alaska when glaciers locked up enough /


Chapter 1 A Continent of Villages to 1500 Chapter 1 A Continent of Villages to 1500 © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. OUT OF MANY A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN.

by about 30,000 people by mid-1200 Farmers with highly productive cultivation techniques Craftsmen producing goods for continent-wide trade Center of long-distance trading system City-state sponsored by tribute and taxation Mounds were monuments / humans as well. 8© 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Migration from Asia Map: Migration Routes from Asia to America New genetic research links American Indians and northwest Asians. Beringia land bridge between Siberia and Alaska Glaciers locked up enough water to/


Europe & Russia 9-13-12. What is the world’s largest landmass? Europe and Russia = Part of Eurasia Eurasia = 2 continents What two continents? Europe.

. 12 Peninsula = body of land nearly surrounded by water. Is Europe a peninsula? Yes, the continent of Europe is a peninsula. What ocean surrounds the European peninsula? Atlantic Ocean Does Europe have smaller /in what? Shipping Industry Please Turn to page 4 Look at the small physical map of Russia Russia lies on much of what ocean? Arctic Ocean What shipping issues/Why are the Ural Mountains important? It divides the European & Asian parts of Russia To the west of the Ural Mts. is...? The European part of /


ASIA Sam B 7B Use your atlas page 140-143 to complete this study about the continent of ASIA.

study about the continent of ASIA The Asian Region The part of Russia that is in Europe Land that is not in Asia Asia The boundaries of Asia What you have to do: Find a map of ASIA that shows natural features The arrows on the next map point to /names inside it. SAVE your work Boundaries of ASIA The continent of Europe The Ural mountains The continent of Africa The Ural River The continent of Australia Oceans and Seas of ASIA What you have to do: The next map shows the names of the seas and oceans in and /


Physical Geography of South Asia: The Land Where Continents Collided South Asia’s major landforms, including the massive Himalayan mountains, were created.

the Maldives Subcontinent—large landmass that’s smaller than a continent -called Indian Subcontinent because India dominates the region Though/Asian river -it’s shorter than the Indus, Brahmaputra -flows 1,500 miles from Himalayan glacier to Bay of Bengal -drains area three times France; home to 350 million people Provides drinking and farming water, transportation Known as Gangamai—“Mother Ganges” -becomes the Padma where it meets the Brahmaputra Human-Environment Interaction SECTION 3 NEXT Continued... Map/


1. Europe is the second smallest continent with roughly 4 million square miles. 2. Europe is designated as a continent for political reasons. There is.

former countries have been conquered and no longer appear on maps. 13. The great Roman inventions so often cited by scholars/ States Satellite View of Europe 3,800 square miles REGIONSREGIONSREGIONSREGIONS REGIONSREGIONSREGIONSREGIONS Continents by Size (sq. km.) Asia44,579,000Africa30,065,000 North/Count Dracula”) Ural Mountains: “The Great Divide” e Divides the European and Asian sections of Russia. 1500 miles The Ural Mountains PlainsPlainsPlainsPlains PlainsPlainsPlainsPlains Northern European Plain /


CHAPTER 9 PLATE TECTONICS. Exploring the Ocean Floor Ocean Drilling & Mapping Ocean Drilling & Mapping The Glomar ChallengerThe Glomar Challenger.

,000 kmExtends for 70,000 km Through all major oceansThrough all major oceans Exploring the Ocean Floor Ocean Mapping Revealed: Ocean Mapping Revealed:  Seamounts & Seamount chains Underwater volcanoes Underwater volcanoes Found through all the major oceans Found through/ direction is not known. May be related to the collision of India into the Asian continent.May be related to the collision of India into the Asian continent. Plate changed direction about 43-45 mya Motion & Direction of Plates How fast are/


Pakistan The Islamic Republic of Pakistan was founded as an

of Pakistan was founded as an independent nation in 1947 following the end of colonial rule in the South Asian sub-continent. Pakistan Pakistan was founded on the principle of establishing a home-land for the Muslims of India. Today/ shall be autonomous and sovereign.” - Muslim League Session, March 23, 1940. Pakistan INDEPENDENCE On August 14, 1947 the map of the Indian sub-continent was redrawn. The period of colonial rule ended and the region was partitioned into two separate nations. The face of the/


