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Identify a country in the Temperate Belt in both Northern and Southern Hemi-sphere. Compare the seasons in those countries and your place. Which will be warmer in May-June and which will be cooler in December-January or in March or September?
Sweden, a country in Europe lies in the Northern Temperate Belt whereas Australia lies in the Southern Temperate Belt.
Students can compare the seasonal changes within these countries to their specific regions and understand the changes in temperature and climatic conditions.
For example – Australia experiences summer in the months of December, January and February which are considered to be the hottest months. However, contrastingly, Northern region of India experiences winter during December, January and February.
Students can elaborate through other seasonal examples.
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