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I Love Geography

Geography Test 7th Grade

point of view Personal ways at which a person looks at the world shaped by their experiences
Spacial Perspective Where something is and why it is there
Geography A science describing the physical and cultural features of earth
5 Themes of Geography - Location - Place - Human Environment Interaction - Movement - Region
Location The exact or relative spot of something
Absolute Location Defines an exact spot on earth.
Example of Absolute Location Latitude and Longitude
Relative Location Describes a position of a place in relation to another place
Three ways relative location is used - Direction - Distance - Time
Place Physical and human features of a location
Human Environment Interaction The way that people and environments affect each other
Two ways humans depend on the physical environment to survive. - Living and Non-Living Resources - How humans change behavior to suit the environment
Movement Study of movement of people or ideas
Diffusion Movement of ideas or behaviors from one region to another by way of communication
Region An area of the earth's surface with one or more shared characteristics
Created by: jalmeida