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Sample Pages,Unit Test for Patterns in Human Geography. A Understanding Key Vocabulary, Match each word on the left with the correct definition from the column on the right Place the. alphabet letter of the correct definition in the space next to the vocabulary word. 1 settlement pattern c,a A process where more and more people. move to cities,b The pattern of where people live in the world. 3 situation d,c The way people live together in large and.
4 population density f,small groups close together and far away. 5 urbanization a,d The location of a settlement in relation to. surrounding area such as a river or ocean,6 population distribution. e Where a settlement has been built,f The measurement of the number of people. in a particular area, Portage Main Press 2009 May be reproduced for classroom use.
Reading Geography Unit Test for Portage,Patterns inMain. PressGeography Page 1,Sample Pages,B Short Answer Questions. Write a short answer to each of the following questions Include only the important points. in your answer, 1 It is predicted that by the year 2030 almost 60 per cent of all people will live in cities. List three factors that draw people to cities Briefly explain why each factor draws people. Social factors people choose cities because they believe there is a higher. standard of living and more opportunities in cities. Economic factors people move to cities because there are more jobs due to. the high demand for manufactured goods and services. Technology this makes it easier for people to travel further distances for. work or communicate from home Agriculture technology has decreased the. number of people required to run farms so more people leave the farm to find. jobs in urban areas, 2 What are three natural factors and three human factors that affect population density. Natural Factors Human Factors, 3 Land can be used for many purposes Identify two examples of each kind of land use.
For example institutional land can be used for hospitals Students should identify any. two of the following, Portage Main Press 2009 May be reproduced for classroom use. a residential land houses apartments condominiums, b institutional land schools churches hospitals government buildings. c recreational land parks playing fields sports arenas green spaces. d industrial land business offices manufacturing plants factories. e commercial land shopping malls grocery stores restaurants. f agricultural land farms market gardens orchards vineyards. Reading Geography Unit Test for Patterns,Portage in Human. Main Press Geography Page 2,Sample Pages, 4 Think about what you know about the site and situation of a settlement Identify. four situation features of the place where you live Students should identify any. four of the following, geographic landmarks such location in relation to other.
as rivers lakes streams settlements near or far from. natural resources such as another community,oil or iron ore location in relation to. climate transportation systems,vegetation buses trains highways. 5 Most of Canada s population live near the American border Explain why most. people live there, Most of Canada s population lives near the American border because the. southern areas of Canada are near water on flatter land and warmer The. urban areas located here attract more people because there are more jobs. better transportation and availability of goods and services in these highly. populated locations,C Complete a Chart, 1 Make a sketch in each of the boxes below to show how each of the settlement. patterns looks, Clustered Pattern Linear Pattern Scattered Pattern.
Portage Main Press 2009 May be reproduced for classroom use. Students drawings should represent specific features for each settlement pattern. Clustered Pattern houses towns or villages grouped closely together. cities towns, Linear Pattern houses or settlements narrowly grouped along a river road. Scattered Pattern houses scattered no settlement pattern found mainly. in rural areas, See page 4 of Patterns in Human Geography for illustrations of these. three patterns,Reading Geography Unit Test for Patterns in. Portage Human Geography,Main Press Page 3,Sample Pages. D Reflect On Your Learning, Think about what you learned in this unit about patterns in human geography Think.
about all of the factors that affect where people live Imagine that you could live. anywhere in Canada or the world or stay where you live now Complete the chart by. identifying the positives or negatives for each factor. Students responses should reflect their understanding of the importance of various. factors on quality of life related to patterns in human geography Refer to the Study. Notes on pages 19 and 29 for the important ideas and details. Where I live now Another place that I would like to live. Factors Factors,Climate Climate,Rural or urban Rural or urban. Distance from family Distance from family, Work opportunities for family Work opportunities for family. Lifestyle Factors Lifestyle Factors,Entertainment Entertainment. Sports Sports, Portage Main Press 2009 May be reproduced for classroom use. Leisure activities Leisure activities,Nearby attractions Nearby attractions.
What are the factors that made you come to this choice. Reading Geography Unit TestPortage,for Patterns in Press. Main Human Geography Page 4,Sample Pages,Unit Test for Economic Systems. A Understanding Key Vocabulary, Match each word on the left with the correct definition from the column on the right Place. the alphabet letter of the correct definition in the space next to the vocabulary word. 1 economic system d,a Things people use such as a bike. 2 entrepreneur f,b Things that are done for you such as cutting.
3 primary industry g,c Service industries,4 secondary industry e. d Produces and distributes goods and,5 tertiary industry c. services to consumers,e Manufacturing industries,7 services b. f A person who organizes operates and,assumes the risk for a business. g Industries based on natural resources, Portage Main Press 2009 May be reproduced for classroom use.
