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Do Now: Reading Day
Get seated – fill in the front seats first!!!
Take out your Human Geo. notebook and
open to your Human Geo. tab in your
binder.
On a new sheet of paper in your notebook,
write today’s date and Human Geo.
Reading Day on the top.
Reading Day Review 
Content Quiz Questions
DBQ’s Lighting Round
Student Q&A
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
What is geography?
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
The study of the
earth, specifically the
spatial organization
of the earth’s surface
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
Which of the 5 themes of geo.
is most central to geo.?
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
LOCATION!
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
Site identifies a place by its
_________________
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
Unique physical
characteristics
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
Situation identifies a place by
________________
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
Location relative to other
subjects, especially human
characteristics
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
How would you
write the scale of
a map if one inch
of road on the
map represents
1,000 inches on
the road?
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
1:1,000
Or
1 in. = 1,000 in.
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
What is
map
distortion
and what
causes
it?
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
When the
shape of land
masses
becomes
distorted (or
changed) due
to projection
Tip: see how
big Antarctica
looks?
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
What is
mathematical
location?
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
The
mathematical
concept of
location is the
exact latitude
and longitude
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
What does the
theory of
environmental
determinism
say?
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
That a society’s
environment
determines its
success or failure
 Tip: Our buddy Jared
Diamond over there is
NOT an environmental
determinist!
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
What does arithmetic
density (population density)
tell us?
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
Density tells us
how closely people
live to each other.
Arithmetic density
measures how
many people per
area of land.
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
What is the difference
between physiological and
agricultural density?
Unit 1: Thinking Geographically
Physiological density:
Persons per area of arable
land
Agricultural density:
Farmers per area of arable land
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Which areas of the world
are growing most rapidly?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Developing countries
Tip: This is very important/concerning
because these countries already lack
food, energy, resources, etc.
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Which region of the U.S. is
most densely populated?
a.
b.
c.
d.
Northeast
Southeast
Southwest
West
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Northeast
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
What is the Natural
Increase Rate?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Birth rate – Death rate
(the rate in which the
population increases)
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
What is are the main
negative effects of
overpopulation?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
What is the
relationship
between the
education of
women and birth
rates?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
As women have
more access to
education, birth
rates drop
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
What are the
characteristics
of Stage 1 of
the DTM?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Stage 1:
Most basic, hunter
gatherer societies,
fluctuating birth and
death rates, very
little education,
traditional gender
roles
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
What are the
characteristics of
stage 2 of the
DTM?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Population
explosion (high
birth and death),
death rate begins
to drop due to
health care and
sanitation, very
little contraception
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
What are the
characteristics of
stage 3 of the
DTM?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Birth rate and death
rates dropping and
getting much lower,
pop. is stabilizing,
education and health
care much more
available,
contraception
available
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
What are the
characteristics of
stage 4 of the
DTM?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Pop. pyramid is
contracting,
having less
children, elderly
people are
supported by
fewer young
people, advanced
society
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Open Response
Challenge:
Choose one stage in the
DTM and list:
 One positive impact of the country’s
population structure on economic
development
 One negative impact of the country’s
population structure on economic
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
How can a
country reduce
its birth rate most
effectively?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Distribute
contraception
Educate women
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Where do people
generally avoid?
(hint: the four too’s)
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Too wet, too
cold, too dry, too
high
(mountainous)
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
These two countries make
up 1/3 of the world’s
population…
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
India and China
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
What are the three
reasons people move?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Economic factors
Environmental comfort
Cultural freedom
(Tip: most people move for the first
reason)
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Name one
push factor for
a Dinka in
Sudan.
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Fear of ethnic violence;
lack of resources (poverty);
poor education
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Name one pull
factor for a
Dinka in Sudan
moving to
America
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Cultural
freedom/peace;
plentiful
resources;
education
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Name 3
examples of
forced migration
from U.S.
history.
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Slave trade
Trail of Tears
Japanese
Internment
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
What was the
Great
Migration?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Mass migration
of African
American from
the South to the
North, 1910’s –
1930’s
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
What are the 2
largest eras in
immigration to
America (and
where did people
come from)?
Unit 2: Population and
Migration
Europe, 1850 –
1920
Latin America
and Asia,
1960 - present
Unit 3: Culture
What is cultural
diffusion?
Unit 3: Culture
The spread of
culture over
geographical
area
Unit 3: Culture
Cultural
imperialism
happens
when…
Unit 3: Culture
One culture
dominates
over another
Unit 3: Culture
What is a
lingua franca
and what is
the current
lingua
franca?
Unit 3: Culture
Trade language;
English
Tip: English is
official in US,
Canada, UK,
Australia, New
Zealand, South
Africa, India
Unit 3: Culture
The most
widespread
language
family is…
Unit 3: Culture
IndoEuropean
Unit 3: Culture
The main
difference
between
polytheism
and
monotheism
is…
Unit 3: Culture
Polytheism:
more than
one God
Monotheism
: one God
Unit 3: Culture
The major
universalizing
religions (3)
are…
The major
ethnic religions
are…
Unit 3: Culture
Universalizing:
Christianity,
Buddhism,
Islam
Ethnic:
Hinduism,
Judaism,
Animism
Unit 3: Culture
People in which two
religious groups are in
conflict over Palestine?
Unit 3: Culture
Muslims (Palestinians)
Jews (Isreal)
Unit 3: Culture
Free Response Challenge:
Name the hearths of these major
religions:
Christianity
Hinduism
Islam
Judiasm
Buddhism
Unit 3: Culture
Christianity – Jerusalem (Israel)
Hinduism – Northern India
Islam – Mecca (Saudi Arabia)
Judaism – Jerusalem (Israel)
Buddhism – Nepal/Bhutan
(Northern Himalayas)
Unit 3: Culture
What is the
difference
between race
and ethnicity?
Unit 3: Culture
What is the
difference
between race
and ethnicity?
Unit 3: Culture
Race – physical
characteristics
Ethnicity –
cultural identity
Unit 3: Culture
Folk culture
diffuses through
____________
Pop culture
diffuses through
_____________
Unit 3: Culture
Folk culture
diffuses through
migration
Pop culture
diffuses through
media, internet,
globalization, etc.
Unit 3: Culture
Free Response Challenge:
It has been argued that team sporting events in the
United States have become media spectacles. Athletic
competition between opposing teams, especially when
viewed on television, seems relegated to a mere
vehicle for advertising hype and the promotion of
popular culture. The epitome of this, of course, is the
Super Bowl, with its halftime show produced by MTV!
In addition to this are the hundreds of products
endorsed by athletic celebrities. Discuss the
association between sports in the United States and
popular culture through marketing.
DBQ Lightening Round
What is this
political cartoon
saying about global
population?
DBQ Lightening Round
What
religion is
most
prominent in
the South?
DBQ Lightening Round
What
religion is
most
prominent in
the Northern
Midwest?
DBQ Lightening Round
Name 5
countries
where
English is
the official
language.
DBQ Lightening Round
Which two
US regions
is SODA the
preferred
word
choice?
DBQ Lightening Round
Name one
state that
appears to
be very
confused in
the soft
drink
debate…