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TABLE OF CONTENTSWorkbook ActivitiesLooking at the EarthActivity A Recognizing Our Solar SystemActivity B Identifying Landforms12Water, Climate, and VegetationActivity A Understanding the Water CycleActivity B Charting Climate Characteristics34The World’s PeopleActivity A Recognizing the Culture RegionsActivity B Identifying Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources56The United StatesActivity A Identifying Major Landforms in the United StatesActivity B Recognizing the Features of Your Region78CanadaActivityIdentifying Characteristics of the Canadian Provinces and Territories9MexicoActivity AActivity BIdentifying Mexico’s Altitude ZonesUnderstanding Mexico’s Native American Heritage1112Central America and the Caribbean IslandsActivity A Recognizing Central American CapitalsActivity B Recognizing the Physical Characteristics of the Caribbean Islands1314Brazil and Its NeighborsActivity A Identifying Landforms in BrazilActivity B Identifying the History and Cultures of Caribbean South America1516The Andean CountriesActivityRecognizing the Mineral Resources of the Andean Countries17Europe—Early HistoryActivity A Understanding the History of Early EuropeActivity B Identifying Important Figures of the Renaissance and Reformation2021Europe—Modern HistoryActivity A Analyzing Changes in European HistoryActivity B Understanding the Cold War2223Western Europe TodayActivity A Charting the Economies of Western EuropeActivity B Identifying the Geographic Characteristics of Western EuropeActivity C Identifying the Populations of Countries in Northern EuropeActivity D Recognizing the Physical Characteristics of Southern Europe25262728The New Eastern EuropeActivity A Locating Eastern European Countries and Their Capital CitiesActivity B Identifying Characteristics of Eastern Europe2930iii
TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONTINUEDRussia’s Landscape and HistoryActivity AIdentifying Major Geographic Features of RussiaActivity BAppreciating the History of Russia3132The New Russia and Independent RepublicsActivity AIdentifying Russia’s Economic RegionsActivity BRecognizing the Capitals of the Caucasus and Central Asia3334Birthplace of CivilizationActivity ARecognizing Early CivilizationsActivity BIdentifying Religions of Southwest Asia3536North Africa TodayActivity AInterpreting an Economic Activity Map of North AfricaActivity BCreating and Interpreting a Pictograph3738Southwest AsiaActivity AActivity BInterpreting a Physical MapThe Cities and People of Southwest Asia3940West AfricaActivityRecognizing the Countries of West Africa41Central and East AfricaActivity ARecognizing the Physical Characteristics of Central AfricaActivity BRecognizing the History of East Africa4344Southern Africa—A Varied RegionActivityRecognizing the Resources in Southern Africa45South AsiaActivity AActivity B4647Recognizing the Physical Features of South AsiaRecognizing the Cultural Features of South AsiaChina and Its NeighborsActivity AIdentifying the Landforms of ChinaActivity BRecognizing China’s People and CultureActivity CIdentifying China’s Neighbors and New Territories484950Japan and the KoreasActivity AUnderstanding Japan’s HistoryActivity BRecognizing the Location of Korea5152Southeast AsiaActivity AActivity B5355Recognizing the Varied Features of Southeast Asian CountriesLocating the Capital Cities of Southeast AsiaAustralia and New ZealandActivityUnderstanding the Unique Characteristics of Australia and New Zealand56Oceania and AntarcticaActivity AIdentifying the Geographic and Economic Characteristics of OceaniaActivity BRecognizing the Unique Characteristics of Antarctica5859iv
NameDateClassBIRTHPLACE OF CIVILIZATIONWorkbook Activity ARecognizing Early CivilizationsThe earliest civilizations developed systems ofwriting, cities, and people who did specializedwork, such as farmers, blacksmiths, builders, andpriests. The time of the earliest civilizations isknown as the Bronze Age, because people usedbronze to make tools and weapons.DIRECTIONS: Complete a Web Diagram Use the web diagram below to helpyou organize the discoveries and developments of four early civilizations—Mesopotamians, Akkadians and Babylonians, Phoenicians, and Ancient Egyptians.Study the list of descriptive phrases below. Write the letter of each phrase in theappropriate circle.Akkadians andBabyloniansD, F, HMesopotamiansC, E, IPhoeniciansDevelopments of EarlyCivilizationsCopyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.A, J, KA. This civilization developed an alphabet thatgave rise to the Hebrew, Greek, and Latinalphabets.B. This civilization developed a system of writing called hieroglyphics.C. This civilization was the first to use the plow.D. This warlike kingdom grew to become thefirst empire.E. This civilization was the first to build an irrigation system of ditches.F. Their greatest king, Hammurabi, wrote a setof laws.G. These people embalmed their dead to preserve the body for the next life.The World and Its PeopleAncient EgyptiansB, G, LH. This civilization contributed to the field ofmathematics by developing a number systembased on 60.I. City-states of this civilization were ruled by aman who was both the religious leader andking.J. These people were important traders whosailed around the southern tip of Africa.K. This civilization was located mainly in whatis today Lebanon.L. The pyramids are proof of this civilization’sengineering and building skills.35
