“Now!” said Remi excitedly, “We are almost done. There are only two themes left.” “Oh come on! We’ve been here for hours,” complained Robbie. “Actually, we’ve only been here for two hours,” she countered. “Okay, the fourth theme is Movement. There are three different types of movement. But the first thing you need to know is the overall definition of movement. It is when one thing goes from one place to another. Does this make sense?” “Yeah, yeah it does,” I said. I was actually finally understanding it. Remi continued, “The first type of movement is People. This first movement shows how people get from one place to another. Some examples may include a car, a train, a plane or just walking.
The second type is Goods. Goods are things that are shipped or moved from one place to another. Some examples would include clothing, TVs, toys and other things.
And the last type of movement is Ideas or Mass Communication. This is using social media and technology to communicate to others. Some examples would include texting, Instagram, Snapchat and many others. Do you feel like I am going too fast?” Remi said all of this without taking one breath. “Yeah, but it’s okay. I get it!” I said, “Thanks Remi.” “No problem,” she replied. “It’s actually really fun to teach.”
“We’ve finally reached the fifth and final theme, Region. There are three different types of region. The first type of region is Formal. Formal regions are when a government or people in charge defines a boundary. Some examples would include Madagascar, United States, or Spain. The second type of region is Functional. Functional regions are the regions that have a specific purpose. Some examples include a jogging route or a place that shows in what region certain animals live. The third and last type of region is Vernacular, which is loosely defined by people who think something; it's kind of like an opinion. An example would be The North Pole.”