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Unit 1: Geog. of GA/GA’s Beginnings Lesson 1: Where in the World is GA? PowerPoint Presentation
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Unit 1: Geog. of GA/GA’s Beginnings Lesson 1: Where in the World is GA?

Unit 1: Geog. of GA/GA’s Beginnings Lesson 1: Where in the World is GA?

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Unit 1: Geog. of GA/GA’s Beginnings Lesson 1: Where in the World is GA?

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  1. Verbs Nouns • Locate • Evaluate • Georgia in relation to: • Region • Nation • Continent • Hemisphere • Impact of: • Climate Unit 1: Geog. of GA/GA’s Beginnings Lesson 1: Where in the World is GA? Term (Noun) Definition and Information/Description Region Nation Continent Hemisphere Climate Essential Question: • Where is Georgia located? • How did the climate of Georgia impact its development?

  2. Verbs Nouns • Describe • Locate and Evaluate • Geographic Regions of GA: • Blue Ridge Mountains • Valley and Ridge • Appalachian Plateau • Piedmont • Coastal Plain • Importance of Key physical features on development of GA: • Fall Line • Okefenokee Swamp • Appalachian Mountains • Chattahoochee and Savannah Rivers • Barrier Islands Unit 1: Geog. of GA/GA’s Beginnings Lesson 2: Georgia’s Regions and Features Term (Noun) Definition and Information/Description Blue Ridge Mountains Valley and Ridge Appalachian Plateau Piedmont Coastal Plain Fall Line Okefenokee Swamp Appalachian Mountains Chattahoochee and Savannah Rivers Barrier Islands Essential Question: 1. What are the significant geographic regions and features of Georgia and how have they impacted Georgia’s growth and development?

  3. Verbs Nouns • Describe • Evolution of Native American cultures prior to European Contact: • Paleo • Archaic • Woodland • Mississippian Unit 1: Geog. of GA/GA’s Beginnings Lesson 3: Prehistoric Peoples Term (Noun) Definition and Information/Description Paleo Archaic Woodland Mississippian Essential Question: 1. What were the major characteristics and time periods for the Paleo, Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian periods?