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Studies Weekly Week 2 Assessment

Quiz by SYDNEY GUTIERREZ

Grade 4
Social Studies
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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  • Q1

    How many miles did Cabeza de Vaca travel across Texas?

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    500

    250

    50

    750

    300s
  • Q2

    Which city is southeast of El Paso?

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    Amarillo

    Fort Worth

    Brownsville

    Dallas

    300s
  • Q3

    The populations of four Texas cities in the year 2019 were as follows:

    Houston: 2,320,268

    San Antonio: 1,547,253

    Dallas: 1,343,573

    Austin: 978,908

    Which graph correctly represents the data?

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    D

    C

    B

    A

    300s
  • Q4

    Use the list and the map to answer the question.

    Oil was discovered.

    Many jobs were available in the new oil industry.

    The demand for oil increased.

    Which area of the map is described by the list?

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    C

    A

    D

    B

    300s
  • Q5

    Which landform is located at B, 7?

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    Pummel Peak

    Pecos River

    Guadalupe Peak

    Rio Grande

    300s
  • Q6

    Read the passage:

    There are different ways we can study the world's geography. A globe is a round model of the Earth. Globes show us where water, land, and countries are located. Globes are useful when you need to see the Earth in a more accurate, spherical shape.

    “Models of the World”

    What conclusion can be made about maps from the passage?

    Pictures on maps are incorrect.

    A compass rose does not point north.

    Map scales are too large.

    Earth cannot be accurately represented flat.

    300s
  • Q7

    Read the passage:

    Maps are geographic representations of places. We use these representations to acquire, process, and report information from a spatial perspective. One of the questions geographers ask is where something is located. Location allows us to describe where a place is.

    “Location”

    How do maps help people describe location?

    They always point north.

    They contain population and climate data.

    They provide pictures of landforms.

    They represent distances between places.

    300s
  • Q8

    Is the following an example of relative location or absolute location?

    1234 Main Street

    Absolute Location

    Relative Location

    300s
  • Q9

    Is the following an example of absolute location or relative location?

    north of Pummel Peak

    Absolute Location

    Relative Location

    300s
  • Q10

    Which of the following is the definition of cartographer?

    A round model of Earth showing where water, land, and countries are located

    A person who creates maps and decides what to include on them

    A map that shows the borders of regions, countries, states, and cities

    Numbers, letters, or both along the margins of a map that help you find a place's location

    300s

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