Arkansas Social Studies Learning Standards — Grade 11


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CD.3.AAH.1

Compare and contrast the effects of economic developments in multiple regions of the United States on African American men and women between 1820 and 1877

CD.3.AAH.2

Examine regional perspectives toward the political rights of African American men and women between 1820 and 1877

CD.3.AAH.3

Analyze the responses of free and enslaved African American men and women to regional social, economic, and political conditions during the Civil War and Reconstruction Era

CP.1.AAH.1

Analyze social, economic, and political effects of the transition from indentured servitude to enslaved labor on African Americans

CP.1.AAH.2

Analyze migration patterns, both voluntary and involuntary, from Africa to the Americas using a variety of geographic representations

CP.1.AAH.3

Analyze adaptations in African American culture using a variety of sources from multiple perspectives (e.g., language, religion, music, art, food)

CPI.1.C.1

Analyze the establishment and purposes of government

CPI.1.C.2

Construct explanations comparing and contrasting the ideologies of various governments and ways they have changed over time using multiple sources (e.g., anarchy, oligarchy, monarchy, theocracy, autocracy, direct democracy, representative democracy)

CPI.1.C.3

Analyze the rationale for the structure of the U.S. Constitution using a variety of primary and secondary sources

CPI.1.C.4

Analyze the purpose, organization, authority, and function of each of the three branches of government at the federal and state levels

CPI.2.C.1

Explain how federal, state, and local governments acquire power

CPI.2.C.2

Differentiate among delegated, concurrent, and reserved powers

CPI.2.C.3

Construct arguments about the strengths, weaknesses, and reasons for checks and balances and separation of powers using multiple primary and secondary sources

CPI.2.C.4

Examine ways the powers, responsibilities, and limits of the federal government have changed over time and are still contested

E.6.AAH.1

Analyze the various influences of African Americans on political change during the mid-1900s using primary and secondary sources (e.g., feminism, civil rights organizations, political organizations, and labor unions, military)

E.6.AAH.2

Examine the various influences of African Americans on social change using primary and secondary sources from multiple perspectives (e.g., migration, feminism, military, social organizations)

E.6.AAH.3

Examine various ways African Americans participated in the Civil Rights Movement and the effects of their actions using a variety of primary and secondary sources (e.g., sit-ins, boycotts, marches, speeches, music, methodologies, organizations)

E.6.AAH.4

Analyze the effects of legislative developments on the African American experience between 1950-1970 (e.g., voting, civil rights, fair housing, education, employment, affirmative action)

EDM.1.E.1

Evaluate the roles of scarcity, incentives, trade-offs, and opportunity cost in decision making (e.g., PACED decision making model, cost/benefit analysis)

EDM.1.E.2

Justify various economic solutions to problems affecting an individual or society using marginal costs and marginal benefit analysis

EM.2.E.1

Identify various allocation methods used in different circumstances, countries, and economies (e.g., price, auction, lottery, fiat)

EM.2.E.2

Demonstrate changes in supply and demand (e.g., shifts, shortages, surpluses, availability) that influence equilibrium price and quantity using a supply and demand model

EM.3.E.1

Analyze the role of consumers in a market economy

EM.3.E.2

Compare and contrast major forms of business organizations (e.g., sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, non-profits, franchises)

EM.3.E.3

Evaluate intended and unintended consequences of government policies created to improve market outcomes (e.g., regulatory, participatory, supervisory)

EM.4.E.1

Compare and contrast various degrees of competition in markets (e.g., perfect competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, monopoly)

EM.4.E.2

Explain how differences in the extent of competition in various markets can affect price, quantity, and variety

Era1.1.AH.9-12.1

Compare and contrast pre-historic cultural characteristics of early native populations in Arkansas

Era1.1.AH.9-12.2

Analyze the impact of European explorers on native populations and the environment from multiple perspectives

Era1.1.AH.9-12.3

Analyze reasons for migration to pre-territorial Arkansas using a variety of sources (e.g., physical geography, natural resources)

Era2.2.AH.9-12.1

Evaluate intended and unintended consequences of public policies (e.g., Louisiana Purchase, Missouri Compromise, Indian Removal)

Era2.2.AH.9-12.2

Explain the process leading to and advantages of territorial status (e.g., court system, government assistance, transportation, economy)

