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  • Welcome!

  • Recap §1.1 t/m §1.3
  • Test results!
  • Exercise and check
  • End!

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1.1 What is Geography?
  • About earth and its inhabitants
  • 71% water
  • 29% land

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1.1 What is Geography?
  • Two subjects
  • Physical geography
  • Human geography

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Natural and man-made landscapes
  • Two types of landscape
  • Natural
  • Man-made

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Natural landscapes
  • Formed by processes inside the Earth or on its surface
  • Sahara Desert in Africa
  • Ice on Antarctica

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Man-made landscapes
  • Landscapes influenced by humans
  • Forests being cut down
  • Dams in rivers

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Map making
  • Cartography
  • Based on texts and drawings from explorers
  • Technology
  • Detailed maps
The study and making of maps

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Simplified maps
  • Simplified map
  • Political map
  • Physical map
A map that gives a summary of a large area.
A map showing the shape and sizes of countries, usually showing the names of countries and cities.
A map showing physical features like mountains, rivers and lakes.

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Informative maps
  • Thematic map
  • Topographic map
A map showing information about a particular subject like climate, tourism, industry and cultures.
A map showing detailed information about a small area.

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Reading maps
Four important features:
  1. Title
  2. North arrow or Compass rose
  3. Legend
  4. Scale

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Title and north arrow
  • Title tells you what the map is about
  • North arrow shows which direction on the map is north
  • Compass rose

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Legend and scale
  •  Legend explains colours, letters and symbols
  • Scale explains how large the area shown is

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Map Projections
  • Earth is a mandarin
  • Countries are sometimes bigger and sometimes smaller than they. really are
  •  Example!

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  • Coordinates
  • Vertical lines
  • Meridians
  • Prime meridian
  • Longitude
  • Greenwich
A set of numbers and letters to determine a location on the Earth.
Vertical lines on a globe or map, used to find a location on the Earth.
The '0 degrees' meridian, going through Greenwich.
Determines if a location is on the west side or east side of the prime meridian.

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  • Parallels
  • Equator
  • Latitude
Horizontal lines on a globe or map, used to find a location on the Earth.
The '0 degrees' parallel line which is exactly halfway between the North Pole and the South Pole.
Determines if a location is in the Northern or Southern hemisphere.

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Finding a location with coordinates
  •  The degrees of longitude and latitude together show the coordinates
  1. Latitude: North or South
  2. Longitude: East or West
  • Lomé: 6°N and 1°E

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Travel distances
  • Absolute distance, distance in a straight line between two places
  • Relative distance, time it takes to travel from one place to another

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Test results!
  1. Check your answers and points
  2. Ask questions after the explanation
  3. Hand the test back in!

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What did you still know about chapter 1?

Slide 20 - Open vraag

What have you learned about §1.1, §1,2 and §1.3?

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What do you think is difficult about §1.4 and §1.5?

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Making the exercises!
  • Finish the exercises of §1.1 t/m §1.3 and check these
  • Whisper if you want to talk to you neighbour
  • Read the book carefully
  • If you have a question, raise you hand for help!
  • Finished the exercises? Practice the keywords and definitions for the test

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End of lesson!

Homework: learn §1.1 t/m §1.5 for the test

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