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1 Principles of Constitutional Democracy 1. Knowledge of the principles expressed in documents shaping constitutional democracy in the United States Concepts A. (1) Principles expressed in documents shaping constitutional democracy in the United States Analyze responsibilities governments and citizens need to accept to become effective in a constitutional democracy SE/TE: Democracy, 164; also see: India: In the Midst of Change, TE: Gandhi, Mohandas, influence on Martin Luther King, Jr., 94f Compare and contrast the following: limited government rule of law majority rule minority rights Opportunities to address this standard may be found on the following pages: SE/TE: Democracy, 164; also see: China: Transforming Itself, ; Japan: Tradition and Change, ; The Koreas: A Divided Land, ; India: In the Midst of Change, TE: Gandhi, Mohandas, influence on Martin Luther King, Jr., 94f; Australian Reconciliation Movement, 120f; New Zealand, Treaty of Waitangi, 120f; China, conflict with Soviet Union, 142f; Japan, government, 142f; Deng Xiaoping, 152; United Nations, in Korean War, 164; India and Pakistan, 170h; Geneva Conference of 1954, 218e; Trung sisters, 228 1

2 Principles and Processes of Governance Systems 3. Knowledge of principles and processes of governance systems Concepts A. (1) Principles and processes of government Compare and contrast limited and unlimited governments (i.e., democratic and authoritarian governments) and how people s lives vary under these systems Opportunities to address this standard may be found on the following pages: SE/TE: Democracy, 164; also see: China: Transforming Itself, ; Japan: Tradition and Change, ; The Koreas: A Divided Land, ; India: In the Midst of Change, TE: Gandhi, Mohandas, influence on Martin Luther King, Jr., 94f; Australian Reconciliation Movement, 120f; New Zealand, Treaty of Waitangi, 120f; China, conflict with Soviet Union, 142f; Japan, government, 142f; Deng Xiaoping, 152; United Nations, in Korean War, 164; India and Pakistan, 170h; Geneva Conference of 1954, 218e; Trung sisters, 228 2

3 Economic Concepts and Principles 4. Knowledge of economic concepts (including productivity and the market system) and principles (including the laws of supply and demand) Concepts A. (1) Economic concepts Apply the following economic concepts: investment productivity Gross Domestic Product (GDP) inflation profit and profit motive SE/TE: Economy, 34, 39, 72, 150, , , 161, , , ; Land Use, 41, 58, 72, 151; Farming, 17, 24, 33, 34, 41, 48, 58, 72, 104, 151, 163, 239, 240; Terrace farming, 24; Natural Resources, 20 23, 39 40, 47, 58, 59 60, 72, 165 TE: Agriculture, M16; Mineral resources, metals, 22; Dates, 37; Rice farming, 52f; Tokaido Megalopolis, 76f; Sericulture, 94f; Japan, Song Corporation, 145; Saudi Arabia, oil, 170h; Pipelines, 212 C. (3) Interpreting the past, explaining the present and predicting the future of economic decisions Interpret the past, explain the present and predict future consequences of economic decisions SE/TE: Economy, 34, 39, 72, 150, , , 161, , , ; Land Use, 41, 58, 72, 151; Farming, 17, 24, 33, 34, 41, 48, 58, 72, 104, 151, 163, 239, 240; Terrace farming, 24; Natural Resources, 20 23, 39 40, 47, 58, 59 60, 72, 165 3

4 TE: Agriculture, M16; Mineral resources, metals, 22; Dates, 37; Rice farming, 52f; Tokaido Megalopolis, 76f; Sericulture, 94f; Japan, Song Corporation, 145; Saudi Arabia, oil, 170h; Pipelines, 212 Explain the consequences of personal and public economic decisions D. (4) Understanding the consequences of personal and public economic decisions SE/TE: Land Use, 41, 58, 72, 151; Farming, 17, 24, 33, 34, 41, 48, 58, 72, 104, 151, 163, 239, 240; Terrace farming, 24; Technology, 81, 88, 204; also see: Economy, 34, 39, 72, 150, , , 161, , , ; Natural Resources, 20 23, 39 40, 47, 58, 59 60, 72, 165 TE: Agriculture, M16; Mineral resources, metals, 22; Dates, 37; Rice farming, 52f; Tokaido Megalopolis, 76f; Sericulture, 94f; Japan, Song Corporation, 145; Saudi Arabia, oil, 170h; Pipelines, 212 4

