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Acting as an Amateur Geographer Project . INVESTIGATE. PowerPoint Presentation must include…. At least 13 slides Pictures relevant to the slide Slides should not be too wordy PowerPoint is used as guide to your discussion/presentation. Languages.

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powerpoint presentation must include
PowerPoint Presentation must include…
  • At least 13 slides
  • Pictures relevant to the slide
  • Slides should not be too wordy
    • PowerPoint is used as guide to your discussion/presentation
  • What are the major languages spoken in the region?
  • What forms of government do they have?
  • What rights do people in the region enjoy?
    • If you are doing any region in the US, are there state specific laws enforced?
religions belief systems
Religions/ Belief Systems
  • What are the main religions or belief systems?
  • What beliefs do members of those religions share.
    • For this information, make sure to create a graph of some sort that shows the breakdown of all practiced religions
urban rural
Urban/ Rural
  • Do most people live in towns, cities or in the countryside?
  • What are people’s homes like in the region?
  • What type of architecture is there?
family relationships
Family Relationships
  • Do people have large or small families?
  • How are their families organized?
social structure wealth
Social Structure/ Wealth
  • What social groups (classes) exist in the region?
  • Is wealth concentrated or more evenly spread out?
fashion literature art and music
Fashion, Literature, Art, and Music
  • What are their fashions, literature, music and art like?
  • Who are some important artists in that region?
  • What is one famous magazine that is published in that region?
  • How do people educate their young?
  • What do children learn at home or at school?
    • If you are doing the US, make sure to research what types of standardized tests (ex: STAAR in Texas) exist in that region.
    • What major universities exist in your region?
land use
Land Use
  • How is land owned and shared?
  • Is land used for farming, livestock or manufacturing?
trading networks
Trading Networks
  • What kinds of goods and serviced do people exchange?
  • What items do they trade with those outside the region?
  • What are the main minority groups in the region?
  • How equally are men and women treated?
    • For US, you should have some type of chart that depicts this information.
    • What is the income of a woman in relation to a man’s?
current event
Current Event
  • Using ESPN, provide a current event article
    • What is happening with the
      • Economic aspect of your region?
      • Social aspect of your region?
      • Political aspect of your region?
      • eNvironment aspect of your region?
display board
Display Board
  • Map
    • Physical and Political features
  • Creativity
    • The less white on board, the better
  • Pictures
    • 20 pictures minimum
      • take into account all aspects such as Physical Characteristics, Cultural Characteristics, etc.