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Geo Map Skills Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1

and Practice Sheet into tray #2 as you exit the room. Fact from each story on CNN. Number each fact. Name

Date Period Map Skills Practice

CNN Facts 1. 11.

2. 12. 3. 13. 4. 14.

5. 15. 6. 16. 7. 17.

8. 18. 9. 19. 10. 20.

Do not write on practice sheet. Geo Map Skills Enter room, and take assigned seat

quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. Fact from each story on CNN.

Number each fact. Geo 3 - 1 Geo 3 1 Enter room, and take assigned seat

quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. Fact from each story on CNN.

Number each fact. Geo 3 1 Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of

paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. Fact from each story on CNN. Number each fact.

North America's Climate varies from very cold to moderate to tropical Great Lakes combine to make the largest body of fresh water in the world.

Great Plains low, flat area of land; rich soil and temperate climate allows agriculture thrive Oil Fields in Southern Great Plains

Dust Bowl cause drought and soil erosion Gulf of Mexico oil lies beneath layers of salt that can

shift, drilling is difficult, underwater earthquakes sometimes occur Gulf of Mexico Explosions can happen, if oil leaks or spills, it can spread all over the Gulf and

onto the land North Americas major cities develop along rivers because they were important for transportation and as a water source

Mississippi River Great Basin dry desert area between Rockies and Sierra Nevada Mountains few people live here because it is too dry and sandy

Death Valley 282 Feet Below Sea Level -282 14,505

Dams built in North America provide electricity, irrigation, and drinking water TVA

Mexican Plateau between two ranges of the Sierra Madres Mexicos Mountains natural resources copper, zinc and silver

Mexican people farm for export and subsistence Yucatn Peninsula Pools underground cave water important

source of fresh water, seeping water formed underground caves Tourists produce garbage and sewage, and can pollute the waters in the caves, making it unusable

Native Americans lost their land to Europeans and died of diseases in the 1500s Geo Chapter 3 Lesson 1

Independent Practice Write answers in complete sentences. If you do not answer last question, you will receive a zero.

1. Describe the Great-Lakes. 78 2. Describe the Dust-Bowl. 80 3. What is located in the southern Great-Plains? 80

4. Describe the Great-Basin. 82 5. Why did North Americas majorcities develop along rivers? 83 6. Describe the pools of

underground cave water in the Yucatn. 86 7. Describe North America's climate. 79

8. Describe the Great-Plains. 79 9. Describe the Mexican-Plateau. 84 10. Describe the natural resources that come from Mexicos

mountains. 84 1. 2. 3. 4.

Largest fresh water in the world. Caused by drought and erosion. Oil Fields B/t Sierra Nevada and the Rocky Mountains-dry and salty.

5. Transportation and water 6. Created by erosion, fresh water supply. 7. Varies 8. Flat agriculture are, fertile soil, and moderate climate 9. Lies between the Sierra Madre 10.Zinc, silver, copper

Geo 4-1 Geo 4 1 Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. Put your name, date, and period

on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. Fact from each story on CNN. Number each fact.

Geo 4 1 Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of

the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. Fact from each story on CNN. Number each fact. Mass Media

communication that reaches large audiences 1800s information reached a large audience through newspapers Early 1900s, radio became the main

form of mass media, it was the most important source of information during

World War II Television became a more popular source of news than radio during the 1950s

Advancements in technology helped to expand the communicatio n and

information industry Communication has become faster because of methods like text messaging

2000s internet and smartphones had made communication more global, mobile, and immediate Reading newspapers decreased because of the Internet

Immigration contributed most to the cultural diversity in Canada and the United States Naturalization process by which someone obtains citizenship in another country

Canada historically encouraged immigration to attract workers; most come from Asia today Mexico is the country of origin for most U.S. immigrants since 2000

Growing unemployment is an economic problem Mexico faces Parliament name of the Canadian legislature Participating in formal elections helps

citizens exercise the right to vote Due Process right protects citizens from unfair treatment by authorities

Rights of speakers of minority languages is guaranteed in Canada but not in the United States Rapid Change common feature shared by the economies of the United States and Canada

Canadas government plays a larger role in its economy than the U.S... Industrial Revolution brought about growth in manufacturing

Global Recession global economic slowdown from 2007 to 2009 Consumers and businesses built up more debt than they could afford, this caused the Great Recession

Oil prices rise when the demand for oil grows faster than the supply. The United States buys more than two-thirds of its oil from other

countries, it provides onethird of the total energy needed in the United States. Ethanol is a fuel made from plant material.

