Presentation on theme: "Name of Your Country Your Name Your Teacher Your Grade."— Presentation transcript:
Name of Your Country Your Name Your Teacher Your Grade
Where (your country) is located Tell which continent your country is located on and which countries are its neighbors.
Geographic Features of (your country) Name any important rivers, lakes, oceans, mountain ranges and other geographic features that can be found in or next to your country.
Climate of (your country) Tell about the typical weather patterns in your country throughout the calendar year.
Environment of (your country) Describe some of the native animals and plants that can be seen in your country.
History of (your country) Make a timeline of the important historical events of your country or province. Name of Event 1 Name of Event 2 Name of Event 3 Name of Event 4 Name of Event 5 Name of Event 6 Name of Event 7 Name of Event 8 1st Date2nd Date3rd Date4th Date5th Date6th Date7th Date8th Date Description of Event
Customs and Traditions Tell about the important customs and traditions celebrated in your country. Include information about who celebrates and when they celebrate.
Government of (your country) Explain how laws are made and changed in your country. Tell how people are chosen to lead the country.
Economy of (your country) Explain which goods and services are produced in your country. How do people typically provide for the needs of themselves and their families?
Tourism in (your country) Tell about the points of interest in your country that people from other countries may be interested in visiting.
A Geographical Review The following slides will give an overview of __________ (your country) in relation to the 5 Themes of Geography.
5 Themes of Geography - Movement What are the patterns of movement of people, products, and information? (What major modes of transportation are used by people, what are the area's major exports and imports, and are ways in which people communicate or move ideas?)
5 Themes of Geography - Regions Define your region by a number of characteristics including area, language, political divisions, religions, and vegetation (for example, grassland, marshland, desert, rain forest)
5 Themes of Geography - Human-Enviroment Interaction What are the relationships among people and places? How have people changed the environment of your country to better suit their needs?
5 Themes of Geography - Location Where are things located? A location can be specific (for example, it can be stated as coordinates of longitude and latitude or as a distance from another place) or general (it's in the Northeast).
5 Themes of Geography - Place What makes this country different from other places? Differences might be defined in terms of climate, physical features, or the people who live there and their traditions.