Social Studies Unit 2 – Five Themes of Geography

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Social Studies

Unit 2 – Five Themes of Geography

The 5 Themes The 5 Themes allow us to _______________________________________________ about our world Place

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– ______________________ and human characteristics of an ________________ Physical: ___________________________, ____________________________ of the land ______________________: how many people, what do the people do How to use Place What do you see? ____________________ __________________________ Vegetation/___________________ life Describe: The people Clothing, _________________________, ways of life The climate Location

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– specific or _______________________ positioning on the earth ______________________ – 1107 South 7 th Street General – by ___________________________ Avenue in south ________________________ Absolute or Relative

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– place’s _________________ position on the earth 47°N, 101°W

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about 200 miles west of Fargo – explains where a place is by describing places near it ___________ of Mandan Applying Absolute and Relative Location Describe where you live using both Absolute and Relative location Absolute:______________________________________________ Relative:_______________________________________________ How to use Location Where is it? ________________________ or close Using directions Can you give its _________________________ or relative location? Human-Environment Interaction

Human-Environment Interaction

– how _____________ affect the environment and how the ___________________________ affects people’s __________________________ Affecting Each Other This theme deals with the _______________________________ between people and where they live How do people ______________________ there? What are the _______________________________ of people’s actions on the environment? 1

How to use Human-Environment Interaction Effects of humans: How are people _____________________________ the land? What have people ___________________________ on the land? Effects of the _________________________________: How has the ______________________ or __________________________ affected life here? Movement

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– the way people, ideas, and __________ travel from place to place Movement of People

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– total number of ______________________ in a given area Populations _______________________ as people ______________________ from place to place Different means of ___________________________ allow people to ________________ Movement of People – The World’s Population The planet’s ________________________ has been growing ______________________________ 1960 – ____ billion _______ – 6 billion Now – over _____ billion 2050 – 10 billion? Movement of People – Population Clock Today’s approximate population:___________________________________ *Approximate population on ________(Date):________________________ Movement of People – Migration & Immigration

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– moving from one place to another Migrants – ______________________ who do this

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– moving from one ________________________ to another ______________________ – people who do this Movement of People – Why People Migrate

“___________-____________” theory

– describes why people ______________; people migrate because things in their lives “push” them to leave, and certain things in a new place “pull” them Movement of People – “Push-Pull” Theory at Work PUSH __________________________ PULL ___________________________ __________________________ ___________________________ What other “Push-Pull” factors can you think of? _____________________________________________________________________ Movement of Ideas As people move, they bring their own _________________ and culture to their new _______________

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– language, religious beliefs, values, customs, and other ways of life shared by a _______________ of people 2

Movement of Goods People must _________________ goods that they do not have in their ________________ environment

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– to sell to another place – to ____________ from another place How to use Movement People: Where and ___________ are _______________ moving? _____________ are they getting there? Ideas: Goods: How is ____________________________ represented here? What do the people ____________ to _________________________ or export here? Region

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– areas of the world that have _____________________ characteristics Region – what’s in common? Places can be ______________________ together in ___________________ ways _____________________ or Climate Language _____________________

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– having to do with _____________________

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– having to do with the ________________________________ Region – More than ___________ way to _________________________________ North Dakota could be classified as part of the ________________________ U.S. region geographically Or it could be _____________________ with ____________ states based upon population, culture, etc. How to use Region What types of _____________________________ does this place ________________ with other areas? Is this place urban or ___________________? 3

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