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What are the 5 themes of geography?
"Location -Place - Movement- region - Human Interaction
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Which lines on a map are the ones that go “up & down?
Longitude
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Which lines on a map go across the page?
Latitude
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Which part of Social Studies deals with money?
Economics
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Which part of Social Studies deals with mountains, rivers, and lakes?
Geography
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Which part of Social Studies rap music be?
Culture
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Which part of Social Studies is the study of the past
History
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Your birth date is an example of …
History
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The city of Durham is an example of what theme of
geography
Human Interaction with the environment
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When studying about "Democracy" what part of Social Studies are we studying?
Government
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"History -Government- Geography - Economics - Culture
What are the 5 subjects of Social Studies
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Give 3 examples of American culture
Rock & Roll - Baseball - Malls
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What makes a place a region?
Features in common (Geography - people - etc)
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Of the 5 subjects included in the field of Social Studies, which one deals with making and enforcing laws?
Government
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What are artifacts?
Things left behind such as tools, weapon etc
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Why – according to the textbook – do people have difficulty getting along with each other?
Lack of understanding
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What is an original source
A document written at the time the event happened
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What is an example of oral history
Myth or Legend
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