2 Recognize and use different forms of evidence used to make meaning in social studies (including primary and secondary sources, such as art and photographs, artifacts, oral histories, maps, and graphs).
4 Recognize the relationship among geography, economics, and history in world communities.
5 Describe a historical development in a world community, using specific details, including time and place.
D Geographic Reasoning
1 Ask geographic questions about where places are located and why they are located there, using geographic representations, such as maps and models. Describe where places are in relation to each other and describe connections between places.
2 Distinguish human activities and human-made features from "environments" (natural events or physical features—land, air, and water—that are not directly made by humans).