Geo Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Independent Practice Write answers in complete sentences.

If you do not answer last question, you will receive a zero. 1. Describe Mass-Media. 118 2. What provides one-third of the total

energy needed in the United States? 122 3. Compare the role Canadas government plays in its economy with the U.S. 120

4. What is a common feature shared by the economies of the United-States and Canada. 121 5. How has Canada historically attracted workers. 116

6. Describe Due-Process. 125 7. What was the Global-Recession? 121 8. What is the country of origin for most

U.S. immigrants since 2000? 116 9. How much oil does the United-States buy from other countries. 122 10. What has made communication has

become faster? 119 1. Participating in formal elections helps citizens exercise the right to vote. 125 12. Reading newspapers decreased because of the Internet. 118 1. communication that reaches large audiences

2. Oil 3. larger role 4. Rapid change 5. encouraged immigration 6. right protects citizens from unfair treatment by authorities 7. global economic slowdown from 2007 to 2009

8. Mexico 9. two-thirds of its oil 10. methods like text-messaging Geo 4-2

Geo 4 2 Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on

your way out of the room. Fact from each story on CNN. Number each fact. Geo 4 2 Enter room, and take assigned seat

quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. Fact from each story on CNN.

Number each fact. Institutional Revolutionary Party dominated government for more than 70 years in Mexico

Institutional Revolutionary Party policies that harmed the poor, indigenous people caused rebels to rise up Vicente Fox

importance a multi-party democracy Mexican government enacted election reforms in 1996 Mexico went from having only one

dominant political party to having multiparty elections Illegal drug trade caused heavy violence along the U.S.-Mexico border in the early 2000s

Mexico Tourism warm climate and cultural treasures important part of the economy Mexico's government receives the profits from oil industry

Lower prices, innovation, and freedom of choice are the economic benefits of competition Maquiladoras

foreign-owned factories where imported parts are assembled into export products in Mexico NAFTA Trade with Canada and the United States rose by 300% with Mexico

Mexican Culture developed from the cultures of Europe, especially Spain,

the native peoples of Mexico and Africans. Mestizos

mixed ancestry Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Sisqueiros murals highlight Native American culture

Spanish Missionaries introduce Catholicism to Mexico Traditional Mexican Cooking corn, beans, and squash

By the early 21st century, about 90 percent of Mexicans were literate Day of the Dead honors a persons ancestors in Mexican culture

Mexican government protects artifacts belonging to the Aztec and Maya Geo Chapter 4 Lesson 2

Independent Practice Write answers in complete sentences. If you do not answer last question, you will receive a zero. 1. What caused heavy violence along

the U.S.-Mexico border in the early 2000s? 131 2. When did the Mexican government enacted election-reforms? 130

3. What made trade with Canada and the United States rise by 300% with Mexico? 128 4. What did the Spanish missionaries introduce to Mexico? 126

5. What was an important result of the presidency of Vicente-Fox? 130 6. Describe Maquiladoras. 129

7. Descibe Mestizos. 126 8. What artifacts does the Mexican government protect? 126 9. What do the murals of Mexican artists

Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Sisqueiros highlight?. 126 10. What is the Day of the Dead? 126

1. illegal-drug trade 2. 1996

3. NAFTA 4. Catholicism 5. multi-party democracy 6. foreign-owned factories where imported parts are assembled into export products in Mexico 7. mixed ancestry

8. Aztec-and-Maya 9. Native American culture 10. honors a persons ancestors in Mexican culture Geo 3 & 4 Map

Geo 3 & 4 - Map Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 as you exit the room. No CNN facts

Geo 3 & 4 - Map Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 as you exit the room.

No CNN facts Geo 3 & 4 Map Create and color a map of North America show: the 3 countries, Great Basin,

Rocky's, Sierra Nevada, Appalachians, Great Lakes, Mississippi River, Yucatan Peninsula, Gulf of Mexico, Sierra Madre Occidentals, Sierra Madre Orientals (A8) Mexican Plateau (85) and Great Plains (80) Map must cover entire page.

