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Copy of World Geography
Transcript of Copy of World Geography
The 7 Continents
The 5 Major Oceans
Students will explore the globe and learn about the continents and oceans. They will be able to use map skills to draw a map, including finding the locations of the continents, oceans and rivers on a map.
(UQ 2) What are the names of the major oceans?
(UQ 1) What are the names of the major landforms and oceans on the globe?
1. The student will be able to identify the seven continents on a map or globe.
What I learned From Constructing a Unit Plan:
I learned that it is hard to construct a unit plan
when your unit is as broad as mine.
Geography is the science that studies the lands, the features, the inhabitants, and the stuff that makes up the Earth. A literal translation would be "to describe or write about the Earth". (WRITE THIS DOWN)
Why is it important for us to study geography?
How does it affect us today?
Nasty- North America
Sandwich- South America
Now... Create your own
phonemic device to help
you remember the continents
Now create your own
phonemic device to
remember the oceans
YOU HAVE A TEST ON Wednesday over continents/oceans! STUDY STUDY STUDY
Huang He (Yellow)
Tigris- Try to
Huang He- Hot
Indus- Ice cream
Now create your own way to remember
DRAW THIS and LABEL it
Lines of Latitude and Longitude
Lat. and Long. lines are used together to find the precise location of features on the surface of the Earth.
Flat lines around the Earth- Run from East to West
is the most important Latitude line at 0 degree
LOOOOONG lines on the Earth. Run from North pole to South pole.
The Prime Meridian:
is the most important line of longitude. Located at 0'