Era2.2.AH.9-12.3

Analyze actions of territorial officers and their effects on the development of Arkansas

Era2.2.AH.9-12.4

Evaluate effects of human-made and natural disasters on Arkansas (e.g., earthquakes, flooding, disease)

Era2.2.AH.9-12.5

Evaluate reasons for and impact of human settlement on various regions (e.g., land grants, labor force, railroad, political unrest)

Era3.3.AH.9-12.1

Analyze causes and effects of the secession of Arkansas from the Union using a variety of primary and secondary sources (e.g., state leaders, cooperationists, Secession Convention)

Era3.3.AH.9-12.2

Research social, economic, and political effects of the Civil War on citizens in various regions from multiple perspectives (e.g., cause and effect of resource scarcity, civil unrest, changes in Southern way of life, lack of government, shifts in leadership and power, dual governments)

Era3.3.AH.9-12.3

Analyze the historical significance of selected Civil War battles, events, and people on various regions of Arkansas

Era3.3.AH.9-12.4

Examine effects of Reconstruction in Arkansas using multiple, relevant historical sources (e.g., Brooks-Baxter War, Constitution 1874, Freedmens Bureau, sharecropping, segregation laws)

Era3.3.AH.9-12.5

Examine effects of social and economic transformations on various regions and segments of the population (e.g., rise of industry, prosperity, transportation, movement of people, immigration, education reform)

Era4.4.AH.9-12.1

Investigate social, economic, and political reforms of the Progressive Era in Arkansas from multiple perspectives using a variety of primary and secondary sources

Era4.4.AH.9-12.2

Analyze economic developments in Arkansas during the early 20th century (e.g., Monte Ne and Hot Springs resorts, oil boom, timber industry)

Era4.4.AH.9-12.3

Evaluate effects of World War I on Arkansans using a variety of primary and secondary sources

Era4.4.AH.9-12.4

Examine responses to natural disasters in Arkansas over time, using multiple sources (e.g., flooding, drought, disease)

Era4.4.AH.9-12.5

Analyze social, economic, and political effects of the Great Depression on various regions and segments of the population in Arkansas

Era4.4.AH.9-12.6

Analyze social, economic, and political effects of the New Deal on various regions and segments of the population in Arkansas

Era5.5.AH.9-12.1

Analyze the social, economic, and political effects of World War II on Arkansas using a variety of primary and secondary sources (e.g., homefront, war bonds, rationing, relocation camps, prisoner of war camps, missile silos, ammunition depots)

Era5.5.AH.9-12.2

Investigate contributions made by political leaders in Arkansas post-World War II locally and nationally

Era5.5.AH.9-12.3

Analyze the economic development of Arkansas post-World War II (e.g., timber industry, catfish farms, poultry industry, agriculture, transportation, tourism, labor unions)

Era5.5.AH.9-12.4

Analyze the social, economic, and political effects of the Civil Rights Movement in various regions of Arkansas using primary and secondary sources from multiple perspectives (e.g., segregation; voting; integration of Fayetteville, Hoxie, and Little Rock School Districts; federal and state legislation)

Era6.1.WH.1

Analyze the motivations that led to the exploration and the expansion of empires Belief systems Economic Political

Era6.1.WH.2

Analyze the social, economic, political, and geographic transformations of regional connections into global trade networks

Era6.1.WH.3

Analyze the social, economic, political, and geographic effects of the expansion of empires in the eastern and western hemispheres from 1450-1770

Era6.1.WH.4

Evaluate the roles of science and technology on the transformation of the first global age by examining multiple sources and perspectives

Era6.1.WH.5

Evaluate ways in which globalization and the scarcity of resources contributed to conflict and cooperation within and among groups and empires

Era6.1.WH.6

Analyze complex and interacting factors that influenced the perspectives of people

Era6.1.WH.7

Analyze ways in which current interpretations of the past are limited by the extent to which available historical sources represent the perspectives of people at the time

Era6.1.WH.8

Evaluate the credibility and the limitations of primary and secondary sources representing multiple perspectives

Era6.1.WH.9

Construct historical arguments or explanations about significant transformations and innovations of the first global age utilizing evidence from a variety of primary and secondary sources

Era6.6.AH.9-12.1

Analyze the impact of Arkansas businesses and entrepreneurs locally, nationally, and globally

