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Historical Skills #1

Unit 1 2022-2023

What are the five themes of geography? Location, Place, Region, Movement, Human Environment-Interaction
perspective point of view or a particular attitude about something.
artifacts Things that people made and left behind.
civilization A society with social and political organization.
primary source an orginal source
secondary sources works that summarize the primary sources
supply the amount of something
scarcity not enough of a resource
resources something that can be used to fulfill a need
archeology physical evidence of past human societies
fossils remains of humans, plants, and animals
physical features The shapes that land and water make on the surface of the earth.
What are the four parts of a map? key, compass, scale, and title
How many continents are there? 7
How many oceans are there? 5
What are the five oceans? Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean. Indian Ocean. Arctic Ocean, Southern Ocean
What are the seven continents? Africa, Asia, Australia, North America, South America, Europe, Antartica
Which part of the map tells you what the map is about? title
Which part of a map tells you what the symbols mean? key
Which part of a map tells you the directions? compass
Which part of a map tells you the distance? scale
What are the cardinal directions? North, South, East, West
What are the intermediate directions? Northwest. Northeast, Southwest, Southeast
What are examples of primary sources? letter, speech, diary, autobiography, photo, video
What are examples of secondary sources? summary, textbook. dictionary, magazine article, essay
What is a phyiscal map? Map that shows physical features using brown, green, and blue colors.
What is a poltical map? Map that shows human features using bright colors.
What are examples of physical features? mountains, desert, river, rainforest
Created by: Flatrock17
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