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    There are 5 major themes of Geography: Location, Place, Human/Environment Interaction, Movement, and Regions. This BUNDLE includes ALL FIVE individual theme units:

    5 Themes of Geography | Location
    5 Themes of Geography | Place
    5 Themes of Geography |Human Environment Interaction 
    5 Themes of Geography | Movement
    5 Themes of Geography | Regions
     

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    There are 5 major themes of Geography: Location, Place, Human/Environment Interaction, Movement, and Regions. This unit specifically teaches about Region.

    In Geography, region is an area on earth’s surface that is defined by certain unifying characteristics and can be categorized into three different regional ‘types’. In this unit study, students will learn about three unifying characteristics:

    • – Human Characteristics
    • – Physical Characteristics
    • – Cultural Characteristics

    They will also learn about the three different region types:

    • – Formal
    • – Functional
    • – Perceptual

    Includes:

    • – 5 informational text pages
    • – Vocabulary cards
    • – 5 Student worksheet pages
    • – Answer Keys

     

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    There are 5 major themes of Geography: Location, Place, Human/Environment Interaction, Movement, and Regions. This unit specifically teaches about Movement

    In Geography, movement describes the ways people, goods, information and ideas move from one place to another. In this unit, students will learn about each, specifically about ‘why people move‘, the different types of migration, ‘how goods move‘, how the movement of information and ideas have changed and globalization.

    Includes:
    – 5 pgs of informational text
    – Vocabulary Cards
    – 5 Student worksheet pages
    – 1 Crossword puzzle
    – Answer Keys

     

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    There are 5 major themes of Geography: Location, Place, Human/Environment Interaction, Movement, and Regions. This unit specifically teaches about Human Environment Interaction.

    People adapt to the environment in which they live. The clothes they wear, the food the eat, what they farm (or if they farm), etc., all depends on where they live. They also depend on the environment for basic needs  and change it along the way. This unit will teach students about the interactions that take place between people and the environment in which they live.

    Includes:

    • – 3 pages of instructional text
    • – Vocabulary cards
    • – 8 student worksheet pages + an interview assignment
    • – Answer keys
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    There are 5 major themes of Geography: Location, Place, Human/Environment Interaction, Movement, and Regions. This unit specifically teaches about place.

    In Geography, place describes how areas are alike and different. Students will learn about two ways ‘place’ is categorized: physical characteristics and human characteristics. Physical characteristics discussed include: landforms, bodies of water, climate, soil, vegetation and animal life. Human characteristics discussed include: land use, population, language, religion, architecture and political systems.

    Includes:

    • – 8 pages of instructional text
    • – Vocabulary cards
    • – 4 student worksheet pages + essay questions which can be assigned or discussed
    • – Answer keys
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    There are 5 major themes of Geography: Location, Place, Human/Environment Interaction, Movement, and Regions. This unit specifically teaches about location.

    Students will learn about two types of location: absolute and relative location. In this process, they will learn about the lines of latitude and longitude, the northern, southern, eastern and western hemispheres and more.

    Includes:

    • – 6 pages of instructional text
    • – Vocabulary cards
    • – 5 student worksheet pages
    • – Answer keys
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    In geography, students should learn the five themes of geography. Learning these themes will help students begin to think like geographers…organizing space (i.e. ‘the world’) in much the same way as historians organize time. This resource will teach students the five themes plus gives them the opportunity to practice using them!

    Includes:
    – 4.5 pages of informational text explaining the themes in detail
    – A notebooking template and explanation strips for students to use as a study aid
    – An activity that can be used again and again so students can put into practice what they have learned

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