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MSSSGEO01000MS-SS.GEO.01.00.0Students will understand the physical geography of the world.
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MSSSGEO01A0MS-SS.GEO.01.A.0Use and evaluate geographic research resources (maps, satellite images, globes, charts, graphs and databases)
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MSSSGEO01B0MS-SS.GEO.01.B.0Apply knowledge of geography to Missouri, the United States and the world to make predictions and understand geographical problems.
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MSSSGEO01C0MS-SS.GEO.01.C.0Locate major cities of Missouri, the United States, and world; states of the United States and many of the world's nations, the world's 7 continents and major oceans and major topographic features of the United States and the world.
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MSSSGEO01D0MS-SS.GEO.01.D.0Communicate locations of places by creating maps and by describing their absolute locations and relative locations.
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MSSSGEO01E0MS-SS.GEO.01.E.0Describe physical characteristics that make specific places unique.
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MSSSGEO01F0MS-SS.GEO.01.F.0Explain how places change through geographical problems.
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MSSSGEO01G0MS-SS.GEO.01.G.0Explain how physical processes shape the earth's surface.
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MSSSGEO01GaMS-SS.GEO.01.G.aStudents can describe the physical characteristics, such as climate,topography, relationship to water and ecosystems.
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MSSSGEO01H0MS-SS.GEO.01.H.0Explain how parts of a region relate to each other and to the region as a whole.
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MSSSGEO01I0MS-SS.GEO.01.I.0Explain how regions relate to one another.
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MSSSGEO01J0MS-SS.GEO.01.J.0Explain how and why regions change.
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MSSSGEO01K0MS-SS.GEO.01.K.0Use geography to interpret the past, explain the present and plan for the future.
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MSSSGEO02000MS-SS.GEO.02.00.0Students will predict and follow the patterns human geography in the world.
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MSSSGEO02A0MS-SS.GEO.02.A.0Describe human characteristics that make specific places unique.
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MSSSGEO02AaMS-SS.GEO.02.A.aThe students can describe human characteristics, such as people's education, language, diversity, economies, religions, settlement patterns, ethnic background and political systems.
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MSSSGEO02B0MS-SS.GEO.02.B.0Explain how and why different people may perceive the same place in varied ways.
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MSSSGEO02C0MS-SS.GEO.02.C.0Discuss major patterns and issues with regard to population distribution, demographics, settlements, migrations, cultures and economic systems in United States and world.
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MSSSGEO02D0MS-SS.GEO.02.D.0Explain how technology has expanded people's capacity to modify the physical environment.
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MSSSGEO02E0MS-SS.GEO.02.E.0Identify how changes in the physical environment may reduce the capacity of the environment to support human activity.
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MSSSGEO02F0MS-SS.GEO.02.F.0Explain the factors that account for patterns of the movement of people, products and ideas.
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MSSSGEO02G0MS-SS.GEO.02.G.0Describe major effects of changes in patterns of the movement of people, products and ideas.
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MSSSGEO02H0MS-SS.GEO.02.H.0Identify issues pertaining to the movement of people, products and ideas and propose and evaluate ways to address those issues.
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MSSSGEO02I0MS-SS.GEO.02.I.0List and explain criteria that give regions their identities in different periods of U.S. and world history.
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MSSSGEO03000MS-SS.GEO.03.00.0Students will interpret the relationships of the individual and groups to institutions and cultural traditions.
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MSSSGEO03A0MS-SS.GEO.03.A.0Analyze how families, friends, groups and organizations, such as governments, businesses, schools, religious institutions and charities in the United States and other nations, meet the needs of individuals.
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MSSSGEO03B0MS-SS.GEO.03.B.0Analyze how cultural traditions, human actions and institutions affect people's behavior.
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MSSSGEO03C0MS-SS.GEO.03.C.0Identify how laws and events affect members of groups and relationships among groups.
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MSSSGEO03D0MS-SS.GEO.03.D.0Evaluate constructive processes or methods for resolving conflicts.
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MSSSGEO04000MS-SS.GEO.04.00.0Students will use tools of social science inquiry (such as surveys, statistics, maps, and documents) to draw conclusions of human geography.
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MSSSGEO04A0MS-SS.GEO.04.A.0Select, investigate, and present a topic using primary and secondary resources, such as oral interviews, artifacts, journals, documents, photos and letters.
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MSSSGEO04B0MS-SS.GEO.04.B.0Introduce and use bibliography formatting in essays and research documents.
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MSSSGEO04C0MS-SS.GEO.04.C.0Use maps, graphs, statistical data, timelines, charts and diagrams to interpret, draw conclusions, and make predictions.
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MSSSGEO04D0MS-SS.GEO.04.D.0Create maps, graphs, timelines, charts and diagrams to communicate information.
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MSSSGEO04E0MS-SS.GEO.04.E.0Distinguish between fact and opinion and recognize bias and points of view.
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MSSSGEO04F0MS-SS.GEO.04.F.0Use technological tools for research and presentation.
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MSSSGEO04G0MS-SS.GEO.04.G.0Identify, research and defend a point of view/position.
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