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Globe

4th Grade Geography Unit Plan- Parts of Globe
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Mackenzie Bull

on 21 February 2013

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Transcript of Globe

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Parts of the Globe GLOBE What can you see? Land: Countries
Water: Ocean, Sea, Bay, River
Whole Earth(on real globe)
Latitude and Longitude
Hemispheres Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere Separated by the Equator

Above 0 degrees latitude= Northern Hemisphere

Below 0 degrees latitute= Southern Hemisphere Western Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere Where are we?? What Hemisphere(s)?
Northern?
Southern?
Eastern?
Western? Latitude vs. Longitude Horizontal


Parallels


Equator
0 degrees


0-90 degrees
North and South Measured in degrees

Divide Earth into 2
equal parts
(Hemispheres) LATITUDE Separated by Prime Meridian in Greenwich, England
East of the Prime Meridian: 1-179 degrees
Eastern Hemisphere
West of the Prime Meridian: 1-179 degrees
Western Hemisphere Need some help? Longitude Latitude Ways to remember the difference between Longitude and Latitude LONG itude FAT itutde L
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E Vertical Meridians Prime Meridian
0 degrees International Date Line
180 degrees 0-180 degrees
East and West Northwestern Quadrant Directions North South East West Northeast Southeast Northwest Southwest Compass Rose
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