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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. human- environment
  2. generalized map
  3. cultural barriers
  4. perceptual region
  5. five themes
  1. a Developed by the Geographic Educational National Implemention Project (GENIP), the _____ ______ of geography are location, human-environment, region, place, and movement.
  2. b The second theme of geography as defined by the geography as defined by the Geography Educational National Implementation project reciprocal relationships between human and environment
  3. c A region that only exists as a conceptualization or an idea and not as a physically demarcated entity.
  4. d Prevailing cultural attitude rendering certian innovations; ideas or practices unacceptable or unadoptable in that particular culture.
  5. e A general map depicting a certain piece of info. such as precipitation.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the notion that successive societies leave their cultural imprints on a place, each contributing to the cumulative cultural landscape
  2. The multiple interactions and relationships between a culture and the natural environment.
  3. A related set of culture traits, such as prevailing dress codes and cooking and eating utensils.
  4. line on a map connecting points equal temperature values
  5. 1st theme, the geographical position of people & things on the Earths surface affects what happens & why

5 True/False questions

  1. region1st theme, the geographical position of people & things on the Earths surface affects what happens & why

          

  2. activity spacethe space within which daily activity occurs

          

  3. sense of placeto reach a broad conclusion avoiding specifics

          

  4. spatial distributionBoth Complementarity ( A condition that exists when two regions, through an exchange of raw materials and/ or finished products, can specifically satisfy each other's demands) and Intervening Opportunity (The presence of a nearer opportunity that greatly diminishes the attractiveness of sites farther away).

          

  5. spatial interactionobserving variations in geographic phenomena across space