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Exploring How People and Places Affect One Another – Geography Word Wall Vocabulary

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63 exploring the affects of people and places vocabulary cards.

Display and use these Exploring How People and Places Affect One Another Word Wall Vocabulary cards to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary when learning the affects people and places have on each other.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include:

arctic, arid, BATKIS, BOLTSS, built elements, canyon, cartographic conventions, case study, cause and effect, climate, clustered pattern, coniferous forest, continent, deciduous forest, desert, dispersed pattern, distribution, environmental characteristics, environmental influences, equator, grasslands, hemisphere, hill, human characteristics, human impact, human influences, interrelationships, lake, landform, landscape, large-scale map, line graph, linear pattern, migrate, mountain, national, north-east, north-west, peninsula, physical features, physical growth, plain, plateau, polar, political map, pollution, radial pattern, rainfall, rainforest, river, rural, settlement, small-scale map, south-east, south-west, temperate, temperature, tropical, Tropics, tundra, urban, valley, vegetation

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Exploring How People and Places Affect One Another - Geography Vocabulary

arctic arid BATKIS
BOLTSS built elements canyon
cartographic conventions case study cause and effect
climate clustered pattern coniferous forest
continent deciduous forest desert
dispersed pattern distribution environmental characteristics
environmental influences equator grasslands
hemisphere hill human characteristics
human impact human influences interrelationships
lake landform landscape
large-scale map line graph linear pattern
migrate mountain national
north-east north-west peninsula
physical features physical growth plain
plateau polar political map
pollution radial pattern rainfall
rainforest river rural
settlement small-scale map south-east
south-west temperate temperature
tropical Tropics tundra
urban valley vegetation
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