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Agenda • Political Cartoon Analysis & your notebook will be stamped for page 74 Read to Discover and Key Vocabulary Terms. • Chapter 4, Reading Questions, answer in complete sentences. Due in 20 minutes. • Cornell Notes on “Today’s World Culture Regions.” • Vocabulary Practice. • Intro to your first Culture Region and Continent we’ll study. • Focus on Geographic Themes Questions, pages 70 & 75, and Ques. #3 page 77. Write ques. & answer. Answers must be in complete sentences. • Homework; Have Chapter 4 read, and vocabulary should be completed for Tomorrow’s quiz. • Current Event News Article
Objectives • You Shall All; • Carefully read the textbook and answer all of the Chapter 4, reading questions correctly. • Add notes to your Notebook which describe the characteristics Geographers use to divide the world into culture regions. • Practice your vocabulary knowledge for tomorrow’s quiz.
Practice Assignments for your Test/Quiz • Focus on Geographic Themes Questions pages 75 • Ques. #3 page 77. • Write ques. & answer. Answers must be in complete sentences. • Page 81, locating places. • Turn it in on a separate paper. • Add Geographic Setting/Themes and Read to Discover from pages 222 and 223 into your Notebook.
Vocabulary word Vocabulary Practice Definition 1. Government 2. Culture Regions 3. Subsistence Farming 1. A group or nation’s political system. 2. Division of the Earth based on government, social groups, economic systems, language, or religion 3. Traditional agriculture whose goal is to produce just enough to eat for a family or a village to survive.
Vocabulary word Vocabulary Practice Definition 4. Culture 5. Population density 6. Absolute location 4. Way of life of a group of people who share traditions, interests, beliefs and ways of making a living. 5. Average number of people in the square mile or square kilometer. 6. the position of a place on the earth’s surface.