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Active Reading Answer Key SECTION 1: HOW WE USE LAND 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
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what you find on a patch of land a forest, a field of grain, and a parking lot 2,500 or more a governing body wood, crops, and minerals large areas of open space; few buildings; roads; 2,500 or more If it is not classified as urban, it is rural. Urban areas use land for buildings and roads. In rural areas, land is open and may provide resources for human consumption. b a c a b a b c c a
Active Reading Section 1: How We Use Land Read the passage below and answer the questions that follow.
We use land for many purposes, including farming, mining, building cities and highways, and recreation. Land cover is what you find on a patch of land, and it often depends on how the land is used. For example, land cover might be a forest, a field of grain, or a parking lot. There are different types of land cover and different human uses for each cover type. Land that is covered mainly with buildings and roads is called urban land. For the purposes of determining land use and residence trends, the U.S. Census Bureau defines an urban area as an area that contains 2,500 or more people and usually has a governing body, such as a city council. Any population not classified as urban is considered rural. Land that contains relatively few people and large areas of open space are rural areas. Most land provides one or more resources that humans consume. These resources include wood in forests, crops in farmland, and mineral resources. IDENTIFYING MAIN IDEAS
One reading skill is the ability to identify the main idea of a passage. The main idea is the main focus or key idea. Frequently, a main idea is accompanied by supporting information that offers detailed facts about the main idea. Read each question and write the answer in the space provided.
1. What is land cover? _______________________________________________________________ 2. List three examples of land cover. _______________________________________________________________ 3. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, how many people must an urban area contain? _______________________________________________________________ 4. What else must an urban area have? _______________________________________________________________ 5. Name three consumable resources that land may provide. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________
Active Reading continued VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT Read each question and write the answer in the space provided.
6. Rural areas contain large areas of______________________ and ______________________people. 7. Urban areas are covered with ,______________________ and______________________ and contain people. RECOGNIZING SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
One reading skill is the ability to recognize similarities and differences between two phrases, ideas, or things. This is sometimes known as comparing and contrasting. Read each question and write the answer in the space provided.
8. How is a population determined to be rural instead of urban? _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ 9. How does land use differ between urban and rural populations? _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ RECOGNIZING CAUSE AND EFFECT
One reading skill is the ability to recognize cause and effect. In the space provided, write the letter of the description that best matches the term or phrase.
a. land use b. land cover c. land resource _____ 10. field of grain