NameDateClassBIRTHPLACE OF CIVILIZATIONWorkbook Activity BIdentifying Religions of Southwest AsiaJudaism, Christianity, and Islam have becomemajor world faiths today. All three religions areexamples of monotheism, or the belief in onesupreme god. In addition, all three religions havetheir roots in Southwest Asia.DIRECTIONS: Match Statements Match each of the statements listed below withone of these world religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—lettered A, B, and C.Write the correct letter in the blanks. Refer to your textbook as needed.A—JudaismB—ChristianityC—Islam1. This is the oldest of the three world religions listed.2. The holy book of this religion is the Quran.3. People of this religion believe that Jesus is the messiah and Son of God.4. People of this religion worship the one god Yahweh.5. People of this religion follow the laws and teachings of the Torah.6. This religion is based on five pillars of faith.7. Holy days in this religion include Passover, Rosh Hashanah, and Yom Kippur.8. This is the largest of the three world religions listed.9. People of this religion celebrate Christmas, Good Friday, and Easter.11. Three groups—Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestants—make upthis religion.12. The name of this religion means “surrender” to the will of God.36The World and Its PeopleCopyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.10. People of this religion believe Muhammad is the last and greatest prophet.
NameDateClassNORTH AFRICA TODAYWorkbook Activity AInterpreting an Economic Activity Mapof North AfricaSome maps illustrate the economic activity that occurs in a region. The mapbelow shows land use, major crops, and natural resources for countries in NorthAfrica.DIRECTIONS: Find Information Study the map. Then, in the space provided,write the answer to each question.NORTH AFRICA: Economic Activity10 WEUROPE 0 ATLANTICOCEANE CasablancaS30 NRabatBarleyWheat20 ETunisAlgiersOranNW10 EAnnabaMeOlivesCitrus fruitsDatesTUNISIAditerranean SeaTripoliPort TERNSAHARA(Morocco)Reto leRiverTropic of CancerLand UseLittle or no activityNomadic herdingCommercial farming20 N0Copyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.0250250500 mi.AFRICA500 kmManufacturingareaResourcesCoalFishingIron oreLeadNatural gasPetroleumPhosphatesSaltZincMercator projection1. What crops are grown in North Africa?2. What is most of the land in North Africa used for?3. What cities are major manufacturing areas of this region?4. In which countries would you find phosphate mines?5. What resources does Algeria have?The World and Its People37
NameDateClassNORTH AFRICA TODAYWorkbook Activity BCreating and Interpreting a PictographA pictograph uses pictures of objects to represent numbers. Pictographs use broken or partialobjects when representing fractions or parts of thenumber represented by the whole object. In thebox below, an example of a pictograph is shownusing stick figures.A. DIRECTIONS: Use a Pictograph Use the population information providedbelow to finish the IMATE PULATIONS OF NORTH AFRICAN COUNTRIESLibyaTunisiaMoroccoAlgeriaB. DIRECTIONS: Use Information Use the information in your pictograph toanswer the following questions.1. Which country has the smallest population?2. Which country has the largest population?3. Libya’s population is about half the population of which country?4. The population of Egypt is approximately 72,000,000 people. How many stick figures would you needto represent Egypt’s population on your pictograph?38The World and Its PeopleCopyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 2,000,000
