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Prentice Hall World Explorer: Geography, The Ancient World, Medieval Times to Today, Europe and Russia, Africa, Latin America, The United States and Canada, & Asia and the Pacific ©2001 Correlated to: Pennsylvania Proposed Academic Standards for Geography and Civics and Government (Grade 6)

PENNSYLVANIA PROPOSED ACADEMIC PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT (If submission is not a book, cite appropriate location(s)) STANDARDS STANDARDS FOR GEOGRAPHY, GRADE 6 9. 1. A. · Basic Geographic Literacy Describe geographic tools and their uses. Basis on which maps, graphs and diagrams are created · Aerial and other photographs · Reference works · Field observations · Surveys Geography SE/TE: The Geographer's Tools, 14-19; Maps, 16, 17, 18; An Orange Peel Map, 15; Skills Activity, 20-21, 48-49, 98-99; Activity Shop, Interdisciplinary, 24-25 TE: Lesson Plan, 14-15; Background, 16, 17, 18; Activity, 18 Note: All other books include a 16 page Map and Globe Handbook as the first item in their reference section. This section covers the skills detailed in this standard. Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: Population Density, 11, 12, 200 Africa SE/TE: Population 94, 100, 110, 116, 123, 136, 141, 149, 162, 169, 188 The Ancient World SE/TE: Activity Atlas, 2-7, The Beginnings of Civilization, 19-23, Land Between Two Rivers, Mediterranean Civilizations, 4850, Judaism, 52-55, The Geography of The Nile, 64-65, The Cultures of The Ancient Egyptians, 79-80, The Indus and Ganges River Valleys, 95-99, The Rise of Greek Civilization, 156-158, Athens and Sparta, 170-174 TE: 2-7, 8A-B, 19-23, 28A-B, 31-32, 48-50, 52-55, 60A-B, 64-65, 79-80, 94A-B, 9599, 152a-B, 156-158, 170-174 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: The Bantu Migrations, 37-42, The Cultures of Middle America, 60, The Incas, 70, The Cultures of North America, 72-73 TE: 36A-B, 37-42, 70, 72-73

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Geographic representations to display spatial information · Absolute location · Relative location · Flows (e. g., goods, people, traffic) · Topography · Historic events

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Europe & Russia SE/TE: Population Density of Russia, 5, 10, Population Density of Europe, 5, Population Density of the Netherlands, 10, Population of the Northwestern Highlands, 12, Air Pollution and the Danube River, 15, Water Pollution, 15, Air Pollution in Siberia, 29, Pollution, 29, Environmental Protection in Siberia, 29, Immigrants in Western Europe, 76-77, Migration 82, 233, Immigration to France, 110-111, Population Density, 234, Emigration from Sweden in the 1800s, 116, Migration of Polish People to Cities, 144-145, Emigration, 232, Immigrants, 233 TE: 49 Geography SE/TE: Population Density, 6-7, 58-59, 165, Environment, 12, 162, Atmosphere, 35, Air Pollution, 39, 114, 119, Clear-Cut Logging, 45, Population Distribution, 5558, 70, 165, Population Distribution and Farming, 56, Challenges of Population Growth, 62-63, World Population Growth, A.D. 1200-2000, 63, Deforestation, 63, 118, 161, Migration, 64, 164, Immigration, 64, 95, Immigration of Irish, 66, Immigration of Vietnamese, 66, Immigration of Convicts, 67, Urbanization, 68, 167, Urban Area, 68, 167, Social Structure, 82-84, 85, 166, Pollution, 94, International Travel, 96, Transportation System, 112, 167, Water Pollution, 114, 117, Acid Rain and Pollution, 118-119, Pesticides and Pollution, 119, Greenhouse Effect, 119, Skin Cancer, 119 TE: 45, 62, 114, 115, 119 United States and Canada SE/TE: U.S. and Canada: Shaped by History 3267, Exploring United States, 86-117, Exploring Canada, 118-139 TE: 32a-32d, 86a-86d, 118a-118d

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Latin America SE/TE: Latin America, Shaped by Its History, 3461, Cultures of Latin America, 62-81, Exploring Mexico and Central America, 82-103, Exploring the Caribbean, 106-127, Exploring South America, 128-155 TE: 34a-34d, 62a-62d, 82a-82d, 106a-106d

Geography SE/TE: Physical Map, 1-2, 13, Population Density, 6-7, Scale in Maps and Globes, 15, 19, 166, Maps of the Caribbean, 130, Maps of Central America, 130, Contour Maps of Japan, 57, Maps of Cuba and U.S. Gulf Coast, 65, Maps of Europe, 139, Maps of Major Language Groups, 84, Maps of Major Religions, 86, Maps of the North Pole, 133, Maps of Population Distribution in Mexico, 71, Maps of South Asian Population Density, 5, Maps of the South Pole, 132, Maps of West Africa, 131, Maps of World Economic Activity, 114, Maps of World Population Density, 6, Physical Maps of Africa, 141, Physical Maps of Asia, 143, Physical Maps of Europe, 139, Physical Maps of North America, 13, 137, Physical Maps of Norway, 56, Physical Maps of South America, 137, Physical Maps of the World, 132-133 TE: 79, 81, 84 United States and Canada SE/TE: Maps, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 18, 23, 27, 29, 32, 36, 39, 41, 42, 58, 65, 70, 83, 86, 88, 89, 94, 100, 103, 106, 113, 118, 120, 126, 131, 134, 139, 150, 151, 152, 154, 155, 156, 160 TE: 8a-8d, 32a-32d, 68a-68d, 86a-86d, 118a118d

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Geography SE/TE: The Geographer's Tools, 14-19; Maps, 16, 17, 18; An Orange Peel Map, 15; Skills Activity, 20-21, 48-49, 98-99; Activity Shop, Interdisciplinary, 24-25 TE: Lesson Plan, 14-15; Background, 16, 17, 18; Activity, 18 Note: All other books include a 16 page Map and Globe Handbook as the first item in their reference section. This section covers the skills detailed in this standard.

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Describe and locate places and regions. Coordinate systems (e. g., latitude and longitude, time zones) The Ancient World SE/TE: Latitude, parallels of, 231; Longitude, meridians of, 231 Europe and Russia SE/TE: Time Zones, 22-23; map, 23 Geography SE/TE: Latitude, 10, 11, 19, 29, 30, 38-39, 163; Longitude, 10, 11, 19, 163; Map: Zones of Latitudes, 29 TE: Activity, 11, 39 Latin America SE/TE: Latitude, 169; Longitude, 169 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Latitude, 231; Longitude, 231 The United States and Canada SE/TE: Latitude, 149; Longitude, 149; maps and globes, 143-157 The United States and Canada SE/TE: The United States and Canada: Physical Geography, 8-30, The United States and Canada: Shaped By History, 32-66, Cultures of the United States and Canada: 68-84, Exploring the United States, 86114, Exploring Canada, 118-138 TE: The United States and Canada: Physical Geography, 8A-8D, The United States and Canada: Shaped By History, 32A-32D, Cultures of the United States and Canada: 68A-68D, Exploring the United States, 86A-86D, Exploring Canada, 118A-118D

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Physical features · In Pennsylvania (e. g., Coastal Plain, Piedmont, Appalachian) · In the United States (e. g., Great Lakes, Rocky Mountains, Great Plains)