Reading Geography Unit TestPortage,for Economic,Main Systems. Press Page 1,Sample Pages,B Short Answer Questions. Write a short response to each of the following questions Include only the important. points in your answers, 1 Give a brief definition for each type of economic system. a Traditional Economy depends on the natural environment people grow food. and make things they need to survive based on past traditions. b Command Economy controlled by government no competition limited. consumer choice, c Market Economy no government control much consumer choice. competition, d Mixed Economy some government control hospitals road building police.
much consumer choice competition, 2 Explain why Canada s economic system is called a mixed economy. Canada s economy is called a mixed economy because we have a combination. of government controlled or owned services such as Canada Post and medical. system as well as privately owned businesses that provide Canadians with. most goods and services, 3 What are two examples of businesses that are controlled by the government. in Canada Students should identify any two of the following. The Royal Canadian Mint Canada Post Via Rail Canadian Broadcast. Corporation CBC GO Transit Hydro One, 4 The success of the economy depends on the types of resources that a country has. to produce goods and services Describe each of the following kinds of resources. a land resources natural resources that come from the land or the sea They. Portage Main Press 2009 May be reproduced for classroom use. include minerals timber oil gas grains as well as the flow resources water. wind and solar energy, b labour resources the work that people do to produce goods and deliver. services They use physical technical and creative skills. c capital resources money or other assets needed to produce goods and. services are the two types of capital resources Machinery buildings and. materials are one type and money for investment in research production and. salaries is the other type, d entrepreneurial resources these are people who take risks to start new.
businesses or services They think of new ways to use land labour and capital. Reading Geography Unit Test for Economic,Portage Main PressSystems Page 2. Sample Pages,C Complete a Chart, There are three types of industries Complete the chart below by giving a definition for. each type of industry Give three examples of each type of industry See page 22 for. more detailed information about types of industries. Type of Industry Definition Examples,Students should identify three of. Industries based on,Primary Industry forestry oil and gas. natural resources and,mining fishing,raw maerials,agriculture ranching.
automobiles,Manufacturing,Secondary Industry,Industries that use the electronics. products created in,construction,primary industries. Service industries,Tertiary Industry retail stores. entertainment,restaurants,health care,transportation. D Stating Your Opinion, An entrepreneur is someone who organizes a business enterprise and invests his or.
her own money in the hope that there will be a profit Read the following example of. a Canadian entrepreneur and then respond to the questions. Passchendaele, Canadian actor Paul Gross made a movie about a World War I battle in Belgium called. Portage Main Press 2008 May be reproduced for classroom use. Passchendaele in which 15 654 soldiers were killed Paul s grandfather fought in the. battle and told his teenage grandson stories which Paul never forgot Mr Gross raised. 21 million to make this Canadian film As a tribute to his grandfather he wanted it to. be 100 percent Canadian and to tell the accurate and true story of the 1917 battle. Paul Gross wrote directed produced and starred in the movie. a Why do you think it is important to have Canadians take risks such as this one. answers should reflect an understanding of the importance of supporting. Canadian identity and providing opportunities for Canadians to be part of a film. production that remembers and celebrates Canadian soldiers in World War 1. Reading Geography Unit TestPortage,for Economic,Main Systems. Press Page 3,Sample Pages, b How will Paul Gross s movie contribute to the Canadian economy. Passchendaele will contribute to the Canadian economy because it provided. many job opportunities for Canadians in the film industry The distribution of. the film will help to promote the Canadian identity and may lead to other film. opportunities,for more Canadians,E Reflect on Your Learning. Think about what you learned in this unit about economic systems Complete each. of the statements below, Use your own judgment when marking these reflections on learning Turn to.
page 29 and 30 for study notes and the Unit Summary on page 30 to assist in. this process, Four things that fit with what you already know or believe about economic systems. Three points that are new learning for you, Portage Main Press 2009 May be reproduced for classroom use. Two facts or ideas that you want to know more about. One idea or fact from this unit that connected to what is happening in the world today. Reading Geography Unit Test for Economic,Portage Main PressSystems Page 4. Sample Pages,Unit Test for Migration,A Understanding Key Vocabulary. Match each word on the left with the correct definition from the column on the right Place the. alphabet letter of the correct definitions in the space next to the vocabulary word. 1 migration g,a Social political economic and,environmental factors that drive people.
2 push factors a,away from where they are living,3 pull factors d. b The ability to move from one place,to another,4 human mobility b. c A way of life that is shared by a group,5 culture c. 6 multicultural e,d Social political economic and,environmental factors that draw people. 7 assimilation f,to a new place to live,e People from many different cultures.
living together,f To absorb one culture into another. Portage Main Press 2009 May be reproduced for classroom use. g To move from one country or region to,settle in another country or region. Reading Geography UnitPortage,Test for Migration,Main Press Page 1. Sample Pages,B Short Answer Questions, Write a short response to each of the following questions Include only the important. points in your answer, 1 There are many barriers that people face when they decide to migrate Explain how.
each of the following barriers can make it difficult for people to migrate. a physical barriers barriers we can see such as oceans mountains and even. tightly controlled borders, b financial barriers without money people cannot travel to and to establish. a new home in a new place, c legal barriers each country has laws that control whether people can leave. or enter legal documents such as visas and birth certificates are also. d political barriers some governments have exit taxes to deter people. from leaving the country and other governments control the numbers of. Answer Keys to Unit Tests Unit 1 Patterns in Human Geography Unit 2 Economic Systems Unit 3 Migration Reading Geography Series 8 Sample Pages Portage amp Main Press Unit Test for Patterns in Human Geography A Understanding Key Vocabulary Match each word on the left with the correct definition from the column on the right Place the alphabet letter of the correct definition in the

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