Five Themes of Geography Notes I. Location: _______________________________________________ a. Absolute or exact: _____________________________________ b. Relative: ____________________________________________ II. Place: _________________________________________________ a. ____________________________________________________ III. Interaction: _____________________________________________ a. ____________________________________________________ b. ____________________________________________________ IV. Movement: _____________________________________________ a. Migration: ___________________________________________ b. Trade: ______________________________________________ c. Cultural Diffusion: ____________________________________ V. Region: ________________________________________________ a. Ways regions defined: 1. Physical features a. ________________________ b. ________________________ 2. Human features a. ________________________ b. ________________________ c. ________________________ Five Themes of Geography Notes I. Location: where a place is. a. Absolute or exact: uses latitude and longitude. b. Relative: refers to another place. II. Place: what a place is like. a. Human and physical features are described. III. Interaction: how people and environment interact. a. People change their environment. b. People adjust to their environment. IV. Movement: People, things and ideas move. a. Migration: movement of people. b. Trade: movement of goods. c. Cultural Diffusion: movement of ideas. V. Region: area that shares similar features. a. Ways regions defined: 1. Physical features a. Landforms b. Climate 2. Human features a. Culture b. Politics c. Economics Name that place! Match each statement with the theme of geography that it best represents and name that place! Located in the Midwest of the United States. Many Polish people migrated to this city. The city was enlarged by filling in parts of Lake Michigan. Home of the deep-dish pizza. Located in the state of Illinois. Known as the “windy city.” Home of the Bulls, Bears, Cubs and White Sox.