5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a The study of Citizenship.
- b People who study Geography.
- c How humans and their surroundings affect one another.
- d The way people use resources to meet their needs.
- e The study of people, places, and events in the past.
5 Multiple choice questions
- How a group of people dress, their beliefs, the language the speak, and food they eat.
- Features formed by nature. Ex. Landforms, bodies of water, and plant life.
- examine each part and relate them to each other.
- a story told aloud about an event.
- records made by people who saw or took part in past events. Ex. Journals, diaries, stories in letters, poems, songs, speeches, paintings, photographs or objects.
5 True/False questions
Chronology → The way people use resources to meet their needs.
Evidence → Proof of when, why, where, and how things happened.
Economics → The way people use resources to meet their needs.
Government → A system of leaders and laws that helps people live safely together in a community, state, or a country.
Secondary Source → records of an event that were made by people who were not there.