SS.7.1.1 Use a variety of primary and secondary sources from multiple perspectives to formulate an appropriate thesis supported by evidence.
SS.7.1.1.a Utilize primary and secondary sources to explain the interdependence and uniqueness among peoples in the Eastern Hemisphere during significant eras or events; including their influence on modern society.
SS.7.2.1 Use geographic tools and resources to research topics in the Eastern Hemisphere to make geographic inferences and predictions.
SS.7.2.1.a Use maps and geographic tools to find patterns in human systems and/or physical features.
SS.7.2.1.b Collect, classify, and analyze data to make geographic inferences and predictions.
SS.7.2.1.c Apply inquiry and research utilizing geographic tools. For example: GPS and satellite imagery.
SS.7.2.1.d Interpret maps to make inferences and predictions.
SS.7.2.2 Regional differences and perspectives in the Eastern Hemisphere impact human and environmental interactions.
SS.7.2.2.a Determine how physical and political features impact cultural diffusion and regional differences. For example: modern environmental issues, cultural patterns, trade barriers, and economic interdependence.