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Regions

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Ryan Sanchez

on 19 October 2012

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Transcript of Regions

LG1 - Classifying Regions Identify the factors that constitute a region and describe the characteristics of formal, functional, and perceptual regions. What is a region? A region is a group of places with at least one common characteristic. The common elements may be physical or human characteristics. Identify Regions at Stony Point Working with your partner, identify as many regions as you can here at Stony Point. Remember a region needs to have common characteristics. Possible Regions

Fine Arts
Athletics
Technology
Core Area
Individual Wings Factors that create a region Create this in your notebook! Geographers also
classify regions as
formal, functional,
and perceptual. REGIONS Create the following chart in your Notebook Formal Regions Formal regions can be proven to exist, data can be collected about them Climate Regions Language Regions Economic Regions http://prezi.com/eqn7lxeqjukp/formal-functional-and-perceptual-regions/
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