Writing (Labels)= 40 Points (at least an inch) Map (Picture) = 40 Points Entire Page = 10 Points Color = 10 Points

Major Grade Geo 3 & 4 Test Geo 3 & 4 Test Enter room, and take assigned seat

quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your test into Tray #2 and your answers in Tray #1.

Geo 3 & 4 Test Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in

red. At the end of the period, turn your test into Tray #2 and your answers in Tray #1.

1. 2. 3.

4. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Name Date Period Geo 3 & 4 Test

5. 19. 6. 7.

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

14. 26. Open Ended 27. Open Ended 20. 21.

22. 23. 24. 25. Do not write on

Test. Geo 3 & 4 Video Geo 3 & 4 Video Enter room, and take assigned seat

quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into Tray #1 as you exit the room. Fact from each story on CNN

10 Facts from each Video Number each fact Geo 3 & 4 Video Enter room, and take assigned seat

quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into Tray #1 as you exit the room. Fact from each story on CNN

10 Facts from each Video Number each fact Instruction to find notes:

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Geo Chapter 3 Lesson 1 Write answers in complete sentences. Do not writ on worksheet. 1. Describe the Great-Lakes. 78 2. Describe the Dust-Bowl. 80 3. What is located in the southern Great-Plains? 80 4. Describe the Great-Basin. 82 5. Why did North Americas major-cities develop along rivers? 83

6. Describe the pools of underground cave water in the Yucatn. 86 7. Describe North America's climate. 79 8. Describe the Great-Plains. 79 9. Describe the Mexican-Plateau. 84 10. Describe the natural resources that come from Mexicos mountains. 84

Geo Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Independent Practice Write answers in complete sentences. 1. Describe Mass-Media. 118 2. What provides one-third of the total energy needed in the United States? 122 3. Compare the role Canadas government plays in its economy with the U.S. 120 4. What is a common feature shared by the economies of the United-States and Canada. 121 5. How has Canada historically attracted workers. 116

6. Describe Due-Process. 125 7. What was the Global-Recession? 121 8. What is the country of origin for most U.S. immigrants since 2000? 116 9. How much oil does the United-States buy from other countries. 122 10. What has made communication has become faster? 119

Geo Chapter 4 Lesson 2 Independent Practice Write answers in complete sentences. 1. What caused heavy violence along the U.S.-Mexico border in the early 2000s? 131 2. When did the Mexican government enacted election-reforms? 130 3. What made trade with Canada and the United States rise by 300% with Mexico? 128 4. What did the Spanish missionaries introduce to Mexico? 126 5. What was an important result of the presidency of Vicente-Fox? 130

6. Describe Maquiladoras. 129 7. Describe Mestizos. 126 8. What artifacts does the Mexican government protect? 126 9. What do the murals of Mexican artists Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Sisqueiros highlight?. 126 10. What is the Day of the Dead? 126

Geo 3 & 4 Map Create and color a map of North America show: the 3 countries, Great Basin, Rocky's, Sierra Nevada, Appalachians, Great Lakes, Mississippi River, Yucatan Peninsula, Gulf of Mexico, Sierra Madre Occidentals, Sierra Madre Orientals (A8) Mexican Plateau (85) and Great Plains (80) Map must cover entire page. Geo 3 1 North Americas major cities develop along rivers because they were important for transportation and as

a water source. Great Basin is a dry desert area, between the Rockies and the Sierra Nevada Mountains Few people live here because it is too dry and sandy. Dust Bowl cause drought and soil erosion. Great Plains low, flat area of land; rich soil and temperate climate allows agriculture thrive; oil field. The Great Lakes combine to make the largest body of fresh water in the world.

Geo 4 1 Mass Media communication that reaches large audiences. Canada historically encouraged immigration to attract workers; most come from Asia today. Mexico is the country of origin for most U.S. immigrants since 2000. Canadas government plays a larger role in its economy than the U.S. Rapid Change is a common feature shared by the economies of the United States and Canada.

Geo 4 2 Maquiladoras foreign-owned factories where imported parts are assembled into export products in Mexico. Mestizos have a mixed ancestry. Mexican government protects artifacts belonging to the Aztec and Maya. Spanish Missionaries introduce Catholicism to Mexico.

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