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7.1 Analyze the cultural, economic, environmental, physical, political, and population geographies of contemporary Africa.

7.2 Analyze the cultural, economic, environmental, physical, political, and population geographies of contemporary Asia.

7.3 Analyze the cultural, economic, environmental, physical, political, and population geographies of contemporary Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica.

  • 7.3.1.PR Identify select Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica physical systems and human characteristics of places.

  • 7.3.2.ER Identify climate and vegetation regions and the spatial distributions and patterns of natural resources, including the impact of their location on human activities.

  • 7.3.3.HS Explain the current human population distributions and patterns of Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica, and use geographic models to compare the conditions driving migration and demographic change.

  • 7.3.4.HS Compare and contrast the dynamic physical and human conditions that lead to the creation of ethnic, gender, language, and religious landscapes of Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica.

  • 7.3.5.HS Identify and analyze the current political boarders using maps, and explain resource relationships between Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica and other continents.

  • 7.3.6.AG Gather evidence and construct a map or model to investigate a significant contemporary cultural, economic, or political issue facing Australia, Oceania, or Antarctica at the local, regional, or global scale.

7.4 Analyze the cultural, economic, environmental, physical, political, and population geographies of contemporary Europe.

7.5 Analyze the cultural, economic, environmental, physical, political, and population geographies of contemporary North America.

  • 7.5.1.PR Identify select North American physical systems and human characteristics of places.

  • 7.5.2.ER Identify climate and vegetation regions and the spatial distributions and patterns of natural resources, including the impact of their location on human activities.

  • 7.5.3.HS Explain North America’s current human population distributions and patterns, and use geographic models to compare the conditions driving migration and demographic change.

  • 7.5.4.HS Compare and contrast the dynamic physical and human conditions that lead to the creation of ethnic, gender, language, and religious landscapes of North American societies.

  • 7.5.5.HS Identify and analyze the current political borders using maps, explain the economic, political, and social inequalities present in North American societies, and explain the connections between North American places and other continents.

  • 7.5.6.AG Gather evidence and construct a map or model to investigate a significant contemporary cultural, economic, or political issue facing North America at the local, regional, or global scale.

7.6 Analyze the cultural, economic, environmental, physical, political, and population geographies of contemporary South America.

  • 7.6.1.PR Identify select South American physical systems (e.g., landforms and bodies of water), and human characteristics of places (e.g., countries and cities).

  • 7.6.2.ER Identify climate and vegetation regions and the spatial distributions and patterns of natural resources, including the impact of their location on human activities.

  • 7.6.3.HS Explain South America’s current human population distributions and patterns, and use geographic models to compare the conditions driving migration and demographic change.

  • 7.6.4.HS Compare and contrast the dynamic physical and human conditions that lead to the creation of ethnic, gender, language, and religious landscapes of South American societies.

  • 7.6.5.HS Identify and analyze the current political borders using maps, explain the economic, political, and social inequalities present in South American societies, and explain the connections between South American places and other continents.

  • 7.6.6.AG Gather evidence and construct a map or model to investigate a significant contemporary cultural, economic, or political issue facing South America at the local, regional, or global scale.