Movement
Region
Location
Interaction
Place
100

Movement can be defined as.... (2 parts)

How people and places are connected AND how goods and ideas move around.

100
In geography, region answers the question....

How are different places and areas similar?

100

In Geography, location answers what question?

Where is it located?

100

Interaction, also known as Human-Environment Interaction, answers what two questions?

How do people interact with the environment and how does the environment impact people?

100

In geography, Place answers what question?q

What a place is like (human and physical features)

200

Human Movement deals with....

The movement of humans from place to place.

200

This is a region that focused on manufacturing at one point but is now in economic decline. It is in the Great Lakes and Midwest areas.

The Rust Belt


200

By describing what is around a specific location you are giving its...

Relative location.

200

When people are closer to you geographically and are impacted by your actions they are in your.... (me yelling loud outside the door impacts Mr. Moore's class)

Zone of influence

200

Types of economies, governments, population size, average ages, types of religions are all examples of _______ features to tell us what a place is like.

Human features.

300

Non-Human Movement deals with...

The movement of goods and ideas from different places.

300

What are three characteristics you can group regions together by?

Religion, ethnicity, economies, types of government, climate, weather, agriculture.

300

What are two ways you can give absolute location?

Coordinates and an address.

300

Give an example of a NEGATIVE type of HEI.

Some sort of negative response is given.

300

Types of climates, average precipitation, types of landforms, and animal life are all examples of ________ features to tell us what a place is like.

Physical.

400

This is the mass movement of people for a specific reason.

Migration.

400

A region that has very specific and defined boundaries is a....

Formal Region

400

This type of geographical line will divide the Earth into a northern and southern hemisphere. The Equator is an example of this.

Latitude Lines.
400
Give an example of a POSITIVE type of HEI.

Some sort of positive response is given.

400

This type of map will tell us about a place's physical features - specifically its elevation levels.

Topographical.

500

The movement of African Americans from the South to the North to escape segregation and racism in favor of jobs was called what?

The Great Migration.

500

This type of region is usually focused around a specific center point that serves a purpose. A mall, school, or subdivision can be an example of this type of region.

Functional.
500

These invisible lines divide the Earth into a western and eastern hemisphere. The Prime Meridian is an example of this.

Longitude lines.

500

What is an example of a local type of HEI either in Irmo or in S.C.?

Lake Murray being made, farming practices, Lake Murray Dam, deforestation. 

500

Describe South Carolina as a 'place' using both types of features.

Correct response is given.

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