Grade 7 Social Studies Module 1: Studying Geography 4 (7m) Quiz

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Human geography is the study of the world’s ______, communities, and landscapes.


Physical geography is the study of the world’s features—its landforms, bodies of water, climates, soils, and ______.


Earth’s rotation: complete spin of earth on its ______ (24Hrs)


Latitude: the distance north or south of the ______.


Businesses often offer coupons or advertisements to buy a good or service at a lower price. If enough people use the coupons, the business makes a ______.


An economy that combines elements of traditional, market, and command economic systems is called a ______ economy.


4 levels of economic industries - Primary industry: related to raw materials, fishing, mining, Agricultural industries - Secondary industry: use natural resources and raw materials to make products to sell, Manufacturing industries, people and businesses manufacture, or make, finished products from ______.


3 main functions of a bank - Store customers' money - Earn money from Banks - Borrow money from banks. Work out ______ rate.


What is globalisation? The process in which countries are increasingly linked to each other through ______ and trade.


What is the importance of having multinational companies in developing countries? Multinational corporations create jobs and expand the economy of a nation. With additional money coming in because of such globalization, developing countries can improve their ______.


What did the annual flooding provide for ancient civilization farmers? The Nile flooding brought rich silt that made the soil ideal for farming, the Egyptians organized their calendar year around the flooding. Their year began with the flooding season because bringing water to their dry land was so important. What farming technique allowed civilizations to grow? Farmers in Egypt developed an ______ system.


What farming technique allowed civilizations to grow? Farmers in Egypt developed an irrigation system. This system consisted of a series of canals that directed the Nile’s flow and carried water to the fields. Other answer 1- irrigation, a way of supplying water to an area of land. To irrigate their land, they dug out large storage basins to catch rainwater that fell to the north. 2- dug canals, human-made waterways, that connected these basins to a network of ______.


Test your knowledge about the study of geography including human geography and physical geography. Explore topics related to the world's people, communities, landscapes, landforms, bodies of water, climates, and more.

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