AFRICA – A Diverse Continent

each of the vegetation zones or biomes can be found at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biomes Africa - population Population density map (number of people per km²) Source: Wikpedia Creative Commons Image How do the countries of Africa compare to the countries of /and have stayed on. In some parts of East Africa, there are also large numbers of people of Asian origin. A final reminder - Africa is a continent that shows great diversity: there is extreme poverty and vast wealth; there are people who suffer from /


Sub- Saharan Africa. Geography The worlds second largest continent most nations of any continent –Newest country South Sudan Location and Effects –Above.

s Natural Resources Rich source of resources Mineral Resources (see map)(see map) Resources unevenly distributed Gold and Diamonds Profits from African nations/temps & Dry Season Major Feature –Savanna – most people - grasslands that cover half the continent. More rain near the equator support plant and wild life –Sahel: semi-arid; separates / as high as 130 F –Traders traveled across the Sahara Diffusion of European, Asian, and African cultures Kalahari – Southern Africa –More rain than the Sahara allows /


TOWARDS AN UNIFIED EURASIA CONTINENT INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE Naoyuki Yoshino Dean, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) 1.

TOWARDS AN UNIFIED EURASIA CONTINENT INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE Naoyuki Yoshino Dean, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) nyoshino@adbi.org 1 2 Y=AF(N, Kp, Kg) Enhancing Infrastructure Investment and Financial Stability Maintain/ period Diffe rence Non- affected group GDP growth rate 8.38.50.2 Affected Group GDP growth rate 7.29.42.2 17 Qinghai-Tibet Railway Map Tibet Railway R 2 = 19 20 Japanese Bullet Train Japanese Bullet Train Estimation results by group of prefectures 21 Group 3 Group 5Group 7Group Con./


North American Country: United States of America 11/18/20151Jackie Martinez S.S. Period 9 Sample Project Continent of North America: Locator Map of the.

S.S. Period 9 Sample Project Continent of North America: Locator Map of the United States Political Map of the United States North American Country: United States Culture Trait (1): Social Groups Ethnic Groups White 79.96% Black 12.85% Asian 4.43% Amerindian and Alaska /, Spanish, and Central or South American origin living in the US who may be of any race or ethnic group (white, black, Asian, etc.) – About 15.1% of the total US population is Hispanic 11/18/2015Jackie Martinez S.S. Period 8/92 Nationality =/


MAP Reviews: 1. 2 Which seems to go along best with your handout?

(100s CE) wrote Guide to Geog. (8-vol.) -he established “maps” & ways to make maps that lasted for about 1000 years ------------------------------- After Romans, world "became" flat for Europeans -Asians (Chinese & Muslims) kept improving European Age of Explor. & Discovery( 1400/the sea route between two South Pacific islands. Modern maps show the locations of these Marshall Islands. 15 Map Scale: How much does it show? 5 streets? City? Country? Or..Continent? Locally or local scale: large scale; see /


Regions of North America Physical Map Activity Warm Up List the states you have visited and tell me which one you like the best and why?

Regions of North America Physical Map Activity Warm Up List the states you have visited and tell me which one you like the best and why? What is North America? Continent / Landmass in the North & West Hemisphere What countries are included? –Canada –United States –Mexico –Caribbean Islands –/ high-tech sectors in cities Increase in tertiary & quaternary industries Increase in ethnic diversity Thematic Map: ASIAN POPULATION in the United States In Class Assignment States and Capitals Worksheet Finish Landform/


Based on a slide show by Ms. Susan M. Pojer. Did You Know? Europe is the second smallest continent with roughly 4 million square miles of land. Europe.

than 70 former countries have been conquered and no longer appear on maps. The Dark Ages in Europe lasted from 476 to 1,000/Dracula”) Ural Mountains: “The Great Divide” e Divides the European and Asian sections of Russia. 1500 miles The Ural Mountains PlainsPlainsPlainsPlains PlainsPlainsPlainsPlains Northern European/. Crimean Pen. Balkan Pen. Anatolean Pen. Peloponnesian Pen. Italian Pen. World Population by Continents Asia3,737,000,000 Africa823,000,000 Europe729,000,000 North America 486,000,000 South /


