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World Cultures Oceania Vocabulary
Treaty of Waitangi
Penal Colony
Common Wealth of Nations
AANZFTA
Agreement made in 1840 between the British Monarch and more t…
Settlement used to exile prisoners and separate them from the…
Former British colonies that share a heritage of British law…
Australia and New Zealand Free Trade Agreement between them a…
Treaty of Waitangi
Agreement made in 1840 between the British Monarch and more t…
Penal Colony
Settlement used to exile prisoners and separate them from the…
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World Cultures Oceania Notes
T.W.E.D.Y.A.D.W.T.S
The parts of an essay
11 Sentences
Oceania
To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement
Thesis, The Body, The Conclusion
Thesis, most important, Point #1, strongest argument, Support…
This contains the continent and country of Australia.
T.W.E.D.Y.A.D.W.T.S
To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement
The parts of an essay
Thesis, The Body, The Conclusion
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World Cultures- Oceania
mythic
ritualistic
When did the British come to Australia
What did the british see the Aborigina…
formed to explain something, come up w/ stories to explain ho…
do things, and things will happen
1770
they saw them as sub human
mythic
formed to explain something, come up w/ stories to explain ho…
ritualistic
do things, and things will happen
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World Cultures: Australia and Oceania
What are the 3 main island groups in O…
Where is Polynesia?
Where is Melanesia?
Where is Micronesia?
Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia
The farthest east you can get
To the left (west)
Island group at bottom
What are the 3 main island groups in O…
Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia
Where is Polynesia?
The farthest east you can get
World Geography & Cultures : Australia and Oceania
Where are most people in Australia loc…
Who were the first Europeans in Austra…
Who are the aborigines?
Why are rising seas a threat to Oceania?
Coastlines
British
The natives of Australia/New Zealand
Many of the islands nations are only a few feet above sea lev…
Where are most people in Australia loc…
Coastlines
Who were the first Europeans in Austra…
British
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World Cultures Test 1 (Oceania and Australia)
What is geography?
How many "important questions" are the…
What is a cartographer?
1st question?
Describing the world
5 questions
Someone who maps things/makes maps
Where is it
What is geography?
Describing the world
How many "important questions" are the…
5 questions
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World Cultures - Chapter 33 Australia, New Zealand and Oceania Factoids
James Cook
Great Barrier Reef
Maori Women
Aborigines
Discovered Australia
Huge coral reef off the coast of Australia, largest living or…
Traditionally have worn tattoos around their chin and mouth t…
The first nomadic hunters and gatherers that probably arrived…
James Cook
Discovered Australia
Great Barrier Reef
Huge coral reef off the coast of Australia, largest living or…
World Cultures Notes: Southeast Asia and Oceania
Southeast Asia is made up of two subre…
The ______ river is the most important…
__________ _____ are present in Southe…
There are two types of islands in Ocea…
Indochinese Peninsula, islands; Melanesia (most populated), P…
Mekong, trade, travel
Monsoonal rains
high-volcanic, low-coral (poor soil)
Southeast Asia is made up of two subre…
Indochinese Peninsula, islands; Melanesia (most populated), P…
The ______ river is the most important…
Mekong, trade, travel
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world cultures2 Oceania, Australia, Antarctica
marsupial
kiwi
Antarctica is largely covered by an __…
geothermal energy
A mammal, such as a koala, kangaroo, Tasmanian devil or oposs…
flightless bird native to New Zealand; and a small fruit
ice cap, 90%
Heat energy in Earth's interior from water or steam that has…
marsupial
A mammal, such as a koala, kangaroo, Tasmanian devil or oposs…
kiwi
flightless bird native to New Zealand; and a small fruit
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World Cultures Final East Asia and Oceania
China
China
India
constitutional monarchy
What country has the largest population in East Asia?
This country has claim to an increasingly dominant economy.
Where did Buddhism originate?
Identify the type of governmental system Japan currently has…
China
What country has the largest population in East Asia?
China
This country has claim to an increasingly dominant economy.
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World Geography & Cultures Chapters 32-34 (Oceania)
Atoll
Doldrums
Dominion
Strine
Ring-shaped island formed by coral building up along the rim…
A frequently windless area near the Equator.
A partially self-governing country with close ties to another…
Colloquial English spoken in Australia.
Atoll
Ring-shaped island formed by coral building up along the rim…
Doldrums
A frequently windless area near the Equator.
