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					Name: _______________                                             Date: ________________
World Cultures/Per. _____                                         Teacher: Green/Lott/Smith
                                        Scavenger Hunt
                    Follow the directions and complete each step using the textbook.
     Read “Spotlight on Culture” on page 78 and answer both questions in the section.
1. The French Acadians were expelled (kicked out) of Canada. They then relocated to Louisiana.
2. Language: has French, English, German, and Native American influences.
     Read “War with the United States” on pages 177 and 178. Then, answer question number 3 C on
        page 178.
3 C. The United States won control of Northern Mexico; Mexico was forced to sign the Treaty of
      Guadalupe Hidalgo.
     Read and analyze the “Human Migration” map on page 39 and summarize, in a complete sentence,
        what the map is showing.
The map on page 39 is showing the movement of people and their migration from continent to
continent for the last 90,000 years.
     Read the rest of page 39 and 40 and answer question number 3 C on page 40.
Adaptation may involve building homes from local material, learning new work skills, or eating locally
grown food.
     Read all of pages 89 and 90 about slaves and citizens and then answer question number 3 A on page
People immigrate to the United States to escape persecution, war, and natural disaster, for
employment and educational opportunities.
     Read and analyze pages 54-57. Answer the questions from the section entitled “Geography
        Skillbuilder” on pages 55 and 57.
1. between 0 ft. and 650 ft.
2. along the Pacific coast
1. Canada: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick
   United States: Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Michigan, New York,
   Vermont, New Hampshire, Main
2. Aleut, Inuit, Haida, Kwakiutl, Nootka, Salish, Chinook, Yurok, Pano, Chumask
Name: KEY (Have kids correct the mistakes or write answers on the back.)   Date: ________________
World Cultures/Per. _____                                                  Teacher: Green/Lott/Smith

                                                   Scavenger Hunt
                      Follow the directions and complete each step using the textbook.
Map Projections and Types of Maps
    Read textbook pages 6-11 and answer all of the questions on pages 7 and 11 under the sections
        entitled “Map Practice”.
Page 7
        1. a. 30º N., 99º W. approx. (Use A2 for map) This is a rough estimate/give some wiggle room.
           b. Economic activities and resources thru symbols and color coding
           c. It shows curved surfaces of Earth on the flat map.
        2. The sailors rely on latitude and longitude because they have no visual landmarks to use at sea.
Page 11
        1. Ganges River flows Southeast
        2. Nepal
        3. Lahore, Pakistan, is closer to the Thar Desert
        4. Only nations with oil reserves are shown and most nations don’t have oil reserves.
        5. The book calls it a “Qualitative” map, but… WE say… it is a “Specialty or Thematic” map.
    Draw a freehand map of the U.S.A. And Canada. (Use the map on page A4 as a reference map.)
        Color the U.S.A. blue and Canada red.

        What type of map did you create above? Explain why you think it is that type.
           It is a political map because it shows the boundaries of the two countries.
        What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a globe?
           Advantages: Because Earth is a sphere, a globe most accurately reflects the planet since it is
           also round.
           Disadvantages: You can’t easily carry, or work with, a globe a lot of times.
        What are the advantages and disadvantages of using maps?
           Advantages: Maps are more easily carried, used, and studied.
           Disadvantages: Since it is a curved surface shown on a flat surface, it distorts the sizes and
           shapes of the land and bodies of water.

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