Location
Place
Regions
Movement/Geography
Interactions

100

Location answers what question?
Where is it?

100

Place answers what question?
What is it like there?

100

Region answers what question?
What characteristics do areas have in common?

100

Movement answers what question?
How and why do people and things move?

100

Interactions answers what question?
How do people relate to the world?

200

What are the two types of location?
Absolute and Relative

200

What are two characteristics of place?
Human/Cultural and Physical/Natural

200

How many geographical regions have we studied in the United States?
5

200

List three items that move.
People, goods, ideas

200

List one way humans depend on the environment

300

How would you find the absolute location of somewhere?
Longitude and Latitude

300

Give an example of a cultural characteristic found in the United States.

300

In what geographical region does Florida belong?
Southeast

300

What is migration?
movement between one country

300

List one way humans modify (change) the environment

400

In which two hemispheres is the United States located?
western and northern

400

Give an example of a natural characteristic of the Midwest Region.

400

List two characteristics that you use to divide an area into regions

400

What is immigration?
movement from one country to another

400

List one way humans adapt to the environment

500

Give a relative location of Haslett, MI.

500

What type of characteristic is a road?
Human/Cultural

500

What is the definition of region?
An area defined by common characteristics

500

What is a question that geographers might ask?

500

Wearing earmuffs in the winter is a way to (adapt, modify, depend on) the environment
adapt