Geography
Classification
Latitude and Longitude
5 Themes
100

How many states are there in the United States?

50.

100

Where does geographic classification usually start?

Home

100

What is the difference between latitude and longitude?

Latitude is side to side, when longitude is up and down

100

What is the mnemonic device for the five themes of geography?

Little People In My Room

200

What is the definition of geography?

The study of patterns on the earth's surface.

200

What is our county?

Caledonia

200

What directions does Longitude measure?

East and West
200

What does movement mean?

How people, products, and ideas get from place to place

300

What region do we live in?

Northeastern/New England

300

Using Geographic classification, what is Beijing?

A city

300

What directions does Latitude measure? 

North and South

300

What are the two types of place?

Cultural and Natural 

400

Name the oceans.

Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic, and Southern.

400

What does geographic classification end with if you start with St. Johnsbury (where you live)?

Northern and western hemisphere

400

What do we use to find a specific location on a map?

coordinates

400

What is the difference between Absolute Location and Relative location?

Absolute location is specific coordinates or specific directions to a place, and Relative location is the general area to a place.

500

How many continents are there?

7

500

What does geographic classification end with if you start in a town/city?

hemisphere

500

If you were using coordinates to find a location on a map, what would come first in the coordinates - North or West?

North

500
What does Interaction mean in geography?
How the world affects people, and how people affect the world. 
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