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Vocab

vocab

5 theme descrip

5 theme example

More examples

Lat is flat

That is a long Tie!

$100

$100

$100

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$200

$200

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$300

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Score


Woop there it is 100

Woop There it is. - $100

An exact place on a map.

What is absolute location?

Back to Board


Mappy days 200

Mappy days - $200

Cartography.

What is the science of making maps?

Back to Board


Meteor shower 300

Meteor shower - $300

The study of weather.

What is meteorology?

Back to Board


Geo tree 400

Geo tree - $400

These are the two main branches of geography

What are physical and human?

Back to Board


Change the channel 500

Change the channel - $500

This was the mnemonic device we used to remember the five themes of geography?

What is “Lazy people have many remotes?”

Back to Board


Run to the border 100

Run to the border - $100

This theme is about areas that have common characteristics.

What is “Region?”

Back to Board


Hurry kane 200

Hurry Kane $200

Dealing with the relationships between people and their surroundings.

What is Human-Environment Interaction?

Back to Board


A unique rabbit 300

A unique rabbit $300

This theme is about what makes it unique.

What is “Place?”

Back to Board


Get a job 400

Get a job! $400

How and why a person travels to a different location.

What is movement?

Back to Board


Smarty nerd is here 500

Smarty Nerd is here! $500

These are the five themes of geography.

What are location, place, human-environment interaction, movement, and region?

Back to Board


Where the prez hangs 100

Where the prez hangs $100

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

What is location?

Back to Board


I m leaving 200

I’m leaving… $200

I came here from North Dakota because I hate the snow!

What is “Movement?”

Back to Board


So low i can t here it 300

So low I can’t here it $300

DAILY DOUBLE!!!


Canton what a place 400

Canton…What a place $400

Ohio is famous for the Football Hall of Fame.

What is “Place?”

Back to Board


Want a mater i grew 500

Want a mater I grew? $500

Growing crops is a positive example, deforestation is a negative example.

What is “Human-Environment Interaction?”

Back to Board


Relatively close 100

Relatively close - $100

I live south of Kent.

What is location?

Back to Board


Commonalities 200

Commonalities - $200

All of the countries in South America are some form of a Republic government.

What is “Region?”

Back to Board


That makes it a scary place 300

That makes it a scary place - $300

The Komodo Dragon can only be found on Indonesia.

What is “Place?”

Back to Board


Bad human 400

Bad human - $400

The sinking of an oil tanker off the coast of Alaska is an example of this theme. Millions of gallons of oil spread in to the ocean.

What is “Human-Environment Interaction?”

Back to Board


Com mon u can do it 500

Com mon u can do it - $500

An example of region.

(Answers will vary.) The class must decide if the answer reflects a common characteristic of an area. Borders, similar government, language, religion, or climate.

Back to Board


Parallel 100

Parallel - $100

The lines that run right to left on the map.

What is latitude

Back to Board


Buckeyes rule 200

Buckeyes Rule! - $200

This line of latitude is at 0 degrees.

What is the equator.

Back to Board


You rung 300

You rung? $300

This is how you might remember latitude if you get stuck on the test.

What is “lat is flat” or the rungs on a ladder.

Back to Board


Abc easy as 123 400

ABC…Easy as 123… - $400

This always goes first when writing latitude and longitude to show a point on the map. (How can you remember this?)

What is latitude?

Back to Board


What s your sign 500

What’s your sign? - $500

You have one minute on the clock to give me a famous line of latitude other than the equator.

What is the Tropic of Capricorn, Tropic of Cancer, Arctic Circle, or Antarctic Circle?

Back to Board


Just like my tie 100

Just like my tie. $100

This line on map that runs up or down (vertical.)

What is longitude?

Back to Board


Prime for pickin 200

Prime for pickin’ $200

This is the most famous line of longitude that is located at 0 degrees.

What is the Prime Meridian?

Back to Board


My hands are tied 300

My hands are tied. $300

Mr. Hunt wore this to remind you of the direction that longitude runs.

What is a longgg tie?

Back to Board


Green with envy 400

Green with envy. $400

This is the famous city that the Prime Meridian runs through. (You have one minute on the map.)

What is Greenwich England?

Back to Board


Ice ice baby

Ice ice baby.

On the political map of North America in your book (page 711), this country is located at 20 degrees west longitude?

What is Iceland?

Back to Board


Daily double

Daily Double

  • Specify Your Wager!


Hit the road jack

Hit the road Jack. ---

This theme is from the song Mr. Hunt is about to play for you. Hit it Hunt.

What is movement?

Back to Board


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