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Homeworks 1 THE EARTH

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Homeworks 1 THE EARTH

  1. 1. Departamento de Geografía e Historia UNIT 1. THE EARTH AND ITS DRAW: THE José Carlos Núñez Vidal Página1 MAPS. KEYS FOR THE EXAM (you have to know…): - Define: • Asteroid • Star • Galaxy • Milky Way (Vía Láctea) • Universe • Año luz • Geoid (Geoide) • Time Zone (Huso Horario) • Contour (Curva de nivel) • Scales • Prime Meridian (Meridiano de Greenwich) - Define and draw/recognize Orbit - Define and Draw Solar System - Compare between: • Planet and/or satellite • Topographic and/or Thematic map • Parallel and/or Meridian • Rotation and/or Translation • Ecuador and/or Tropic • Ecuador and/or Prime Meridian • Latitude and/or longitude • Equinox and Solstice - Put the Planets of the solar system in their place. - Put in a map: • Tropic of cancer and Capricorn, Ecuador and Prime meridian, Arctic Circle and Antarctic polar circle • A place using its geographical coordinates - Understand, at a basic level, a topographic map - Recognize: • If a map is a topographic or thematic map • If a scale in a map as graphic or numeric scale - Explain using his own words: • The consequences of the rotation movement. • The consequences of the translation movement. • The working of solstice and equinox - Calculate time zones - Calculate scales
  2. 2. Departamento de Geografía e Historia ACTIVITIES: THE SOLAR SYSTEM 1. Define, in your notebook: [Search on Internet, textbook…] a) Orbit: b) Ellipse: c) Satellite: d) Asteroid: e) Star: José Carlos Núñez Vidal Página2 f) Milky Way (Vía Láctea) g) Geoid (Geoide) h) Hemisphere: i) Galaxy j) Universe 2. Copy and complete in your notebook the table below: [The information is in the resume] What are they? How are They? Inner Planets (Planetas interiores) 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. Outer Planets (Planetas Exteriores) 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 3. Observe the Picture Below: (You can put this drawing on your notebook) a) Write Universe, Milky Way and Solar System next to its picture. b) Write “Sun” on this Star. It is in the middle of the Solar System. c) Write the name of each planet in a box and match with a line each box with their planet.
  3. 3. Departamento de Geografía e Historia ACTIVITIES: ROTATION MOVEMENT 1. Cut the map below and paste it on your notebook. José Carlos Núñez Vidal Página3
  4. 4. Departamento de Geografía e Historia 2. Complete the map: a) Colour each time zone with a different colour. b) Write Prime Meridian on its place of the map. c) Put a red line in the date change line. In the map, it is the dotted line. d) Fill hours each Time Zone difference regarding the Prime Meridian. Just follow the series started in the hours to be added (+1, +2…) and Hours being subtracted (-1, -2…) as is in the book. 3. Practice the Time Zones (Do it in your notebook): a) Look for Madrid and Argel (North Africa) Are they the same time? Why? b) Look for Paris (France) and Casablanca (North Africa) in the map. What Time difference there? If Casablanca is 3 pm, What Time is it in Paris? c) What time difference there between Tokyo (Asia) and El Cairo (North Africa)? If El Cairo is 10 am, what time is it in Tokyo? d) What time difference there between Sao Paulo (South America) and New York (North America)? If New York is 4 pm, what time is it in Sao Paulo? e) What time difference there between Seville and San Francisco (North America)? If San Francisco is 6 pm, what time is it in Seville? 4. Calculate the time it takes to get from Earth to the Sun if you are travelled 1000 kilometres per hour. The Earth is located about 150 millions of kilometres from the Sun. Calculate in hours at first and then calculates in days. (His exercise is just for rising up your grade. Do it only if you can) José Carlos Núñez Vidal Página4