World Geography and Cultures - Australia/Oceania Test Review
micronesia
polynesia
melanesia
aborigines
little islands... further north
many islands... covers a large area
black islands... northeast of Australia
indigenous people of austrailia
micronesia
little islands... further north
polynesia
many islands... covers a large area
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World Geography & Cultures Chapters 32-34 (Oceania)
Artesian Well
Atoll
Doldrums
Wattle
A bored well from which water flows up like a fountain.
Ring-shaped island formed by coral building up along the rim…
A frequently windless area near the Equator.
Woven framework made from acacia saplings by early Australian…
Artesian Well
A bored well from which water flows up like a fountain.
Atoll
Ring-shaped island formed by coral building up along the rim…
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World Geography & Cultures Chapters 32-34 (Oceania)
Atoll
Doldrums
Dominion
Strine
Ring-shaped island formed by coral building up along the rim…
A frequently windless area near the Equator
A partially self-governing country with close ties to another…
Colloquial English spoken in Australia.
Atoll
Ring-shaped island formed by coral building up along the rim…
Doldrums
A frequently windless area near the Equator
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World Geography & Cultures Chapters 32-34 (Oceania)
Doldrums
Dominion
Strine
Horticulture
A frequently windless area near the Equator
A partially self-governing country with close ties to another…
Colloquial English spoken in Australia.
The science and art of growing fruits, vegetables, and plants.
Doldrums
A frequently windless area near the Equator
Dominion
A partially self-governing country with close ties to another…
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World Cultures Midterm Exam (Oceania and Primal Religions)
(True or False) Australia is the world…
Which of the following believes the di…
Versions of a language are called ____…
All of the following are themes of Cul…
True
Animism
Dialects
Ethical
(True or False) Australia is the world…
True
Which of the following believes the di…
Animism
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Music Cultures: Oceania (Mary)
Susap
Oceania
Didjeridu
Kiribati group song
mouth harp (lamellophone), free reed pulled close to mouth, w…
Australia, Melanasia (meaning "dark islands"), Micronesia ("s…
A non-keyed tube aerophone; performer buzzes the lips in orde…
Polyphonic choral singing is found throughout Micronesia and…
Susap
mouth harp (lamellophone), free reed pulled close to mouth, w…
Oceania
Australia, Melanasia (meaning "dark islands"), Micronesia ("s…
Exploring our world chapter 29 History and cultures of Australia Oceania and Antartica
boomerang
trust territory
bush
stations
flat bent tool used by Aborigines to kill small animals
area temporarily placed under the control of another country
rural areas in Australia
people who live in the bush work on cattle or sheep ranches c…
boomerang
flat bent tool used by Aborigines to kill small animals
trust territory
area temporarily placed under the control of another country
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Oceania Culture
Fish
Coconuts
pineapple
lamb
common food eaten in Oceania
common food eaten in Oceania/People drink ?milk and use it in…
tropical fruits like that are common
most common meat
Fish
common food eaten in Oceania
Coconuts
common food eaten in Oceania/People drink ?milk and use it in…
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Oceania Culture
What is the main religion of New Zeala…
What is the dominant language of New Z…
What type of government does New Zeala…
What percent of New Zealand is urban?
Christianity
English
Constitutional Monarchy
86%
What is the main religion of New Zeala…
Christianity
What is the dominant language of New Z…
English
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cultures of Oceania
What is the traditional basis for the…
What are the various forms of support…
1. How has the migrant community in Ar…
What has remained distinctively "Marsh…
They embrace both the feminine and masculine traits that are…
Her grandparents were the ones who supported her the most in…
The community of Arkansas had to adapt to the non Marshallese…
The community is very close together, and have big celebratio…
What is the traditional basis for the…
They embrace both the feminine and masculine traits that are…
What are the various forms of support…
Her grandparents were the ones who supported her the most in…
Oceania Region Culture
Oceania
Languages
Government
Religion/Belief System
Four countries in Oceania include Australia, New Zealand, Ind…
Most common language is English, but other countries speak Ja…
The government in most countries is a Democracy under a const…
The most common religions are christianity or islam
Oceania
Four countries in Oceania include Australia, New Zealand, Ind…
Languages
