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1 Prentice Hall World Studies 2005, Eastern Hemisphere Maryland Social Studies State Voluntary Curriculum (Grade 7) Social Studies Grade 7 Voluntary Curriculum History: Students will examine significant ideas, beliefs, and themes; organize patterns and events; and analyze how individuals and societies have changed over time in Maryland and the United States. Students will use historical thinking skills to understand how individuals and events have changed society over time. History: Indicator Statement: Analyze the major sources of tension, cooperation, and conflict in the world and the efforts that have been made to address them. Evaluate the causes of conflict in the global community such as Apartheid, the acquisition of natural resources like oil or water, the decline of communism, ethnic persecution, weapons of mass destruction, and domestic, and international terrorism. SE/TE: , , , , 240, , , , , 667, , , , 754, 765, ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Identify Main Ideas: p. 256; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Section Quiz: p. 247; Eastern Hemisphere, Reading and Vocabulary Study Guide, Chapter 5, Section 1: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Rubric for Assessing a Journal Entry, p. 276; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Skills For Life: p. 261; All-In- One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 162; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Section Quiz: p. 164; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, The Endless Steppe: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Rubric for Assessing a Writing Assignment: p. 201; Eastern Hemisphere, Reading and Vocabulary Study Guide: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Your Government Has Returned to You!: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Guided Reading and Review: pp. 225, 319 1

2 Evaluate the causes of conflict in the global community such as Apartheid, the acquisition of natural resources like oil or water, the decline of communism, ethnic persecution, weapons of mass destruction, and domestic, and international terrorism. All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 274, 318; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Section Quiz: p. 320; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Enrichment: p. 333; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Rubric for Assessing a Writing Assignment, p. 350; All- In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 338, 392; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Section Quiz: p. 390; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Rubric for Assessing a Writing Assignment: p. 411; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Recognize Sequence Signal Words: p. 396; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, The Words of Desmond Tutu: pp , All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 256, 260; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Rubric for Assessing a Writing Assignment: p. 286; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Section Quiz: p. 334; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Small Group Activity: pp B15: Outline; Foundations of Geography : FG 56; Online Study of Alternative Sources of Energy, using web code; Identifying Cause and Effect, Social Studies Skills Tutor CD- ROM; Europe and Russia Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparency: ER 38; Online, Genocide in the Balkans, using web code; Europe and Russia Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: ER 47, ER 49; Africa Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AF 53, AF 54; Asia and The Pacific, Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparency: AP 64; Online, Conflict and Quality of Life, using web code 2

3 Analyze and describe the efforts of world nations and groups to assist in the resolution of conflicts within and among regions, such as the United Nations, the International Red Cross, and other humanitarian organizations. Analyze and describe efforts by world nations to promote cooperation within and among those regions, such as the International Monetary Fund, United Nations, World Bank, and world-wide healthcare initiatives. SE/TE: 84, , 553, 558, , 777 of Geography, Section Quiz: p. 176; All-In- One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 318; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 388; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Section Quiz: p. 390; All- In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Rubric for Assessing a Writing Assignment: p. 411; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 260; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Section Quiz: p. 262; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Rubric for Assessing a Writing Assignment: p. 286 TECH: Discovery School Video: Rebuilding Kosovo; Europe and Russia Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparency: ER 49; Africa Transparencies: AF 53, AF 54 SE/TE: 84, , 553, 558, 776 TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Section Quiz: p. 176; All-In- One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide, p. 318; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Section Quiz: p. 390 TECH: Discovery School Video: Rebuilding Kosovo; Europe and Russia Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparency, ER 49 3

4 Geography: Students will use geographic concepts and processes to examine the role of culture, technology, and the environment in the location and distribution of human activities and spatial connections throughout time. Students will use geographic concepts and processes to understand location and its relationship to human activities. Geography: Indicator Statement: Locate places and describe the human and physical characteristics of those places using geographic tools. Describe the human and physical characteristics of modern world regions, such as distribution of natural resources and modifications to the environment, by constructing, interpreting, and using appropriate maps, graphs, charts, and data. Compare climate, land use, natural resources, population distribution, and density maps of a world region. SE/TE: 20, 53, 115, 118, 124, 136, 165, , , , , 314, 328, 339, 353, 375, 377, 416, 450, , 460, 462, 468, , 493, 501, , 522, , 549, 551, , , 613, 625, , 717, 723, 731, , 768, 770, , TECH: Online map practice using web code next to each map SE/TE: 42, 43, 45, 48 49, 53, 56, 72 73, 135, 147, 156, 159, 160, , 165, 168, 221, 262, 272, 278, 285, 294, 328, 353, 365, 369, 375, 377, 493, 501, 522, 551, 559, 578, 581, 587, 598, 604, 606, , 622, 717, 723, 731, 768, 799, 806 TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Reading a Climate Map: p. 135; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Skills for Life: pp. 127, 182 TECH: Online map practice using web code next to each map; Social Studies Skills Tutor CD- ROM, Analyzing and Interpreting Special Purpose Maps Indicator Statement: Explain interrelationships among physical and human characteristics that shape the identity of regions and places around the world. Explain how the physical and human characteristics, such as vegetation, climate, minerals, population density, and religion, of a region affect its economic growth SE/TE: 66, 76 77, , , , , , , , , 605, , 638, , 752, 757, , , , 804 4

