Ancient India: The Geography of South Asia
|The Indian Subcontinent|
Today's Focus Question How did the geography affect life in India?
The Geography of South Asia: Vocabulary Study Today we start a new unit on the early civilizations of India. We will begin by learning about the geography of this part of the world, and today we will specifically study some of the key vocabulary related is geography, using the document The Geography of South Asia - Cognitive Content Dictionary, which can be found in your Social Studies Google Classroom. We will be using an excerpt from our Social Studies textbook, which has been placed in your Social Studies Google Classroom as well (and which you can also find here), to help us understand the lesson's key words and concepts. Some images have also been posted below to help you conceptualize these new terms.
|The Indian subcontinent is very large.|
|The Himalaya mountains are a natural barrier separating India from China.|
|The blue lines represent the Indus river system.|
|Watsonville is home to a lot of fertile land.|
|Monsoons bring wet winds in the summer and dry winds in the winter.|
Homework Complete The Geography of South Asia - Cognitive Content Dictionary, which will be due on Friday, January 15.