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The Five Themes of Geography
Definition-- Movement is how things get around places. It could be for people, items, or even animals.
For example, movement can be moving from an old house to a new one. Your creating a movement by moving your location.
It can also be ideas for things that were transferred by a movement fro many generations
Definition-- Place is something that is its own and is different from everything else
A Place can be identified by the people that live on it or even the language they speak
You can also identify a place by the animals and climate.
Definition-- Interaction is peoples human-environment change.
Nature can make us humans change by a lot. For example, if nature makes it rain, we have to bring in umbrella.
We also change nature by making houses on earth
Definition-- Location tells you where things are. It can be your home address, or even a longitude or latitude point.
Location can be telling something that's not an exact address. That form of location is Relative Location. For example, somebody could say where they are by saying what they are near.
Location can also be an exact address. That kid of location is Absolute Location. For example, somebody could say that they are at 34 towpath lane in Cheshire, CT
Definition-- Regions are places that have at least one thing in common. This can be for government and places on earth.
Regions can be defined by there climates and cultures. They can also be defined by governments.
Regions can also be in both the political categories and climate categories. For example, Hawaii is in the tropical region, but it is also in the political region of the USA.
SOURCE -- Jacobs, Heidi Hayes., and Michal LeVasseur. Prentice Hall World Studies. Geography, History, Culture. Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2005.