Era6.6.AH.9-12.2

Examine effects of social and cultural transformations on various segments of the population across Arkansas (e.g., counterculture, drug culture, breakdown of the family, feminist movement, music, art, clothing)

Era6.6.AH.9-12.3

Analyze the effects of conflicts and their resolutions on the citizens of Arkansas (e.g., the draft, Cold War, defense industry, trade, agriculture, voluntary and involuntary immigration)

Era6.6.AH.9-12.4

Analyze ways that Arkansans addressed a variety of public issues by using or challenging local, state, national, and international laws

Era6.6.AH.9-12.5

Research contributions made by Arkansans in the fields of art, medicine, politics, science, and technology

Era7.2.WH.1

Evaluate the development, expansion, and effects of industrialization in Europe, Asia, and the Americas

Era7.2.WH.10

Construct historical arguments or explanations about global changes caused directly or indirectly by economic and political revolutions, using primary and secondary sources

Era7.2.WH.2

Analyze the social, economic, and political ideas that influenced the 18th and 19th century revolutions

Era7.2.WH.3

Analyze written documents that both articulate and contest the powers, responsibilities, and limits of a variety of governments over time

Era7.2.WH.4

Analyze the reasons for and consequences of involuntary and voluntary mass migration (e.g., historical events, cultural practices, climate variability, resource use)

Era7.2.WH.5

Compare the social and economic impact of different labor systems in the Age of Revolutions from multiple perspectives using primary and secondary sources

Era7.2.WH.6

Assess the role Western imperialism played in creating spheres of influence and new patterns of colonization during the 19th century

Era7.2.WH.7

Analyze the effects of large- and small-scale population shifts on various regions, using geographic data

Era7.2.WH.8

Analyze ways in which the perspectives of people in the present shape the interpretations of the past, using available technology

Era7.2.WH.9

Evaluate the credibility and the limitations of primary and secondary sources representing multiple perspectives

Era8.3.WH.1

Compare the complex causes of early 20th century rebellions worldwide (e.g., eastern Europe, Russia, North Africa, South Africa, China, Vietnam, India, South America, Central America)

Era8.3.WH.10

Construct explanations about early to mid-20th century events using multiple sources and available data and technology

Era8.3.WH.2

Examine the outcomes of social, economic, and political transformations in Africa, Asia, Middle East, and Latin America

Era8.3.WH.3

Examine causes leading up to the outbreak of World War I and World War II from multiple perspectives (e.g., imperialism, nationalism, alliances, militarism)

Era8.3.WH.4

Analyze short- and long-term outcomes of World War I and World War II from multiple perspectives

Era8.3.WH.5

Analyze the impact of advances in science and technology on World War I and World War II

Era8.3.WH.6

Compare and contrast the impact of political and military leadership of Axis and Allied powers during World War II

Era8.3.WH.7

Analyze the changes in cultural and social life due to artistic and literary movements and scientific and technological innovations

Era8.3.WH.8

Use appropriate sources to answer student-generated compelling and supporting questions about major conflicts in the early 20th century

Era8.3.WH.9

Analyze ways in which the perspectives of people in the present shape the interpretations of the past using multiple sources and available data and technology

Era9.4.WH.1

Analyze the change and continuity in global power shifts after World War II Africa Americas Asia Europe Middle East

Era9.4.WH.2

Evaluate social, economical, political, and technological causes and effects of accelerating global interdependence

Era9.4.WH.3

Analyze short- and long-term causes and effects of the following on humanity disease famine genocide loss of natural resources terrorism

Era9.4.WH.4

Assess geographic, human, and economic costs of war using evidence from multiple sources and perspectives

Era9.4.WH.5

Assess the social, economic, political, and technological efforts to address economic imbalances and social inequalities among the worlds peoples

Era9.4.WH.6

Construct explanations about the consequences of human-made and natural disasters as they affect global trade, politics, and human migration

Era9.4.WH.7

Critique the historical accuracy of a variety of secondary sources on topics in contemporary history (e.g., websites, documentaries, movies, newspaper articles, biographies)

Era9.4.WH.8

Analyze ways historical contexts continue to shape peoples perspectives

ES.7.G.1

Analyze effects of changes made by humans on the physical environment (e.g., industrialization, agricultural, rural land use, urban land use, mining, forestry)