5 Elements of Geographical Study and Analysis 5. Knowledge of major elements of geographical study and analysis (such as location, place, movement, regions) and their relationship to changes in society and the environment Concepts A. (1) Geographic research sources (e.g., maps, satellite images, globes, charts, graphs and databases) and how to evaluate and use them Use geographic research sources to process and report information to solve problems SE/TE: Skills for Life: Using Reliable Information on the Internet, 18 19, Identifying Main Ideas, 42 43, Identifying Cause and Effect, 66 67, Reading Route Maps, 84 85, Recognizing Bias, , Drawing Conclusions, , Synthesizing Information, , Interpreting Bar Graphs, , Using a Flowchart, ; How to Use a Map, M8 M9; Political Maps, M10; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12; Special Purpose Maps: Language, M13; Human Migration, M14 M15; World Land Use, M16 M17; Using a Precipitation Map, 24 25; Map Master, 9, 12, 15, 16, 21, 29, 31, 32, 36, 38, 40, 45, 46, 47, 50, 53, 55, 56, 59, 63, 74, 77, 89, 92, 95, 97, 104, 118, 121, 124, 136, 143, 168, 171, 187, 193, 197, 202, 211, 216, 219, 244; Charts, Graphs, Tables, 14, 22, 79, 80, 93, 122, 151, 157, 165, 207, 212 TE: Using cartographer s tools, 16; Problemsolving, 40; Compare and contrast, 58; Transfer information, 70; Sequence, 80; Identify point of view, 89; Supporting a position, 114; Analyze primary sources, 132; Distinguish fact and opinion, 151; Make generalizations, 186; Decision making, 232 5

6 Construct maps SE/TE: Reading Route Maps, 84 85; How to Use a Map, M8 M9; Political Maps, M10; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12; Special Purpose Maps: Language, M13; Human Migration, M14 M15; World Land Use, M16 M17; Review and Assessment, 33 34, 75 76, , , TE: Mental mapping, 2; Using cartographer s tools, 16 B. (2) Use of the geography of Missouri, the United States, the Americas, and world to make predictions and solve problems: Location Locate major cities and nations of the world in historical context SE/TE: Reading Route Maps, 84 85; How to Use a Map, M8 M9; Political Maps, M10; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12; Special Purpose Maps: Language, M13; Human Migration, M14 M15; World Land Use, M16 M17; Map Master, 9, 12, 15, 16, 21, 29, 31, 32, 36, 38, 40, 45, 46, 47, 50, 53, 55, 56, 59, 63, 74, 77, 89, 92, 95, 97, 104, 118, 121, 124, 136, 143, 168, 171, 187, 193, 197, 202, 211, 216, 219, 244; DK Atlas, TE: Mercator, Gerardus, M7; China, population of, 76e; Tokaido Megalopolis, 76f; Jerusalem, 94f; Cambodia, capitals of, 120e; Singapore, 124; Kashmir, 170h; Australian outback, 218e 6

7 Locate the world s continents, oceans and major topographic features as civilizations spread SE/TE: Human Migration, M14 M15; also see: Reading Route Maps, 84 85; Political Maps, M10; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12; Special Purpose Maps: Language, M13; World Land Use, M16 M17; Map Master, 9, 12, 15, 16, 21, 29, 31, 32, 36, 38, 40, 45, 46, 47, 50, 53, 55, 56, 59, 63, 74, 77, 89, 92, 95, 97, 104, 118, 121, 124, 136, 143, 168, 171, 187, 193, 197, 202, 211, 216, 219, 244; DK Atlas, TE: Movement of Earth, M2; Globes, M4; Landforms of Africa, M10; Volcanoes, Pompeii, 5; Plate tectonics, 8f; Adam s Bridge, 28f; Pamir Mountains, 28f; Dead Sea, 28f; Easter Island, 52f; Rain forests, 59; Continents, formation of, 63 7

