Representation of Geographical Features
Maps and Diagrams
Elements of a Map
Major Landforms of the Earth
Water Bodies: Oceans, Seas, Lakes and Rivers
Major Water Bodies
Types of Agriculture
Minerals and Ores Exercises
Study of Continents : North America and South America
North America: Location, Area, Political and Physical Features
North America: Climate, Natural Vegetation, Wildlife; Mineral and Power Resources
South America: Location, Area, Political and Physical Features
South America: Climate, Natural Vegetation, Wildlife; Mineral and Power Resources
Answer the following question in one or two paragraphs.
What is the difference between the cardinal directions and the intermediate directions? Draw a diagram to the intermediate directions.
Study the diagram alongside and fill in the blanks with appropriate directions:
Example: A lies to the north-west of B.
1. T lies to the – of U.
2. P lies to the – of 0.
3. 0 lies to the – of P.
4. Y lies to the – of X.
5. U lies to the – of T.