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Ch 3: Virginia SOL - World Geography: Regional Geography

About This Chapter

Get an overview of geographical regions with these video lessons and accompanying quizzes. Study of this material will help you meet grade-level requirements for this subject and prepare you for the Virginia Standard of Learning (SOL) World Geography exam.

Virginia SOL-World Geography: Regional Geography - Chapter Summary

Use the lessons in this chapter to review what you know or learn new facts about types of regions and human origin theories. The topics addressed in this chapter are among those you will be expected to know to meet Virginia standards for this subject. Successful review of these video lessons leads to:

  • Identifying and defining types of regions
  • Giving examples of different types of regions
  • Describing what a continent is
  • Relating how the world is divided into continents and countries
  • Explaining the Regional Continuity Model of human origin

Each lesson allows you to access a timeline feature wherein you can jump to specific parts of the videos, print and study lesson transcripts, ask instructors questions about the lessons and take accompanying quizzes. The self-assessment quizzes help you evaluate what you have retained from the lessons using the same multiple-choice format you will find on the actual Virginia SOL World Geography exam.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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