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1 Arkansas Social Studies Curriculum Frameworks (Grades 9-12) Strand 1: Time, Continuity, and Change Content Standard 1: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the chronology and concepts of history and identify and explain historical relationships. TCC.1.1. Analyze and evaluate diverse contemporary, historical, and geographical perspectives as they relate to important events, recurring dilemmas, and persistent issues. SE/TE: Ch. 1: Exploring Geography, 34-61; Ch. 2: Climates and Ecosystems, 62-85; Ch. 3: Population and Culture, ; Ch. 4: Resources and Land Use, ; Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

2 TCC.1.1. (Continued) Analyze and evaluate diverse contemporary, historical, and geographical perspectives as they relate to important events, recurring dilemmas, and persistent issues. (Continued) ; Global Issues Posters TCC.1.2. Explain, analyze, and show connections among patterns of change and continuity by applying key historical concepts, such as time, chronology, causality, change, conflict, complexity, and movement. SE/TE: Ch. 3: Population and Culture, ; Ch. 4: Resources and Land Use, ; Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; 2

3 TCC.1.2. Explain, analyze, and show connections among patterns of change and continuity by applying key historical concepts, such as time, chronology, causality, change, conflict, complexity, and movement. SE/TE: Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

4 TCC.1.3. Evaluate major turning points in history. SE/TE: Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

5 TCC.1.4. Link historical events region to region along timelines. SE/TE: Change Over Time: 90, 174, 228, 344, 430, 477, 544, 618, 689 ; Regional Atlas Resources, Regional Atlas Data Base Skills, Map and Graph Skills, Outline Maps, Mental Mapping Activities, Nystrom Desk Atlas ; World Geography Video Collection TCC.1.5. Describe and evaluate the historical role of international and multinational organizations. SE/TE: NATO: 362, 401, 402, 403; United Nations: 385, 402, 473, 474, , , 526, 533, 548, , 694; World Bank and IMF: 553; OPEC: 224, 489 5

6 TCC.1.6. Analyze and evaluate the history, causes, consequences, and possible solutions to persisting issues, such as health, security, resource allocation, economic development, and environmental quality. SE/TE: Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

7 Content Standard 2: Students will demonstrate an understanding of how ideas, events, and conditions bring about change. TCC.2.1. Investigate cause and effect as a historical concept. SE/TE: Skills for Life: 359; Change Over Time: 90, 174, 228, 344, 430, 477, 544, 618, 689; People and Geography: 112, 178, 234, 340, 404, 494, 562, 626, 670; DK How the Earth Works: 74, 198, 244, 360, 420, 464, 578, 612, 724 7

8 TCC.2.2. Compare and contrast divergent historical perspectives. SE/TE: Skills for Life: 314, 336, 677; Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

9 TCC.2.3. Evaluate the role of ideals, traditions, processes, institutions, literature, languages, and the arts in continuity and change. SE/TE: Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

10 TCC.2.4. Compare and contrast issues of continuity and change by applying techniques, such as brainstorming, data analysis, simulations, and scenario writing. SE/TE: Review and Assessment: 58-59, 84-85, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; Comparing Data: 195, 224, 242, 250, 274, 307, 329, 352, 409, 428, 457, 480, 527, 545, 548, 556, 570, 575, 625, 657, 686, 710, 731; Skills for Life: 43, 76, 99, 114, 153, 171, 192, 226, 243, 259, 277, 314, 336, 359, 392, 419, 459, 493, 530, 551, 577, 611, 677, 697, 705, 732; Do It Yourself Skills: 60, 140, 218, 302, 386, 452, 520, 604, 648; Charts, Graphs, and Diagrams: 36, 45, 46, 50, 59, 60, 64, 68, 69, 72, 73, 74, 75, 90, 91, 96, 99, 104, 112, 128, 130, 134, 138, 140, 144, 151, 152, 153, 155, 163, 169, 173, 191, 192, 206, 208, 212, 216, 218, 219, 234, 235, 245, 257, 268, 270, 277, 294, 300, 302, 303, 309, 330, 334, 340, 361, 376, 384, 386, 387, 392, 420, 442, 450, 464, 465, 490, 494, 495, 508, 518, 520, 521, 529, 562, 577, 582, 594, 602, 611, 615, 619, 626, 627, 638, 642, 646, 653, 666, 670, 671, 683, 697, 705, 724, 725 ; Simulations, Games and Lab Activities 10

