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SFA Review Latin America – Africa Units ALMOST THERE!!!!! HOME STRETCH!!!!!

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  • SFA Review Latin America Africa Units ALMOST THERE!!!!! HOME STRETCH!!!!!
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  • THE LATITUDE AND LANDFORMS IN LATIN AMERICA GIVE DIFFERENT TYPES OF __________???
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  • CHALLENGES TO BUILDING THE PANAMA CANAL VARYING ALTITUDES ? CONSTANT LANDSLIDES Which challenge listed below would best complete the diagram above? a.Disease carrying mosquitoes-yellow fever b.Finding workers to construct the canal c.Alligators and other wildlife d.Lack of financial support from the US government
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  • What does NOT belong??? Positive effects of NAFTA (North America Free Trade Agreement) Better trade of goods and services between Canada, US, and Mexico More Job Opportunities for people in Latin America Fewer countries want to trade with Latin America due to corrupt governments More money for improvement projects in cities (better infrastructure)
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  • Where did most of the African slaves go in Latin America? What are some of the effects?
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  • What resource waged the war in Iraq?
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  • Using the map above, which part of South Asia does not benefit from the monsoons in the summer (wet monsoons)?
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  • ? Pollution in the Ganges River deforestation Loss of arable land What would be the best title for the chart above? A. Effects of Large population in India B. Benefits of Small Populations C. Foundations of Hinduism D. Causes of Problems Between India and Pakistan
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  • 1900s: The region of South Asia was controlled by the British empire 1947: After the Partition of India, West Pakistan and East Pakistan were united by religion (Islam) but separated geographically by India 1971: Civil War broke out between West Pakistan and East Pakistan. East Pakistan was helped out by India because West Pakistan also wanted the Indian Kashmir territory. 1971: With the help of India, East Pakistan was able to win its independence and become the new country of Bangladesh. According to the timeline, what did the British Partition cause for the region of South Asia?
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  • April 3, 2009 The Kashmir region has a majority Muslim population and it belongs to India. At the time of partition the people were supposed to decide which nation-India or Pakistan-they wished to join. The will of the Kashmiri people has not been done. The quotation above probably belongs to which of the following? A.A Pakistani citizen B.An Indian government official C.A Bangladeshi religious leader D.A Chinese farmer
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  • As a result of the Three Gorges Dam, which level of economic activity is most likely to increase along the river? A.Primary-farming, mining B.Secondary-manufacturing C.Tertiary-shipping, D.Quaternary-research
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  • How are some ways the Japanese can adapt to living in an area where there are many earthquakes each year? WHAT CAUSES THE EARTHQUAKES IN JAPAN????
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  • WHERE DO MOST OF THE POPULATION IN CHINA LIVE???? HOW DOES THIS HELP MANUFACTURING AND TRADE???? WHY DO FEW PEOPLE LIVE IN THE WESTERN AND NORTHERN REGIONS IN CHINA?
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  • WHICH COUNTRY MODERNIZED QUICKER??? Remains traditional to culture and values Loses several territorial (land) conflicts with the West Starts to trade with few Western nations Finally wants to reform and become more modernized. See modernization as a necessary thing to be competitive in global market Adapts to Western culture easily Builds economy and military power
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  • What is the ECONOMIC impact of rivers, such as the Congo, on the development of Africa? A. It prevents countries from transporting goods and trading with other nations. B. It allows for African countries to develop their own food on farms so they dont need to trade. C. It forms a barrier that has caused the development of many cultures in Africa D. It provides for a strong fishing industry that has provided the opportunity for economic development
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  • Why has AIDS reached epidemic proportions in Africa? A.Lack of investment capital B.Oversupply of medical supplies C.Lack of raw materials to sell to get money to buy medicines D.Poor education about the causes of AIDS and how it is spread
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  • Which of the following is an economic problem in Africa today as a result of European colonization? A.Military dictatorships B.Diseases such as AIDS and malaria C.Lack of investment capital D.Ethnic conflicts between tribes
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  • What is causing the spread of desertification across Africa? A.Land is being used for building cities. B.Overgrazing by animals C.Poor crop irrigation D.Overuse of chemicals to control insects
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  • WHAT IS THE SPEAKER DESCRIBING???? My family and I had to move south from our home in Southern Chad. Our cattle need grass to eat and the land is becoming too dry due to lack of rain. We continue to move south but while moving on foot the desert like scenery seems like it goes on forever! DESERTIFICATION!!!!!
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  • WHAT CAN BE SAID ABOUT THE MAP OF AFRICA AFTER THE BERLIN CONFERENCE IN 1848?