What do you really know about this mysterious continent?

over 7 feet tall –Well-known for dancing The Malgache (or Malagasy People) of Madagascar The Malagasy People are a Mix of Asian, Arab and African Let’s take a look at the children in Africa. They like to play... dress up… and read! /confused names and event in their heads. When this happened, the facts of some historical events became distorted. Map showing European claimants to the African continent in 1913 Colonization of Africa Literacy Around the World Percentage of adults who are literate 83 to 100 66 /


Unit 2 Is it an African elephant ?. How many continents are there in the world? What are they? 亚洲 --- 欧洲 --- 非洲 --- 北美洲 --- 南美洲 --- 南极洲 --- 大洋洲 --- Asia.

continents are there in the world? What are they? 亚洲 --- 欧洲 --- 非洲 --- 北美洲 --- 南美洲 --- 南极洲 --- 大洋洲 --- Asia Europe Africa North America South America Antarctica Oceania America Australia China Egypt England Brazil How many oceans are there in the world? What are they? 太平洋 --- 印度洋 --- 北冰洋 --- 大西洋 --- the Pacific (Ocean) the Indian (Ocean) the Atlantic (Ocean) the Arctic (Ocean) Know the places on the map/They are __________. African American Asian European Oceanians How many continents are there in the world?/


BORJA SANCHEZ 3ºB SITUATION ON MAP Situated continent, the Japanese archipelago is bounded on the N by the Sea of Okhotsk, on the E and S by the Pacific.

BORJA SANCHEZ 3ºB SITUATION ON MAP Situated continent, the Japanese archipelago is bounded on the N by the Sea of Okhotsk, on the E and S by the Pacific Ocean, on the SW by the East China Sea, and on the W by the Sea of Japan / East Sea. off the eastern edge of the Asian Situated continent, the Japanese archipelago is bounded on/


Copy down questions (5). Use map on page 439 to answer. Please have planner on table. 1.What country is located on the southern tip of the African continent?

Copy down questions (5). Use map on page 439 to answer. Please have planner on table. 1.What country is located on the southern tip of the African continent? 2.What countries border Zimbabwe? 3.Which country is an island in the Indian / hit countries in Africa Page 441 One major challenge is ---------. European South Africans enjoy a high standard of living while… Most black, Asian and mixed-group SA’s live in rural areas and crowded -------- Page 441 Which 2 countries Are enclaves in The Republic of South /


Sumatra Tsunami on 26 December 2004 Asian and Pacific Coasts 2005 September 4-8, 2005, Jeju, Korea MEGA-TSUNAMI IN NORTHEASTERN TAIWAN AT LEAST 12,000.

Tsunami on 26 December 2004 Asian and Pacific Coasts 2005 September /waters and physiographic features reveal the truth. The Taiwan Island has been formed on the eastern edge of the Chinese continent by the collision between the Philippine Sea plate and the Eurasian plate (Suppe 1984; Teng 1990; Hsu & /Island, but also almost all the land around the Pacific Ocean was destroyed. Figure 3. The map of northeastern Taiwan shows that there is an indentation of beautiful arched coastline and the Suao Harbor should/


Political Geography a. Contemporary political map has been shaped by events of the past.

concept – Nation state is a –European idea that the map of states should look like the map of nations aspiration of governing elites around the world; /already occupied and organized by an indigenous society UK - largest colonial empire, on every continent, including E and S Africa, S Asia, Middle East, Australia, Canada –created/ with a rise in nationalism as well as democratization Most African and Asian colonies become independent after WWII and attempted democratization … …. Monarchies: Constitutional/


Bell work #1 Aug. 19 How many continents are there? How many oceans are there? Which has more surface area, oceans or continents? What page can chapter.

