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Chabot College - Geography 5 - Fall 1999
Unit J- Asian Pacific Rim
DATE DUE: 11/29 NOT ACCEPTED AFTER: 12/2
Video Programs 13, 25, 26

 Unit J Asian Pacific Rim
 Video Programs:  13, 25, 26 - Submit video questions
 Video Study Guide (yellow)
The Power of Place: World Regional Geography
Test your Understanding 1 & 2 p.111
Map exercise 1 p.111, Map exercise 1 p.227, Map exercise 1 p.233, Test your Understanding 2 & 4 p.233
 Text: Geography, Realms, Regions, and Concepts Chapters 10, 11, 12 & Appendix C
 Text Study Guide (green) Geography, Realms, Regions, and Concepts For Quiz J study the places mentioned in the video, and the map constructions Chapter 10- 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d and Chapter 11- 1a, 1b, & 3a
(You don't hand these maps in, but do them for practice for the quiz)
(see below)
For assignment J you must submit the set of video questions (now available online) and the three map exercises and questions from the Video Study Guide (yellow)- For the quiz, study map constructions and places mentioned in the videos.
 
In addition to the multiple choice & True/False video questions,
you need to hand in the following maps and questions:
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Test your Understanding
1 p.111
Why is Australi'a population so urbanized despite the country's vast size? List three reasons.
2 p.111
List four characteristics that make Singapore a global distribution hub.
 
2 p.233
How has the town of Ubud been able to avoid the problems that Kuta has seen with the growth of the tourist industry on Bali?
 
4 p.233
List the different groups that have controlled Malaysia and the imprints that they left on Malaysian culture.
 
Use blank maps of Southeast Asia or Australia and New Zealand from the yellow Video Study Guide:
 
Map exercise 1 p.111- Locate the following places:
Sydney
Singapore
Melbourne
Indonesia
Jakarta
Bangkok
Hong Kong(Xiang gangj
Indian Ocean
Strait of Singapore
Intemational Date Line
South China Sea
Strait of Malacca
Equator
Tropic of Cancer
Tropic of Capricom
Perth
Malay Peninsula
Java Sea

Map exercise 1 p.227
Mekong River
Red River
China
Mekong Delta
Myanmar (Burma)
Gulf of Thailand
Annamese Cordillera
Viangchan (Vientiane)
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
Hue
South China Sea
Phnom Penh
Hanoi
Thailand
Laos
Cambodia
Friendship Bridge
Vietnam

Map exercise 1 p.233
South China Sea
Strait of Malacca
Kuala Lumpur
Singapore
Celebes Sea
Malay Peninsula
Borneo
Pinang
Java
Kalimantan
Sumatera (Sumatra)
Bali
Jakarta
New Guinea
Brunei

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For the quiz, study places covered in the video and the following map constructions in Chapters 10 & 11 of the green Textbook Study Guide:

1a. Southeast Asia's Rivers
1b. Southeast Asia's Water Bodies
1c. Southeast Asia's Land Bodies
 
1a. Australia and New Zealand's Water Bodies
1b. Australia and New Zealand's Land Areas
3a. Australia and New Zealand's Cities