ES.7.G.2

Analyze ways people have used technology to adapt to and modify the physical environment

ES.7.G.3

Research consequences of human-made and natural catastrophes on global trade, politics, and human migration using a variety of primary and secondary sources

HJC.4.AAH.1

Research divergent paths and challenges faced by African American men and women from post-Reconstruction to the early 20th century

HJC.4.AAH.2

Analyze various experiences of African American men and women during the Jim Crow time period from a variety of perspectives using primary and secondary sources (e.g., education, religion, art, entertainment, social institutions, political organizations, segregation)

HJC.4.AAH.3

Analyze the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution and the effects on African American men and women between 1877 and 1920

HS.4.G.1

Use demographic data to characterize the populations of various places and reasons for the changes over time (e.g., birth rates, death rates, gender, age, race, ethnicity)

HS.4.G.2

Analyze the effects of various influences on population distribution (e.g., history, migration, physical environment, economy, politics, technology, climate, land use, resources)

HS.4.G.3

Analyze various push- pull- factors that lead to migration and changes in these factors over time

HS.4.G.4

Analyze the impact of effects of migration on society (e.g., social, economic, political, cultural)

HS.5.G.1

Analyze a variety of factors that create cultural regions and affect spatial patterns and movements of various cultures (e.g., beliefs, languages, ethnicity, gender)

HS.5.G.2

Examine varying attitudes among different cultures toward the uses of natural and human resources

HS.5.G.3

Evaluate societal changes resulting from cultural diffusion and cultural convergence

HS.6.G.1

Analyze changes in the environment and cultural characteristics of a place or region that influence spatial patterns of trade and land use over time

HS.6.G.2

Evaluate the benefits of various locations in terms of natural, human, and capital resources

HS.6.G.3

Evaluate how economic globalization and the expanding use of scarce resources contribute to conflict and cooperation within and among countries

HS.6.G.4

Examine the diffusion of a phenomenon and its impact on various regions of contact (e.g., spread of infectious disease, invasive plants, invasive animals)

IACP.7.USG.1

Analyze major U.S. Supreme Court decisions affecting our understanding of the U.S. Constitution (e.g., Marbury v. Madison, McCullah v. Maryland)

IACP.7.USG.2

Explain ways the U.S. Constitution and U.S. Supreme Court decisions have and have not protected civil liberties from governmental intrusion

IACP.7.USG.3

Evaluate how judicial activism and judicial restraint have affected U.S. Supreme Court decisions over time

IACP.7.USG.4

Analyze various federal laws, policies, and rulings concerning civil rights of individuals and groups

IACP.8.USG.1

Examine various reasons for and subsequent effects of amendments to the U.S. Constitution after the Bill of Rights

IACP.8.USG.2

Apply constitutional principles to a variety of current issues (e.g., popular sovereignty, separation of powers, checks and balances, federalism)

IACP.8.USG.3

Analyze local and national issues addressing fundamental rights of individuals (e.g., civil liberties, due process, equal protection)

JU.7.AAH.1

Analyze the impact of African Americans on the arts (e.g., music, art, dance, theater, new media, movies, literature)

JU.7.AAH.2

Identify unresolved social, economic, and political challenges for African American men and women from 1970 to the present using a variety of sources representing multiple perspectives

JU.7.AAH.3

Identify new social, economic, and political challenges for African Americans using a variety of sources representing multiple perspectives

NE.5.E.1

Analyze economic indicators used to measure economic performance (e.g., Gross Domestic Product, unemployment, Consumer Price Index [CPI])

NE.5.E.2

Evaluate the impact of advancements in technology, investments in capital goods, and investments in human capital on economic growth and standards of living

NE.6.E.1

Compare and contrast the roles and functions of financial institutions in the United States

NE.6.E.2

Examine monetary policy tools used by the Federal Reserve System (e.g., open market operations, discount rate, reserve requirement, interest on reserves)

NE.6.E.3

Examine fiscal policy tools used by the executive and legislative branches of the government (e.g., taxation, spending)

NE.6.E.4

Determine the relationship between the national debt and the federal budget (e.g., balanced, surplus, deficit)

PD.3.C.1

Evaluate rights and responsibilities of citizens in the United States

PD.3.C.2

Compare and contrast the roles of citizen and non-citizen residents in the United States

