The content was detailed, clear, and very well organized. Will definitely be coming back to Black, for help in class!
MENA 160A2 Quick Study Guide: Geography (02/01/2016)
As you all know studying for a geography quiz can be such a drag. I have come up with a few different strategies that can be fun and assure to help you feel more prepared to kick this quiz in the butt! Don't forget about the age old question of What is the study of psychology?
1. First let's get used to the general shape of the Middle Eastern map (courtesy of google):
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-The purple outline represents the entire Middle Eastern map studied in this particular course. -The bodies of water are under lined in teal.
2. Now that you get a gist of what the Middle East is shaped like, let's get to know
exactly what we need to review for Abe's version of the geography quiz: Don't forget about the age old question of What are the effects of too much protein?
Countries and their cities:
Bodies of water:
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Morocco - Casablanca Algeria – Algiers Tunisia - Tunis Libya - Tripoli Egypt - Cairo Sudan - Khartoum South Sudan - Juba Saudi Arabia – Mecca Yemen - Sana'a Oman - Muscat United Arab E. - Abu Dhabi Syria - Damascus Iraq - Baghdad Israel/ Palestine – Jerusalem Tran - Tehran Afghanistan - Kabul Turkey - Istanbul
Black Sea Caspian Sea Mediterranean Sea Red Sea Persian Gulf Bosporus Strait Dardanelles Strait Strait of Hormuz Euphrates Nile Tigris Suez Cannel Don't forget about the age old question of Statutory law, means what?
3. Yes, yes, I know it seems like a lot, but here are a couple links to games that I
found very helpful, try them out!! - Shepheard's Software: http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/Middle east Geography.htm
- Owl & Mouse: http://www.yourchildlearns.com/mappuzzle/middle-east puzzle.html If you want to learn more check out Who is alfred binet?
4. Lastly quiz yourself at: ilike2learn.com/ilike2learn/MidEast.html
So maybe you don't like starring at maps all day or playing games, you can always copy and
paste the countries, their cities and bodies of water onto Microsoft word to create flash cards. (If you do, I suggest cutting out the cards by the shape of their designated country, If you want to learn more check out Why is our imagination incapable of grasping these qualities of the wax?
helps with memorization. The possibilities are endless!).
P.S. If you come back tomorrow I will have a very detailed illustration of the map with arrows and a legend pointing to each country and body of water! Happy studying!