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Title: The Five Fundamental Themes of Geography


1
The Five Fundamental Themes of Geography
  • M.R. He.L.P.

2
Thinking About the World
  • Geographers break the study of the world up into
    5 Themes
  • We will use the anagram of M.R. He.L.P. to
    remember them

3
M. Is for Movement
  • Movement
  • What moves?
  • People, ideas, goods, animals, plants, other
    physical features
  • How do these things move?
  • Migration?
  • Move from one area to settle in another
  • Why do things move?
  • What can be a barrier?

4
R. Is for Region
  • Regions are ways of grouping places.
  • How can we form regions?
  • Language
  • Religion
  • Physical Characteristics
  • Climate
  • Why do we need regions?
  • To study, compare and contrast places

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He. Is for Human/Environment Interaction
  • Human/Environment Interaction is
  • Just what it sounds like.
  • The way people interact with their surroundings
  • Examples?
  • Adaptation
  • Interaction

7
L. Is for Location
  • Location where is something is found
  • Two types of location
  • Absolute Location
  • Exactly where something is located
  • Examples?
  • Relative Location
  • Describing location in relation to other places
  • Examples?

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P. Is for Place
  • Place
  • What is the PLACE like?
  • Is it hot? cold? wet? dry?
  • What is the culture like?
  • What is the government like?
  • How has the PLACE changed over time? (history)
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