PD.3.C.3

Construct explanations of the ways citizenship in the United States has changed over time and been affected by public policy, geographic location, state and federal law, and demographics using a variety of sources

PD.4.C.1

Analyze historical documents and events that set the ideological foundations for the U.S. Constitution (e.g., Magna Carta, Mayflower Compact, Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, Constitutional Convention)

PD.4.C.2

Evaluate ideological influences Enlightenment Thinkers had on the framers of the U.S. Constitution (e.g., Locke, Rousseau, Montesquieu)

PD.4.C.3

Examine the amendments to the U.S. Constitution in order to determine how the roles of citizens and the federal and state governments have changed over time (e.g., Bill of Rights, incorporation of states rights into government, interpretation, due process, voting rights)

PD.4.C.4

Analyze the protections of and limits on the rights of citizens of the United States when outside the borders of the United States

PD.4.C.5

Assess the effects of civil rights legislation on society in the United States (e.g., affirmative action, American Disabilities Act, Civil Rights Act 1964, Voting Rights Act 1965, modern civil rights movements)

PD.4.C.6

Evaluate Arkansas laws and their impact on students Bullying Local ordinances Penalties for juvenile activity Penalties for truancy Requirements for obtaining and grounds for revocation of a drivers license

PD.4.C.7

Construct arguments analyzing citizens rights protected by the U.S. Constitution and constitutional amendments using multiple sources

PD.5.C.1

Critique the roles of political parties in the election process

PD.5.C.2

Analyze the election process in federal, state, and local governments (e.g., voter registration, primary election, general election)

PD.5.C.3

Evaluate various influences on political parties during the electoral process (e.g., interest groups, lobbyists, Political Action Committees [PACs], major events)

PD.5.C.4

Assess the influence of media on the electoral process (e.g., news reporting, political cartoons, public opinion polls, Internet, propaganda techniques, social media)

PFM.8.E.1

Analyze the impact of education, training, and other factors on productivity and income potential (e.g., interpersonal skills, workforce readiness skills, ethics)

PFM.8.E.2

Evaluate a variety of strategies for making personal financial goals to build short-term and long-term wealth

PFM.8.E.3

Analyze insurance as a risk management strategy to protect against financial loss (e.g., auto, health, life, homeowners, renters, disability, liability)

PFM.9.E.1

Evaluate costs and benefits of using various types of credit (e.g., interest rates, fees, penalties, rewards)

PFM.9.E.2

Analyze factors that affect credit worthiness (e.g., credit history, capacity, collateral)

PFM.9.E.3

Evaluate various strategies to correct and avoid credit issues (e.g., credit counseling, identity protection, debt consolidation, bankruptcy)

PP.1.USG.1

Examine multiple points of view from a variety of Greek, Roman, and Enlightenment thinkers to discuss ways they influenced the formation of the United States government

PP.1.USG.2

Analyze the influence of social, economic, and political factors within the American colonies on the formation of the American government

PP.2.USG.1

Analyze social, economic, and political factors that influenced the American colonists to overthrow British monarchial rule

PP.2.USG.2

Analyze social, economic, and political factors that influenced the Founding Fathers to limit the powers of government

PP.2.USG.3

Evaluate the Declaration of Independence as a persuasive argument justifying revolution

PP.2.USG.4

Construct explanations of the decision to establish a republican, representative democracy by the Founding Fathers

PR.3.G.1

Analyze the impact of physical characteristics and human influences on the creation of various regions by examining spatial patterns, geographic representations, and available geospatial technologies

PR.3.G.2

Compare the changes over time on the boundaries and characteristics of regions caused by various factors using geographic representations and data (e.g., climate, technology, migration, conflict, government)

PR.3.G.3

Analyze the impact of cultural and social factors on individuals varying perceptions of places and regions created by physical characteristics and human influences

PRL.6.C.1

Investigate various methods for creating federal, state, and local laws

PRL.6.C.2

Compare and contrast the formal and informal methods of amending the U.S. Constitution

PRL.6.C.3

Analyze the role the U.S. Supreme Court has on the law-making process

PRL.7.C.1

Evaluate interaction among federal, state, and local governments when carrying out public policy

PRL.7.C.2

Identify intended and unintended consequences of public policies

PRL.7.C.3

Analyze cooperation and conflict between federal and state governments

PRL.7.C.4

Distinguish criminal from civil law

RE.2.AAH.1

Analyze social, economic, and political involvement of African American men and women in the Revolutionary Era using multiple sources