8 Locate and describe geographic places, using absolute and relative location, especially as people were able to define them more accurately SE/TE: How to Use a Map, M8 M9; Political Maps, M10; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12; Special Purpose Maps: Language, M13; Human Migration, M14 M15; World Land Use, M16 M17; Map Master, 9, 12, 15, 16, 21, 29, 31, 32, 36, 38, 40, 45, 46, 47, 50, 53, 55, 56, 59, 63, 74, 77, 89, 92, 95, 97, 104, 118, 121, 124, 136, 143, 168, 171, 187, 193, 197, 202, 211, 216, 219, 244; DK Atlas, TE: Movement of Earth, M2; Globes, M4; Landforms of Africa, M10; Volcanoes, Pompeii, 5; Plate tectonics, 8f; Dams, 8f; Typhoons, 8f, 56; Adam s Bridge, 28f; Pamir Mountains, 28f; Dead Sea, 28f; Australia, animals, 52f; Easter Island, 52f; Australian vegetation, 52f; Rain forests, 59; Continents, formation of, 63; Jerusalem, 94f; Singapore, 124; Kashmir, 170h; Bangladesh, cyclones, 174; Australian outback, 218e 8

9 C. (3) Place Explain physical characteristics, such as climate, topography, relationship to water and ecosystems SE/TE: East Asia: Physical Geography: Land and Water, 10 13, Climate and Vegetation, 14 17; South, Southwest, and Central Asia: Physical Geography, 28 29; South Asia, Physical Geography, 30 34; Southwest Asia, Physical Geography, 35 41; Central Asia, Physical Geography, 42 48; Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region: Physical Geography, 52 53; Southeast Asia: Physical Geography, 54 60; Australia and New Zealand: Physical Geography, 61 65; The Pacific Islands: Physical Geography, 66 72; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12 TE: Typhoons, 8f, 56; Australia, animals, 52f; Australian vegetation, 52f; Rain forests, 59; Bangladesh, cyclones, 174; Australian outback, 218e 9

10 Explain human characteristics, such as people s education, language, diversity, economies, religions, settlement patterns, ethnic background and political system SE/TE: East Asia: Cultures and History, 76 77; Historic Traditions, 78 83; People and Cultures, 86 90; South, Southwest, and Central Asia: Cultures and History, 94 95; South Asia, Cultures and History, ; Southwest Asia, Cultures and History, ; Central Asia, Cultures and History, ; Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region: Cultures and History, ; Southeast Asia: Cultures and History, ; The Pacific Region: Cultures and History, ; China: Transforming Itself, ; Japan: Tradition and Change, VideoLink: Discovery Channel Video: Istanbul, Aleppo, and Jerusalem, Crossroads of Trade; Thai Festivals of Water and Light; Whose Holy City? TE: Hindi language, M13; -stan, meaning of, 6; Korea, names, 76e; Religion in Japan, 76e; The Tale of Genji, 76f; Hanging Gardens of Babylon, 106; Australia, Aborigines, 120f, 218f, 221; Central Asia, ethnic groups, 170h; India and Pakistan, 170h; Sherpas, 179; Jews, Ashkenazic and Sephardic, 198; Vietnam, language, 218f 10

