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Title: Geography Unit Study Guide


1
Geography Unit Study Guide
  • Social Studies Survey

2
  • Mountains, rivers, lakes, etc. are examples of
  • Physical Features
  • Human Features
  • Biomes
  • Regions

3
  • Mountains, rivers, lakes, etc. are examples of
  • Physical Features
  • Human Features
  • Biomes
  • Regions

4
  • The purpose of latitude and longitude is to
  • Set boundaries between countries
  • Determine time zones
  • Identify specific locations on the globe
  • Establish hemispheres

5
  • The purpose of latitude and longitude is to
  • Set boundaries between countries
  • Determine time zones
  • Identify specific locations on the globe
  • Establish hemispheres

6
  • In which hemispheres is North America Located?
  • South and East
  • South and West
  • North and East
  • North and West

7
  • In which hemispheres is North America Located?
  • South and East
  • South and West
  • North and East
  • North and West

8
  • This theme of geography deals with areas that
    have something in common, such as culture or
    language
  • Region
  • Place
  • Location
  • Human Environment Interaction

9
  • This theme of geography deals with areas that
    have something in common, such as culture or
    language
  • Region
  • Place
  • Location
  • Human Environment Interaction

10
  • Given examples of Human Environment Interaction,
    cutting down the Amazon Rainforest is most
    comparable to
  • Planting a garden in your backyard
  • Building the Hoover Dam
  • Climbing a Mountain
  • Searching for a restaurant on Google Maps

11
  • Given examples of Human Environment Interaction,
    cutting down the Amazon Rainforest is most
    comparable to
  • Planting a garden in your backyard
  • Building the Hoover Dam
  • Climbing a Mountain
  • Searching for a restaurant on Google Map

12
  • Push and Pull Factors are most related to this
    theme of geography
  • Movement
  • Place
  • Region
  • Location

13
  • Push and Pull Factors are most related to this
    theme of geography
  • Movement
  • Place
  • Region
  • Location

14
  • The Region that stretches from Mexico to the tip
    of Chile is referred to as
  • Central America
  • Latin America
  • North America
  • South America

15
  • The Region that stretches from Mexico to the tip
    of Chile is referred to as
  • Central America
  • Latin America
  • North America
  • South America

16
  • Which country in Europe is also in Asia?
  • Germany
  • Bulgaria
  • Russia
  • Poland

17
  • Which country in Europe is also in Asia?
  • Germany
  • Bulgaria
  • Russia
  • Poland

18
  • Which of the following is NOT a biome of Africa?
  • Highlands
  • Savanna
  • Steppe
  • Tundra

19
  • Which of the following is NOT a biome of Africa?
  • Highlands
  • Savanna
  • Steppe
  • Tundra

20
  • A researcher uses census data from 1900, 1910,
    and 1920 to identify foreign-born heads of
    workingclass households in Pittsburgh. He
    discovers a high percentage of the same last
    names in all three census. Using this
    information, he can propose generalizations about
    which topic?
  • Consumer choices
  • Health Conditions
  • Immigration Patterns
  • Political affiliations

21
  • A researcher uses census data from 1900, 1910,
    and 1920 to identify foreign-born heads of
    workingclass households in Pittsburgh. He
    discovers a high percentage of the same last
    names in all three census. Using this
    information, he can propose generalizations about
    which topic?
  • Consumer choices
  • Health Conditions
  • Immigration Patterns
  • Political affiliations

22
  • P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney Australia is
    an example of
  • Absolute location
  • Relative location
  • Place
  • Region

23
  • P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney Australia is
    an example of
  • Absolute location
  • Relative location
  • Place
  • Region

24
  • Which of the following is NOT an example of
    place?
  • Disney World
  • The White House
  • 300 Ingram Avenue, Campbellsville, KY
  • The backyard

25
  • Which of the following is NOT an example of
    place?
  • Disney World
  • The White House
  • 300 Ingram Avenue, Campbellsville, KY
  • The backyard
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