Location [Stds. 1, 3]
Place [Stds. 4, 7, 9, 10]
Human-Environment Interaction [Stds. 8, 12, 14-18]
Movement [Stds. 11, 13]
Regions [Stds. 2, 5, 6]


Lesson Plans

Element A: The World in Spatial Terms

Location Standard 1: Using Maps to Structure Geographic Information

Regions Standard 2: Using Mental Maps to Organize Information

Location Standard 3: Analyzing the Spatial Organization of People, Places, and Environments

Element B: Places and Regions

Place Standard 4: Physical and Human Characteristics of Places

Regions Standard 5: Regions as Conceptual and Organizational Units

Regions Standard 6: Perception of Places and Regions Is Influenced by Culture and Experience

Element C: Physical Systems

Place Standard 7: Physical Processes That Shape the Patterns of Earth's Surface

Human-Environment Interaction Standard 8: Characteristics and Spatial Distribution of Ecosystems

Element D: Human Systems

Place Standard 9: Characteristics and Dynamics of Human Populations

Place Standard 10: Characteristics and Complexity of Earth's Cultural Mosaics

Movement Standard 11: Patterns and Networks of Economic Interdependence

Human-Environment Interaction Standard 12: Process, Patterns and Functions of Human Settlement

Movement Standard 13: Cooperation and Conflict Influence Division and Control of Earth's Surface

Element E: Environment and Society

Human-Environment Interaction Standard 14: Human Actions Modify the Physical Environment

Human-Environment Interaction Standard 15: Physical Systems Affect Human Systems

Human-Environment Interaction Standard 16: Resources: Meaning, Use, Distribution, and Importance

Element F: The Use of Geography

Human-Environment Interaction Standard 17: Applying Geography to Interpret the Past

Human-Environment Interaction Standard 18: Applying Geography to Interpret the Present and Plan for the Future