11 D. (4) Relationships within places Describe how physical processes shape the physical environment SE/TE: Climate, 15, 16 17, 56 57, 64, 71, 190; Deserts, 35, 36, 37, 38, 45, 269; also see: East Asia: Physical Geography: Land and Water, 10 13, Climate and Vegetation, 14 17; South, Southwest, and Central Asia: Physical Geography, 28 29; South Asia, Physical Geography, 30 34; Southwest Asia, Physical Geography, 35 41; Central Asia, Physical Geography, 42 48; Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region: Physical Geography, 52 53; Southeast Asia: Physical Geography, 54 60; Australia and New Zealand: Physical Geography, 61 65; The Pacific Islands: Physical Geography, 66 72; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12 TE: Typhoons, 8f, 56; Australia, animals, 52f; Australian vegetation, 52f; Rain forests, 59; Bangladesh, cyclones, 174; Australian outback, 218e Describe a variety of ecosystems, and explain where they may be found and how physical processes and human activities may change them SE/TE: East Asia: Physical Geography: Land and Water, 10 13, Climate and Vegetation, 14 17; South, Southwest, and Central Asia: Physical Geography, 28 29; South Asia, Physical Geography, 30 34; Southwest Asia, Physical Geography, 35 41; Central Asia, Physical Geography, 42 48; Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region: Physical Geography, 52 53; Southeast Asia: Physical Geography, 54 60; Australia and New Zealand: Physical Geography, 61 65; The Pacific Islands: Physical Geography, 66 72; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12 11

12 TE: Australia, animals, 52f; Australian vegetation, 52f; Rain forests, 59; Australian outback, 218e F. (6) Human environment interactions Identify and describe world wide patterns of resource distribution SE/TE: Land use, M16 M17, 41, 58, 72, 151; Human environment interaction, M1, 47, 59, 166; Farming, 17, 24, 33, 34, 41, 48, 58, 72, 104, 151, 163, 239, 240; Natural Resources and Land Use, 18 24; Natural Resources, 39 40, 47, 58, 59 60, 72, 165; Irrigation systems, 40, 48, 79, 80, 104, 191, 192, 196, 217; Aral Sea, 46, 48; Industry, 149, 151, , 156, 164, 186, 192, 194, 196; China: Transforming Itself, ; Urban areas, 185; Israel: Economics and Cultures, ; Saudi Arabia: Oil and Islam, TE: Agriculture, M16; Mineral resources, metals, 22; Dates, 37; Rice farming, 52f; Sericulture, 94f; Saudi Arabia, oil, 170h; Pipelines,

13 Identify how technology and culture have influenced resource use in the past SE/TE: Farming, 17, 24, 33, 34, 41, 48, 58, 72, 104, 151, 163, 239, 240; Technology, 81, 88, 204; Transportation, 88, 125, 148, 150; also see: Land Use, 41, 58, 72, 151; Natural Resources, 20 23, 39 40, 47, 58, 59 60, 72, 165; Economy, 34, 39, 72, 150, , , 161, , , TE: Agriculture, M16; Mineral resources, metals, 22; Rice farming, 52f; Sericulture, 94f; Japan, Song Corporation, 145; Saudi Arabia, oil, 170h; Pipelines, 212 Identify and explain environmental consequences of how people use resources from historical examples SE/TE: Human environment interaction, M1, 47, 59, 166; Land use, M16 M17, 41, 58, 72, 151; Farming, 17, 24, 33, 34, 41, 48, 58, 72, 104, 151, 163, 239, 240; Natural Resources and Land Use, 18 24; Natural Resources, 39 40, 47, 58, 59 60, 72, 165; Irrigation systems, 40, 48, 79, 80, 104, 191, 192, 196, 217; Aral Sea, 46, 48; Industry, 149, 151, , 156, 164, 186, 192, 194, 196; China: Transforming Itself, ; Urban areas, 185; Israel: Economics and Cultures, ; Saudi Arabia: Oil and Islam,