5 Explain how the physical and human characteristics, such as vegetation, climate, minerals, population density, and religion, of a region affect its economic growth. Explain how the physical and human characteristics of regions, such as desert, savanna, tropical, urban and rural, affect the way people make a living. TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide, pp. 115, 217; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, The Endless Steppe: p. 115; All- In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Section Quiz: p. 272; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 109, 218; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Summarize: p. 114; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Mokhtar of the Atlas Mountains: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Section Quiz: pp. 111, 220; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Rubric for Assessing a Report: p. 238; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 119, 150, 186, 428; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Guided Reading and Review: p. 151; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Section Quiz: pp. 152, 188; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, The Coconut Tree: pp TECH: Online, Environmental and Global Issues: Evaluating Solutions, using web code; Europe and Russia Transparencies: B16, Venn diagram; Africa Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AF 35, AF 44; World Studies Video Program, Geography of South, Southwest, and Central Asia; Asia and The Pacific Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AP 54, AP 71 SE/TE: 66, 121, 169, 287, 353, 368, 370, 433, , 469, 549, 607, 624, 757, ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide, p. 115; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Regional Overview: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide, pp. 105, 252, 388; All-In- One Teaching Resources, Africa, Section Quiz, p. 254; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide, p. 154; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Section Quiz: p

6 Explain how the physical and human characteristics of regions, such as desert, savanna, tropical, urban and rural, affect the way people make a living. TECH: Online, Environmental and Global issues, using web code; Europe and Russia Transparency: ER 34; Social Studies Skills Tutor CD-ROM: Synthesizing Information; Africa Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AF 34, AF 35; Discovery School Video: The Sahara, Fruits of the Oasis; Asia and The Pacific Transparency: AP 54 Indicator Statement: Analyze and describe population growth, migration and settlement patterns. Identify reasons why people migrate such as economic opportunity, climate, political reasons, and government policies. Analyze the patterns of migration and settlement within regions and throughout the world, such as urban to suburban, rural to urban, or immigration. SE/TE: 60 61, 67 71, 125, 182, 223, 226, 318, 388, 446, 502, 674 of Geography, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 162, 166, 249; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Identify Contrasts: p. 178; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Message From the Rain Forest Amerindians; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Section Quiz: pp. 168, 251; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Rubric for Assessing a Writing Assignment: p. 197; Eastern Hemisphere, Reading Readiness Guide, Chapter 3, Section 2: pp ; All- In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 144; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 260 TECH: Foundations of Geography Transparencies: B2, flow chart; Discovery School Video: Migration on the Move, Jewish Life in Poland; Foundations of Geography Transparencies: FG 50, FG 57; Africa Transparency: AF 36 SE/TE: 60 61, 67 71, 72 73, 223, 226, , , 461, 751 6

7 Analyze the patterns of migration and settlement within regions and throughout the world, such as urban to suburban, rural to urban, or immigration. Evaluate the consequences of migration and settlement to various regions of the world, such as employment, changes in population, and cultural diversity/conflict. of Geography, Reading Readiness Guide, pp. 162, 166; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Compare and Contrast: p. 177; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Identify Contrasts: p. 178; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Message from the Rain Forest Amerindians: p. 188; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Section Quiz: p. 168; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Skills for Life: p. 182 B2, flow chart; Foundations of Geography Transparency: FG 50; Social Studies Skills Tutor CD-ROM, Analyzing and Interpreting Special Purpose Maps; Foundations of Geography Transparencies: Color Transparency FG 5; Discovery School Video: Jewish Life in Poland SE/TE: 70 71, 178, , , 389, 446, 648, 674, ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Section Quiz: p. 168; Eastern Hemisphere, Reading and Vocabulary Study Guide, Chapter 3, Section 2: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 262; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Section Quiz: p. 146; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Guided Reading and Review: p. 225; All-In- One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 224, 260; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Doing Searches on the Internet: p. 284; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Writing a Cause and Effect Essay 7

