Build Your Own Country Project - MyKala Barnett-Boyles

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Build Your Own Country Project Introduction: This project will test your research skills, your critical thinking skills, and give you an opportunity to do what we all would like to do: rule your own country. Part I: The Research 1. What is the name of your country? 2. Where is your country located? 3. Describe the physical geography of your country. Does it have mountains? Is it an island? It is landlocked? Does it have multiple regions? 4. Describe the climate and vegetation of your country. What kind of weather does your country normally get? Is it cold and snowy? Is it dry? Is it a desert? Does it have rain forests? Remember to take your country’s physical geography into account when discussing its climate. 5. Discuss the natural resources found in your country. Do the people in your country have an abundant energy source, or are they required to import it? Do they have any resources to export? Do they mine for gold or diamonds?
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