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Unformatted text preview: POPULAflON DISTRIBUflON ys. POPULAHON DENSITY: Study global pattems of population distribution, migration patterns locomotion re-o‘r'smlbm‘fom, and population density using more to Geography Ch. 5, pages 210-214 and pages 233- 2:“). Focus on how physical geographic features have guided settlement patterns to concentrate in strong agricultural regions with healthy soil, fresh water, and favorable climates. PLACES AND REGIONS (Competency Topic 4.2] I 13 Challenging | - THE REGIONS CONCEPT (FORMAL, FUNCflONnL, O PICS for o PERCEPTUAWERNACULAR REGION: Study the C2 5 5 . geographic region concept and deeply think about ' how our daily economic and social lives are ' structured around these different kinds of regions IntrOd UCtIO n that we create to describe our world. Be familiar with o the characteristics and examples of formal regions, functional regions, and perceptualfyemacular Geo ['3 h regions. Use formulation to Geegraohx Ch. 1, pages 9-13 and the Five Meme: ofGeoyIaphyresource. THE WORLD REGIONS: Study the major physical characteristilsfclimate conditions, cultural and population characteristics, and economioipolitical development conditions for each of the 11 major wor1d regions. We recommend you begin each Woddfiegiona! Geagraphychapter with a review of the Chapter Summary to get a charm of the major chapter themes. As you study each chapter, recognize that each chapter is organized into 3 major sections — the physicalriclimate characteristics, the culturalripopulation characteristics, and the economicfpolitical conditions of the region. Keep your attention focused on region- wide conditions and then focus on particular countries that are emphasized within the chapters through text, photos and images, and the ’Gecgraphym Focus’inserts found within the chapters. Use Woddflegimaf Geography, Ch. 2-12, the Places and Regions Study Chart, and any wor1d region-themed cohorts andr’or yideos to help your studies. Physical Geographic Systems (Competency Topic 4.3} ...
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  • Summer '16
  • Geography, strong agricultural regions, major wor1d regions, Study global pattems, Regions Study Chart

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