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100

An ________________ is a storm with heavy rains and high wind.

[Word Bank: delta, hurricane, mineral, savanna, swamp]

hurricane

100

What state would you most likely find strip mines? 

West Virginia

100

Why do people visit the Everglades National Park?

A. to see the first English colony in America.
B. to see launches of the space shuttle.
C. to see the Civil Rights Memorial.

D. to see more than 300 kinds of birds.




D. to see more than 300 kinds of birds.

100

What type of liquid is found under the Gulf of Mexico?

Petroleum.

200

A flat grassland is called a(n) __________.

[Word Bank: delta, hurricane, mineral, savanna, swamp]

savanna

200

In which area would you visit to hear Dixieland jazz and eat Cajun food?

Louisiana

200

What climate can we expect from the Sunbelt states?

mild year-round climate.

200

What were the large farms where cotton was planted called?

plantations

300

A(n) _________ is a triangle shaped area of land at the end of a river.

[Word Bank: delta, hurricane, mineral, savanna, swamp]

delta

300

Where would you go to see the space shuttle launch?

Florida

300

What is the coal from Appalachia used to produce?

electricity

300

The civil rights movement was protesting what event?

Segregation

400

A natural material found in rock is called a(n) _____________.

[Word Bank: delta, hurricane, mineral, savanna, swamp]

mineral
400

Which state would you be safest from hurricanes?

West Virginia or Tennessee

400

What Southeast city is called, "the birthplace of the blues"?

Memphis
400

What is segregation?

Happens when a country views one race as better than another. People are treated differently if they are in the "lesser" race, and face hardships.

500

A(n) ________ is an area of low land that is covered by water.

[Word Bank: delta, hurricane, mineral, savanna, swamp]

swamp

500

Which state did we learn about that had many plantations.

Alabama

500

What country did the first settlers of New Orleans come from?

A. France

B. Canada

C. England

D. Spain

A. France

500

Which of the following is a reliable source?

A. a blog that my friend Jane wrote

B. an encyclopedia

C. a friend's opinion

D. magazine ad

B. an encyclopedia

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