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Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: Population Density, 11, 12, 200 Africa SE/TE: Population 94, 100, 110, 116, 123, 136, 141, 149, 162, 169, 188 The Ancient World SE/TE: Activity Atlas, 2-7, The Beginnings of Civilization, 19-23, Land Between Two Rivers, Mediterranean Civilizations, 4850, Judaism, 52-55, The Geography of The Nile, 64-65, The Cultures of The Ancient Egyptians, 79-80, The Indus and Ganges River Valleys, 95-99, The Rise of Greek Civilization, 156-158, Athens and Sparta, 170-174 TE: 2-7, 8A-B, 19-23, 28A-B, 31-32, 48-50, 52-55, 60A-B, 64-65, 79-80, 94A-B, 9599, 152a-B, 156-158, 170-174 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: The Bantu Migrations, 37-42, The Cultures of Middle America, 60, The Incas, 70, The Cultures of North America, 72-73 TE: 36A-B, 37-42, 70, 72-73 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Population Density of Russia, 5, 10, Population Density of Europe, 5, Population Density of the Netherlands, 10, Population of the Northwestern Highlands, 12, Air Pollution and the Danube River, 15, Water Pollution, 15, Air Pollution in Siberia, 29, Pollution, 29, Environmental Protection in Siberia, 29, Immigrants in Western Europe, 76-77, Migration 82, 233, Immigration to France, 110-111, Population Density, 234, Emigration from Sweden in the 1800s, 116, Migration of Polish People to Cities, 144-145, Emigration, 232, Immigrants, 233 TE: 49

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Geography SE/TE: Population Density, 6-7, 58-59, 165, Environment, 12, 162, Atmosphere, 35, Air Pollution, 39, 114, 119, Clear-Cut Logging, 45, Population Distribution, 5558, 70, 165, Population Distribution and Farming, 56, Challenges of Population Growth, 62-63, World Population Growth, A.D. 1200-2000, 63, Deforestation, 63, 118, 161, Migration, 64, 164, Immigration, 64, 95, Immigration of Irish, 66, Immigration of Vietnamese, 66, Immigration of Convicts, 67, Urbanization, 68, 167, Urban Area, 68, 167, Social Structure, 82-84, 85, 166, Pollution, 94, International Travel, 96, Transportation System, 112, 167, Water Pollution, 114, 117, Acid Rain and Pollution, 118-119, Pesticides and Pollution, 119, Greenhouse Effect, 119, Skin Cancer, 119 TE: 45, 62, 114, 115, 119 United States and Canada SE/TE: U.S. and Canada: Shaped by History 3267, Exploring United States, 86-117, Exploring Canada, 118-139 TE: 32a-32d, 86a-86d, 118a-118d Latin America SE/TE: Latin America, Shaped by Its History, 3461, Cultures of Latin America, 62-81, Exploring Mexico and Central America, 82-103, Exploring the Caribbean, 106-127, Exploring South America, 128-155 TE: 34a-34d, 62a-62d, 82a-82d, 106a-106d Africa SE/TE: Various Maps, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12, 16, 23, 24, 29, 30, 34, 36, 37, 38, 45, 50, 61, 67, 89, 92, 94, 100, 105, 107, 108, 110, 116, 122, 127, 129, 134, 136, 141, 146, 147, 149, 155, 160, 162, 169, 175, 182, 186, 1187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 196, 197, 198, 200, 202, 204, 206, 208, 210, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, Charts, Graphs, and Tables, 7, 18, 27, 43, 44, 54, 55, 65, 150, 162, 167, 169, 194, 195

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Ways in which different people look at places and regions (e. g., as places to visit or to avoid)

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2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12, 16, 23, 24, 29, 30, 34, 36, 37, 38, 45, 50, 61, 67, 89, 92, 94, 100, 105, 107, 108, 110, 116, 122, 127, 129, 134, 136, 141, 146, 147, 149, 155, 160, 162, 169, 175, 182, 186, 1187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 196, 197, 198, 200, 202, 204, 206, 208, 210, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, Charts, Graphs, and Tables, 7, 18, 27, 43, 44, 54, 55, 65, 150, 162, 167, 169, 194, 195 Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: Various Maps, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 14, 15, 18, 25, 38, 41, 43, 46, 51, 55, 57, 62, 63, 66, 74, 77, 79, 82, 89, 93, 97, 102, 109, 116, 120, 125, 131, 134, 144, 149, 154, 161, 164, 179, 185, 198, 199, 200, 202, 203, 204, 208, 209, 211, 212, 214, 216, 217, 219, 220, 222, 224, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, Graphs Charts and Tables, 30, 31, 32, 67, 76, 83, 129, 142, 166, 194, 206, 207 TE: Various Maps, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 14, 15, 18, 25, 38, 41, 43, 46, 51, 55, 57, 62, 63, 66, 74, 77, 79, 82, 89, 93, 97, 102, 109, 116, 120, 125, 131, 134, 144, 149, 154, 161, 164, 179, 185, 198, 199, 200, 202, 203, 204, 208, 209, 211, 212, 214, 216, 217, 219, 220, 222, 224, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, Graphs Charts and Tables, 30, 31, 32, 67, 76, 83, 129, 142, 166, 194, 206, 207 The Ancient World SE/TE: 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 16, 27, 28, 30, 36, 46, 48, 55, 59, 60, 70, 86, 91, 93, 94, 96, 110, 114, 119, 122, 138, 141, 149, 152, 173, 176, 183, 190, 192, 210, 215, 221, 242, 244, 246, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, Reading Route Maps, 90-91 TE: 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 16, 27, 28, 30, 36, 46, 48, 55, 59, 60, 70, 86, 90, 91, 93, 94, 96, 110, 114, 119, 122, 138, 141, 149, 152, 173, 176, 183, 190, 192, 210, 215, 221, 242, 244, 246, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257

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Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 16, 20, 35, 36, 38, 40, 44, 57, 58, 79, 82, 84, 90, 95, 97, 103, 104, 106, 113, 119, 123, 131, 141, 146, 159, 165, 191, 192, 195, 206, 213, 219, 232, 233, 234, 236, 237, 238, 242, 244, 246, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 256, 257, Using Route Maps, 122 TE: 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 16, 20, 35, 36, 38, 40, 44, 57, 58, 79, 82, 84, 90, 95, 97, 103, 104, 106, 113, 119, 123, 131, 141, 146, 159, 165, 191, 192, 195, 206, 213, 219, 232, 233, 234, 236, 237, 238, 242, 244, 246, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 256, 257, 122 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Maps of the Climate Regions of Europe and Russia, 3, Maps of Major Railroad Lines in Europe and Russia, 4, Maps of Population Density of Europe and Russia, 5, Maps of the Former Soviet Union, 6, Maps of the Iron Curtain Regions, 7, Maps of Major Land Regions of Europe, 12, Tables, 17, 26, 34, 39, 45, 47, 50, 76, 98, 105, 115, 116, 122, 128, 140, 143, 147, 155, 162, 192, 193, Student Art, 19, 85, Maps of Europe's Natural Vegetation, 20, Maps of Russia's Natural Vegetation, 21, Regional Maps, 22-23, Using Regional Maps, 22-23, Maps of Time Zones, 23, Interpreting Diagrams and Illustrations 46, Maps of European Imperialism, 1900, 51, Maps of Russian Expansion, 1300-1955, 56, Maps of Eastern European Language Groups, 83, Political Maps of Eastern Europe, 86, 200, Political Maps, 86, 188, Charts, Graphs, and Exploring Technology, 91, 107, Political Maps of Northern Europe, 95, Maps of Western Europe, 96, 197, Maps of the United Kingdom, 98, Maps of Trans-Siberian Railroad, 171, Map and Globe Handbook, 177, Maps of the Earth, 181, Locating Places on Maps 182, Map Projections, 184-185, Parts of Maps, 186, Maps of Special Purpose, 190, Regional Data Bank, 194, Political Maps of Western Europe, 197, Political Maps of Western Europe, 197,

