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HARCOURT HORIZONS GRADE

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CLUE 1

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Response 1

THE STORY BY DANIEL DEFOE

BASED ON THE ADVENTURES

OF ALEXANDER SELKIRK

ROBINSON CRUSOE

A ROAD OR PATH BETWEEN

ONE PLACE AND ANOTHER

ROUTE

THE STUDY OF EARTH'S

FEATURES

GEOGRAPHY

THE LAND, CLIMATE, WATER,

AND PLANT LIFE OF A PLACE

PHYSICAL FEATURES

KINDS OF LAND, INCLUDING

MOUNTAINS, VALLEYS,

PLATEAUS, AND PLAINS

LANDFORMS

THE PATTERN OF WEATHER A

PLACE HAS OVER A LONG

PERIOD OF TIME

CLIMATE

CLUE 2

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Response 2

LANDFORMS THAT HAVE

STEEP SIDES AND A FLAT TOP

PLATEAUS

PLACES WHERE TWO ROADS

MEET AND MANY

COMMUNITIES HAVE STARTED

CROSSROADS

BUILDINGS, BRIDGES, ROADS,

FARMS, MINES, AND CANALS

ARE EXAMPLES OF THESE

THINGS THAT CHANGE THE

LAND

HUMAN FEATURES

ONE OF EARTH'S LARGEST

HUMAN FEATURES,

STRETCHING FOR MORE THAN

4,000 MILES ACROSS CHINA

THE GREAT WALL OF

CHINA

THE LONGEST CONTINUOUS

CHAIN OF MOUNTAINS ON

EARTH, FOUND IN CENTRAL

AND SOUTH AMERICA FOR A

DISTANCE OF 4,500 MILES

THE ANDES MOUNTAINS

THE TIME IN WHICH THE

CLIMATE ALLOWS CROPS TO

GROW

THE GROWING SEASON

CLUE 3

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Response 3

HUMAN FEATURES MADE TO

PROVIDE PEOPLE WITH FOOD

FARMS

NATURAL RESOURCES FOUND

IN THE EARTH, SUCH AS IRON,

SILVER, AND GOLD

MINERALS

A PROTECTED PLACE WITH

DEEP WATER THAT ALLOWS

SHIPS TO COME CLOSE TO THE

SHORE

HARBOR

SOME ARE OPEN PITS WHILE

OTHERS ARE DEEP TUNNELS

DUG INTO THE GROUND TO

TAKE NATURAL RESOURCES

FROM THE EARTH

MINES

IT IS MADE UP OF ALL THE

PHYSICAL FEATURES, HUMAN

FEATURES AND CLIMATE OF A

PLACE

ENVIRONMENT

NATURAL RESOURCES SUCH

AS OIL, COAL, AND WOOD

WHICH ARE BURNED FOR HEAT

OR TO MAKE ELECTRICITY

FUELS

CLUE 4

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Response 4

THESE ARE OFTEN GOOD

PLACES FOR COMMUNITIES

BECAUSE WATER RUNS DOWN

TO THEM FROM THE

MOUNTAINS AND THE SOIL IS

OFTEN RICH FOR CROPS

VALLEYS

PLACE WITH A VERY DRY

CLIMATE

DESERT

AREA OF FLAT LAND ALONG A

SEA OR OCEAN

COASTAL PLAIN

PLACES WHERE SHIPS DOCK

TO PICK UP GOODS OR

PASSENGERS

PORTS

THIS MOUNTAIN RANGE BEGINS

IN MASSACHUSETTS AND

STRETCHES SOUTH TO

ALABAMA

APPALACHIAN

MOUNTAINS

LAND SURROUNDED ON MOST

SIDES BY WATER, BUT STILL

CONNECTED TO A LARGER

LAND MASS

PENINSULA

CLUE 5

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Response 5

HURON, ONTARIO, MICHIGAN,

ERIE, AND SUPERIOR

THE GREAT LAKES OF

THE UNITED STATES

ONE OF THE LONGEST

HIGHWAYS IN THE WORLD, IT

RUNS FROM CANADA TO

SOUTHERN CHILE IN SOUTH

AMERICA

PAN-AMERICAN HIGHWAY

A 40 MILE LONG WATERWAY

COMPLETED IN 1914 TO

CONNECT THE ATLANTIC

OCEAN TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN

PANAMA CANAL

TWO FACTORS THAT

DETERMINE THE TYPE OF

PLANTS THAT WILL GROW IN A

PLACE

SOIL AND CLIMATE /

GROWING SEASON

ONE WAY PEOPLE ADAPT TO

THE CLIMATE IN WHICH THEY

LIVE

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING,

BURNING FUELS

THE DIRECTIONS BETWEEN

THE CARDINAL POINTS OF A

COMPASS ROSE, THEY GIVE

MORE EXACT INFORMATION

ABOUT THE LOCATION OF A

PLACE

INTERMEDIATE

DIRECTIONS (NE, NW,

 CATEGORY:   

GEOGRAPHY  

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 CLUE:   

TWO DIFFERENCES BETWEENTHE ANDES MOUNTAINS ANDTHE APPALACHIANS   

 Response:   

ANDES HAVE SHARPPEAKS AND LESS PLANT

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CATEGORY 1

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CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

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CATEGORY

Explanation

CLUE 1

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400 POINTS


Response 1

CLUE 2

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800 POINTS


Response 2

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Response 3

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Response 4

CLUE 5

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Response 5

 CATEGORY:   

GEOGRAPHY  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

TWO DIFFERENCES BETWEENTHE ANDES MOUNTAINS ANDTHE APPALACHIANS   

 Response:   

ANDES HAVE SHARPPEAKS AND LESS PLANT

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