B. People, Places, and Environments [Geography]: 1. The student understands the world in spatial terms.: 6-8: The student...
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uses various map forms (including thematic maps) and other geographic representations, tools, and technologies to acquire, process, and report geographic information including patterns of land use, connections between places, and patterns and processes of migration and diffusion.
Maps and Globes in the Virtual Classroom
This resource focuses on maps and globes. The lessons were prepared for sixth grade students at Roosevelt Middle School for Math/Science/Technology school in West Palm Beach, Florida by Mike Dowling.
What Do Maps Show?
An excellent teacher resource organized around geographic themes: location, place, relationships, movement, and regions. Includes lesson plans, printable activity sheets, and background information.
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uses mental maps to organize information about people, places, and environments.
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knows the social, political, and economic divisions on Earth,s surface.
Displays 3D animated waving flags from all over the world, including US states. Useful for displaying flags for students view and student projects.
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understands how factors such as culture and technology influence the perception of places and regions.
A comprehensive multi-media site dealing with cultures & geographic locations.
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knows ways in which the spatial organization of a society changes over time.
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understands ways in which regional systems are interconnected.
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understands the spatial aspects of communication and transportation systems.