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Social Studies Chapter 3 Review Looking at Regions Mrs. Deena Green 4 th Grade Symsonia Elementary October 2002
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What have we learned? Places are divided into regions for different reasons. States are divided into smaller parts called counties. Regions can be based on physical features, cultures, etc. Technology and communication are important to families today.
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Question 1: Why do people divide places into regions? A. Regions help unite citizens B. Regions make it easier to learn and talk about a place. C. Regions are necessary to find relative locations D. Regions help the economy grow.
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Question 2: Which of these could be based on physical features? A. Jasper County B. Vermont C. Adams School District D. The Rocky Mountains
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Question 3: Which of these is an example of relative location? A. 40°N, 105°W B. 227 East 19 th Street C. The United States D. Next door to the fire station
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Which of these best describes a rural region? A. Most Homes are built
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