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World Geography Chapter 2: A Spatial Way of Thinking
Transcript of World Geography Chapter 2: A Spatial Way of Thinking
2. What are three land forms and three bodies of water that can be shown on a map?
3. What is climate and what affects climate?
4. Why do geographers use a variety of maps to represent the world?
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World Geography Chapter 2:
A Spatial Way of Thinking
SS.912.G1.4, SS.912.G2.1, and SS.912.G3.2
1. Explain at least two topics that can be shown on a thematic map
2. Describe common landforms and bodies of water that can be shown on a map
3. Analyze Earth's different climate zones
- Natural parts of Earth's surface
- Include landforms like mountains, valleys, plains, and plateaus
- Climate (long term weather patterns)
- Population Density Maps
- Economic Activity
- A Map's Title and Legend State its Theme
- Geographers have given names to
the many landforms found on earth
- Geographers also label bodies of
water on physical features maps
- Geographers divide the
- A climagraph shows the
average temperature and
precipitation in a place over a year
has the biggest impact on a location's climate
, also affects climate
- Storyboard: Create a story using at least five physical features found on pgs. 28-29