5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- directional indicator
- a Land masses smaller than continents and surrounded by
- b Globe is divided into 2 halves N & S and E & W
- c lines of longitudes are called this.
- d an organized collection of maps in one book.
- e shows which directions are north, south, east, and west.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- mapmakers use scales to represent distances between points on a map.
- The pattern of lines that circle the earth in east-west and north-
- has arrows that point to all four principal directions.
- are drawn in east-west direction and measure distance north and south of the equator.
- is an imaginary line that runs through Greenwhich, England, from the North Pole to the South Pole.
5 True/False Questions
continents → are the lines that measure north and south starting at the
top of the northern hemisphere and go to the southern hemisphere.
degrees → The symbol for degrees is a small 0 above the number.
These are then subdivided into minutes ' is the symbol. There are 60 degrees in a minute.
parallels → lines of latitude are called this because they are always
parallel to the equator. Ones that measure North are labeled N
and ones that measure South are labeled S
great circle route → The shortest route between two points on the earth.
globe → The pattern of lines that circle the earth in east-west and north-