14 Identify and explain the effect of natural forces upon human activities from historical experiences SE/TE: East Asia: Physical Geography: Land and Water, 10 13, Climate and Vegetation, 14 17; South, Southwest, and Central Asia: Physical Geography, 28 29; South Asia, Physical Geography, 30 34; Southwest Asia, Physical Geography, 35 41; Central Asia, Physical Geography, 42 48; Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region: Physical Geography, 52 53; Southeast Asia: Physical Geography, 54 60; Australia and New Zealand: Physical Geography, 61 65; The Pacific Islands: Physical Geography, 66 72; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12 TE: Typhoons, 8f, 56; Australia, animals, 52f; Australian vegetation, 52f; Rain forests, 59; Bangladesh, cyclones, 174; Australian outback, 218e G. (7) Relationships between and among places Explain causes and effects of migration streams, movements of people to job markets, barriers to human movement and how people overcome such barriers SE/TE: Human Migration, M14 M15; Immigrants, , 137, 159, 198; also see: Southwest Asia, Cultures and History, ; Central Asia, Cultures and History, ; Southeast Asia: Cultures and History, ; The Pacific Region: Cultures and History, TE: Hindi language, M13; Australia, Aborigines, 120f, 218f, 221; Central Asia, ethnic groups, 170h; India and Pakistan, 170h; Jews, Ashkenazic and Sephardic,

15 H. (8) Regions Explain how regions of the world relate to one another and change over time SE/TE: Focus on Regions, 6 7; East Asia: Cultures and History, 76 77; Historic Traditions, 78 83; People and Cultures, 86 90; South, Southwest, and Central Asia: Cultures and History, 94 95; South Asia, Cultures and History, ; Southwest Asia, Cultures and History, ; Central Asia, Cultures and History, ; Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region: Cultures and History, ; Southeast Asia: Cultures and History, ; The Pacific Region: Cultures and History, ; China: Transforming Itself, ; Japan: Tradition and Change, VideoLink: Discovery Channel Video: Istanbul, Aleppo, and Jerusalem, Crossroads of Trade; Thai Festivals of Water and Light; Whose Holy City? TE: Hindi language, M13; Central Asia, ethnic groups, 170h; India and Pakistan, 170h; Jews, Ashkenazic and Sephardic,

16 I. (9) Uses of geography Use geography to interpret the past, explain the present and plan for the future SE/TE: Skills for Life: Using Reliable Information on the Internet, 18 19, Identifying Main Ideas, 42 43, Identifying Cause and Effect, 66 67, Reading Route Maps, 84 85, Recognizing Bias, , Drawing Conclusions, , Synthesizing Information, , Interpreting Bar Graphs, , Using a Flowchart, ; also see: Review and Assessment, 25 26, 49 50, 73 74, 91 92, , , , , ; Target Reading Skills, 8, 10, 14, 20, 28, 30, 35, 44, 52, 54, 61, 68, 76, 78, 86, 96, 103, 112, 120, 122, 130, 142, 148, 154, 162, 170, 184, 190, 195, 200, 208, 218, 230, 238 TE: Mental mapping, 2; Using cartographer s tools, 16; Problem-solving, 40; Compare and contrast, 58; Transfer information, 70; Sequence, 80; Identify point of view, 89; Supporting a position, 114; Analyze primary sources, 132; Distinguish fact and opinion, 151; Make generalizations, 186; Decision making,

17 Analyze how the needs of individuals are met by families, friends, groups and organizations, such as governments, businesses, schools, religious institutions and charities in the United States and other nations Relationships of Individual and Groups to Institutions and Traditions 6. Knowledge of relationships of the individual and groups to institutions and cultural traditions Concepts A. (1) Knowledge of how needs of individuals are met SE/TE: East Asia: Cultures and History, 76 77; Historic Traditions, 78 83; People and Cultures, 86 90; South, Southwest, and Central Asia: Cultures and History, 94 95; South Asia, Cultures and History, ; Southwest Asia, Cultures and History, ; Central Asia, Cultures and History, ; Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region: Cultures and History, ; Southeast Asia: Cultures and History, ; The Pacific Region: Cultures and History, ; China: Transforming Itself, ; Japan: Tradition and Change, VideoLink: Discovery Channel Video: Istanbul, Aleppo, and Jerusalem, Crossroads of Trade; Thai Festivals of Water and Light; Whose Holy City? TE: Hindi language, M13; -stan, meaning of, 6; Korea, names, 76e; Religion in Japan, 76e; The Tale of Genji, 76f; Hanging Gardens of Babylon, 106; Australia, Aborigines, 120f, 218f, 221; Central Asia, ethnic groups, 170h; India and Pakistan, 170h; Sherpas, 179; Jews, Ashkenazic and Sephardic, 198; Vietnam, language, 218f 17

