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Bingo Cards
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Language Family
Language Branch
Language Group
Language
Urbanization
Urban Hierarchy
Primary Economic Activity
Secondary Economic Activity
Tertiary Economic Activity
Quaternary Economic Activity
Quinary Economic Activity
City-State
Elongated State
Nation
Bulk Gaining Industries
Cottage Industry
Multilingual States
Bulk-Reducing Industry
Least-Cost Theory
Industrial Revolution
Shock City
Gerrymandering
Maquiladoras
Nation-State

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Agriculture Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

intentional modification of the Earth by planting crops and domesticating animals Agriculture
production of crops without synthetic pesticides or fertilizers Organic
What has promoted the globalization of agriculture? Technology
In the past few decades, agriculture has become very industrial
(blank) will be 8.3 billion in 2030 Population
Which region of the world will still be in trouble in 2030? Sub-Sahara
Food in the future will begin to come from higher Productivity
What will begin to slow down because of agriculture? Deforestation
What will replace food as the world's main concern? Water
Which industry will begin to boom? Biotechnology
What will cause increased food imports all over the world? Climate Change
economic activity focused mainly on agriculture Primary
Economic activity based on manufacturing Secondary
Economic activity based on services (U.S. Economy) Tertiary
Economic activity based on exchange of goods Quarternary
Economic activity based on research (RTP) Quinary
Agricultural landscape is the (blank) of agriculture on the environment Impact

Economic Geography Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

capitalism
central place
china
city functions
command
country
culture
development
ethinic
free
global
growth
Houston
industrialized
market
Mexico
migration
mixed
population
quaternary
sprawl
traditional
United States
urban
world
world trade

AP Human Geography Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Portion of a terriotory surrounded by a larger territory. Ex: Lesotho enclave
A sovereign state entirely enclosed by land. Ex: Switzerland landlocked
Small neutral country between 2 hostile countries. Ex: North Korea buffer state
Organization that consists of a number of parties united in an alliance. Ex: Canada confederation
A boundary that has a naturally occuring barrier between two areas. Ex: rivers physical
A state whose territory is long and narrow. Ex: Chile elongated
Drawing of a legislative district boundary to benefit a party or group. Ex: Germany election of 2000 gerrymandering
A state that poses a roughly circular shape. Ex: Poland compact
A state that includes several discontinuous pieces of territory. Ex: Indonesia Fragmented
A state that completely surrounds another. Ex: South Africa perforated
A boundary that follows a regular geometric pattern. Ex: Boundary between Indonesia and Papua New Guinea geometric
International organization formed to increase cooperation among member countries. Ex: The US, France, Republic of China United Nations
A state that exhibits a narrow, elongated land extension. Ex: Thailand Prorupted
Part of a country that's separated from the rest of the country and surrounded by foreign country. Ex: Naxcivan Exclave
Delegation of authority. Ex: US experienced in the 1990's under Clinton Devolution
Economic theory that trade generates wealth. Ex: English Navigation Act of 1651 Mercantilism
Politically organized body of people under a single government. Ex: Afghanistan State
Ability of a state to govern its territoy free from control of its internal affairs by other states. Ex: Nepal Sovereighty
States with very small land area. Ex: Vatican City Microstates
How people use space to communicate ownership of areas. Ex: Car size territoriality

World Geography-Politics and Economics Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Theocracy
Democratic/Republic
Dictatorship
Monarchy
Absolute Monarchy
Constitutional Monarchy
Totalitarian
Patriotism
Nationalism
Primary Activity
Secondary Activity
Tertiary Activity
Quaternary Activity
Human Development Index
Literacy
Life Expectancy
GDP per capita
Infant Mortality
Less Developed Country (LDC)
Newly Industrialized Country
More Developed Country (MDC)
Subsistence Agriculture
Commercial Agriculture
Cottage Industry
Commercial Industry

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Economic Geography Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

things from nature used within industry Natural Resources
goods made and used to produce other goods and services Capitol Resources
people and the skills they possess human resources
structures and facilities such as roads, bridges, and buildings that provide organizational patterns for societies infrastructure
a person who takes risks while organizing and operating a business entrepreneur
the total value of goods produced and services provided in a country during one year GDP
dealing directly with resources such as fishing, farming, mining, etc. primary economic activity
manufacturing and processing such as steel mill production, sawmills, automobile assembly, etc. secondary economic activity
services such as transportation, retail trade, info technology, etc. tertiary economic activity
an improved form of the tertiary sector and involves services related to knowledge and skill Quaternary
extending a country power and influence through political, economic, and military force to satellite nations imperialism
the percentage of people who can read and write literacy rate
the amount of money, material goods and services, and resources available in a particular area to its citizens standard of living
spending money or using resources and time in hopes of making a profit investment
the amount of money made after all costs have been paid profit
the ability of countries to produce goods and services at lower relative costs than other countries, resulting in exports of goods and services comparative advantage
focusing on one or a few products within an economic system economic specialization
countries depending on one another for goods and services within an economic system economic interdependence
goods or services sent to other countries for sale exports
goods or services brought in from another country to sell imports
a modern transportation network that allow rapid and efficient exchange of goods and services federal express
an example of an economic union along with OPEC, NAFTA, and the EU ASEAN
economic activity concerned with the processing of raw materials and manufacture of goods in factories industry
a business of manufacturing activity carried on in a persons home cottage industry
factory based manufacturing, involves widespread production Commercial industry
maintaining or supporting oneself at a minimum level subsistence

