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Map & Globe Skills

Grade 9 Geography Unit 1

What is Geography? study of the earths features and human and animal relationship with the earth and then environment
What are the 5 types of Geography? location, Place, Human-Environment interaction, Movement, Region
What are the Provinces/Territories of Canada from right to left? Newfoundland,Pei, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, saskatchewan, Alberta, B.C, Yukon, N.W.T, Nunavut
What should a map include? Border, Title, Legend, Directional Arrow, Sfale
What is scale? scale is a way of shortening or reducing the actual distance on the earth's surface so that it fits on a map.
What are the three types of Scales? Direct Statement, Line Scale, Representative Fraction Scale
What are the four principles points of a compass called? Cardinal Points
What are the 4 Cardinal Points? North, South, east, West
What are the secondary points of a compass called? Secondary Points
What are the 4 Secondary Points? NW, NE, SW, SE
What do you use more more accuracy rather than compass points? Compass Bearings
There are two type os Grids they are: Alphaneumaric Grids & Military Grids
Time Zones are ___ apart. 15 degrees
Created by: lil_bela