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Europe & Russia (continued) SE/TE: Political Maps of Southern Europe, 199, Political Maps of Russia and Neighboring Countries, 202, World Political Maps 204, Atlas, 204, World Physical Maps, 206, Political Maps of Europe, 212, Physical Maps of Europe, 214, Physical Maps of Asia, 217 Latin America SE/TE: Maps, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 15, 18, 20, 24, 29, 34, 44, 46, 52, 61, 81, 82, 84, 86, 87, 90, 97, 98, 103, 108, 114, 121, 127, 128, 130, 136, 141, 143, 149, 155, 166, 170, 174, 172, 174, 175, 176, 180, 181, 182, 185, 186, 188, 189, 190, 182, 194, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205 TE: Teach, 141, 169, 171, 172, 178, Explore, 169, 171, 172 United States & Canada SE/TE: Maps, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 17, 18, 263, 27, 29, 32, 36, 39, 41, 42, 58, 65, 70, 83, 86, 88, 89, 94, 100, 103, 106, 113, 118, 120, 126, 131, 134, 139, 150, 151, 152, 154, 155, 156, 160, 161, 163, 166, 168, 170, 172, 174, 176, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187 TE: Engage, 150, 153, Teach, 149, 151, 152, 153, 154, Explore, 147, 149, 151, 153, 154 Geography SE/TE: Physical Map, 1-2, 13, Maps of South Asian Vegetation Regions, 4, Maps of South Asia Climate Regions, 5, Maps of South Asian Population Density, 5, Maps of World Population Density, 6, Population Density, 6-7, Maps and Globes, 10, 14-15, Latitude and Longitude in Maps and Globes, 10, 11, 29, Physical Maps of North America, 13, 137, Distortion in Maps and Globes, 15, Scale in Maps and Globes, 15, 19, 166, Mercator Projections and Maps and Globes, 16, Peters Projections and Maps and Globes, 17, Parts of a Map, 18, Maps of Zones of Latitudes, 29, Maps of Continents, Oceans, and Seas, 32, Maps of Continental Movement, 33, Maps of Plate Boundaries, 34, Maps of World Wind Patterns, 35, Maps of World Climate Regions, 38-39, Maps of Ocean Currents, 41,

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Geography (Continued) SE/TE: Maps of World Ocean Currents, 41,Maps of World Natural Vegetation, 44-45, Contour maps of Japan, 57, Maps of Cuba and U.S. Gulf Coast, 65, Distribution Maps, 70-71, Maps of Population Distribution in Mexico, 71, Maps of Major Language Groups, 84, Maps of Major Religions, 86, Skills Scope and Sequence, Locating Information 98-99, Maps of World Natural Resources, 106, Maps of World Economic Activity, 114, Maps of the Caribbean, 130, Maps of Central America, 130, Political Maps of the World, 130-131, Maps of West Africa, 131, Maps of the South Pole, 132, Maps of the North Pole, 133, Physical Maps of Europe, 139, Maps of Europe, 139, Physical Maps of Norway, 56, Physical Maps of South America, 137, Physical Maps of the World, 132-133, Political Maps of Africa, 140, Political Maps of Asia, 142, Political Maps of Europe, 138, Political Maps of North America, 136, Political Maps of South America, 136, Political Maps of the United States, 134135, Physical Maps of Africa, 141, Physical Maps of Asia, 143 The Ancient World SE/TE: Strong Rulers Unite Warring Kingdoms, 134-139; The Spread of Greek Culture, 175-179; Maps, 46, 110, 141, 210 TE: Lesson Plan, 134-135, 175-177; Background, 136, 138, 178; Activity, 137, 178 Europe and Russia SE/TE: Ukraine: People Working Together, 154160; Activity Shop: Plan a New Railroad Line, 170-171; Maps, 86, 129, 171 TE: Lesson Plan, 154-155; Activity, 157, 159 Geography SE/TE: Why People Migrate, 64-69; Economic and Political Systems, 87-92; Maps, 84, 86, 106, 114; Charts, Graphs and Tables, 96 TE: Lesson Plan, 64-65, 87-89; Activity, 66, 91; Background, 67, 68, 90, 91

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Community connections to other places · Dependence and interdependence · Access and movement

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Latin America SE/TE: European Conquest, 43-49; Maps, 46, 52, 98 TE: Lesson Plan, 43-44; Background, 45, 46; Activity, 45 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: The Crusades, 117-121; The Age of Exploration, 143-149; Our Shrinking Globe, 210-215; Maps, 113, 119, 123, 131, 146, 159, 165, 213 TE: Lesson Plan, 117-119, 143-146, 210-212; Activity, 120, 144, 148, 212, 213, 214; Background, 143, 145 The United States and Canada SE/TE: Partners and Friends: The United States and Canada today, 56-63; British Columbia: Ties to the Pacific Rim, 130135; Maps, 32, 70, 103, 134 TE: Lesson Plan, 56-57, 130-132; Background, 58, 59, 133; Activity, 60, 132, 134

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The Physical Characteristics of Places and Regions Describe the physical characteristics of places and regions. Components of Earth's physical systems (e. g., clouds, storms, relief and elevation [topography], tides, biomes, tectonic plates) The Ancient World SE/TE: The Geography of the Nile, 61-66; The Geography of China's River Valleys, 123128; Activity Shop: Rivers that Flood, 150; Maps, 3, 6, 86, 94 TE: Lesson Plans, 61-62, 123-124; Background, 63, 64, 125, 126, 127; Activity, 65, 125, 126 Europe and Russia SE/TE: Land and Water, 9-15; Climate and Vegetation, 16-23; Maps, 18, 180; Charts, Graphs, and Tables, 17, 192' TE: Lesson Plan, 9-11, 16-17; Activity, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20; Background, 14, 18, 19, 20 Geography SE/TE: Our Planet, The Earth, 27-30; Land, Air, and Water, 31-36; Climate and What influences it, 37-42; Activity Shop: The Earth's Seasons, 52; Maps, 5, 13, 33, 34, 35, 38, 41, 42, 57, 65, 80; Charts, Tables, and Graphs, 28, 30, 36, 52, 119 TE: Lesson Plan, 27-29, 31-32, 37-38; Activity, 28, 33, 35, 39, 40, 41; Background, 33, 34, 39

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Comparison of the physical characteristics of different places and regions (e. g., soil, vegetation, climate, topography)

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Describe the physical processes that shape patterns on Earth's surface. Earth- sun relationships (i.e., differences between equinoxes and solstices, reasons they occur and their relationship to latitude) Geography SE/TE: Sun-Powered House, 120; Latitude and Longitude in Maps and Globes, 10, 11, 29; Physical Maps of North America, 13, 137; Distortion in Maps and Globes, 15; Scale in Maps and Globes, 15, 19, 166; Mercator Projections and Maps and Globes, 16; Peters Projections and Maps and Globes, 17; Parts of a Map, 18; Maps of Zones of Latitudes, 29; Maps of Continents, Oceans, and Seas, 32; Maps of Continental Movement, 33; Maps of Plate Boundaries, 34; Maps of World Wind Patterns, 35; Maps of World Climate Regions, 38-39; Maps of Ocean Currents, 41; Maps of World Ocean Currents, 41 Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: Climate and Vegetation, 15-16; Natural Resources, 19-21; Natural Resources, 7075; Land and Water, 117; Climate and Vegetation, 120-122; Natural Resources, 126-127; Israel: Building It's Economy, 143-146; Australia: Three Ways of Life, 180 TE: 15-16, 19-21, 70-75; 117; 120-122; 126127, 143-146, 180 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Maps of the Climate Regions of Europe and Russia, 3 Geography SE/TE: Maps of South Asia Climate Regions, 5; Maps of World Climate Regions, 38-39; Maps of Ocean Currents, 41

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Climate types (e. g., marine west coast, humid continental, tropical wet and dry) Climate change, (e. g., global warming/ cooling, desertification, glaciations)

