H-E Interaction - 5 Themes of Geography

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H-E Interaction - 5 Themes of Geography

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  1. What Have We Done to the Planet?

    Slide 1 - What Have We Done to the Planet?

  2. 5 Themes of Geography

    Slide 2 - 5 Themes of Geography

    • Location
    • Place
    • Movement
    • Human/ Environment Interaction
    • Relative
    • Absolute
    • Physical
    • Characteristics
    • Big Idea: How do geographers understand and organize the relationship between people, places, and environments?
    • Regions
    • Human
    • Characteristics
    • Depend on
    • Modify
    • Adapt to
    • People
    • Ideas
    • Materials
    • Common
    • Characteristics
  3. Essential Question(s): What does the geographic theme Human/Environment interaction mean?

    Slide 3 - Essential Question(s): What does the geographic theme Human/Environment interaction mean?

    • By the end of the lesson, you should be able to describe how humans depend on, modify and adapt to the environment.
    • State Standards:
    • 7.4.9.A. - Explain the impacts of physical systems on people.
    • 7.4.9.B. - Explain the impacts of people on physical systems.
    • Lesson Objectives
  4. Vocabulary

    Slide 4 - Vocabulary

    • Environment
    • Dependent
    • Modify
    • Adapt
    • Natural Resources
    • Renewable Resources
    • Nonrenewable Resources
  5. This theme refers to how people use and change their environment.

    Slide 5 - This theme refers to how people use and change their environment.

    • Environment = the external surroundings where plant, animals and humans live.
    • Human/Environment Interaction
  6. How do humans:

    Slide 6 - How do humans:

    • Depend on the environment
    • Modify the environment
    • Adapt to the environment
    • 3 Concepts
  7. People need the environment to meet their basic needs.

    Slide 7 - People need the environment to meet their basic needs.

    • Natural Resources: materials from the earth that people use to meet their needs.
    • Soil
    • Trees
    • Wind
    • Oil
    • Depend on the Environment
  8. People need the environment to meet their basic needs.

    Slide 8 - People need the environment to meet their basic needs.

    • Natural Resources: materials from the earth that people use to meet their needs.
    • Soil
    • Trees
    • Wind
    • Oil
    • Renewable: Cannot be used up or that can be replaced.
    • Sun
    • Water
    • Trees
    • Depend on the Environment
  9. People need the environment to meet their basic needs.

    Slide 9 - People need the environment to meet their basic needs.

    • Natural Resource: materials from the earth that people use to meet their needs.
    • Soil
    • Trees
    • Wind
    • Oil
    • Renewable: Cannot be used up or that can be replaced.
    • Sun
    • Water
    • Trees
    • Nonrenewable: Are in limited supply.
    • Oil
    • Coal
    • Fossil Fuels
    • Depend on the Environment
  10. How Does This Affect Me?

    Slide 10 - How Does This Affect Me?

  11. How Does This Affect Me?

    Slide 11 - How Does This Affect Me?

  12. People modify the natural environment to meet their needs.

    Slide 12 - People modify the natural environment to meet their needs.

    • Modify = Change
  13. Modify = Change

    Slide 13 - Modify = Change

    • People modify the natural environment to meet their needs.
    • Hoover Dam
  14. People modify the natural environment to meet their needs.

    Slide 14 - People modify the natural environment to meet their needs.

    • Lancaster Farms
    • Modify = Change
    • Hoover Dam
  15. Modify = Change

    Slide 15 - Modify = Change

    • Philly Stadiums
    • People modify the natural environment to meet their needs.
    • Lancaster Farms
    • Hoover Dam
  16. People change their behavior to adjust to their surroundings.

    Slide 16 - People change their behavior to adjust to their surroundings.

    • Adapt
  17. Adapt

    Slide 17 - Adapt

    • People change their behavior to adjust to their surroundings.
  18. Human/Environment Interaction

    Slide 18 - Human/Environment Interaction

    • How do humans:
    • Depend on the environment
    • Modify the environment
    • Adapt to the environment
  19. Slide 19

    • ___________ is an example of depending on the environment.
    • Installing solar panels to heat your home
    • Building a bridge over the water
    • Wearing a winter coat
    • Quick Check
  20. Slide 20

    • ___________ is an example of depending on the environment.
    • Installing solar panels to heat your home
    • Building a bridge over the water
    • Wearing a winter coat
    • Quick Check
  21. Slide 21

    • ___________ is an example of modifying the environment.
    • Building a shopping mall
    • Getting water from a natural spring
    • Installing an air conditioner
    • Quick Check
  22. Quick Check

    Slide 22 - Quick Check

    • ___________ is an example of modifying the environment.
    • Building a shopping mall
    • Getting water from a natural spring
    • Installing an air conditioner
  23. Review Objectives

    Slide 23 - Review Objectives

    • Essential Question(s): What does the geographic theme Human/Environment interaction mean?
    • By the end of the lesson, you should be able to describe how humans depend on, modify and adapt to the environment.
    • State Standards:
    • 7.4.9.A. - Explain the impacts of physical systems on people.
    • 7.4.9.B. - Explain the impacts of people on physical systems.
  24. 5 Themes of Geography

    Slide 24 - 5 Themes of Geography

    • Location
    • Place
    • Movement
    • Human/ Environment Interaction
    • Relative
    • Absolute
    • Physical
    • Characteristics
    • Big Idea: How do geographers understand and organize the relationship between people, places, and environments?
    • Regions
    • Human
    • Characteristics
    • Depend on
    • Modify
    • Adapt to
    • People
    • Ideas
    • Materials
    • Common
    • Characteristics