THE 5 THEMES OF GEOGRAPHY Learning Target Students

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THE 5 THEMES OF GEOGRAPHY Learning Target: Students will be able to explain the

THE 5 THEMES OF GEOGRAPHY Learning Target: Students will be able to explain the 5 themes of geography. 9/24/19 1. Take notes on movement & regions 2. Create place powerpoint slide (15 minutes) 3. Create human-environment interaction slide (15 minutes)

What is Geography? • Study of the Earth – Anything that can be mapped

What is Geography? • Study of the Earth – Anything that can be mapped is geography! – Geography “maps” two areas: 1. Physical 2. Human

Physical Geography Map of the physical aspects of the USA – rivers, mountains, large

Physical Geography Map of the physical aspects of the USA – rivers, mountains, large bodies of water, etc.

Human Geography USA Map of States – state lines only exist on maps. USA

Human Geography USA Map of States – state lines only exist on maps. USA Population Density Changing over 3 decades.

What is Geography? • Physical Geography – The natural environment • • Geosphere (land)

What is Geography? • Physical Geography – The natural environment • • Geosphere (land) Hydrosphere (water) Atmosphere (air) Biosphere (life) • Human Geography – The “built” environment • • Communities People Culture Religion

What is Geography? *Geography shows the relationship between people and the environment*

What is Geography? *Geography shows the relationship between people and the environment*

MR. HELP Remembering the 5 Themes • M – Movement • R – Regions

MR. HELP Remembering the 5 Themes • M – Movement • R – Regions • HE – Human Environment interaction • L – Location • P - Place

Geo Me Power point • Make your Title Page – Label Geo Me –

Geo Me Power point • Make your Title Page – Label Geo Me – Include a picture of you – Include your name – Save to office 365

THE FIVE THEMES OF GEOGRAPHY • Location • Place • Human-Environment Interaction • Movement

THE FIVE THEMES OF GEOGRAPHY • Location • Place • Human-Environment Interaction • Movement • Regions

LOCATION Where are we? • Absolute Location • Relative Location – A latitude and

LOCATION Where are we? • Absolute Location • Relative Location – A latitude and – Described by You longitude (global landmarks, time, are Here location) or a street direction or distance. address (local location). From one place to – Paris France is 48 o another. o North Latitude and 2 o East Longitude. – The White House is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. – Go two blocks south of General Palmer and turn right.

Project Requirements • Directions: Create a Power. Point about the five themes of geography

Project Requirements • Directions: Create a Power. Point about the five themes of geography based on you. • Each Slide Must Include: • Title of each theme (location, place, human/environment interaction, movement and region). • A definition of each theme. • Each theme must include a minimum of one picture that is related to both you and theme. • A Caption: Each theme must include an

Location Definition: Where are you? Absolute location does not change. Relative location is always

Location Definition: Where are you? Absolute location does not change. Relative location is always relative to where you are. Caption: It is difficult to see but under the light is the address of my new house. My wife and I bought this house in 2015 and it represents the absolute location of where we live because the address does not change.

Latitude and Longitude Video • Latitude and Longitude Rap

Latitude and Longitude Video • Latitude and Longitude Rap

PLACE What is it like there, what kind of place is it? • Human

PLACE What is it like there, what kind of place is it? • Human • Physical Characteristics • What are the main languages, customs, and beliefs? • How many people live, work, and visit a place. • Landforms (mountains, rivers, etc. ), climate, vegetation, wildlife, soil, etc.

HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION • How do humans and the environment affect each other? – We

HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION • How do humans and the environment affect each other? – We depend on it. • People depend on the Colorado River for water and recreation. – We modify it. • People modify our environment by heating and cooling buildings for comfort. – We adapt to it. • We adapt to the environment by wearing clothing suitable for summer (shorts) and winter (coats), rain and shine.

Project Requirements • Directions: Create a Power. Point about the five themes of geography

Project Requirements • Directions: Create a Power. Point about the five themes of geography based on you. • The Poster Must Include: • Title of each theme (location, place, human/environment interaction, movement and region). • A definition of each theme. • Each theme must include a minimum of one picture that is related to both you and theme. • A Caption: Each theme must include an

MOVEMENT • How are people, goods, ideas moved from place to place? – Human

MOVEMENT • How are people, goods, ideas moved from place to place? – Human Movement • Trucks, Trains, Planes – Information Movement • Phones, computer (email), Twitter! mail – Idea Movement • How do fads move from place to place? TV, Radio, Magazines

REGIONS • How are Regions similar to and different from other areas? – Formal

REGIONS • How are Regions similar to and different from other areas? – Formal Regions • Regions defined by governmental or administrative boundaries. – (States, Countries, Cities) – Regions defined by similar characteristics (Corn Belt, Rocky Mountain region, Chinatown). – Functional Regions • Regions defined by a function (newspaper service area, cell phone coverage area) – Vernacular Regions • Regions defined by peoples perception (middle east, the south, etc. )

Project Requirements • Directions: Create a Power. Point about the five themes of geography

Project Requirements • Directions: Create a Power. Point about the five themes of geography based on you. • Each Slide Must Include: • Title of each theme (location, place, human/environment interaction, movement and region). • A definition of each theme. • Each theme must include a minimum of one picture that is related to both you and theme. • A Caption: Each theme must include an

5 Themes Rap

5 Themes Rap

Formative Assessment Let’s Go Outside! List 5 human aspects of place and 5 physical

Formative Assessment Let’s Go Outside! List 5 human aspects of place and 5 physical aspects of space that you see.

Remembering the 5 themes • If you can’t remembering what they are just ask

Remembering the 5 themes • If you can’t remembering what they are just ask MR. HELP!!! • M – Movement • R – Regions • HE – Human Environment interaction • L – Location • P - Place

Geography Me! • Describe you, your family, and your world using the 5 Themes

Geography Me! • Describe you, your family, and your world using the 5 Themes of Geography. For Monday have electronic access to pictures that you can use in a Power. Point.