Most common language is English, but other countries speak Ja…
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Oceania Music Cultures
Oceania
Melanesia
Micronesia
Polynesia
Includes New Guinea, Kiribati, Hawaii, and Australia
dark islands
small islands
many islands
Oceania
Includes New Guinea, Kiribati, Hawaii, and Australia
Melanesia
dark islands
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APAH Cultures: Oceania
The Ambum Stone*
Terracotta fragment*
Nan Madol*
Moai on platform (ahu)*
Ambum Valley, Papua New Guinea... 1500 BCE (Prehistoric)... Greywacke
Solomon Islands (Lapita people)... 1000 BCE... incised terracotta
Pohnpei, Micronesia (Saudeleur Dynasty)... 700-1600 CE... Basalt bo…
Easter Island (Rapa Nui)... 1100-1600 CE... volcanic tuff and basalt
The Ambum Stone*
Ambum Valley, Papua New Guinea... 1500 BCE (Prehistoric)... Greywacke
Terracotta fragment*
Solomon Islands (Lapita people)... 1000 BCE... incised terracotta
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World Geography- Oceania
Great Barrier Reef
ice shelf
Aborigines
Maori
the world's largest coral reef system, composed of roughly 3,…
a layer of ice above a body of water that can sometimes break…
the original inhabitants of Australia
the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand
Great Barrier Reef
the world's largest coral reef system, composed of roughly 3,…
ice shelf
a layer of ice above a body of water that can sometimes break…
History and cultures of Australia and Oceania
Boomerang
Trust territory
Bush
Stations
A special weapon used to hunt animals
An area temporality placed under control of another country
Rural areas known
Cattle ow sheep ranchea
Boomerang
A special weapon used to hunt animals
Trust territory
An area temporality placed under control of another country
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World Geography & Oceania Notes
another term for the Australian contin…
world's largest continent
continent holding most of the Middle E…
world's largest ocean
Oceania
Asia
Asia
Pacific
another term for the Australian contin…
Oceania
world's largest continent
Asia
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Glencoe Exploring Our World Unit 10 Chapter 29 History and Cultures of Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica
boomerang
trust territory
bush
stations
it's a flat, bent, wooden tool that hunters throw to stun prey
area temporarily placed under the control of another country
some people who live in ____ work on cattle and sheep ranches…
sheep ranches
boomerang
it's a flat, bent, wooden tool that hunters throw to stun prey
trust territory
area temporarily placed under the control of another country
WORLD GEOGRAPHY & OCEANIA
Oceania
Asia
Asia
Russia
another name for Australian continent
World's largest continent
Continent holding most of the Middle East
Largest Eurasian country
Oceania
another name for Australian continent
Asia
World's largest continent
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World Geography #8 "Oceania"
Oceania (The Pacific World)
Subregions of Oceania
Antarctica
Pacific Island Regions
- region covers 1/3 of the earth's surface... - dominated by th…
- Australia... - New Zealand... - Islands of the Mid-Pacific
- no permanent human inhabitants... - site of important scienti…
1. Melanesia - "black islands" ... 2. Micronesia - "tiny islands…
Oceania (The Pacific World)
- region covers 1/3 of the earth's surface... - dominated by th…
Subregions of Oceania
- Australia... - New Zealand... - Islands of the Mid-Pacific
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World Music Oceania
Types of Instruments in Oceania
James Cook
Aborginal Australia
Australian Culture
idophones, aerophones, chordophones
part of the first fleet into (botany Bay)
-cultures extending back at least 45,000 years... -oldest contin…
-no iron or bronze age... -no farming, no monuments, no cities =…
Types of Instruments in Oceania
idophones, aerophones, chordophones
James Cook
part of the first fleet into (botany Bay)
World Geography-Oceania
Australia
East Timor (Timor Leste)
Fiji
Guam
Australia
East Timor (Timor Leste)
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World Geography: Australia and Oceania
Indonesia
Papua New Guinea
Solomon Islands
Vanuatu
Jakarta
Port Moresby
Honiara
Port Vila
Indonesia
Jakarta
Papua New Guinea
Port Moresby
World Capitals: Australia and Oceania
Samoa
Australia
Fiji
Kiribati
Apia
Canberra
Suva
Tarawa
Samoa
Apia
Australia
Canberra
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World Geography Oceania & Australia
Aborigines
Nomadic
Boomerang
Maoris
Natives of australia
Moved from place to place
Used for hunting
Earliest inhabitants of New Zealand
Aborigines
Natives of australia
Nomadic
Moved from place to place
Cultural Geography of Oceania and Antarctica
animism
federation
Maori
Pakeha
The belief that natural objects have souls.
A political union consisting of a number of states with a cen…
A native Polynesian group that lives in New Zealand.
