# How is Alaska different to Cornwall?

In this lesson, we will begin by using geographical vocabulary to describe the landscape in Alaska and Cornwall. We will be learning what physical features are in geography and locating Alaska and Cornwall on a map. We will then be identifying the differences in physical features in Alaska and Cornwall.

# How is Alaska different to Cornwall?

In this lesson, we will begin by using geographical vocabulary to describe the landscape in Alaska and Cornwall. We will be learning what physical features are in geography and locating Alaska and Cornwall on a map. We will then be identifying the differences in physical features in Alaska and Cornwall.

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. What are the physical features of Cornwall
2. What are the physical features of Alaska
3. How are they different

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## Starter quiz

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### 31 Questions

Q1.
Which is the largest continent?
Africa
Antarctica
Australia
Europe
North America
South America
Q2.
What is the second largest continent?
Antarctica
Asia
Australia
Europe
North America
South America
Q3.
Which is the third largest continent?
Africa
Antarctica
Asia
Australia
Europe
South America
Q4.
Which is the fourth largest continent?
Africa
Antarctica
Asia
Australia
Europe
North America
Q5.
What is the third smallest continent?
Africa
Asia
Australia
Europe
North America
South America
Q6.
What is the second smallest continent? HINT: We live there!
Africa
Antarctica
Asia
Australia
North America
South America
Q7.
What is the smallest continent?
Africa
Antarctica
Asia
Europe
North America
South America
Q8.
Which continent has the most countries?
Antarctica
Asia
Australia
Europe
North America
South America
Q9.
1) How many countries are in Europe?
12
23
48
Q10.
2) How many people live in Europe?
1.2 billion
40 million
579 million
Q11.
3) Which country do we live in?
Finland
Italy
Spain
Q12.
1) How many people live in Africa?
4.5 billion
422 million
Q13.
2) How many countries are in Africa?
12
23
44
Q14.
3) What is the imaginary line around the earth that goes through Africa?
Ethiopia
Q15.
1) How many countries are in Asia?
0
44
54
Q16.
2) How many people live in Asia?
40 million
5,000 temporarily
741 million
Q17.
3) What is a mega city?
Correct answer: A mega city, is a city which has a population of more than 10 million.
A mega city, is a city which has over 10,000 buildings.
A mega city, is a large area of land.
Q18.
1) How many countries are in North America?
0
48
54
Q19.
2) How many people live in North America?
4.5 billion
5,000
741 million
Q20.
3) Which is the largest country in North America?
Greenland
Mexico
United States of America
Q21.
1) How many countries are in South America?
0
23
48
Q22.
2) How many people live in South America?
579 million
741 million
Q23.
3) What is the smallest country in South America?
Bolivia
Brazil
Peru
Q24.
1) How many countries are in Australia?
23
48
Q25.
2) How many people live in Australia?
4.5 billion
5,000
741 million
Q26.
3) Is Australia an island?
No
Q27.
4) What is Australia also known as?
Southern island
Q28.
1) How many countries are in Antarctica?
14
23
48
Q29.
2) How many people live in Antarctica?
4.5 billion
40 million
741 million
Q30.
3) How many countries have territorial claims over parts of the continent?
5
6
8
Q31.
4) Is it sunny during winter in Antarctica?
Correct answer: No, it's dark and cold
No, it's sunny but cold
Yes, it's very hot
Yes, the sun shines all the time

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
1) Is a 'house' a human or physical feature?
Physical feature
Q2.
2) Is a 'river' a human or physical feature?
Human feature
Q3.
3) Is a 'mountain' a human or physical feature?
Human feature