tools? Bell work #4 Aug. 24 How are maps and globes similar? How are maps and globes different? What are the five themes of Geography? Which theme / energy begin to increase? Bell work #9 Sept. 1 Which theory suggests that the continents were once part of one supercontinent? What are the three processes of the water cycle?/? The longest river in the United States? Where would you find the biggest population of Asian Americans? How many great lakes are there in the United States? Name them. Bell work/


Bell Ringer 1.Take out US and Canada blank map 2.Turn in to top basket by door 3. Take out a sheet of paper for NOTES.

map 2.Turn in to top basket by door 3. Take out a sheet of paper for NOTES THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA LANDFORMS The United States and Canada make up about 80% of the continent of N. America The United States and Canada make up about 80% of the continent/ Together, China and India are home to 4 out of 10 of the world’s people. Also, the economies of many Asian countries are changing. They are shifting from farming to manufacturing and trade. Such economic activity generally takes place in urban settings. As/


Copy down questions (5). Use map on page 439 to answer. Please have planner on table. 1.What country is located on the southern tip of the African continent?

Copy down questions (5). Use map on page 439 to answer. Please have planner on table. 1.What country is located on the southern tip of the African continent? 2.What countries border Zimbabwe? 3.Which country is an / rest practice traditional African religion One major challenge is ---------. European South Africans enjoy a high standard of living while… Most black, Asian and mixed-group SA’s live in rural areas and crowded -------- Page 441 Millions throughout RSA have contracted the ----- virus which causes/


7 Continents 4 Oceans 7 continents: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, Antarctica.

Antarctica  7 continents:  North //straight?  Chest hair?  Full beard? Caucasians  Height?  Skin?  Hair?  Eyes?  Curly/straight?  Chest hair?  Full beard? Asians  Height?  Skin?  Hair?  Eyes?  Curly/straight ?  Chest hair?  Full beard? Many Latinos  Height?  Skin?  Hair?/?  Eyes?  Curly/straight?  Chest hair?  Full beard? Map Basics  Legend or Key  Compass Rose  Map scale  Longitude and Latitude Lines Maps:  Political  Physical United Kingdom (U.K.) England, Scotland, Wales/


Copy down questions (5). Use map on page 439 to answer. Please have planner on table. 1.What country is located on the southern tip of the African continent?

Copy down questions (5). Use map on page 439 to answer. Please have planner on table. 1.What country is located on the southern tip of the African continent? 2.What countries border Zimbabwe? 3.Which country is an / rest practice traditional African religion One major challenge is ---------. European South Africans enjoy a high standard of living while… Most black, Asian and mixed-group SA’s live in rural areas and crowded -------- Page 441 Millions throughout RSA have contracted the ----- virus which causes/


 All Questions have an answer.  Maps- second slide will have all answers  Charts- second slide have all answers  Multiple Choice –answer will be underlined.

Maps- second slide will have all answers  Charts- second slide have all answers  Multiple Choice –answer will be underlined  Free response answer will pop up  The team with the most points wins! Warm UpMapsGeographyCulture and Religion HistoryGovernment and Economics Which country is least likely to have people using a traditional economy? KKenya JJapan NNigeria SSudan Which Southwest Asian/The Bantu Migration covered large expanse of the African Continent Ethnic groups is  People who share a /


Miss White 5 th Grade. Introduction  You will be learning about  the Earth;  definition of continent  the different continents  geography of the.

connected  Antarctica is by itself  Australia is by itself (with some islands connecting to the Asian continent) Compare & Contrast  Physical geography  Example: Australia vs. Europe  Culture  Example: North America vs. South America  Climate  Example: Antarctica vs. Africa Review  What is a continent?  How many continents are there?  Are all continents the same?  What are some similarities and differences between them? Resources  Wikipedia http://www.commons/


EARLY SOCIETIES OF MESOAMERICA. POSSIBLE MIGRATION ROUTES: INDIANS ARE NOT ONLY ASIANS Genetic Evidence DNA evidence indicates several different sources.