11 Strand 2: People, Places and Environments Content Standard 1: Students will demonstrate an understanding that people, cultures, and systems are connected and that commonalities and diversities exist among them. PPE.1.1. Analyze and illustrate connections and interactions of individuals, groups, institutions, states, and nations. SE/TE: Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

12 PPE.1.1. (Continued) Analyze and illustrate connections and interactions of individuals, groups, institutions, states, and nations. (Continued) PPE.1.2. Evaluate the effects of science and technology on individuals, groups, and organizations. SE/TE: technology: 35-37, 117, , , ; science and technology: 35-38, 91, 96, 97, 136, 146, , 183, 195, 280, 298, 309, 334, 382, 457, ; 516, 570, 600, 618, 689, 692,

13 PPE.1.3. Demonstrate how cultural elements such as language, the arts and belief systems can both connect people or cause conflict. SE/TE: Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

14 PPE.1.4. Probe the interdependencies of nations. SE/TE: Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

15 PPE.1.5. Assess the ways family, religion, gender, ethnicity, nationality, socioeconomic status, and other group characteristics contribute to the development of a sense of self. SE/TE: Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

16 PPE.1.6. Predict how people(s) having different scientific and technological capabilities might respond in various situations based on their cultural perspectives. SE/TE: technology: 35-37, 117, , , ; science and technology: 35-38, 91, 96, 97, 136, 146, , 183, 195, 280, 298, 309, 334, 382, 457, ; 516, 570, 600, 618, 689, 692,

17 PPE.1.7. Analyze and demonstrate the value of cultural diversity and cohesion within and across groups. SE/TE: Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

18 PPE.1.8. Explore cultural perspectives by applying techniques such as brainstorming, data analysis, simulations, and scenario writing. SE/TE: Review and Assessment: 58-59, 84-85, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; Comparing Data: 195, 224, 242, 250, 274, 307, 329, 352, 409, 428, 457, 480, 527, 545, 548, 556, 570, 575, 625, 657, 686, 710, 731; Skills for Life: 43, 76, 99, 114, 153, 171, 192, 226, 243, 259, 277, 314, 336, 359, 392, 419, 459, 493, 530, 551, 577, 611, 677, 697, 705, 732; Do It Yourself Skills: 60, 140, 218, 302, 386, 452, 520, 604, 648; Charts, Graphs, and Diagrams: 36, 45, 46, 50, 59, 60, 64, 68, 69, 72, 73, 74, 75, 90, 91, 96, 99, 104, 112, 128, 130, 134, 138, 140, 144, 151, 152, 153, 155, 163, 169, 173, 191, 192, 206, 208, 212, 216, 218, 219, 234, 235, 245, 257, 268, 270, 277, 294, 300, 302, 303, 309, 330, 334, 340, 361, 376, 384, 386, 387, 392, 420, 442, 450, 464, 465, 490, 494, 495, 508, 518, 520, 521, 529, 562, 577, 582, 594, 602, 611, 615, 619, 626, 627, 638, 642, 646, 653, 666, 670, 671, 683, 697, 705, 724, 725 ; Simulations, Games and Lab Activities 18

19 Content Standard 2: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the significance of physical and cultural characteristics of places and world regions. PPE.2.1. Formulate connections of individuals, groups, and organizations to the physical environment. SE/TE: People and Geography: 112, 178, 234, 340, 404, 494, 562, 626, 670; Ch. 1: Exploring Geography, 34-61; Ch. 4: Resources and Land Use, ; Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Regional Atlas Resources, Regional Atlas Data Base Skills, Map and Graph Skills, Outline Maps, Mental Mapping Activities, Nystrom Desk Atlas ; World Geography Video Collection 19

20 PPE.2.2. Question and appraise how events in all cultures are influence by physical and human geographic factors. SE/TE: People and Geography: 112, 178, 234, 340, 404, 494, 562, 626, 670; Ch. 1: Exploring Geography, 34-61; Ch. 4: Resources and Land Use, ; Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Regional Atlas Resources, Regional Atlas Data Base Skills, Map and Graph Skills, Outline Maps, Mental Mapping Activities, Nystrom Desk Atlas ; World Geography Video Collection 20

21 PPE.2.3. Generate both current and historical examples of the interrelationships of science, technology, and society. SE/TE: technology: 35-37, 117, , , ; science and technology: 35-38, 91, 96, 97, 136, 146, , 183, 195, 280, 298, 309, 334, 382, 457, ; 516, 570, 600, 618, 689, 692, PPE.2.4. Extract commonalities and differences among cultures as they relate to the five themes of geography: location, place, human-environment interaction, movement, and region. SE/TE: Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; 21

