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Transcript of Brazil

How the Climate Affects Clothing
Climate Affect on Housing
The Brazilian climate affects how people build houses. For example:
Most city houses have tilted roofs, because of heavy rain fall.
Most families have their own water tanks for plumbing, due to the shortage of water.
The climate can provide certain materials to be obtained. Such as wood, which can be made into homes for upper-class families.
How Climate Effects Food
In Brazil it is usually warm so on nice days people go to parks. They jog, walk, or bike in the warm weather. Futbol (soccer) is a very popular sport in the country because of the warm climate. The people have barbecues outside on weekends or on holidays.
5th Hour

Recreation in Brazil
Relative Location
Brazil is north of Uruguay, South of French Guiana, East of Peru and west of the Atlantic Ocean.
The food varies through out Brazil. In low altitude places in Brazil foods like bananas, rice, sugar cane and cacao beans are grown. In medium altitude places in Brazil foods like coffee, corn and citrus fruits are grown. In high altitude places in Brazil foods like apples wheat, barley and potatoes are grown.
Climate types in Brazil
Because of the heat and humidity, people might wear something more casual, something light or brightly-colored.
Brazil has four climate types; the most common is wet-and-dry tropical climate and humid tropical climate. In some parts of Brazil there is a highland climate and semiarid climate.
The largest parade during the big holiday Carnival is in Rio de Janeiro. It is the biggest and most popular holiday in Brazil. They have large parades with floats that people make.
High altitude

Low altitude
Medium altitude
Carnival in Rio de Janeiro
Map Of Brazil

Brazil: topography. IMAGE. Encyclopedia Britannica. Web. 12 Dec. 2013
Interesting Fact
The name Brazil comes from a kind of redwood tree called
pau brazil
(brazilwood) that grows on the brazillian coast. The red sap from the tree was once used for makeup and dye.
Carnival: Rio de Janeiro. IMAGE. Emncyclopedia Britannica. Web. 12 Dec.
Interesting Fact
Brazil's national soccer team has won 5 World Cups, which is the most ever.
House in Rio de Janeiro
"Favela". Phtograph. Flickr. 2007. Web. 12, Dec, 2013.
Climate Factors
Brazil has the largest population of people who are japanese outside of Japan.
You wouldn't think that
Brazil has lots of people from Japan because Brazil is almost half way around the world from Japan.
- Ocean Currents
- Elevation
- Latitude
- High Precipitation
Inside the home. Dreamstime. 12, Dec, 2013. Web.
banana. IMAGE. Encyclopædia Britannica. Web.12 Dec. 2013.

sugarcane . IMAGE. Encyclopædia Britannica. Web. 12 Dec. 2013.

wheat: wheat spikes ready to harvest. IMAGE. Encyclopædia Britannica. Web. 12 Dec.

citrus fruit. IMAGE. Encyclopædia Britannica. Web. 12 Dec. 2013.

coffee beans; ground coffee; instant coffee.IMAGE. Encyclopædia Britannica. Web. 12 Dec.

potato. IMAGE. Encyclopædia Britannica. Web. 12 Dec. 2013.

chocolate: cocoa beans and powder. IMAGE. Encyclopædia Britannica. Web. 12 Dec. 201
Interesting Fact
South America: European dependencies in South America. IMAGE. Encyclopedia Britannica. Web. 12 Dec.
Rio de Janeiro
Interesting Places and Facts about Brazil
England vs Brazil - All Goals + Highlights - February 6th, 2013- Soccer, Futbol. Video. Youtube. SycohTheatre, Feb 9 2013. Web. 12 Dec 2013
By Zoe, Lillian, Gordy and Seth
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