Region and Place
Human Environment Interaction/ Movement
Location
Bonus Questions
100

What theme of geography describes what an area has in common?

Region

100

Floods, hurricanes and natural disasters would be an example of which theme of geography? 

Human Environment Interaction. 

100

What are the two types of location? 

Absolute and Relative 

100

What continent is the farthest south?

Antarctica

200

Name 3 types of bodies of water...

Lakes, oceans, rivers, gulfs, seas, streams, waterfalls, ponds, etc. 

200

What is a characteristic of an urban area? 

Closer to resources, more crowded, busier, etc.

200

How do you find absolute location on a map?

Using latitude and longitude

200

Name the 5 oceans.

Pacific, Atlantic, Arctic, Indian and Southern 

300

The Midwest is an example of which theme of geography?

Region

300

Migration is an example of which theme of geography? 

Movement 

300

What is the line of longitude at 0 degrees 

Prime Meridian

300

Which continent is the largest? 

Asia 

400

Name 3 types of landforms...

Canyons, valleys, mountains, hills, plateaus, buttes, islands, peninsulas, volcanos etc. 

400

Building a bridge or dam is an example of which theme of geography?

Human Environment Interaction

400

What is the line of latitude at 0 degrees 

The equator 

400

Half of a globe is called...

A hemisphere

500

Which theme of geography describes what somewhere looks like by describing features like lakes and forests. 

Place 

500

What is one reason that people might move to a new area?

Job, family, weather, etc. 

500

How would you describe the relative location of Rosedale in relation to Cleveland?

Rosedale is West of Cleveland

500

The two tropical lines of latitude are called...

The Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn

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