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Describe the human characteristics of places and regions by their cultural characteristics. Ethnicity of people at the county and state levels (e. g., customs, celebrations, languages, religions) Spatial arrangement of cultures creates distinctive landscapes (e. g., cultural regions based on languages, customs, religion, building styles as in the Pennsylvania German region) Africa SE/TE: Kingdoms and Empires, 37-38; The Cultures of North Africa, 63-66; The Cultures of East Africa, 77-78; Egypt: Hearing The Call of Islam, 93-96; Ethiopia: Churches and Mosques, 135-137 TE: 37-38, 63-66, 77-78, 93-96, 135-137 Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: Historic Traditions, 29-30, 32; People and Cultures, 35; China: Transforming Itself, 41; The Cultures of South Asia, 81-86; India: In The Midst of Change 92-93; The Cultures of Southwest Asia 134-137; The Cultures of Central Asia, 141-142; Saudi Arabia; Oil and Islam, 150-151

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Asia and The Pacific TE: 28A-B, 80A-B, 132A-B, 29, 35, 41, 81-86, 92-93, 134-137, 141-142, 150-151; Chapter and Section Support, 19, 22, 55, 61, 93, 96; Guided Reading and Review, 20, 23, 56, 62; Social Studies and Geography Skills Booklet 48, 50; Outline Maps China and Neighboring Countries: Political, 41; Japan and The Koreas: Political, 42; Nystrom Desk Atlas The Ancient World SE/TE: Judaism, 51-55, Egyptian Religion, 73-78, The Beginnings of Hinduism, 101-105, The Beginnings of Buddhism, 106-110, Major World Religions, 117, Confucius and His Teachings 129-133, Greek Religion, Philosophy, and Literature, 162, 163, A New Religion: Christianity, 108212 TE: 51-55, 73-78, 101-105, 106-110, 162, 163 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: The Rise and Spread of Islam, 15-20, The Religion of Islam, 21-25, The Mayas, 6061, The Aztecs, 62-64, The Church in the Middle Ages, 111, 112, The Crusades, 117-121, The Reformation, 140-142 TE: 15-20, 21-25, 60-61, 62-64, 111, 112, 117121, 140, 142 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Christianity, 38; Renaissance, 41; Ethnic Groups in Eastern Europe, 83-84; Baltic Languages, 83; Groups of Languages in Eastern Europe, 83-84; Non-IndoEuropean Languages, 83; Romance Languages, 83; Languages, 83; ThracoIllyrian Languages, 83; Religion in Eastern Europe, 84; Roman Catholicism, 84, 121123; Russian Orthodox, 88, 89, 147, 162; Religion in Soviet Union, 88-89; Ethnic Groups in Russia, 88-89; 162; Languages of Russia, 89; Buddhism, 89; Eastern Orthodox, 89; Slavic Monument to Heroic Workers, Socialist Realism, 90; Ethnic Groups in United Kingdom, 98; Religion in France, 105; Art of France, 108; Languages of France, 111; Religion in Sweden, 115; Religion in Italy, 122, 123; Futurism, 124; Ethnic Groups in Germany, 128; Religion in Poland, 140, 141-142;

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Europe & Russia (continued) SE/TE: Polish Language, 142-142; Languages in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 147; Christian Orthodox, 147; Serbo-Croatian Languages, 147; Ethnic Groups in BosniaHerzegovina, 147; Religion in BosniaHerzegovina, 147-148; Islam, 148; Ethnic Groups in Ukraine, 155; Ukrainian Orthodox, 155; Ukrainian Languages 157158; Russian Art, 167TE: 74, 76, 77, 78, 83, 84, 90, 91, 92 Geography SE/TE: Cultural Importance of Language Groups, 78, 85; Importance of Language to Culture, 78, 85; Cultural Trait, 78, 161; Cultural Landscape, 79, 161; Religion, 8182, 85, 86; Islam, 82, 85, 86; Structure in Culture, 82-84; Importance of Family to Culture, 83; Christianity, 85; Judaism, 86; Protestantism, 86; Roman Catholicism, 86; Cultural Diffusion, 95, 161; Social Technology and Culture, 94-95; Technology and the Speed of Change, 96 TE: 78, 85, 95, 96

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Describe the human characteristics of places and regions by their settlement characteristics. Current and past settlement patterns in the local area Factors that affected where people settled in the past Factors that affect the growth and decline of settlements (e. g., immigration, transportation development, exhaustion of natural resources) Africa SE/TE: Africa's First People, 33-34; Cultures of North Africa, 66-67; Algeria: The Casbah and The Countryside, 100-101 TE: 33-34, 66-67, 100-101 Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: Historic Traditions, 31-32 The Ancient World SE/TE: Linking Geography and History, 12, 13, The Beginnings of Civilization, 19-23 The Geographic Setting of the Fertile Crescent, 29-31, The Geography of the Nile, 61-66, India's Geographic Setting, 95-97, The Geography of China's River Valleys, 123126, Greece's Geographic Setting, 153154, Rome's Geographic Setting, 192 TE: 12, 13, 19-23, 29-31, 61-66, 95-97, 123126, 153-154, 192

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Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Constantinople's Geography, 10, Geography of the Arabian Peninsula, 1517, The Bantu Migrations, 37-42, The Geographic Setting, 59, Maps, 3, 36, TE: 10, 15-17, 37-42, 59, 3, 36 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Mesopotamia, 34; Renaissance and Revolution, 40-45; Industrial Revolution and Nationalism 48-53; Population of London During Industrial Revolution, 49; Population of Paris During Industrial Revolution, 49; Imperial Russia, 54-59; The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union, 6065; World War I and Russia, 61-62; Russia and World War II, 62, 63; Immigrants in Western Europe, 76-77; Germany and World War II, 78-79, 128-129, 149; Soviet Control of Czechoslovakia after World War II, 85-86; France and World War II, 108; Immigration to France, 110-111; Emigration From Sweden in the 1800s, 116; Ukraine and World War II, 155; TE: 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 42, 43, 49, 50, 51, 52, 55, 56, 57, 58, 61, 62, 63, 64; Geography SE/TE: Where Do People Live?, 55-59; A Growing Population, 60-63; Why People Migrate, 64-69; TE: 57, 58, 62, 66, 67 68,

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Describe the human characteristics of places and regions by their economic activities. Spatial distribution of economic activities in the local area (e. g., patterns of agriculture, forestry, mining, retailing, manufacturing, services) Factors that influence the location and spatial distribution of economic activities (e. g., market size for different types of business, accessibility, modes of transportation used to move people, goods and materials) Africa SE/TE: Natural Resources, 24-25; Issues for Africa Today, 53-55; The Cultures of Central and South Africa, 82; Ghana: First in Independence, 119; Mali: The Desert is Coming, 125; Tanzania: When People Cooperate, 142-143; Democratic Republic of Congo: Rich but Poor, 163-165 TE: 24-25, 53-55, 82, 119, 125, 142-143, 163165

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Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: Japan: Tradition and Change, 45-49; Pakistan: Economic Progress, 96-100; Israel: Building its Economy, 143-147; Australia; Three Ways of Life, 179-181 TE: 45-49, 96-100, 143-147; Chapter and Section Support, 28, 30, 38, 64, 66, 97, 99, 110, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127; Guided Reading and Review, 29, 65, 98; Social Studies and Geography Skills Booklet; Outline Maps Japan and The Koreas: Political, 42; South Asia: Political, 37; Saudi Arabia; Political, 30 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Economic Development and the Environment, 213-215 TE: 213-215 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Trade and Economics, 39, 42; Communism and Economics, 61; Economics in Soviet Union, 64-65; Economics of European Union, 79; Political Map, 86, 188; Political Map of Eastern Europe, 86, 200; Country Profile of Great Britain, 98; Country Profile of France, 105; Country Profile of Sweden, 115; Country Profile of Italy, 122; Country Profile of Germany, 128; Country Profile of Poland 140; Country Profile of BosniaHerzegovina, 147; Country Profile of Ukraine, 155; Economics of Ukraine, 157; Country Profile of Russia, 162; Political Map of Northern Europe, 195; Political Map of Western Europe, 197; Political Map of Western Europe, 197; Political Map of Southern Europe, 199; Political Map of Russia and Neighboring Countries, 202; Political Map of Europe, 212 TE: 86, 115 Geography SE/TE: Early Political Systems, 81; Economic and Political Systems, 87-92 TE: 90, 91