AP Human Geography Exam Review Crossword #1

Type
Crossword
Description

This man is known as the Father of the Green Revolution Norman Borlaug
War, famine, and natural disasters are all examples of this Push factor
Unlike Gross Domestic Product, this can be generated by a country's citizens regardless of location Gross National Income
In the isogloss of the Southern United States, this term for Coca-Cola is used Coke
Maquiladoras are American-owned factories in which country? Mexico
In trading, English is the main Lingua franca
What is the first step in the evolution of boundaries? Definition
Choropleth maps shades areas on a map using Color
The flu virus is an example of this type of diffusion Contagious diffusion
The Bible Belt, Rust Belt, and Sun Belt are all examples of what type of region Functional region
This language was created by the creolization of French and English Cajun
Goods switch forms of _____ in break-of-bulk points Transportation
Gerrymandering redraws _____ in such a way as to give one political party maximum political advantage Voting districts
Neo-Malthusians believed there would be a lack of Natural resources
New Orleans has a good _____ due to its access to rivers allowing trade Situation
There are currently no countries in this stage of the Demographic Transition Model Stage One
What was the biggest exchange of food all at one time? Columbian Exchange
The Human Development Index uses GDP, literacy rate, and amount of Education
Another name for shifting cultivation Slash and burn
This is the final stage of Rostow’s model of economic development High Mass Consumption
This country implemented a system of racial segregation known as apartheid South Africa
As women become more educated, the total fertility rate Decreases
The _____ increases as countries go through the stages of the Demographic Transition Model Standard of living
Judaism, Hinduism, and Daoism are all examples of this Ethnic religion
This job sector includes fishing, lumbering, and oil drilling Primary sector

AP Human Geography Review Crossword #2

Type
Crossword
Description

An airport would act as the node or center of a ______ region functional
The portion of Earth's surface occupied by permanent human settlement Ecumene
Excessive crop planting, animal grazing, and tree cutting can cause Desertification
Agriculture undertaken primarily to generate products for sale off the farm commercialagriculture
A set of religious beliefs concerning the origin of the universe cosmogony
The construction of religious buildings such as churches and mosques alters the culturallandscape
Chile is an example of an ___________ state elongated
Countries such as Indonesia and Malaysia are fragmentedstates
North Carolina's 12th congressional district is an example of gerrymandering
Countries such as Ethiopia, Sudan, and Niger are all __________ countries because of their lack of economic properity periphery
We are able to find McDonalds and cell phones across the globe thanks to globalization
The fleeing of refugees from their war-torn homes in the Middle East is an example of emigration
Process of converting an urban neighborhood from a low-income, renter-occupied area to a middle-class, owner-occupied area gentrification
The three ______ of the three largest universalizing religions are located in Asia hearths
English is part of the Indo-European language _______ family
A large node of office and retail activities on the edge of an urban area edgecity
Net migration from urban to rural areas in more developed countries counterurbanization
Compares the ability of women and men to participate in economic and political decision making GEM
A bar graph representing the distribution of population by age and sex populationpyramid
To beat out grain from stalks by trampling it Thresh
The name given to a portion of the Earth's surface toponym
Better education opportunities, safety, and chance to make more money are all pullfactors
Fear of the loss of one's life and no job opportunities are examples of pushfactors
Namibia and Thailand are both examples of ___________ states prorupted
The production of copper is an example of a bulk-_________ industry reducing

AP Human Geography Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Centrifugal Force Centrifugal Force
Centripetal Force Centripetal Force
Compact State Compact State
Core-Periphery Model Core-Periphery Model
Devolution Devolution
Elongated State Elongated State
European Union European Union
Fragmented State Fragmented State
Geometric Boundary Geometric Boundary
Geopolitics Geopolitics
Gerrymandering Gerrymandering
Heartland Theory Heartland Theory
Multinational State Multinational State
NAFTA NAFTA
Nation Nation
Nation-State Nation-State
NATO NATO
Peferorated State Peferorated State
Prorupted State Prorupted State
Sovereignty Sovereignty
State State
WTO WTO

Agriculture Geography Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

NOMADIC
SEDENTARY
CULTIVATION
EXTENSIVE
INTENSIVE
SUBSISTENCE
COMMERCIAL
PASTORAL
ARABLE
OUTPUTS
PROCESSES
INPUTS
AGRICULTURE
MECHANISATION
QUATERNARY
TERTIARY
SECONDARY
PRIMARY
ECONOMIC

Industry Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

category
business
researcher
teacher
farmer
builder
career
jobs
quaternary
tertiary
secondary
primary