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T1 - GEO - Land and Oceans

6th Standard

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Social Science

Time : 01:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 60

    Part - A

    10 x 1 = 10
  1. Which of the following is the smallest ocean on Earth?

    (a)

    The Pacific Ocean

    (b)

    The Indian Ocean

    (c)

    The Atlantic Ocean

    (d)

    The Arctic Ocean

  2. The Malacca Strait connects

    (a)

    The Pacific and Atlantic Oceans

    (b)

    The Pacific and Southern Oceans

    (c)

    The Pacific and Indian Oceans

    (d)

    The Pacific and Arctic Oceans

  3. Which of the following oceans is the busiest ocean?

    (a)

    The Pacific Ocean

    (b)

    The Atlantic Ocean

    (c)

    The Indian Ocean

    (d)

    The Arctic Ocean

  4. The largest continent is

    (a)

    Europe

    (b)

    Australia

    (c)

    NorthAmerica

    (d)

    Asia

  5. Andes mountain is located in

    (a)

    North America

    (b)

    South America

    (c)

    Asia

    (d)

    Europe

  6. The longest mountain range In the world is

    (a)

    Himalayas

    (b)

    Rocky

    (c)

    Andes

    (d)

    Alps

  7. The International Mountain Day is

    (a)

    December 10th

    (b)

    December 11th

    (c)

    December 12th  

    (d)

    December 13th

  8. 'Roof of the world'denotes to

    (a)

    Tibetan Plateau

    (b)

    Chhotanagpur Plateau

    (c)

    Deccan Plateau

    (d)

    Malwa Plateau

  9. Bering sea is the marginal sea of the Ocean.

    (a)

    Pacific

    (b)

    Indian

    (c)

    Atlantic

    (d)

    Arctic

  10. The Reunion islands are present in ________ Ocean.

    (a)

    Arctic

    (b)

    Antartic

    (c)

    IndianPacific

    (d)

    Pacific

  11. Fill in the blanks 

    10 x 1 = 10
  12. The world's largest continent is __________.

    ()

    Asia

  13. __________ is the mineral rich plateau in India.

    ()

    Chotanagpur Pleateau

  14. The largest ocean is ___________ .

    ()

    The Pacific Ocean

  15. The highest peak in the world is ________.

    ()

    Mt. Everest

  16. In Sangam period, Mountain and its environs are classified as _______ land.

    ()

    Kurinji

  17. The flat topped part of the plateau is called __________.

    ()

    Table land

  18. The plains have been the ________ from the earliest times.

    ()

    cradle of civilisations

  19. The _________ Plain in North India is one of the largest plains in the world.

    ()

    Indo-Gangetic

  20. Sand dunes form the _______ order landforms.

    ()

    Third

  21. The process of removal of surface material from the Earth's crust is called __________.

    ()

    Erosion

  22. Part - B

    6 x 2 = 12
  23. What is a continent?

  24. Name the continents which surround the Atlantic Ocean.

  25. What are oceans?

  26. Complete the given table with the help of an atlas. Follow the example

    S.No Mountain Ranges Peaks Continents Elevation
    (m)
    1. The Himalayas Everest Asia 8,848
    2. The Rockies      
    3. The Andes      
    4. The Alps      
    5. The Eastern Ghats      
  27. Complete the given table with the help of an atlas. Follow the example

    S.No Continent Plateau Plains
    1. Asia Tibetan Plateau Yangtze Plain
    2. North America    
    3. South America    
    4. Australia    
    5. Europe    
    6. Africa    
  28. When you are walking on the Marina beach in Chennai, which order of landform are you on?

  29. Part - C

    7 x 5 = 35
  30. Write down the classification of land forms.

  31. Write a note on plateaus.

  32. Plains are highly populated. Give reasons

  33. Give the important features of the Pacific Ocean.

  34. 1. Name the landform.
    2: What order of a landform is this?
    3. Which activity of river is this landform formed by?

  35. December 11 International Mountain Day.

  36. You know the importance of conservation of forests. Do you think conservation of mountains is also equally important?

  37. Maps 

    1 x 10 = 10
  38. Map reading (with the help of atlas )
    a. A sea in the east of India
    b. Continents in the west of Atlantic Ocean
    c. Continents in the south of Arctic Ocean
    d. A strait between India and Sri Lanka
    e. Oceans which surround Australia
    f. Find out the Isthumusses
    (Create more questions)

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