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An imaginary line that divides Earth into northern and southern halves.
An imaginary line that divides Earth into northern and southern halves.
Equator
To find locations on a globe and on Earth like north, south, east, and west.
To find locations on a globe and on Earth like north, south, east, and west.
Cardinal Directions or Compass
A point on Earth farthest from the equator. Hint there is one on the top and bottom of the globe.
A point on Earth farthest from the equator. Hint there is one on the top and bottom of the globe.
Pole
Half of the Earth.
Half of the Earth.
Hemisphere
An imaginary line that divides the Earth into Eastern and Western halves.
An imaginary line that divides the Earth into Eastern and Western halves.
Prime Meridian
The kind of weather a place has over a long time.
The kind of weather a place has over a long time.
Climate
This tells you where places are located on a map.
This tells you where places are located on a map.
Map Key
Shows directions on a map or globe.
Shows directions on a map or globe.
Compass Rose
An area of land with the same features.
An area of land with the same features.
Region
If you are looking at a map and go right, what direction are you going?
If you are looking at a map and go right, what direction are you going?
East
Mountains, plains, and plateaus are all examples of this.
Mountains, plains, and plateaus are all examples of this.
Landform
The three regions of North Carolina.
The three regions of North Carolina.
Mountain, Piedmont, and Coastal
Huntersville is located in which North Carolina Region
Huntersville is located in which North Carolina Region
Piedmont
Give an example of how people adapt to their environment in North Carolina.
Give an example of how people adapt to their environment in North Carolina.
Answers may vary: Clothing, jobs/roles, transportation, activities
North Carolina is located in which two hemispheres?
North Carolina is located in which two hemispheres?
Northern Western Hemispheres
A place where something is.
A place where something is.
Location
Tells what a place is near.
Tells what a place is near.
Relative location
The exaxt location.
The exaxt location.
Absolute location
A set of lines that divide a map into columns and rows of squares.
A set of lines that divide a map into columns and rows of squares.
Map Grid
What direction are you going if you go up?
What direction are you going if you go up?
North
In Unit 4, find what states border North Carolina
In Unit 4, find what states border North Carolina
Page 100-101: Virginia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia
In Unit 4, find how the environment effects people and their activities
In Unit 4, find how the environment effects people and their activities
Page 114: Answers will vary. People in the Coastal Region may visit the beach, Mountain Region may hike or ski, Piedmont may boat or horseback ride.
In Unit 4, find which two hemispheres North Carolina is located in.
In Unit 4, find which two hemispheres North Carolina is located in.
Page 97: Northern and Western Hemispheres
In Unit 4, find which type of landforms are in the Piedmont region
In Unit 4, find which type of landforms are in the Piedmont region
Page 107: Hilly, meadows, and forests
In Unit 4, describe what North Carolina's climate is like.
In Unit 4, describe what North Carolina's climate is like.
Page 110: hot in the summer, cold in the winter.
How do people modify or change the environment to meet their needs?
How do people modify or change the environment to meet their needs?
Answers may vary: Farming using irrigation, mining to get stone for buildings and making roads

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