NameDateClassSOUTHWEST ASIAWorkbook Activity AInterpreting a Physical MapSome general maps show the physical features of a region. We call these mapsphysical maps. The physical map on this page labels important landforms and bodies of waters in Southwest Asia.DIRECTIONS: Fill in the Blanks Study the map. In the space provided, write theword or words that best complete each sentence.SOUTHWEST ASIA: Physical30 EAnatolia60 E50 Eeaan SspiCaP ON40 N40 EBlack SeaTIC RAELraJORDAN30 NZ MTS.BURELris RTigLEBANONMediterranean SeaIRAQtesREST A U R US M T S .SYRIA70 EN.IRANMTS.ASIAGuO m lf ofanlfArabian PeninsulaUNITEDARABEMIRATESRub‘ al KhaliOMANIRAS20 NBAHRAINQATARGuTropic of CancerSAUDI eaYEMENCopyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.G u l f of Aden0 mi.0 km25025050050010 N1. Turkey, Syria, Israel, and Lebanon all border the.2. The Saudi Arabian Hejaz and Asir mountain ranges lie along a great body of salt water known as the.3. Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates border theof the Arabian Sea.4. The world’s first cities were built on a plain between the, an armandRivers in what is today Iraq.5. The, a broad plateau in Turkey, is bordered by theMountains on the north and theThe World and Its PeopleMountains on the south.39
NameDateClassSOUTHWEST ASIAWorkbook Activity BThe Cities and People of Southwest AsiaSouthwest Asia contains some of the most famous cities in the world. Thesecities were the earliest urban areas on the earth. They were also the first centers oftrade and culture.A. DIRECTIONS: Match Statements Match each item in Column A with thestatements in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks. Use your textbook asneeded.COLUMN BCOLUMN A1.DamascusA. only city in the world located on two continents2.BaghdadB. capital and largest city of Iran3.Jerusalem4.IstanbulC. one of the world’s oldest cities, founded as a trading center morethan 4,000 years D. modern Saudi Arabian city located on an oasisE. capital and largest city of LebanonF.capital of Israel; holy city for three major religionsG. art and science center of a large Muslim empireH. Jordan’s capital and largest cityI.Islamic holy city visited by millions of Muslims each yearJ.capital located in a valley of the Hindu Kush mountain range11.IranK. Jews, Muslims, and Christians12.IsraelL.13.Saudi ArabiaM. Muslims14.Lebanon15.Turkey40Muslims and ChristiansThe World and Its PeopleCopyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.B. DIRECTIONS: Match Religions In the blank to the left of each country’s name,write the letter of the major groups that inhabit that country.
NameDateClassWEST AFRICAWorkbook ActivityRecognizing the Countries of West AfricaWest Africa is a region of contrasts. It containssome of the largest countries in Africa, such asNigeria, and a number of small countries. The hot,dry Sahel countries lie here. Coastal countries thatreceive plenty of rainfall are also in this region.Almost all gained independence from Europeanrule in the second half of the twentieth century.Liberia, however, was never a European colony.DIRECTIONS: Fill in the Blanks Study the list of West African countries below.Then read the statements on the next page. Use your textbook to find out more aboutthese countries. On the line before each statement, write the name of the country thatthe statement best a FasoGuineaSierra LeoneMaliGuinea-BissauGhanaNigerSenegalCape VerdeCôte d’IvoireTogoBeninWEST AFRICA: PoliticalATLANTICOCEANNORTH AFRICATropic of CancerMAURITANIACopyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, LIBERIANovoAbidjanGulf ofGuineaNational boundaryNational capitalOther cityLambert Equal-AreaprojectionThe World and Its PeopleAFRICAESN'DjamenaCENTRALNWLakeChad0 mi.2505000 km 250 50041
NameDateClassWEST AFRICAWorkbook Activity (continued)Recognizing the Countries of West Africa1. This country’s most famous ruler, Mansa Musa, made it a leading center of Islamic learning.2. This island country lies about 375 miles offshore in the Atlantic Ocean.3. These two coastal countries lie between Ghana and Nigeria.4. This country is the smallest of the Sahel countries.5. Abidjan is this country’s official seat of government, but Yamoussoukrowas named its new capital.6. This westernmost Sahel country borders the Atlantic Ocean.7. Americans freed from slavery founded this nation in 1822, and namedthe capital, Monrovia, for an American president.8. Rich deposits of bauxite and diamonds lie in this coastal country.9. This country lies between Senegal and Guinea.10. This home for people freed from slavery exports diamonds.11. This coastal country’s capital, Dakar, is known for its tree-lined streets,European cafés, and markets.12. Senegal surrounds this tiny coastal country on its north, east, and south.13. This country has a long coastline along the Gulf of Guinea that is covered with mangrove swamps. It is the most populous country in Africa.15. This Sahel country has reserves of uranium. Its capital is Niamey.16. The capital of this easternmost Sahel country is N’Djamena.42The World and Its PeopleCopyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.14. A giant dam on the Volta River in this country has created Lake Volta,one of the world’s largest artificial lakes.