1492 LARGEST GROUP: AMERIND Came From Asia Mitochondrial DNA indicates Likely Asian origin Two likely routes Down the West Coast of the Americas Across/ existing communities to establish new ones Quite common amongst tribes of both continents Major way new tribes were formed Dynastic Migration Ruling elites are said /, facilitated spread of QuechuaSupported centralized government, facilitated spread of Quechua INCA MAP INCA SOCIETY Trade No large merchant class Incas bartered agricultural surplus locally Not/


The History of the Earth The evolution of the continents.

continents together to form mountain belts and tearing them apart to form ocean basins. Over all this time there were other changes taking place: Variation in O 2 levels in the atmosphere. Variation in global temperature. Variation in sea level on several scales. "Plate tectonic maps/and northern Appalachians) by the end of the Silurian. The Siberian/Asian continent was converging on Europe. The North America/Europe continent began to approach Gondwanaland. An extensive trench and volcanic arc developed /


STAAR / EOC Review 2012-2013. Types of Maps Physical Physical landforms, bodies of water, etc.landforms, bodies of water, etc. Political Political Man.

borders/boundaries Historical Historical Thematic Thematic Population Density Maps Population Density Maps Resource or product maps Resource or product maps Latitude and Longitude Latitude -Horizontal, run parallel /W -What city is this point close to? Earth’s Seven Continents Antarctica Antarctica North America North America South America South America Africa Africa/5 pillars of faithFollow the 5 pillars of faith South Asian Religions Hinduism Hinduism Oldest major religionOldest major religion Follows the/


Copy down questions (5). Use map on page 439 to answer. Please have planner on table. 1.What country is located on the southern tip of the African continent?

Copy down questions (5). Use map on page 439 to answer. Please have planner on table. 1.What country is located on the southern tip of the African continent? 2.What countries border Zimbabwe? 3.Which country is an / rest practice traditional African religion One major challenge is ---------. European South Africans enjoy a high standard of living while… Most black, Asian and mixed-group SA’s live in rural areas and crowded -------- Page 441 Millions throughout RSA have contracted the ----- virus which causes/


Make sure all the water is labeled correctly. On your next quiz, you must know: 4 continents 4 oceans Mediterranean, Black, Caspian, Arabian Sea 3 deserts.

Indo China Rainforest Ural Mountains Congo Rainforest You should know the continents/regions. Approximately 200 countries in the world – 53 of them are on the continent of Africa. Do you know your hemispheres? Make sure you do/Map? You must also label the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea, and the Aral Sea. You must know them for the test, as well. Why are these languages in this particular pattern? There are only 5 races in the homo sapiens species. Caucasian (white), African black, Asian/


6 th grade science.  Geologists plot earthquakes on maps to analyze patterns in the data.  www.earthquakes.usgs.gov/earthquakes. www.earthquakes.usgs.gov/earthquakes.

science  Geologists plot earthquakes on maps to analyze patterns in the data./plates bump into each other, they fold up. The Himalayan Mountains were formed when India slammed into the Asian plate about 50 million years ago.  When a land plate (granite) collides with an ocean plate(/ to find fossils within sedimentary rock to learn Earth’s history.  Some of the fossils from the continent to continent were of the same species of plant and animal. This provides support for the theory of continental drift/


Imperialism by the United States. North American Imperialism Manifest Destiny: belief that the US was destined to dominate the entire continent Mexican-American.

belief that the US was destined to dominate the entire continent Mexican-American War: conflict fought to spread territory and /support of upper-class citizens in Northeastern cities Imperialists and pro-annexation –Saw as chance to expand Asian trade, build up national strength, build up Republican Party, and the United States already possessed the/ of the War Department (our map-maker), and I told him to put the Philippines on the map of the United States (pointing to a large map on the wall of his office/


Culture of Asia. Asian Society Asian Culture is divided into six sub regions: 1.) Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan.

are spoken in Indonesia - 100 languages are spoken in the Philippines - 1,683 native languages are spoken in India The Map on the next slide shows the main “family of languages” in Asia Next Slide Family Structure Family is primary Extended and/ The following are Popular sports in Asia: Table Tennis Basketball Cricket Badminton Soccer Clothing Due to the diversity of the Asian continent, clothing styles vary from nation to nation and people to people Misconception: People in Asia where silk robes with a/