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Africa SE/TE: Africa's First People, 33-34; Cultures of North Africa, 66-67; Algeria: The Casbah and The Countryside, 100-101 TE: 33-34, 66-67, 100-101 Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: Historic Traditions, 31-32 The Ancient World SE/TE: Linking Geography and History, 12, 13, The Beginnings of Civilization, 19-23 The Geographic Setting of the Fertile Crescent, 29-31, The Geography of the Nile, 61-66, India's Geographic Setting, 95-97, The Geography of China's River Valleys, 123126, Greece's Geographic Setting, 153154, Rome's Geographic Setting, 192 TE: 12, 13, 19-23, 29-31, 61-66, 95-97, 123126, 153-154, 192 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Constantinople's Geography, 10, Geography of the Arabian Peninsula, 1517, The Bantu Migrations, 37-42, The Geographic Setting, 59, Maps, 3, 36, TE: 10, 15-17, 37-42, 59, 3, 36 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Mesopotamia, 34; Renaissance and Revolution, 40-45; Industrial Revolution and Nationalism 48-53; Population of London During Industrial Revolution, 49; Population of Paris During Industrial Revolution, 49; Imperial Russia, 54-59; The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union, 6065; World War I and Russia, 61-62; Russia and World War II, 62, 63; Immigrants in Western Europe, 76-77; Germany and World War II, 78-79, 128-129, 149; Soviet Control of Czechoslovakia after World War II, 85-86; France and World War II, 108; Immigration to France, 110-111; Emigration From Sweden in the 1800s, 116; Ukraine and World War II, 155; TE: 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 42, 43, 49, 50, 51, 52, 55, 56, 57, 58, 61, 62, 63, 64; Geography SE/TE: Where Do People Live?, 55-59; A Growing Population, 60-63; Why People Migrate, 64-69; TE: 57, 58, 62, 66, 67 68

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Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: China: Transforming Itself, 40-44; The Koreas: A Divided Land, 50-53, Vietnam: A Reunited Nation, 101-105; Kazakstan: Beyond Independence, 153-157 TE: 40-44, 50-53, 101-105, 153-157; Chapter and Section Support, 25, 27, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 67, 103, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109; Guided Reading and Review, 26, 32, 68, 104; Social Studies and Geography Skills Booklet; Outline Maps China and Neighboring Countries: Political, 41; Japan and The Koreas: Political, 42; East Asia: Political, 40 The Ancient World SE/TE: Governing the City States, 156-158, Rome Becomes a Republic, 194, The End of the Republic, 195, The Roman Empire, 197199 TR: Section Quiz, 61, 98, Reproducible Lesson Plans, 120, Guided Reading and Review, 75, 121, Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Nation Building Begins, 125-127, Limits on Monarchs, 169-173, The Enlightenment, 174-179, Revolution and Imperialism, 188-193, World Wars and Revolution, 197-203, Breaking Colonial Ties, 204-209 TE: 125-127, 169-173, 174-179, 188-193, 197203, 204, 209 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Mesopotamia, 34; Renaissance and Revolution, 40-45; Industrial Revolution and Nationalism 48-53; Population of London During Industrial Revolution, 49; Population of Paris During Industrial Revolution, 49; Imperial Russia, 54-59; The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union, 6065; World War I and Russia, 61-62; Russia and World War II, 62, 63; Immigrants in Western Europe, 76-77; Germany and World War II, 78-79, 128-129, 149; Soviet Control of Czechoslovakia after World War II, 85-86; France and World War II, 108; Immigration to France, 110-111; Emigration From Sweden in the 1800s, 116; Ukraine and World War II, 155; TE: 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 42, 43, 49, 50, 51, 52, 55, 56, 57, 58, 61, 62, 63, 64;

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Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: Historic Traditions, 30-33; Exploring Technology, 33, 124; Japan: Tradition and Change, 47; Links to Math, 84; Links to Science, 127, 155; Israel Building it's Economy, 143-145 TE: 28A-B, 114A-B, 132-A-B, 30-33, 33, 47, 124, 143-145 The Ancient World SE/TE: Exploring Technology, 76, 201, The Art of Writing, 42-44, Phoenician Alphabet, 47, Writing In China, 126, Achievements of the Egyptians, 81-84, Achievements of Ancient China, 140-145, Greek Culture Spreads, 177-179, Architecture and Technology, 200, 201 TE: 42-43, 47, 76, 126, 81-84, 140-145, 177179, 200, 201 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: The Mayas, 60, 70, The Aztecs, 62, 64, The Incas, 65-70, Towns Grow as Trade Revives, 113, 114, The Renaissance and Reformation, 136-166, The Age of Reason, 174, 175-177, The Industrial Revolution, 182-187, The First Computer, 211 TE: 60, 70, 62-64, 65-70, 113, 114, 136-166, 175-177, 182-187, 211 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Greece's Accomplishments Live On 34: The Greek Heritage, 34-35; Read Actively, 34 TE: 33, 34, 35 Geography SE/TE: Greek Alphabet, 85; Languages of Egypt 85 Africa SE/TE: Africa's First People, 31-34; Egypt: Hearing The Call of Islam, 95; Ethiopia: Churches and Mosques 138 TE: 31-32, 95, 138

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Describe the impacts of physical systems on people. How people depend on, adjust to and modify physical systems on regional scale (e. g., coastal industries, development of coastal communities, flood control) Geography SE/TE: Population Density, 6-7, 58-59, 165; Environment, 12, 162; Great Hanshin Earthquake, 31; Volcanoes, 31-32, 33, 34, 155; Basic Elements of the Earth, 32; Crust, 33, 161; Plate Tectonics, 33, 165; Plate Boundaries, 34; Plate Boundaries and Volcanoes, 34; Atmosphere, 35; Air Pollution, 39, 114, 119; Clear-Cut Logging, 45; Population Distribution, 5558, 70, 165; Population Distribution and Farming, 56; Challenges of Population Growth, 62-63; World Population Growth, A.D. 1200-2000, 63; Deforestation, 63, 118, 161; Migration, 64; 164; Urbanization, 68, 167; Urban Area, 68, 167; Social Structure, 82-84, 85, 166; Pollution, 94; International Travel, 96; Transportation System, 112, 167; Water Pollution, 114, 117; Acid Rain and Pollution, 118-119; Pesticides and Pollution, 119; Greenhouse Effect, 119; Skin Cancer, 119 TE: 33, 34, 45, 62, 114, 115, 119 Africa SE/TE: Africa: Physical Geography, 8-29 TE: 8-29 Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: East Asia Physical Geography, 8-21; South and Southeast Asia, 60-75 TE: 8-20, 60-75; Guided Reading and Review, 5, 8, 11, 41, 44, 47, 77, 80, 83; Social Studies and Geography Skills Booklet 26, 31, 49; Outline Maps East Asia: Physical, 39; East Asia: Political, 40; Japan and The Koreas, 42; China and Neighboring Countries: Political, 41; South Asia: Physical, 36; South Asia: Political, 37; Southwest Asia: Physical, 28; South Asia: Physical, 36; Northern Eurasia: Political, 26; Saudi Arabia: Political, 30; Nystrom Desk Atlas