18 C.(3) Effects of actions, cultural, traditions and institutions Analyze how cultural traditions, human actions and institutions affect people s behavior SE/TE: East Asia: Cultures and History, 76 77; Historic Traditions, 78 83; People and Cultures, 86 90; South, Southwest, and Central Asia: Cultures and History, 94 95; South Asia, Cultures and History, ; Southwest Asia, Cultures and History, ; Central Asia, Cultures and History, ; Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region: Cultures and History, ; Southeast Asia: Cultures and History, ; The Pacific Region: Cultures and History, ; China: Transforming Itself, ; Japan: Tradition and Change, VideoLink: Discovery Channel Video: Istanbul, Aleppo, and Jerusalem, Crossroads of Trade; Thai Festivals of Water and Light; Whose Holy City? TE: Hindi language, M13; -stan, meaning of, 6; Korea, names, 76e; Religion in Japan, 76e; The Tale of Genji, 76f; Hanging Gardens of Babylon, 106; Australia, Aborigines, 120f, 218f, 221; Central Asia, ethnic groups, 170h; India and Pakistan, 170h; Sherpas, 179; Jews, Ashkenazic and Sephardic, 198; Vietnam, language, 218f 18

19 D. (4) Effect of laws and events on relationships Identify how laws and events affect members of and relationships among groups Opportunities to address this standard may be found on the following pages: SE/TE: Democracy, 164; also see: China: Transforming Itself, ; Japan: Tradition and Change, ; The Koreas: A Divided Land, ; India: In the Midst of Change, TE: Gandhi, Mohandas, influence on Martin Luther King, Jr., 94f; Australian Reconciliation Movement, 120f; New Zealand, Treaty of Waitangi, 120f; China, conflict with Soviet Union, 142f; Japan, government, 142f; Deng Xiaoping, 152; United Nations, in Korean War, 164; India and Pakistan, 170h; Geneva Conference of 1954, 218e; Trung sisters, 228 G. (7) Methods of resolving conflicts Evaluate constructive processes or methods for resolving conflicts Opportunities to address this standard may be found on the following pages: SE/TE: Skills for Life: Recognizing Bias, , Drawing Conclusions, ; also see: Understand Effects, 190, 200; Recognize Multiple Causes, 195; Recognize Cause-and- Effect Signal Words, 208 TE: Problem-solving, 40; Identify point of view, 89; Supporting a position, 114; Decision making,

20 Tools of Social Science Inquiry Concepts 7. Knowledge of the use of tools of social science inquiry (such as surveys, statistics, maps and documents) Concepts A. (1) Using primary and secondary sources Select, investigate, and present a topic using primary and secondary resources, such as oral interviews, artifacts, journals, documents, photos and letters SE/TE: Skills for Life: Using Reliable Information on the Internet, 18 19, Identifying Main Ideas, 42 43, Identifying Cause and Effect, 66 67, Reading Route Maps, 84 85, Recognizing Bias, , Drawing Conclusions, , Synthesizing Information, , Interpreting Bar Graphs, , Using a Flowchart, ; How to Use a Map, M8 M9; Political Maps, M10; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12; Special Purpose Maps: Language, M13; Human Migration, M14 M15; World Land Use, M16 M17; Using a Precipitation Map, 24 25; Map Master, 9, 12, 15, 16, 21, 29, 31, 32, 36, 38, 40, 45, 46, 47, 50, 53, 55, 56, 59, 63, 74, 77, 89, 92, 95, 97, 104, 118, 121, 124, 136, 143, 168, 171, 187, 193, 197, 202, 211, 216, 219, 244; Charts, Graphs, Tables, 14, 22, 79, 80, 93, 122, 151, 157, 165, 207, 212 TE: Transfer information, 70; Analyze primary sources, 132; Distinguish fact and opinion,