The Geography of Europe Unit 3 Notes SS6G8 The student will locate selected features of Europe a. Locate on a world and regional political-physical map:

Finland Region is rich in timber, iron, & copper Label on your Map Scandinavian Peninsula 2 Physical Map of Europe Mediterranean Sea Important route for trade & cultural exchange “Crossroads for 3 continents” (Europe, Africa, & Asia) Covers an area of 965,000/other minerals Ural Mountains: “The Great Divide” It divides the European and Asian sections of Russia. 1500 miles Physical Map of Europe Ural Mountains 1 Physical Map of Europe European Plain The European Plain Largest mountain-free landform in Europe /


MAP OFTURKEY TURKISH FLAG Situated on both Europe and Asia, Turkey is a gateway between these two continents, the European and Asian sides are divided.

MAP OFTURKEY TURKISH FLAG Situated on both Europe and Asia, Turkey is a gateway between these two continents, the European and Asian sides are divided by the Istanbul Boğazı(bosphorus) Turkey is divided to 7 regions and 81 cities. The Regions are Marmara, Aegean, Black Sea, Mediterranean, Central Anatolia, East Anatolia, /


Bellwork: Standard Get out your South America Map (Need one? See Ms. J) Finish labeling 13 countries We will go over together Done with South America?

Tsunamis Reminder: Map Quiz on Wednesday, Unit ½ Test Oct 7 th (FALL BREAK Oct 8 th -12!) Layers of the Earth Continental Drift: ▫ Theory that the continents used to all be one large continent, Pangea ▫ As plates moved, continents spread apart Layers/Inside EarthquakesInside Earthquakes Tsunamis Tidal waves caused by underwater seismic activity in the ocean (earthquakes, volcanoes) Tsunami 101 2004 Asian Tsunami December 26, 2004 Earthquake off the coast of Sumatra caused by subduction, 9.1M Waves up to 100 /


Part II Australians Unit 4 Histories of Australia 4 Histories of Australia Unit 5 Immigration and Multiculturalism: British Past and Asian Future? Unit.

. 90% population were of British background and less 1% were of Asian origin. This postwar migration was fuelled by fear of Asian communism overtaking the sparsely populated continent of Australia, but also by a belief that a larger population leads / they escaped the confinement of a government institution for Aboriginal children removed from their families. Barefoot, without provisions or maps, tracked by Native Police and search planes, the girls follow the rabbit-proof fence, knowing it would lead them /


Unit 15 Imperialism. Unit 15 – Imperialism Imperialism Map Timeline European Imperialis m Japanese Imperialis m.

Unit 15 – Imperialism Imperialism Map Timeline European Imperialis m /tribal boundaries. 2. The cultural and ethnic diversity of the African people was disregarded. 3. The continent was divided equally among the colonial powers. 4. African unity was encouraged. The major factor that enabled/ Africa? 1) industrialized western European nations 2) eastern European nations controlled by Russia 3) East Asian nations seeking to establish new markets 4) oil-rich Middle Eastern nations Why were European nations able/


Copy down questions (5). Use map on page 439 to answer. Please have planner on table. 1.What country is located on the southern tip of the African continent?

Copy down questions (5). Use map on page 439 to answer. Please have planner on table. 1.What country is located on the southern tip of the African continent? 2.What countries border Zimbabwe? 3.Which country is an island in the Indian / hit countries in Africa Page 441 One major challenge is ---------. European South Africans enjoy a high standard of living while… Most black, Asian and mixed-group SA’s live in rural areas and crowded -------- Page 441 Which 2 countries Are enclaves in The Republic of South /


Bell Ringer#1 Locate the following: a. Portugal is located on the ____ continent, west of ____. *Use Chapter 13, Section 1!

the New England coast for England Amerigo Vespucci (veh-SPOO-chee) - Named the New World America Ptolemy: world map, copy from 1482 The Spanish Empire Conquistadors- Spanish “conquerors” of America 15oos- Spain established colonies (settlements/communities)/ possessions in Southeast Asia The Arrival of Europeans Mainland States- part of a continent (distinguished from peninsulas or offshore islands) See “Asian Mainland States” Mainland states united and drove out Europeans Maritime (island/peninsula nations/


