Geography
Primary or Secondary?
History
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100

This tells someone where something is.

What is location?

100

A diary is an example of this.

What is a primary source?

100

The study of the past.

What is history?

100

Natural features of the land's surface. Examples of this are mountains, valleys, and plains

What are landforms?

100

Both physical and human geographers study this.

What is location?

200

The study of people and the places where they live. It also deals with how the environment affects people.

What is human geography?

200

Hand written letters are examples of this kind of source? 

What is a primary source?

200

Imprint of something that was once alive.

What is a fossil?

200

Pattern of weather conditions in a certain area over a long period of time.

What is climate?

200

Weather and climate are not the same.

What is true?

300

A drawing of an area.

What is a map?

300

Information gathered by someone who did not take part in or witness an event.

What is a secondary source?

300

Objects created by or used by humans. Examples would be coins, arrowheads, vases, tools, and toys.

What are artifacts?

300

Saying it is below freezing and snowing today is an example of this.

What is weather?

300

The first societies formed along these.

What are rivers?

400

An area with one or more features that make it different from surrounding areas. Example of this is a desert.

What is a region?

400

Account of an event created by someone who took part in or witnessed an event.

What is a primary source?

400

This person examines artifacts and the places where the artifacts were found to learn about the past.

Who are archaeologists?

400

Every place on earth has an absolute location and many of this.

What is relative location?

400

Floods and fires have killed many people.

How geography has influenced history?

500

Materials found in the earth that people need and value.

What are resources?

500

History textbooks and encyclopedias are examples of this kind of source.

What is a secondary source?

500

Bones and footprints preserved in rock.

What are examples of fossils?

500

Environments influenced these, for example people who lived near rivers learned to make fish hooks and boats.

How geography shapes culture?

500

Two types of geography.

What are physical and human geography?

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