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Title: Bellwork


1
Bellwork September 26
  • Cities draw immigrants with the promise of
    higher living standards. City residents have
    greater access to health care, more employment
    and opportunity, and access to more social and
    cultural events. For all the advantages of city
    life, however, poverty casts a shadow over the
    urban future. A great number of people in urban
    areas are threatened by homelessness, health
    hazards, and violence among other things. These
    may affect a portion of the city population
    directly, but their indirect effects are felt by
    the whole society.
  • What is a disadvantage of city life?
  • Widespread poverty
  • Less cultural events
  • Lack of access to healthcare
  • Fewer employment opportunities

2
Swat Review
3
1. On a map, what shows the distance from one
location to another?
  • Scale
  • Title
  • Compass Rose
  • Key/Legend

4
2. On a map, what tells the purpose of the map?
  • Scale
  • Title
  • Compass Rose
  • Key/Legend

5
3. On a map, what explains the symbols and colors?
  • Key/Legend
  • Compass
  • Title
  • Scale

6
4. On a map, what shows the direction?
  • Key/Legend
  • Compass
  • Title
  • Scale

7
5. North, South, East, and West are known as?
  • Directions
  • Compass Rose
  • Intermediate Directions
  • Cardinal Directions

8
6. In which direction is the arrow moving?
  • Southeast
  • Southwest
  • Northeast
  • Northwest

9
7. What type of map shows elevation?
  • Political Map
  • Special Purpose Map
  • Physical Map
  • Road Map

10
8. What type of map has contour lines?
  • Physical Map
  • Topographical Map
  • Political Map
  • Road Map

11
9. What type of map would you use when traveling
to another state?
  • Physical Map
  • Political Map
  • Road Map
  • Topographical Map

12
10. Which direction does Latitude run?
  • East and West
  • North and South
  • Southwest and Northeast
  • Perpendicular

13
11. Which direction does Longitude run?
  • Northwest and Southeast
  • Parallel
  • East and West
  • North and South

14
12. Which direction does Latitude measure?
  • East and West
  • North and South
  • Southwest and Northeast
  • Perpendicular

15
13. Which direction does Longitude measure?
  • Northwest and Southeast
  • Parallel
  • East and West
  • North and South

16
14. What line is found at 23.5 North?
  • Tropic of Cancer
  • Arctic Circle
  • Tropic of Capricorn
  • Antarctic Circle

17
15. What line is found at 66.5 South?
  • Arctic Circle
  • Tropic of Cancer
  • Antarctic Circle
  • Tropic of Capricorn

18
16. What is found at 90 South?
  • North Pole
  • South Pole
  • Equator
  • Prime Meridian

19
17. What is found at 0 latitude?
  • Equator
  • Prime Meridian
  • North Pole
  • South Pole

20
18. What process involves the breaking down of
rocks into smaller pieces?
  • Erosion
  • Subduction
  • Weathering
  • Plate Tectonics

21
19. What process involves the movement of
sediment from one location to another?
  • Plate Tectonics
  • Erosion
  • Subduction
  • Weathering

22
20. The process in which the heavier plate pushes
the lighter plate upwards is called ____.
  • Subduction
  • Plate Tectonics
  • Volcano
  • Earthquake

23
21. The number of people who live in a square
mile is known as ___.
  • Population
  • Population distribution
  • Population Density
  • Growth Rate

24
22. _______ is how the population is spread out.
  • Population Density
  • Population Distribution
  • Growth Rate
  • Population

25
23. Which of the following is not a consequence
of urbanization?
  • Overcrowding
  • Job Shortages
  • Decreased cultural opportunity
  • Increased Crime

26
24. Villages in the countryside are considered
_____.
  • Urban
  • Suburban
  • Rural
  • Subrural

27
25. An area with a large population and many
factories and schools would be considered _____.
  • Suburban
  • Rural
  • Subrural
  • Urban

28
26. A person who studies human population is
called ___.
  • Demographer
  • Geographer
  • Demography
  • Geography

29
27. Which ocean lies between North America and
Africa?
  • Arctic Ocean
  • Atlantic Ocean
  • Indian Ocean
  • Pacific Ocean

30
28. What continents is connected to Europe?
  • North America
  • Africa
  • Australia
  • Asia

31
29. Which ocean does not touch the Equator?
  • Atlantic
  • Arctic
  • Indian
  • Pacific

32
30. Which continent does not touch the Prime
Meridian?
  • Europe
  • Antarctica
  • Africa
  • Asia

33
31. Which of the following would not be found on
a political map?
  • Mountains
  • Boundaries
  • Capitals
  • Cities

34
32. Urbanization is associated with _______.
  • Smog
  • Fossil Fuels
  • Plate Tectonics
  • Erosion

35
33.
  • Causes of Urbanization
  • Causes of Demographics
  • Causes of Weathering/ Erosion
  • Causes of Plate Tectonics

36
34. Subduction is associated with ________.
  • Acid Rain
  • Weathering
  • Erosion
  • Plate Tectonics

37
35. Desertification is associated with ______.
  • Smog
  • Deforestation
  • Mining
  • Global Warming

38
36. What process changes the earth rapidly?
  • Mining and flooding
  • Acid Rain and Smog
  • Volcanoes and Earthquakes
  • Weathering and Erosion

39
37. Which process changes the earth gradually?
  • Volcanoes
  • Weathering
  • Earthquakes
  • Tsunamis

40
38. If it is 300 pm in the Pacific Time zone, it
is ____ in the Central Time Zone (Two Time Zones
East of it).
  • 100 pm
  • 200 pm
  • 400 pm
  • 500 pm
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