Maori term for New Zealanders not of Maori descent.
animism
The belief that natural objects have souls.
federation
A political union consisting of a number of states with a cen…
Ap World - Bantu and Oceania
Used canoes, yams, and oils
Lived in clan based villages trading w…
Absorbed population as they settled
Migration increase as the appearance o…
True
True
False, they moved around
True
Used canoes, yams, and oils
True
Lived in clan based villages trading w…
True
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World Geo - Oceania
The 3 large countries in Oceania
How many small island countries are in…
What is the first rule when traveling…
What is the climate zone of middle Aus…
Australia, New Zealand Papa New Guniea
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Never leave your friends
Arid & Desert Scrub
The 3 large countries in Oceania
Australia, New Zealand Papa New Guniea
How many small island countries are in…
11
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AP World History - Australia and Oceania
New Guinea
Aboriginal
Polynesia
Maori
A Pacific island north of Australia. Turned to agriculture cu…
being the first of its kind in a region; native; indigenous;…
Islands contained in a rough triangle whose points lie in Haw…
New Zealand indigenous culture established around 800 CE
New Guinea
A Pacific island north of Australia. Turned to agriculture cu…
Aboriginal
being the first of its kind in a region; native; indigenous;…
World geography-Australia and Oceania
Ring of fire
Who is the Prime minister of Australia
What type of government does Australia…
Indigenous people of Australia
Major area in the pacific with lots of earthquakes and volcan…
Malcolm Turnbull
Parliament
Aboriginals
Ring of fire
Major area in the pacific with lots of earthquakes and volcan…
Who is the Prime minister of Australia
Malcolm Turnbull
Cultural Geography of Oceania and Antarctica
Which of the timelines above correctly…
Which of the timelines above correctly…
Australia's capital city, __________,…
To promote the growth of vegetation, A…
Two (2)
Three (3)
Canberra
used fire to do controlled burns
Which of the timelines above correctly…
Two (2)
Which of the timelines above correctly…
Three (3)
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Mr. Stewart World Geo Oceania
Commonwealth Realm
The Outback
Wet America
Easter Island
The countries who recognize Queen of England as the head of s…
The remote and usually uninhabited inland regions of Australi…
The water and island around the pacific islands that the US c…
Island in Polynesia owned by Chile that contains giant humano…
Commonwealth Realm
The countries who recognize Queen of England as the head of s…
The Outback
The remote and usually uninhabited inland regions of Australi…
Asian and Oceania Cultural Regions
North Asia
East Asia
South Asia
West Asia
Russia, Mongolia
China, North Korea, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, Ca…
Pakistan, India, Bangladesh
ALL -stans, except for Pakistan, and part of Afganistan.
North Asia
Russia, Mongolia
East Asia
China, North Korea, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, Ca…
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Oceania and World Superlatives
Largest Country
Most Populous Country
Densest Population
Tallest Mountain
Russia
China
Monaco
Mt. Everest
Largest Country
Russia
Most Populous Country
China
World Geography Oceania
Atoll
Sunken mountains
Lagoon
Great dividing range
A ring-shaped island formed by the buildup of coral reefs in…
A volcanic island that has become submerged
A shallow lake that is intermittently connected to a river, a…
A chain of hills and mountains in Australia
Atoll
A ring-shaped island formed by the buildup of coral reefs in…
Sunken mountains
A volcanic island that has become submerged
World Geography - Oceania Countries & Capitals
Australia
Federated States of Micronesia
Fiji
Marshall Islands
Canberra
Palikir
Suva
Majuro
Australia
Canberra
Federated States of Micronesia
Palikir
world music-oceania
Aborigines
Bino
Circular breathing
Didjeridu
A generic term for an indigenous population, often used to de…
A sitting dance typical of traditional music and dance perfor…
A technique used to maintain a continuous airflow in aerophon…
A long trumpet made from a hollowed tree branch and performed…
Aborigines
A generic term for an indigenous population, often used to de…
Bino
A sitting dance typical of traditional music and dance perfor…
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World geo: Oceania
US impact on Oceania
Cane toads, rabbits, camels
About the same as Texas
Service
Bikini atoll
Invasive species
Australia's population
Economic activity
US impact on Oceania
Bikini atoll
Cane toads, rabbits, camels
Invasive species
World Geography: Oceania
20,000 (at least)
volcanoes
Hawaii
It was part of Pangaea
How many islands are in the Pacific Ocean?
These islands were formed by...
Which US state is in the Pacific Ocean?
Why is Australia a continent?
20,000 (at least)
How many islands are in the Pacific Ocean?
volcanoes
These islands were formed by...
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Glencoe Exploring Our World Unit 10 Chapter 29 History and Cultures of Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica
boomerang
trust territory
bush
stations
it's a flat, bent, wooden tool that hunters throw to stun prey
area temporarily placed under the control of another country
some people who live in ____ work on cattle and sheep ranches…
sheep ranches
boomerang
it's a flat, bent, wooden tool that hunters throw to stun prey
trust territory
area temporarily placed under the control of another country
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