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Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: The Byzantine and Muslim Empires, 8-34, Civilizations of Africa, 36-56, The Ancient Americas, 58-78, Civilizations of Asia, 82-102, Europe in the Middle Ages, 104- 130, A new Age in Europe, 136-166, Changes in the Western World, 168-194, A Century in Turmoil, 196- 220, 225, 2, 244, 249, 251, 253, 255, 256, 257, 258, TE: 8-34, 36-56, 58-78, 82-102, 104-130, 136166, 168-194, 196-220, 225, 2, 244, 249, 251, 253, 255, 256, 257, 258 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Population Density of Russia, 5, 10; Population Density of Europe, 5; Population Density of the Netherlands, 10; Population of the Northwestern Highlands, 12; Air Pollution and the Danube River, 15; Water Pollution, 15; Air Pollution in Siberia, 29; Pollution, 29; Environmental Protection in Siberia, 29; Immigrants in Western Europe, 76-77; Migration 82, 233; Immigration to France, 110-111; Population Density, 234; Emigration from Sweden in the 1800s, 116; Migration of Polish People to Cities, 144-145; Emigration, 232; Immigrants, 233 TE: 49 Geography SE/TE: Great Hanshin Earthquake, 31; Volcanoes, 31-32, 33, 34, 155; Basic Elements of the Earth, 32; Crust, 33, 161; Plate Tectonics, 33, 165; Plate Boundaries, 34; Plate Boundaries and Volcanoes, 34; Atmosphere, 35

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Ways in which people adjust to live in hazardprone areas (e. g., California and earthquakes, Florida and hurricanes, Oklahoma and tornadoes)

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Europe & Russia SE/TE: Population Density of Russia, 5, 10; Population Density of Europe, 5; Population Density of the Netherlands, 10; Population of the Northwestern Highlands, 12; Air Pollution and the Danube River, 15; Water Pollution, 15; Air Pollution in Siberia, 29; Pollution, 29; Environmental Protection in Siberia, 29; Immigrants in Western Europe, 76-77; Migration 82, 233; Immigration to France, 110-111; Population Density, 234; Emigration from Sweden in the 1800s, 116; Migration of Polish People to Cities, 144-145; Emigration, 232; Immigrants, 233 TE: 49

STANDARDS FOR CIVICS AND GOVERNMENT, GRADE 6 5.1. A. Principles and Documents of Government Explain the purpose of government. Latin America SE/TE: Government, 41, Political Movements of the Mayas, 93, Land Rights of the Mayas, 91-93, Self-Government of Africans, 52, Cuba: Clinging to Communism, 107-112, Haiti: The Road to Democracy 113-117, Government in Brazil, 132, 133-134, Government in Chile, 143, 146, Government in Cuba, 108-109, Independence, 50-54, Revolution, 50, 113, 200 TE: Teach, 51, Background, 109, 111, Engage, 113 United States and Canada SE/TE: Growth, Settlement, and Civil War in the United States, 38-43, Growth, Settlement, and Independence in Canada, 50-55, Communism, 48, 200, American Constitution, 37, 89, Democracy, 39, 55, Equal Rights, 39, 47, 48-49, 77 TE: 32C, 68C, 118C, Background, 42, Engage, 44, Explore, 51 Geography SE/TE: Representative Democracy, 91, 166, Revolution, 28, 166, Government Defined, 90, 162, Early Forms Of, 81, Political Systems, 90-92 TE: 28, 81, 90, 91, 162, 166, Oldest Parliament, 91

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Africa SE/TE: Egypt: Hearing The Call of Islam, 93-97, Ghana: First in Independence, 115-120, Tanzania: When People Cooperate, 140145, Democratic Republic of Congo: Rich but Poor, 161-165, South Africa: The end of Apartheid, 168-173 TE: 92c, 93-97, 115-120, 140-145 Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: China: Transforming Itself, 40-44, The Koreas: A Divided Land, 50-53, Vietnam: A Reunited Nation, 101-105, Kazakstan: Beyond Independence, 153-157 TE: 40-44, 50-53, 101-105, 153-157, Chapter and Section Support, 25, 27, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 67, 103, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Before You Read, 33, Greece's Accomplishments Live On 34, Mesopotamia, 34, The Greek Heritage, 3435 TE: 32, 33, 34 Geography SE/TE: Greek Alphabet, 85, Languages of Egypt 85 United States and Canada SE/TE: Growth, Settlement, and Civil War in the United States, 38-43, Growth, Settlement, and Independence in Canada, 50-55, Communism, 48, 200, American Constitution, 37, 89, Democracy, 39, 55, Equal Rights, 39, 47, 48-49, 77 TE: 32C, 68C, 118C, Background, 42, Engage, 44, Explore, 51

B.

Explain the importance of the rule of law for the protection of individual rights and the common good in the community, state, nation and world.

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The Ancient World SE/TE: Government, 21, 68-72, 132-133, 137-139, 156-159, 194-196, 197-199 TE: Activity, 69, 71, 137, 157, 195, 199; Background, 69, 70, 71, 132, 138, 156, 157, 194, 195, 199 Europe and Russia SE/TE: Government, 34-35, 43-45, 50-51, 89, 99, 118-119; Democracy, 34-35, 50, 100, 161, 232 TE: Background, 35, 51; Activity, 43, 118 Geography SE/TE: Government, 81, 90, 162; Political Systems, 90-92 TE: Background, 91; Activity, 91 Latin America SE/TE: Government, 41 The United States and Canada SE/TE: Political Systems, 39, 48, 55 The United States and Canada SE/TE: American Constitution, 37, 89; Declaration of Independence, 37, 89 Note: Information relating to this standard can be found in Prentice Hall programs focusing on Civics and the history of American Government, such as Civics ©2001, The American Nation ©2001, America: Pathways to the Present ©2001, and Magruder's American Government, which can be previewed at www.phschool.com. Note: Information relating to this standard can be found in Prentice Hall programs focusing on Civics and the history of American Government, such as Civics ©2001, The American Nation ©2001, America: Pathways to the Present ©2001, and Magruder's American Government, which can be previewed at www.phschool.com. Information relating to this standard can be found in Prentice Hall programs focusing on Civics and the history of American Government, such as Civics ©2001, The American Nation ©2001, America: Pathways to the Present ©2001, and Magruder's American Government, which can be previewed at www.phschool.com.

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E.

Explain the basic principles and ideals within documents of Pennsylvania government. · Charter of 1681 · Charter of Privileges · Pennsylvania Constitution · Pennsylvania Declaration of Rights Explain the basic principles and ideals within documents of United States government.

F.

Explain the meaning of the Preamble to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and compare to the Preamble of the Constitution of the United States.

G.

Describe the proper use, display and respect for the United States Flag and explain the significance of patriotic activities. · Reciting The Pledge of Alliance · Standing for The National Anthem

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Describe and compare the making of rules by direct democracy and by representative democracy.

The Ancient World SE/TE: Democracy, 157-158, 277 Geography SE/TE: Democracy, 91 Europe and Russia SE/TE: Democracy, 34-35, 50, 100, 161, 232 Latin America SE/TE: Democracy, 113 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Democracy, 151, 210, 277 The United States and Canada SE/TE: Democracy, 39, 55 The Ancient World SE/TE: Government, 21, 68-72, 132-133, 137-139, 156-159, 194-196, 197-199 TE: Activity, 69, 71, 137, 157, 195, 199; Background, 69, 70, 71, 132, 138, 156, 157, 194, 195, 199 Europe and Russia SE/TE: Government, 34-35, 43-45, 50-51, 89, 99, 118-119; Democracy, 34-35, 50, 100, 161, 232 TE: Background, 35, 51; Activity, 43, 118 Geography SE/TE: Government, 81, 90, 162; Political Systems, 90-92 TE: Background, 91; Activity, 91 Latin America SE/TE: Government, 41 The United States and Canada SE/TE: Political Systems, 39, 48, 55

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Describe how the government protects individual rights and promotes the common good.

