1. How is the distribution of industry on the planet dramatically different
to that of agriculture?
As you read the section, make notes on the resources, advantages,
conditions, and issues in each of the sub regions of industrial development
Assignment: Prepare rather
detailed notes (including sketch
maps) on four case case studies
of language issues and much
simpler notes (no sketch maps
necessary) on three other countries
whose experience provides a realworld example/illustration of a
1. Germanic branch: Complete this chart from the reading.
2. Indo-Iranian Branch: Make two bullet charts from the reading.
3. Balto-Slavic Branch: Answer the questions below.
A. How did Russian become the most important East Slavic
LANGUAGES FAMILIES OF THE WORLD
Make brief notes on each of the following language families as you read about them in this section. Note:
They are listed in order by number of speakers, rather than in the order they occur in the reading.
ORIGIN AND DIFFUSION OF ENGLISH
1. How did English become to widely diffused?
2. What three European peoples originally came together to form the English people and English language?
3. Where did these people come from?
4. What two subsequent invasions a
Chapter 9: Development
Key Issues: 1 & 2
By: Clayton, Sabrina, Robbie,
Look for these key terms in
What is H
5 Which is not a characteristic of shifting cultivation
a land is cleared by slashing the vegetation
b debris is burned to provide the soil with nutrients
c a new site is designated every few years
d animals and crops have a symbiotic relationship
e all o
APHG Chapter 11 Test
When and where did the Industrial Revolution
Great Britain, late 1700s
What was the main source of power for steam
engines and blast ovens?
What type of goods were produced using the
INDUSTRIAL PROBLEMS FROM A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
1. What is stagnant demand?
2. Give three reasons for the growth of stagnant demand.
3. Why has global industrial capacity increased despite stagnant demand?
4. Sketch two simple pie graphs below sho
1. Define each of the following.
+ Situation factors:
+ Site factors
2. Location near inputs: C O P P E R I N D U S T R Y
a. What is a bulk-reducing industry?
b. Make a brief flowchart to illustrate how copper is an example of this.
THE INDUSTRIAL REVOUTION
1. Regarding the Industrial Revolution:
2. Cottage Industry: Industry before the Industrial Revolution was widespread, rather than
strongly localized (clustered) and was known as cottage industry. Define thi
Walter Christaller, 1933
Central Place Theory
Urban hierarchy is based on the functions
available in a city
Is also related to population as well as
functions and services
Functions and services attract people from
the urban areas
1. The natives got to North America by crossing a bridge over the Bering
Strait nearly twelve to fourteen thousand years ago.
2. The natives reached South America in 9,000 B.C. .
3. Europe made contact with the Americas in the
Gilded Age Terms
Thomas Nast- A political cartoonist, he was responsible for bringing down Boss Tweed and the
Tammany hall ring. He also helped to popularize the symbol of t
Midterm Review APUSH
John Smith-A council president that imposed harsh order and discipline into Jamestown and saved it from
failing. He also organized raids against the nearby Indian villages to steal food, which would stir up
The development of the early nineteenth-century concept of separate spheres
for the sexes encouraged all of the following EXCEPT accepting women as intellectual
equals of men
The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine did which of the following? Decl