NameDateClassCENTRAL AND EAST AFRICAWorkbook Activity ARecognizing the PhysicalCharacteristics of Central AfricaCentral Africa’s many rivers are a source of life for the people of the region.The countries of Central Africa lie on or near the Equator. Because of this location, they have mostly warm climates.DIRECTIONS: Circle the Correct Answers Review the physical and politicalmaps of Central and East Africa in your textbook. Also, refer to the information aboutCentral Africa in your textbook. Use what you learn to complete the activity. Circle theanswer that best completes each sentence.1. (The Democratic Republic of the Congo Cameroon) has one of the world’s largest rain forest areas.2. Both the (Ubangi Kasai) and Congo Rivers provide Congo with hydroelectric power.3. Lake (Kivu Tanganyika) is the world’s longest freshwater lake.4. The Central African Republic lies in the middle of Africa, just north of the (EquatorTropic of Cancer).5. The Democratic Republic of the Congo is (one-third one-fourth) the size of the United States.6. Lumber and offshore oil fields provide the chief exports of (Gabon Sao Tome and Principe).7. In northern (Congo the Democratic Republic of the Congo), a large swampy area lies along theUbangi River.Copyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.8. Malabo, the capital and largest city of (Gabon Equatorial Guinea), is on the country’s largest island.9. São Tomé and Príncipe lies on a chain of (volcanic islands coral reefs).10. (The Central African Republic Gabon) can claim only diamond mining as an important industry.11. The Congo River is more than (2,800 3,800) miles long.12. Savannas cover the northern and southern parts of (Congo the Democratic Republic of the Congo).13. On the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo are four large lakes—Lake Edward,Lake Kivu, Lake Tanganyika, and (Lake Mai-Ndombe Lake Albert).The World and Its People43
NameDateClassCENTRAL AND EAST AFRICAWorkbook Activity BRecognizing the History of East AfricaThe histories of the East African countries areas varied as their landscapes. Many of these countries were once European colonies, and they gainedindependence sometime during the 1900s. Severalcountries endured terrible civil wars during the late1900s and are trying to rebuild their governments.DIRECTIONS: Match Statements Match each country in Column A with thestatements in Column B. Write the correct letters in the blanks. (Some answers are usedmore than once.) Use your textbook for help.COLUMN AA. KenyaB. TanzaniaC. UgandaD. Rwanda andBurundiE. SudanF.EthiopiaG. SomaliaH. EritreaI.DjiboutiCOLUMN B1. This country’s people used to be nomadic herders, but now manyfind jobs in the capital city’s seaport.2. In ancient times, it was a powerful civilization called Kush.3. In the 1990s, the socialist government moved the country toward afree market system.4. This nation is Africa’s newest country.5. This country’s first president, Jomo Kenyatta, won respect as anearly leader in Africa’s movement for freedom.6. In 1964 two independent countries—Zanzibar and Tanganyika—united to form this country.7. In the late 1980s, disputes among clans led to civil war.8. Eritrea broke away from this country in 1993.10. In the 1980s, the government began a “reign of terror” against thesouthern peoples.11. It started fighting for its independence from British rule in the1940s, and gained its independence in 1963.12. The Hutu make up 80 percent or more of the population, but theTutsi traditionally controlled the government and economy.13. Today there is no real government in charge of this country.14. Thousands of years ago, officials from this country traveled toEgypt to meet with pharaohs.44The World and Its PeopleCopyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.9. Dictator Idi Amin ruled the country throughout much of the1970s.
NameDateClassSOUTHERN AFRICA — A VARIED REGIONWorkbook ActivityRecognizing the Resources in Southern AfricaSix of the countries in southern Africa haverich deposits of minerals that are valued by countries around the world. The Republic of SouthAfrica has built a very strong economy by devel-oping its mineral resources. However, many of theother countries in southern Africa do not have richmineral deposits and must rely on other resourcesto help their economies.DIRECTIONS: Write the Correct Answer Use the information in your textbookto answer the following questions.1. Which inland southern African country cultivates sorghum?2. Which country relies on copper for
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