World Map (locations etc.)
Mapping Skills
Population
Migration
More/Less-Developed

100

On which Continent do you find China?
Asia

100

What line of latitude runs around the middle of the Earth?
The Equator

100

A population that has a lot of people in a given area is called a ________________ population.
Dense Population

100

What is an example of a political push factor?
examples: oppression, a change of leadership, violence, lack of rights, etc.

100

Name a challenge faced by less-developed countries.
examples: water scarcity, electricity shortages, poverty, malnutrition, primary education, inequality, employment, pollution, access to healthcare, etc.

200

On which continent do you find the Kalahari Desert?
Africa

200

What is the time at a specific location called?
Local Time

200

What does sparsely populated mean?
a small number of people in a given area

200

What is the term we use for factors forcing someone out of a country?
push factors

200

Name a challenge faced by more-developed countries.
examples: inequality, obesity, cancer, pollution,

300

Which ocean is missing from this list: Pacific, Atlantic, Arctic, Indian?
Southern Ocean

300

Which direction do lines of Latitude run?
East-West

300

What is the formula for calculating population density?
Population divided by the land area

300

A factor that attracts you to another location is called a ______________ factor.
a pull factor

300

Name two continents on which you find the most most-developed countries?
Australia, Europe, and North America

400

Into which ocean does the Amazon River flow?
Atlantic Ocean

400

What is the time called at the Prime Meridian?
Universal Time

400

What is the name of a survey which collects information on demography?
A census

400

What was a barrier to Nujeen's migration to Germany?
examples: having a disability, being away from parents, the Mediterranean Sea, wild dogs, being in a wheelchair, etc.

400

Give three examples of less-developed countries
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500

Name a mountain range in Europe
The Alps

500

What are the longitude and latitude coordinates where the equator and the Prime Meridian meet?
(0 N, 0 W)

500

What is Canada's most densely populated province?
PEI

500

Give an example of an economic pull factor
examples: jobs, better wages, a safer work place, etc.

500

Both more and less developed countries have food issues. What are the food challenges in each?
In less-developed countries there is a lack of available food. In more-developed-countries there is a problem with obesity.