22 PPE.2.4. (Continued) Extract commonalities and differences among cultures as they relate to the five themes of geography: location, place, human-environment interaction, movement, and region. (Continued) SE/TE: Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica, ; Regional Atlas Resources, Regional Atlas Data Base Skills, Map and Graph Skills, Outline Maps, Mental Mapping Activities, Nystrom Desk Atlas ; World Geography Video Collection 22

23 PPE.2.5. Investigate ways that natural and manmade environments interact with culture by using a variety of experiences, such as field studies, interactive technologies, works of literature, and the arts. SE/TE: People and Geography: 112, 178, 234, 340, 404, 494, 562, 626, 670; Skills for Life: 43, 76, 99, 114, 153, 171, 192, 226, 243, 259, 277, 314, 336, 359, 392, 419, 459, 493, 530, 551, 577, 611, 677, 697, 705, 732; Review and Assessment: 58-59, 84-85, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; Comparing Data: 195, 224, 242, 250, 274, 307, 329, 352, 409, 428, 457, 480, 527, 545, 548, 556, 570, 575, 625, 657, 686, 710, 731; Charts, Graphs, and Diagrams: 36, 45, 46, 50, 59, 60, 64, 68, 69, 72, 73, 74, 75, 90, 91, 96, 99, 104, 112, 128, 130, 134, 138, 140, 144, 151, 152, 153, 155, 163, 169, 173, 191, 192, 206, 208, 212, 216, 218, 219, 234, 235, 245, 257, 268, 270, 277, 294, 300, 302, 303, 309, 330, 334, 340, 361, 376, 384, 386, 387, 392, 420, 442, 450, 464, 465, 490, 494, 495, 508, 518, 520, 521, 529, 562, 577, 582, 594, 602, 611, 615, 619, 626, 627, 638, 642, 646, 653, 666, 670, 671, 683, 697, 705, 724,

24 PPE.2.6. Predict how data and experiences may be interpreted by people from diverse cultural perspectives. SE/TE: Comparing Data: 195, 224, 242, 250, 274, 307, 329, 352, 409, 428, 457, 480, 527, 545, 548, 556, 570, 575, 625, 657, 686, 710, 731; Charts, Graphs, and Diagrams: 36, 45, 46, 50, 59, 60, 64, 68, 69, 72, 73, 74, 75, 90, 91, 96, 99, 104, 112, 128, 130, 134, 138, 140, 144, 151, 152, 153, 155, 163, 169, 173, 191, 192, 206, 208, 212, 216, 218, 219, 234, 235, 245, 257, 268, 270, 277, 294, 300, 302, 303, 309, 330, 334, 340, 361, 376, 384, 386, 387, 392, 420, 442, 450, 464, 465, 490, 494, 495, 508, 518, 520, 521, 529, 562, 577, 582, 594, 602, 611, 615, 619, 626, 627, 638, 642, 646, 653, 666, 670, 671, 683, 697, 705, 724,

25 PPE.2.7. Examine and explain belief systems underlying specific traditions and laws. SE/TE: Ch. 5: Regional Atlas Introduction to the United States and Canada, ; Ch. 6: A Profile of the United States, ; Ch. 7: Regions of the United States, ; Ch. 8: Canada, ; Ch. 9: Regional Atlas Introduction to Latin America, ; Ch. 10: Mexico, ; Ch. 11: Central America and the Caribbean, ; Ch. 12: Brazil, ; Ch. 13: Countries of South America, ; Ch. 14: Regional Atlas Introduction to Western Europe, ; Ch. 15: The British Isles and Nordic Nations, ; Ch. 16: Central Western Europe, ; Ch. 17: Mediterranean Europe, ; Ch. 18: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central Europe and Northern Eurasia, ; Ch. 19: Central and Eastern Europe, ; Ch. 20: Russia, ; Ch. 21: Regional Atlas Introduction to Central and Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 22: The Caucasus and Central Asia, ; Ch. 23: The Countries of Southwest Asia, ; Ch. 24: Regional Atlas Introduction to Africa, ; Ch. 25: North Africa, ; Ch. 26: West and Central Africa, ; Ch. 27: East and Southern Africa, ; Ch. 28: Regional Atlas Introduction to South Asia, ; Ch. 29: The Countries of South Asia, ; Ch. 30: Regional Atlas Introduction to East Asia and the Pacific World, ; Ch. 31: China, ; Ch. 32: Japan and the Koreas, ; Ch. 33: Southeast Asia, ; Ch. 34: The Pacific World and Antarctica,

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