8 Evaluate the consequences of migration and settlement to various regions of the world, such as employment, changes in population, and cultural diversity/conflict. Section Reading Support Transparency: FG 50; Online map practice using web code: p. 178; Europe and Russia Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparency: ER 44; Africa Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparency: AF 36; Discovery School Video: Jewish Life in Poland Indicator Statement: Analyze how and why humans modify their natural environment and the impact of those modifications. Identify factors of economic opportunity and the various ways humans modify their environments to meet their needs, such as the use of natural resources, water use, the burning of fossil fuels, deforestation, and strip mining. SE/TE: , , 362, , , 420, 461, 469, , , 600, , 614, , ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Section Quiz: p. 255; Eastern Hemisphere, Reading and Vocabulary Study Guide: pp , 62 64, , , , ; All- In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Enrichment: p. 260; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 115; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Preview and Ask Questions: p. 120; All-In- One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Section Quiz: p. 117; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Vocabulary Development: p. 135; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 101, 252, 388; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Section Quiz: pp. 103, 188, 254; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 119, 151, 186; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Section Quiz: pp. 121, 160; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Rubric for Assessing a Report: p

9 Identify factors of economic opportunity and the various ways humans modify their environments to meet their needs, such as the use of natural resources, water use, the burning of fossil fuels, deforestation, and strip mining. Explain the consequences of modifying the natural environment, such as desertification, air pollution, and global warming. Section Reading Support Transparency: FG 58; Europe and Russia Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparency: ER 34; Africa Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AF 33, AF 35; Student Edition on Audio CD, Chapter 12, Section 5; Discovery School Video: The Sahara, Fruits of the Oasis; Asia and The Pacific Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AP 50, AP 53, AP 54 SE/TE: , 318, 332, 461, 500, 625, ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Section Quiz: p. 255; Eastern Hemisphere, Reading and Vocabulary Study Guide: pp , ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Enrichment: p. 260; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Vocabulary Development: p. 273; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Section Quiz: p. 316; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Guided Reading and Review: pp. 322, 323; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 252, 298; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Activity Shop Lab, Desertification: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 186, 386 Section Reading Support Transparency: FG 58; Europe and Russia Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparency: ER 48; Discovery School Video: The After Effects of Chernobyl, The Disappearing of the Arab Sea, Nigeria Can Village Life Survive; Africa Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AF 45, AF 49; Asia and The Pacific Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AP 54, AP 71 9

10 Economics: Students will develop economic reasoning to understand the historical development and current status of economic principles, institutions, and processes needed to be effective citizens, consumers, and workers participating in local communities, the nation, and the world. Students will identify the economic principles and processes that are helpful to producers and consumers when making good decisions. Economics: Indicator Statement: Analyze how scarcity of natural, human and capital resources affects economic choices producers and consumers make the in the world today. Describe ways people use resources in economic activities in the local and global markets such as subsistence farming v. commercial farming and sustainable development. Compare the characteristics of traditional, command, and market decision making in contemporary mixed economies. SE/TE: 317, , , 433, 489, , , 600, 605, , , 638, , 730, 757, 760, 762, , TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 109; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Mokhtar of the Atlas Mountains: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Rubric for Assessing a Journal Entry: p. 188; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading a Diagram: p. 176; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Guided Reading and Review: pp. 151, 428; All-In- One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 150, 158, 186, 194, 374, 428; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Section Quiz: pp. 152, 160, 196; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, The Coconut Tree: pp TECH: Student Edition on Audio CD, Chapter 12, Section 5; Africa Transparencies, B15: outline; Asia and The Pacific Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AP 53, AP 54, AP 66, AP 68, AP 73 SE/TE: 74 75, 315, 716, 718, ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Make Comparisons: p. 179; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Guided Reading and Review: p

11 Analyze opportunity costs and trade-offs made in the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Indicator Statement: Analyze the level of specialization and economic development in different parts of the modern world. Compare the standard of living to the quality of life in a world region using economic characteristics such as Gross National Product (GNP), Gross Domestic Product (GDP), per capital income, and the Human Development Index (HDI). Identify factors that have influenced economic development in various regions such as: individuals, corporations, natural resources, technology, military power, population growth, international organizations, infrastructure and public health issues. SE/TE: 316, 718, 750 SE/TE: 76 77, 78, 94, 118, , 131, 166, 169, 192, 193, 195, , 271, , 288, , 337, , , 489, 494, 520, 522, 550, 551, 605, 613, 653, 717, 718, 721, 752, 758, 763, , 801 TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 170, 245; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, The Road from Coo rain: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 115, 166; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reread or Read Ahead: p. 169; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Section Quiz: p. 168; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Rubric for Assessing a Journal Entry: p. 188; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 332, 382 Section Reading Support Transparencies: FG 53, FG 56, FG 58; Europe and Russia Transparency: ER 39; Asia and The Pacific Transparencies: AP 64, AP 70 11