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Explain the role of courts in resolving conflicts over the principles and ideals of government · Local · State · Federal

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M.

Explain the basic principles and ideals found in famous speeches and writings.

The Ancient World SE: Literature: "The Envious Buffalo," 120, "The Sirens," 186, Student Art: Krishna, 102, Trojan Horse, 155, Land Between Two Rivers, 29, The Legacy of Mesopotamia, 40-43, Judaism, 51-53, The Cultures of the Ancient Egyptians, 79, 83, The Beginnings of Buddhism, 108, Confucius and His Teachings, 131 TE: 29, 40-43, 51-53, 79, 83, 108, 120, 131, 186 Medieval Times to Today SE: Literature: "The Americas in 1492," 80, Of Swords and Sorcerers," 132, Student Art: My Village, 96, Zoo, 208, The Religion of Islam, 23, Islam's Golden Age, 30-33, Golden Ages in China, 87, The Crusades, 120, Kings and Popes, 127, The Age of Exploration, 145, The Enlightenment, 178 TE: 8A-B, 23, 30-33, 80, 87, 120, 127, 132, 145 Asia and the Pacific SE: Language, 38, 42, 83, 135, 155, 175, 176, Cultural Diffusion, 32, 249, Religions 32, 35, 41, 81-82, 83, 86, 88, 95, 134-135, 141, 142

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Language, 33, 38, 39, 70, 75-77, 102, 109, 111, 135, 137, 142, 150, 163, 170, Folktales, 73, Farming, 17, 19, 22-24, 32, 54, 78, 101, 236, Religion, 36-38, 63-66, 77-78, 93-96, 102, 113, 118, 136-137, 162 TE: Daily Life 19, 37, 77, 95, 120, 150, 164, Links Across Place 11, 45, 112, 115, 142, Cultures of Africa, 62 A-D Europe & Russia SE: Christianity, 38, Renaissance, 41, Ethnic Groups in Eastern Europe, 83-84, Baltic Languages, 83, Groups of Languages in Eastern Europe, 83-84, Non-IndoEuropean Languages, 83, Eastern Europe: Language Groups, 83, Romance Languages, 83, Languages, 83, ThracoIllyrian Languages, 83, Religion in Eastern Europe, 84, Roman Catholicism, 84, 121123, Russian Orthodox, 88, 89, 147, 162, Religion in Soviet Union, 88-89, Ethnic Groups in Russia, 88-89, 162, Languages of Russia, 89, Russia's Ethnic Mix, 88-89, Buddhism, 89, Eastern Orthodox, 89, Slavic Monument to Heroic Workers, Socialist Realism, 90, Ethnic Groups in United Kingdom, 98, Religion in France, 105, Art of France, 108, Languages of France, 111, Religion in Sweden, 115, Religion in Italy, 122, 123, Futurism, 124, Ethnic Groups in Germany, 128, Religion in Poland, 140, 141-142, Polish Language, 142-142, Languages in BosniaHerzegovina, 147, Christian Orthodox, 147, Serbo-Croatian Languages, 147, Ethnic Groups in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 147, Religion in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 147148, Islam, 148, Ethnic Groups in Ukraine, 155, Ukrainian Orthodox, 155, Ukrainian Languages 157-158, Russian Art, 167 TE: 74, 76, 77, 78, 83, 84, 90, 91, 92

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Geography SE: Cultural Importance of Language Groups, 78, 85, Importance of Language to Culture, 78, 85, Cultural Trait, 78, 161, Cultural Landscape, 79, 161, Religion, 8182, 85, 86, Islam, 82, 85, 86, Structure in Culture, 82-84, Importance of Family to Culture, 83, Christianity, 85, Judaism, 86, Protestantism, 86, Roman Catholicism, 86, Cultural Diffusion, 95, 161, Social Technology and Culture, 94-95, Technology and the Speed of Change, 96 TE: 78, 85, 95, 96 United States and Canada SE: Growth and History of United States and Canada, 32-67, Cultures of the US and Canada, 68-85, Exploring the Present Day United States, 86-117, Exploring Present Day Canada, 118-139 TE: Growth and History of US and Canada, 32a-32d, Cultures of the US and Canada, 68a-68d, Exploring Present Day United States, 86a-86d, Exploring Present Day Canada 118a-118d Latin America SE: Cultures of Mexico and Central America, 63-67, Cultures of Caribbean, 68-72, Cultures of South America, 73-77, Mexico, 83-88, Guatemala, 89-93, Panama, 96-101, Cuba, 107-112, Haiti, 113-117, Puerto Rico, 120-125, Brazil, 129-134, Peru, 135-139, Chile, 142-147, Venezuela, 148-153 TE: Cultures of Latin America, 62a-62d, Exploring Mexico and Central America, 82a-82d, Exploring the Caribbean, 106a106d, Exploring South America, 128a128d

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Latin America SE/TE: Citizen, 121, 218 United States and Canada SE/TE: American Constitution, 37, 89, Democracy, 39, 55, Equal Rights, 39, 47, 48-49, 77 TE: 32C, 68C, 118C, Background, 42, Engage, 44, Explore, 51

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United States and Canada SE/TE: American Constitution, 37, 89, Democracy, 39, 55, Equal Rights, 39, 47, 48-49, 77 TE: 32C, 68C, 118C, Background, 42, Engage, 44, Explore, 51 Note: Information relating to this standard can be found in Prentice Hall programs focusing on Civics and the history of American Government, such as Civics ©2001, The American Nation ©2001, America: Pathways to the Present ©2001, and Magruder's American Government, which can be previewed at www.phschool.com.

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Latin America SE/TE: Citizen, 121, 218 Africa SE/TE: The Cultures of North Africa, 64-68, The Cultures of Central and Southern Africa, 81-83, Democratic Republic of Congo: Rich but Poor, 164-165, South Africa: The End of Apartheid, 168-173 TE: 64-68, 164-165, 168-173 Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: China: Transforming Itself, 40-44, The Koreas: A Divided Land, 50-53, Vietnam: A Reunited Nation, 101-105, Kazakstan: Beyond Independence, 153-157 TE: 40-44, 50-53, 101-105, 153-157, Chapter and Section Support, 25, 27, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 67, 103, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, Guided Reading and Review, 26, 32, 68, 104, Social Studies and Geography Skills Booklet, Outline Maps China and Neighboring Countries: Political, 41, Japan and The Koreas: Political, 42, East Asia: Political, 40 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Civil Disobedience, 207, 277 The United States and Canada SE/TE: Civil Rights Movement, 48-49, 200 Latin America SE/TE: Government, 41, Political Movements of the Mayas, 93, Land Rights of the Mayas, 91-93, Self-Government of Africans, 52, Cuba: Clinging to Communism, 107-112, Haiti: The Road to Democracy 113-117, Government in Brazil, 132, 133-134, Government in Chile, 143, 146, Government in Cuba, 108-109, Independence, 50-54, Revolution, 50, 113, 200 TE: Teach, 51, Background, 109, 111, Engage, 113 United States and Canada SE/TE: Growth, Settlement, and Civil War in the United States, 38-43, Growth, Settlement, and Independence in Canada, 50-55, Communism, 48, 200, American Constitution, 37, 89, Democracy, 39, 55, Equal Rights, 39, 47, 48-49, 77

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Identify examples of the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Describe the impact of the consequences of violating rules and laws. Explain the importance of evaluating political decisions.