21 B. (2) Using maps, graphs, statistics, timelines, charts and diagrams Use maps, graphs, statistical data, timelines, charts and diagrams to interpret, draw conclusions and make predictions SE/TE: Skills for Life: Reading Route Maps, 84 85, Recognizing Bias, , Drawing Conclusions, , Synthesizing Information, , Interpreting Bar Graphs, , Using a Flowchart, ; How to Use a Map, M8 M9; Political Maps, M10; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12; Special Purpose Maps: Language, M13; Human Migration, M14 M15; World Land Use, M16 M17; Using a Precipitation Map, 24 25; Map Master, 9, 12, 15, 16, 21, 29, 31, 32, 36, 38, 40, 45, 46, 47, 50, 53, 55, 56, 59, 63, 74, 77, 89, 92, 95, 97, 104, 118, 121, 124, 136, 143, 168, 171, 187, 193, 197, 202, 211, 216, 219, 244; Charts, Graphs, Tables, 14, 22, 79, 80, 93, 122, 151, 157, 165, 207, 212 TE: Mental mapping, 2; Using cartographer s tools, 16 21

22 C. (3) Creating maps and graphics Create maps, graphs, timelines, charts and diagrams to communicate information SE/TE: Skills for Life: Reading Route Maps, 84 85, Recognizing Bias, , Drawing Conclusions, , Synthesizing Information, , Interpreting Bar Graphs, , Using a Flowchart, ; How to Use a Map, M8 M9; Political Maps, M10; Physical Maps, M11; Special Purpose Maps: Climate, M12; Special Purpose Maps: Language, M13; Human Migration, M14 M15; World Land Use, M16 M17; Using a Precipitation Map, 24 25; Map Master, 9, 12, 15, 16, 21, 29, 31, 32, 36, 38, 40, 45, 46, 47, 50, 53, 55, 56, 59, 63, 74, 77, 89, 92, 95, 97, 104, 118, 121, 124, 136, 143, 168, 171, 187, 193, 197, 202, 211, 216, 219, 244; Charts, Graphs, Tables, 14, 22, 79, 80, 93, 122, 151, 157, 165, 207, 212 TE: Mental mapping, 2; Using cartographer s tools, 16 D. (4) Using technological tools Use technological tools for research and presentation SE/TE: Using Reliable Information on the Internet, 18; Activities, 25, 49, 73, 91, 117, 135, 167, 215, 243; also see: Synthesizing Information, 160; Reading Informational Texts, xiv RW1; Research Papers, RW4 RW5 TE: Transfer information, 70 22

23 E. (5) Distinguishing fact and opinion Distinguish between fact and opinion and recognize bias and points of view SE/TE: Using Reliable Information on the Internet, 18 19, Identifying Main Ideas, 42 43, Recognizing Bias, , Drawing Conclusions, , Synthesizing Information, ; also see: Persuasive Essays, RW3 TE: Distinguish fact and opinion, 151 F. (6) Supporting a point of view Identify, research and defend a point of view/position SE/TE: Review and Assessment, 25 26, 49 50, 73 74, 91 92, , , , , ; Identifying Main Ideas, 42 43, Identifying Cause and Effect, 66 67, Recognizing Bias, , Drawing Conclusions, , Synthesizing Information, ; Reading Informational Texts, xiv RW1; Reading and Writing Handbook, RW1; Narrative Essays, RW2; Persuasive Essays, RW3; Expository Essays, RW4; Research Papers, RW4 RW5; Evaluating Your Writing, RW5 23

24 TE: Identify point of view, 89; Supporting a position, 114; Analyze primary sources, 132; Distinguish fact and opinion,

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