12 Political Science: Students will understand the historical development and current status of the fundamental concepts and processes of authority, power, and influence, with particular emphasis on the democratic skills and attitudes necessary to become responsible citizens. Students will understand the historical development and current status of the democratic principles and the development of skills and attitudes necessary to become responsible citizens. Political Science: Indicator Statement: Compare the characteristics and structure of various systems of government. Describe the pros and cons of limited governments, such as representative and parliamentary democracy. Describe the pros and cons of unlimited government, such as authoritarian and dictatorship. SE/TE: 74 75, 82 83, , 211, , 279, 411 of Geography, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 170, 174; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 166 Section Reading Support Transparency: FG 52 SE/TE: 74 75, 82 83, , , 551, 653, 715, ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 288 Indicator Statement: Analyze the methods used by individuals and groups to shape governmental policy and actions. Analyze the role of individuals in shaping governmental policy. Describe how political parties and special interest groups influence and change government policy, such as third parties, and non-governmental organizations. Analyze the role of media and public opinion in shaping government policy and action. 12

13 Peoples of the Nations and World: Students will understand the diversity and commonality, human interdependence, and global cooperation of the people of Maryland, the United States and the World through a multicultural and historic perspective. Students will understand how people in Maryland, the United States and around the world are alike and different. Peoples of the Nations and World: Indicator Statement: Describe characteristics that are used to organize people into cultures. Analyze the elements of culture, such as art, music, religion, government, social structure, education, values, beliefs, and customs in modern world regions. SE/TE: 92, 94 95, , 182, , , , 242, , 288, 313, 315, , , , , 459, , , 527, , , 668, 673, , , , 769, 771, of Geography, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 210, 214; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Section Quiz: p. 212; Western Hemisphere, Reading and Vocabulary Study Guide: pp ; All-In- One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Rubric for Assessing a Writing Assignment: p. 233; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Foundations of Geography, Section Quiz: p. 216; Eastern Hemisphere, Reading and Vocabulary Study Guide: pp , 85 87; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide: p. 220; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Section Quiz: p. 222; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Book Project: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Rubric for Assessing a Writing Assignment: p. 244; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 206, 210, 214, 218, 336; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Make Comparisons: p. 221; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, A Handful of Dates: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Section Quiz: pp. 208, 212, 216, 220; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Rubric for Assessing a Writing Assignment: p. 237; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Small Group Activity: pp

14 Analyze the elements of culture, such as art, music, religion, government, social structure, education, values, beliefs, and customs in modern world regions. All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Activity Shop Lab: pp ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Writing Stories: p. 235; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Enrichment: p. 305; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Using a Map Key: p. 362; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 228, 256, 260, 302, 378, 382, 428; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Asia and The Pacific, Section Quiz: pp. 230, 258, 262, 304, 380; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Small Group Activity: pp Section Reading Support Transparency: FG 53; Foundations of Geography Transparencies, B15: Outline, FG 54; Europe and Russia Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparency: ER 41; Europe and Russia Transparencies, Transparency B15: Outline; Student Edition Audio CD, Chapter 13, Section 1; Africa Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AF 41, AF 42, AF 43, AF 44; Asia and The Pacific Transparencies: AP 58, AP 63; Asia and The Pacific Transparencies, Transparency B20: Timeline, AP 70; Discovery School Video: African Culture, Textiles and Weaving; The Call to Mecca Indicator Statement: Analyze how diverse cultures shape a pluralistic society. Identify cultural groups within a modern world region. Describe how migration contributes to the diversity of nations and regions around the world. SE/TE: 67 68, , , 516, ; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 216, 262, 264; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 144, 336 TECH: Europe and Russia Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: ER 40, ER 44; Africa Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparency: AF 50 14

15 Analyze how cultural diffusion is influenced by factors, such as trade, migration, immigration and conflict. SE/TE: 94 95, , , , , , 396, 516, 648, 679, 689 of Geography, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 210, 218; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 216, 262; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Europe and Russia, Section Quiz: p. 264; All- In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Reading Readiness Guide: pp. 144, 336; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Section Quiz: p. 146; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Africa, Rubric for Assessing a Student Poster Section Reading Support Transparencies: FG 53, FG 55; Europe and Russia Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies, ER 40, ER 44; Africa Transparencies, Section Reading Support Transparencies: AF 36, AF 37, AF 50; Asia and The Pacific Transparencies, Transparency B20: Timeline Reference: 15

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