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A Single Shard. Korea: Geography and history. OBJECTIVES:. 1. Identify the physical shape of the Korean peninsula. 2. Label the physical and political features of the peninsula. 3. Draw conclusions as to how physical systems affect human systems. Korea. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • A Single ShardKorea: Geography and history


    1. Identify the physical shape of the Korean peninsula.2. Label the physical and political features of the peninsula.3. Draw conclusions as to how physical systems affect human systems.

  • KoreaForm the outline of the Korean peninsula using the green marker. Use the red marker to show the division between North and South Korea. Use the blue marker for major mountains and the Han River.

  • Korean Geography TermsYou may use computers to find these places

    Find and label your map with the following places:ChinaSeoulEast Sea Taebaek MtsYellow SeaHans RiverChina Sea

    Korea Strait PusanRussiaPeninsula 38th Parallel Kaesong City

    12th Century Korea use this link to find a map!

  • In your AIG notebookanswer the following questionsHow do you think Koreas geographic location has shaped its history and future? Compare Korea to the size of different states in America

  • GoryeoGoryeo Facts from: Wikpedia Facts about Korea: www.Korea.net Goryeo dynasty founded by General Wang Geonlasted 474 years.He named his dynasty Goryeo which the name Korea is derived from.Goryeo period is best represented by Buddhism and Celadon pottery

  • QUICK FACTS about KOREA Population: 48 millionArea: 38,400 Sq. Miles (Slightly Larger than Indiana)Government: RepublicCapital: Seoul (approx. 25-28 million live in Seoul)Major Cities: Busan, Daeju, ,Inchon, Daejon, Ulsan, Jeonju, Gwangju.Language: KoreanRace: Korean(99%)Currency: WonMajor Religions: Christianity and BuddhismLiteracy Rate: 99.9%Major Sports: Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball, Golf

    National Holidays:Seol-nal - Chinese New Year: Jan. 1(lunar Calendar)Samil-jeol - Independent Movement Day: Mar. 1Chopa-il - Buddhas Birthday: Apr. 1(Lunar Calendar)Childrens Day: May 5Memorial Day: June 6Constitution Day: July. 17Independence Day: Aug. 15Choo-seok - Thanksgiving: Aug. 15(Lunar Calendar, 3 Days)Foundation Day: Oct. 3Christmas: Dec. 25

    12th Century Korea

  • 12th Century Korea12th Century Korea Use the link above to explore Korea when Tree-ear lived thereRecord 10 things you learn in your notebookMake three comparisons to your life

  • The Village of Chulpo

    Why was the village of Chulpo an important village for ceramics?Why was its location important?What was the soil like?What kind of pottery was being produced in Chulpo?