martes, 16 de septiembre de 2014

Working with empty maps

In order to start working with empty maps, you need to follow the guidelines that are given below. You can also get your maps by clicking on the links:

Map of the world
Write the names of the continents and oceans, and locate the following geographic accidents: 
Rocosas/Rocalloses; Gibraltar; Darling; Misisipi; Kalahari; Escandinava; Amazonas; Alpes/Alps; Killimanjaro; Andes; Tibet; Mediterráneo/Mediterrani; Aconcagua; Ladoga; Sáhara; Guinea; Hornos; Congo; Zagros; Madagascar; Caspio/Càspia; Nilo/Nil; Everest; Mekong; Bering; Japonés; Tasmània

Don't forget to indicate on your workbook what kind of accidents they are.

Physical map of Europe
Place the name of the main geographic accidents: mountain ranges, highests peaks, peninsulas; ocean, seas, rivers, lakes and islands.

Physical map of Spain
Place the name of the main relief units

In order to write the names on the maps, you must use THREE different colours of pen:
BLACK for the relief (mountains, plains, etc.)
BLUE for the waters (oceans, seas, lakes, rivers)
GREEN for the coastal relief (islands, peninsulae, capes, gulfs...)

jueves, 4 de septiembre de 2014

The effects of erosion

Hi everybody and welcome to the lessons on Geography of the year 2014-2015!
In our first task, we're going to refresh how the erosion activity can change the Earth's surface. It's an interactive game in which you have to guess what kind of erosion agent has caused the land formation on the right, and within what period of time. Click on the link below:

Press the "LEARN MORE" button to learn more about the erosion agents.