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Slide 2 What I know About India What I Learned About India What I Want to Learn About India Slide 3 Geography TTYN: How does geography help shape civilizations? Partner Activity 20 minutes Work cooperatively, identify key geographical locations on the map located in your map packet. Label them. Then create your own map using these same physical and political features. Physical Political Slide 4 Geography Slide 5 Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Well-watered northern plains, the dry Deccan plateau, and the coastal plains on either side of the Deccan The Indian subcontinent is divided into three major zones Slide 10 Geography India is considered a subcontinent because of its size. It is a part of Asia. In the north are high mountains, the Himalayas and Hindu Kush. In the center - the Deccan Plateau. Slide 11 Geography Northern plain lies south of the mountain Fertile land Receives water from the Indus, Ganges, and the Brahmaputra Rivers Slide 12 Geography TTYN: Identify different weather events that could have an affect on a people and a nation The Deccan lacks water resources Much of the region is arid, unproductive, and sparsely populated Coastal plains, similar to the northern plain, receive a sufficient amount of water, plus have the added benefit of the coast for trade and fishing. Slide 13 Geography Partner Activity What is the message within this poem? The summer sun, who robbed the pleasant nights. And plundered all the water of the rivers. And burned the earth, and scorched the forest-trees Is now hiding; and the rain-clouds, Spread thick across the sky to track him down. Hunt for the criminal with lightning flashes. Slide 14 Geography Monsoon a seasonal wind Winter blows from the NE, bringing with it hot, dry air that withers crops May-June the wet summer monsoon blows from the SW. Packed with moisture from the Indian Ocean. The monsoon has shaped Indian life. Rain for crops; If later, famine and starvation may occur Slide 15 Geography Of India http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdGbamPgf8 o http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QJ09TGy9kc