  5. 5. Departamento de Geografía e Historia ACTIVITIES: TRANSLATION MOVEMENT 1. Observe the picture about the movements of the Earth around the Sun and place the elements of the painting where suits. 2. Indicate what time of year these situations occur. 1. Summer Solstice The South Pole has zero hours of light The North Pole has 24 hours of light 2. Winter Solstice Spring begins in the southern hemisphere Springs begins in the northern hemisphere 3. Autumn equinox The Tropic of Cancer receives the sun directly Southern hemisphere has more hours of the day than at night 4. Spring equinox Northern Hemisphere has more hours of the day than at night The Tropic of Capricorn receives the sun directly 3. Answer the questions below: a) What is the difference between rotation and translation movement? b) How long does it take to Earth to make each of these movements? c) Why are different seasons in a year? d) What is solstice? How many are in a year? José Carlos Núñez Vidal Página5
  6. 6. Departamento de Geografía e Historia José Carlos Núñez Vidal Página6 ACTIVITIES: MAPS. 1. Explain the differences between topographic map and thematic map. 2. Answer the next questions about the topographic map. a) Is the terrain flat or hilly? What is the highest point? b) Is there any human construction? c) Is there any river, lake, fountain...? Which one? d) Is there any forest? 3. Order these scales from the larger to smaller: a) 1:5.000 b) 1:5.000.000 c) 1:25.000 4. Answer these questions: a) When should to be used a large scale? What are its advantages? b) When should to be used a small scale? What are its advantages?
  7. 7. Departamento de Geografía e Historia José Carlos Núñez Vidal Página7 ACTIVITIES: THE SCALE 1. Calculate the real distance between Madrid and Seville using the scale. a) Look for Madrid and Seville at the map. b) Measure with a rule the graphic scale. c) Measure with a rule the distance between Madrid and Seville. d) Calculate the real distance using the formula below. 2. Define: a) Scale: b) Latitude: c) Longitude: d) Parallel: e) Meridian: f) Ecuador: g) Tropic: h) Contours (Curvas de nivel):
  8. 8. Departamento de Geografía e Historia WORKS ABOUT GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATES 1. Write these imaginary lines of the Earth where suits and answer. [You have the information in the textbook] a) Are similar all the parallels on the Earth? Why? b) Are similar all the meridians on the Earth? Why? 2. At what latitude and longitude are these cities? a) Bakú: b) Cracovia: José Carlos Núñez Vidal Página8 c) Iquique d) Seward: e) Kiev: 3. Look at the map. Which city is in each geographic coordinate? a) 40ºN 80ºO: c) 23ºN 90ºE: b) 23ºS 70ºO: d) 60ºN 30ºE: e) 30ºN 90ºO:
  9. 9. Departamento de Geografía e Historia José Carlos Núñez Vidal Página9 REVIEW ACTIVITIES 1. Fill the numerical scale of the map and calculate distances between cities in South America indicated on the map with a red line. 2. Fill up the table below. Translation movement Rotation Movement What is? ¿How long takes the Earth doing this movement? What consequences have it? 3. Look for these cities in a map and point them in the map. What time is it in each if Madrid is 12:00? a) Lima (Peru): b) Moscow (Russia): c) Peking (China): d) Athens (Greece): e) Sidney (Australia): f) Nueva Delhi (India): g) New York (EE.UU.): h) Montevideo (Uruguay): 4. What city is in each geographic coordinate? a) 60ºN 11ºE: b) 34ºS 18ºE: c) 23ºS 43ºO: d) 26ºN 81º: 5. A castaway phone you for help and said to be in the following coordinates: 10º South Latitude, 75º West Longitude. Search this position in an atlas. What place on Earth is up?
  10. 10. Departamento de Geografía e Historia José Carlos Núñez Vidal Página10 EXTENSION ACTIVITIES 1. Write these imaginary lines of the Earth where suits. [You have the information in the textbook] 2. Look for these cities in a map and point them in the map. At what latitude and longitude are these cities (or Mountains)? a) San Francisco: g) Everest: b) Miami: h) Kilimanjaro c) Río de Janeiro: i) La Habana: d) Lisbon: j) Dublin: e) Tokyo: k) Quito: f) Sidney: 3. Between what geographic coordinates is approximately the Iberian Peninsula? And the Canary Islands? And The Balearic Islands? 4. Work with graphics and tables: a) Fill the table. You have the information in the textbook. b) Draw and colour the circle graphic. ! Calculate the degrees of circumference corresponding to each rate using a simple maths rule: 100º are 360ºin the circumference. ! With a protractor, move the circle grades toward the circumference.

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