5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- South and North Poles
- Other Names
- Time Zones
- a Latitude-Parallels
- b We have Time Zones because the earth rotates
- c North 90 degrees North
and South 90 degrees South
- d December(About 21st)- South pole is closest to the sun.
Lack of sunlight brings winter to the northern hemisphere
June(About the 21st)-North pole is tilted closest to the sun. Brings summer to the northern hemisphere
- e March (About the 21st)-Sun is directly overhead at noon on the equator. Axis is tilted neither away or toward the sun
September(About the 23rd)-Sun is again directly overhead at noon on the equator
5 Multiple choice questions
- line of latitude at 0 degrees latitude
- Covers about 69 miles.
- 66 degrees South (33')
- Latitude is wrote before Longitude.
- the average weather of a place over many years
5 True/False questions
Arctic Circle → 66 degrees North (33')
The Mercator Projection → Shows nearly the correct size and shape of most land areas. But even it has distortion especially in the areas around the edges of the map.
Latitude → The distance north and south of the Equator
Lines → Longitude-Not Parallel
The Robinson Projection → Shows nearly the correct size and shape of most land areas. But even it has distortion especially in the areas around the edges of the map.