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The Social Studies questions below are in the following grade levels: Pre-K Kindergarten
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Graduate Continuing Education
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Grade 7 :: Themes of Geography by billycamps
The best description of the theme of interaction is
  1. the human and physical characteristics of an area.
  2. how humans adapt to and modify the environment.
  3. migration across the planet.
  4. a definite reference to locate a place.
  5. divides the world into manageable units for geographic study.
Grade 7 :: Themes of Geography by billycamps
The best description of the theme of location is
  1. the human and physical characteristics of an area.
  2. how humans adapt to and modify the environment.
  3. migration across the planet.
  4. a definite reference to locate a place.
  5. divides the world into manageable units for geographic study.
Grade 7 :: Themes of Geography by billycamps
The best description of the theme of region is
  1. the human and physical characteristics of an area.
  2. how humans adapt to and modify the environment.
  3. migration across the planet.
  4. a definite reference to locate a place.
  5. divides the world into manageable units for geographic study.
Grade 5 :: Economics by AmySakowitz
Items brought into a country are called
  1. exports
  2. goods
  3. imports
  4. services
Grade 6 :: Map Components by mountain7
The disadvantage of a globe is that:
  1. It is not practical enough
  2. It does not show enough detail
  3. It is too big to fit into a pocket
  4. All of the above.
Grade 8 :: Civil War by Qalam
The slave codes were
  1. rules to protect the general welfare of enslaved people.
  2. ways for enslaved people to secretly communicate with one another other.
  3. laws that controlled the lives of enslaved African Americans.
  4. guidelines for freeing a certain number of enslaved people every year.
Grade 8 :: Themes of Geography by Vanheerdens
Grade 8 :: Civil War by Qalam
Why did people in the North and the South have such different views about slavery?
  1. The South's economy depended on slavery, while the economy of the North did not.
  2. Most people in the South believed slavery was morally wrong.
  3. Northerners thought slavery was destroying the economy.
  4. Southerners believed slavery should be eliminated gradually, while northerners thought it should be abolished all at once.
Grade 10 :: Mesopotamia by Qalam
A key geographic advantage of the river valley was its
  1. barriers against invasion
  2. sunny climate
  3. fertile land
  4. monsoon winds
Grade 3 :: Geography by Tlahooti
What is geography?
  1. a person that studies the earth
  2. the study of Earth's physical features, such as mountains, deserts, rivers, and oceans.
  3. is how long it takes to travel from one place to another
Grade 6 :: Map Components by Tracy51
Maps can represent the following:
  1. the world
  2. countries
  3. cities
  4. bodies of water
  5. all of the above
Grade 7 :: Themes of Geography by billycamps
The best description of the the theme of place is
  1. the human and physical characteristics of an area.
  2. how humans adapt to and modify the environment.
  3. migration across the planet.
  4. a definite reference to locate a place.
  5. divides the world into manageable units for geographic study.
Grade 7 :: Themes of Geography by billycamps
The best description of the theme of movement is
  1. the human and physical characteristics of an area.
  2. how humans adapt to and modify the environment.
  3. migration across the planet.
  4. a definite reference to locate a place.
  5. divides the world into manageable units for geographic study.
Grade 6 :: Bodies of Water and Continents by Tracy51
Of the seven continents on earth which two are completely within the southern hemisphere?
  1. Asia and Australia
  2. Asia and Antarctica
  3. Australia and Antarctica
  4. Africa and Australia
Grade 2 :: Geography by MistYancey
What continent do we live on?
  1. Asia
  2. Africa
  3. North America
  4. South America
Grade 8 :: Civil War by Qalam
Which statement best describes Henry Clay's goal in proposing the Missouri Compromise?
  1. Eventually, slavery as an institution will be overturned and the slaves will all be freed."
  2. Slavery will be allowed in some northern states at the same time it is being phased out of the southern states.
  3. Northern and southern states cannot agree on a system that will satisfy them both.
  4. "The balance in the Senate will be maintained by this agreement.
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