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Lecture 1

HIS 102 Lecture 1: Western Civ Lecture 1

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Department
History
Course Code
HIS 102
Professor
Jasper

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HIS 102 Section 001
Lecture
1
Outline of Last Lecture
I. Syllabus Review
Outline of Current Lecture
I. Key Facts About Europe
II. Countries and Capitals to Know for Map Quiz
III. Places to Know
IV. Rivers and Bodies of Water to Know
V. Mountain Ranges to Know
Current Lecture
Key Facts About Europe
2nd smallest continent
Home to 730-plus million people
Very densely populated; 12.4 % of the world’s population live in Europe.
An extensive peninsula of the Eurasian landmass.
Bound by the Artic Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean and the Ural
Mountains.
Has three broad climate zones: Northern Europe, Central Europe, Southern Europe.
Countries and Capitals to Know for Map Quiz
Portugal
Lisbon
Spain
Madrid
France
Paris
Italy
Rome
Great Britain
London
Ireland
Dublin
Belgium
Brussels
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Luxembourg
Luxembourg
Germany
Berlin
Austria
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HIS 102 Section 001 Lecture 1 Outline of Last Lecture I. Syllabus Review Outline of Current Lecture I. Key Facts About Europe II. Countries and Capitals to Know for Map Quiz III. Places to Know IV. Rivers and Bodies of Water to Know V. Mountain Ranges to Know Current Lecture Key Facts About Europe nd • 2 smallest continent • Home to 730-plus million people • Very densely populated; 12.4 % of the world’s population live in Europe. • An extensive peninsula of the Eurasian landmass. • Bound by the Artic Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean and the Ural Mountains. • Has three broad climate zones: Northern Europe, Central Europe, Southern Europe. Countries and Capitals to Know for Map Quiz  Portugal  Rome  Netherlands  Lisbon  Great Britain  Amsterdam  Spain  London  Luxembourg  Madrid  Ireland  Luxembourg  France  Dublin  Germany  Paris  Belgium  Berlin  Italy  Brussels  Austria These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.  Vienna  Ukraine  Ljubljana  Switzerland  Kiev  Serbia  Berne  Turkey  Belgrade  Greece  Ankara  Athens
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