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United States and Canada TE: 32C, 68C, 118C, Background, 42, Engage, 44, Explore, 51 Geography SE/TE: Representative Democracy, 91, 166, Revolution, 28, 166, Government Defined, 90, 162, Early Forms Of, 81, Political Systems, 90-92 TE: 28, 81, 90, 91, 162, 166, Oldest Parliament, 91 Africa SE/TE: Egypt: Hearing The Call of Islam, 93-97, Ghana: First in Independence, 115-120, Tanzania: When People Cooperate, 140145, Democratic Republic of Congo: Rich but Poor, 161-165, South Africa: The end of Apartheid, 168-173 TE: 92c, 93-97, 115-120, 140-145 Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: China: Transforming Itself, 40-44, The Koreas: A Divided Land, 50-53, Vietnam: A Reunited Nation, 101-105, Kazakstan: Beyond Independence, 153-157 TE: 40-44, 50-53, 101-105, 153-157, Chapter and Section Support, 25, 27, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 67, 103, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Before You Read, 33, Greece's Accomplishments Live On 34, Mesopotamia, 34, The Greek Heritage, 3435 TE: 32, 33, 34 Geography SE/TE: Greek Alphabet, 85, Languages of Egypt 85

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The Ancient World SE/TE: Government, 21, 68-72, 132-133, 137-139, 156-159, 194-196, 197-199 TE: Activity, 69, 71, 137, 157, 195, 199; Background, 69, 70, 71, 132, 138, 156, 157, 194, 195, 199 Europe and Russia SE/TE: Government, 34-35, 43-45, 50-51, 89, 99, 118-119; Democracy, 34-35, 50, 100, 161, 232 TE: Background, 35, 51; Activity, 43, 118 Geography SE/TE: Government, 81, 90, 162; Political Systems, 90-92 TE: Background, 91; Activity, 91 Latin America SE/TE: Government, 41 The United States and Canada SE/TE: Political Systems, 39, 48, 55 United States and Canada SE/TE: American Constitution, 37, 89, Democracy, 39, 55, Equal Rights, 39, 47, 48-49, 77 TE: 32C, 68C, 118C, Background, 42, Engage, 44, Explore, 51 The Ancient World SE/TE: Daily Life of the Ancient Greeks, 165169; Daily Life Among the Romans, 203207 TE: Lesson Plans, 165-166, 203-204; Activity, 167, 205, 206; Background, 168, 205, 206 Europe and Russia SE/TE: Great Britain: A Democratic Tradition, 97103 TE: Lesson Plan, 97-99; Background, 99, 101, 102; Activity, 100 Latin America SE/TE: Mexico: One Family's Move to the City, 83-88 TE: Lesson Plan, 83-85; Background, 85, 86; Activity, 87 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Feudalism: A System for Living, 105-110 TE: Lesson Plan, 105-107; Background, 107; Activity, 108

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Describe the responsibilities and powers of the three branches of government. · Checks and balances · Separation of powers

C.

Explain how government actions affect citizens' daily lives.

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Europe and Russia SE/TE: Sweden: A Welfare State, 114-120 TE: Lesson Plan, 114-117; Background, 115, 117, 119; Activity, 116, 118 Latin America SE/TE: Cuba: Clinging to Communism, 107-112; Haiti: The Road to Democracy, 113-117 TE: Lesson Plan, 107-109, 113-115; Background, 109, 111; Activity, 110, 114, 115, 116 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Feudalism: A System for Living, 105-110 TE: Lesson Plan, 105-107; Background, 107; Activity, 108 United States and Canada SE/TE: American Constitution, 37, 89, Democracy, 39, 55, Equal Rights, 39, 47, 48-49, 77 TE: 32C, 68C, 118C, Background, 42, Engage, 44, Explore, 51 The Ancient World SE/TE: Government, 21, 68-72, 132-133, 137-139, 156-159, 194-196, 197-199 TE: Activity, 69, 71, 137, 157, 195, 199; Background, 69, 70, 71, 132, 138, 156, 157, 194, 195, 199 Europe and Russia SE/TE: Government, 34-35, 43-45, 50-51, 89, 99, 118-119; Democracy, 34-35, 50, 100, 161, 232 TE: Background, 35, 51; Activity, 43, 118 Geography SE/TE: Government, 81, 90, 162; Political Systems, 90-92 TE: Background, 91; Activity, 91 Latin America SE/TE: Government, 41 Note: Information relating to this standard can be found in Prentice Hall programs focusing on Civics and the history of American Government, such as Civics ©2001, The American Nation ©2001, America: Pathways to the Present ©2001, and Magruder's American Government, which can be previewed at www.phschool.com.

E. F. G. H. I. J.

Identify major leaders of local, state and national governments, their primary duties and their political party affiliation. Describe the voting process. · Pennsylvania · United States Describe the issues of due process and judicial protection of individual rights Identify individual interests and how they impact government. Describe why and how government raises money to pay for its operations and services. Describe the influence of media in reporting issues.

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Prentice Hall World Explorer: Geography, The Ancient World, Medieval Times to Today, Europe and Russia, Africa, Latin America, The United States and Canada, & Asia and the Pacific ©2001 Correlated to: Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Geography and Civics and Government, (Grade 6) PENNSYLVANIA PROPOSED ACADEMIC STANDARDS K. Describe forms of government. · Limited · Unlimited PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT

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The Ancient World SE/TE: Government, 21, 68-72, 132-133, 137-139, 156-159, 194-196, 197-199 TE: Activity, 69, 71, 137, 157, 195, 199; Background, 69, 70, 71, 132, 138, 156, 157, 194, 195, 199 Europe and Russia SE/TE: Government, 34-35, 43-45, 50-51, 89, 99, 118-119; Democracy, 34-35, 50, 100, 161, 232 TE: Background, 35, 51; Activity, 43, 118 Geography SE/TE: Government, 81, 90, 162; Political Systems, 90-92 TE: Background, 91; Activity, 91 Latin America SE/TE: Government, 41 The United States and Canada SE/TE: Political Systems, 39, 48, 55

5.4. A.

How International Relationships Function Describe the concept that nation- states coexist in a world community. Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Our Shrinking Globe, 210-215 TE: Lesson Plan, 210-212; Activity, 212, 213, 214 Geography SE/TE: Economic and Political Systems, 87-92 TE: Lesson Plan, 87-89; Background, 90, 91; Activity, 91 Latin America SE/TE: Mexico, Regional Data Bank, 181, Country Profile, 84 The United States and Canada SE/TE: Canada, Regional Data Bank, 170-171

B.

Explain the concept of popular sovereignty over a defined territory and the interaction between nation- states. Describe the governments of the countries bordering the United States and their relationships with the United States.

C.

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Prentice Hall World Explorer: Geography, The Ancient World, Medieval Times to Today, Europe and Russia, Africa, Latin America, The United States and Canada, & Asia and the Pacific ©2001 Correlated to: Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Geography and Civics and Government, (Grade 6) PENNSYLVANIA PROPOSED ACADEMIC STANDARDS D. Describe the process that results in a treaty or agreement between the United States and another nation state. E. Explain how nations work together on common environmental problems, natural disasters and trade. PAGE(S) WHERE TAUGHT

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Europe & Russia SE/TE: Pollution, 29; Urbanization, 49, 75, 235; Destructive Nationalism, 51-52; Creative Nationalism, 53; Famine in Russia, 58; Italian Nationalism, 123; Nationalism, 234 TE: 49, 51, 123 Medieval Times to Today SE/TE: Revolution and Imperialism, 193; World Wars and Revolution, 199; World War II, 200-203, The Cultures of Middle America, 61; Our Shrinking Globe, 213-215 TE: 193, 199, 61, 196A-B, 200-203, 213-215 Africa SE/TE: Independence and Its Challenges, 48 TE: 48 Asia and The Pacific SE/TE: The Cultures of Southwest Asia, 137 TE: 137; Chapter and Section Support, 93 Europe & Russia SE/TE: Pollution, 29; Urbanization, 49, 75, 235; Destructive Nationalism, 51-52; Creative Nationalism, 53; Famine in Russia, 58; Italian Nationalism, 123; Nationalism, 234 TE: 49, 51, 123

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