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Objective 1: Students will review geography skillsObjective 2: Students will prepare to read like a historian in order to have a better understanding of our American past.
Geography Vocabulary Globe Latitude Parallels Equator Degrees MinutesLongitude Meridians Prime Meridian Hemispheres Continents Islands Map Map Projections Title Compass Rose Scale Legend Locator Map
Geography Vocabulary Globe Grid scale model of the Earth.Lines that circle the globe in North-South and East-West Directions
Geography Vocabulary LATITUDE A.K.A. Parallels Equator (0° Longitude)East to West lines on the grid Equator (0° Longitude) Latitude measures distance north and south of this
Geography Vocabulary LONGITUDE A.K.A. MeridiansNorth to South lines on the grid Prime Meridian (0° Longitude) Longitude measures distance east and west of this Greenwich, England
Geography Vocabulary Degrees ° Minutes ´
Geography Vocabulary Hemispheres
Geography Vocabulary Continents
Geography Vocabulary Islands
Geography Vocabulary Map :Flat diagram of all or part of the Earth’s surface.
Geography Vocabulary Cylindrical projections Conic projectionsFlat-plane projections
Geography Vocabulary MAP ESSENTIALS Title Compass Rose Scale LegendLocator Map
All Fifty States and Their CapitalsFifty Nifty States All Fifty States and Their Capitals
What is a primary source?A document or physical object which written or created during the time under study.
Primary Sources ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS
Primary Sources CREATIVE WORKS
Primary Sources ARTIFACTS
Secondary Sources sources are one or more steps removed from the event
HOMEWORK Choose a sourceIdentify the source as ‘primary’ or ‘secondary’ Explain why the source is ‘primary’ or ‘secondary’
DG 1 1.What imaginary line separates the Northern and Southern hemispheres? 2. What is the “grid system”? 3. What are the cardinal directions? 4. What.
Two measurements are used to describe locations around the world. Two measurements are used to describe locations around the world. Latitude: distance.
Latitude longitude review
Social Studies Geography Vocabulary Words
Social Studies Map Skills
What are the four main points on a compass rose? cardinal directions
Using Maps and Globes.
Geography Latitude and Longitude Solutions. Latitude lines Run East to West Parallel to the Equator Measures degrees North or South of the Equator.
Social Studies Map Skills 4 th Grade GPS: SS4G1. GLOBE A globe is a map of the Earth.
I. Geography Skills A. Terms 1. Latitude: - Distance north or south of equator - Lines called parallels.
Latitude & Longitude Lines
Geography Skills Essential Vocabulary and Map Reading Skills Honors World History Fall 2013.
Mrs. Emily W. Pleasants. Geography Geography is concerned with the distribution of people and things and the location of places on the earth's surface,
Lines of Latitude and Longitude
Latitude and Longitude
Geography Terms Review Slideshow Click once to see the definition. Click again to see the vocabulary term.
TYPES OF MAPS GEOGRAPHY. TYPES OF MAPS POLITICAL: SHOWS COUNTRIES, STATES, AND CITIES. PHYSICAL MAP: SHOWS THE EARTHS NATURAL FEATURES. TRANSPORTATION.
A. Globe - A scale model of the Earth. 1. Globe vocabulary.
Geography 1.2 Using the Geographer’s Tools. Organizing the Globe Latitude = Grid Longitude Degrees - 180° Minutes – 60’ Seconds-60”
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