Daily Focus 11/29 1) Turn your map into the basket if you have it. Take out your notebook. Answer the following… –What does Россия mean in Russian?

map into the basket if you have it. Take out your notebook. Answer the following… –What does Россия mean in Russian? Россия An Introduction to Russia & the Republics Geography of Russia Includes several regional groups: 1.Russia 2.Baltic Republics 3.Western Republics 4.Transcaucasia 5.Central Asia Massive Eurasian continent/ from Europe & Asia Those in European Russia look more European Those in Asian Russia look more Asian Rich in mineral wealth, including gems such as topaz The official geographic dividing/


Submitted to Gloucester Township Public Schools by C. Stephen Ingraham Geography 2009 The Map Quest Student Atlas of the World 10 Numbered stars indicate.

or ocean. Geography Terms #2 Continental Divide – a ridge of land (divide) that separates the great drainage basins of a continent, each basin emptying into a separate body of water. Delta – an area of land formed by deposits at the mouth of/ South Africa ______________ ________________ CSI10 Latitude & Longitude: Practice #2 Quiz Use the political map of Asia in the Atlas on page 96. Find the Body of Water or the Asian country’s name find or the latitude & longitude intersection listed below. Latitude (N /


IX Conference "Virtual University: VU2009 " PJIIT Warszawa, 17-19/06/2009 Formation of E-learning Networks in Asian Pacific Countries Satoru Ozawa* Graduate.

Japan E-Learning = Knowledge sharing platform Example 1 Samoa Let us do Google Map search Thousands of islands in Pacific Ocean Hawaii Australia Papua New Guinea Guam How/What happens if global warming continues? If the all ice on the Antarctic continent melts, the sea level will rise 56m. Food and Health problem Do we/Education of Sustainability Science Communication servers, which enable Cooperation of Teachers communities in Asian Pacific counties. Why Teachers Communities? We want to send our messages to/


South Africa: Apartheid. The Republic of South Africa is in the south of the African continent.

the south of the African continent. Bordering Countries of South Africa Northwest: Namibia North: Botswana Northeast: Zimbabwe and Mozambique East: Swaziland. Southwest: Atlantic Ocean Southeast: Indian Ocean Enclave: Lesotho Physical Map South Africa is located at/ passed prohibiting miscegenation (mixed-race marriage.) 2. Individuals were classified into different ethnic groups: -White -Black -Asian -Coloured (mixed race) 3. The Groups Area Act: 1950 designed to geographically separate the racial groups. 1/


Early Southeast Asian states did not have set borders. Instead, they were mandalas; states organized as a ring of power around a central court. In the.

and set up large commercial plantations. Little of the resulting wealth benefited Southeast Asians. The Netherlands controlled Indonesia. Great Britain ruled Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore, and / claimed eastern Australia for Britain, visited Oceania, circled Antarctica, and made accurate maps of the area. In the 1800s, missionaries, traders, and sailors hunting whales/research stations there. In 1959, they drafted a treaty preserving the continent for research. Antarctica is a part-time home to between 1,000/


Asian Trade Marco Polo brought back commodities (useful goods) such as spices, silk and porcelain from Asia. The Crusades increased commerce (trade)

Asian Trade Marco Polo brought back commodities (useful goods) such as spices, silk and porcelain from Asia. The Crusades increased commerce (trade) between Asia and Europe Europeans wanted a faster route to these goods and to cut out middle man. New Tools & Technologies Cartographers made better maps/ colonies. Amerigo Vespucci In 1499, explorer Amerigo Vespucci began mapping South America’s coastline. He concluded that South America was a continent, not part of Asia as previously thought. By the early 1500/


Africa- Part II Notes.

into law. 1. The Population Registration Act: People were placed into race groups. The groups were Bantu, Coloured, White and Asian. 2. The Group Areas Act: Each race established a separate section in which to live, work, or own land. They /. Resolution of the cause of the genocide generally was never achieved. POWER! A map representing conflict death tolls between 1990 and 2007 where the square area of continents/regions corresponds to their proportion of conflict death tolls: Among the places civil war /


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