RE.2.AAH.2

Investigate the effects of revolutionary ideologies on social and political perspectives of African Americans

RE.2.AAH.3

Evaluate social, economic, and political roles of African American men and women during the expansion of the early United States using a variety of sources

SC.3.USG.1

Analyze the underlying causes and events that led the Founding Fathers to replace the Articles of Confederation with the U.S. Constitution

SC.3.USG.2

Analyze the purposes of government in relation to the Preamble

SC.3.USG.3

Evaluate the rationale for the organization of articles of the U.S. Constitution

SC.3.USG.4

Analyze the purposes of the Bill of Rights

SC.3.USG.5

Compare the arguments expressed in the debate over ratification of the U.S. Constitution

SC.5.AAH.1

Analyze change and continuity in the African American cultural identity using primary and secondary sources (e.g., Harlem Renaissance, art, music, theater, film, literature, dance)

SC.5.AAH.2

Analyze the effects of the Great Depression and New Deal on the social and economic status of African American men and women in various geographic regions

SC.5.AAH.3

Analyze social, economic, and political actions of African Americans in the early 20th century (e.g., migration, military desegregation, civil rights organizations, social organizations, political organizations, labor unions)

SFG.4.USG.1

Analyze the powers and responsibilities of the federal government (e.g., enumerated, implied, delegated, concurrent, reserved)

SFG.4.USG.2

Analyze the reasons for and effectiveness of a system of checks and balances within the federal government

SFG.4.USG.3

Examine the composition and roles of the presidential cabinet and federal agencies and continuity and change over time

SFG.4.USG.4

Evaluate the role of the federal bureaucracy as a fourth branch of the federal government

SFG.5.USG.1

Analyze the foundation and structure of federalism as prescribed in the Supremacy Clause of Article VI and the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution

SFG.5.USG.2

Analyze the division of power and interrelationships between federal and state government

SFG.5.USG.3

Analyze the relationships among the states as prescribed in the Full Faith and Credit Clause of Article IV

SFG.5.USG.4

Examine the reasons and processes for amending the U.S. Constitution (e.g., informal, formal)

SFG.6.USG.1

Analyze the impact of the federal governments fiscal policy on the economy (e.g., taxing, spending)

SFG.6.USG.2

Evaluate the roles various government agencies play in maintaining the nations economic health

SI.6.S.1

Analyze common patterns of social stratification

SI.6.S.2

Evaluate effects of social stratification on groups and individuals using a variety ofsources

SI.7.S.1

Examine factors that lead to social inequality

SI.7.S.2

Analyze various responses to inequality from multiple perspectives using primary and secondary sources

SPMI.1.S.1

Analyze the development of the field of sociology including contributions of various individuals, using a variety of sources

SPMI.1.S.2

Compare and contrast the theoretical perspectives used by sociologists (e.g., functional perspective, conflict perspective, interaction perspective)

SPMI.2.S.1

Analyze methods and tools of research used to study human society

SPMI.2.S.2

Collect and analyze data designed to answer a sociological question

SR.5.S.1

Analyze the role of socialization agents in human development (e.g., family, school, peer groups, mass media)

SR.5.S.2

Evaluate the role of norms and values in society

SR.5.S.3

Analyze the relationship between groups and individuals in society

SR.5.S.4

Examine societal changes over time and factors influencing those changes

SS.3.S.1

Analyze ways culture influences individuals using a variety of sources

SS.3.S.2

Assess the role social institutions play in society

SS.4.S.1

Discuss key components of culture

SS.4.S.2

Compare and contrast how cultures change and resist change

SS.4.S.3

Examine the importance of norms and values to a culture and the effects on social structure

WSP.1.G.1

Investigate political, cultural, and economic relationships between places and regions using geographic representations and geospatial technologies

WSP.1.G.2

Solve geographic problems created by physical characteristics of places and regions using multiple geographic representations and geospatial technologies

WSP.1.G.3

Analyze various forms of maps that illustrate multiple points of view

WSP.1.G.4

Create geographic representations to illustrate demographic information using data collected from a variety of sources

WSP.2.G.1

Analyze the spatial organization of people, places, and environments using location, distance, direction, scale, movement, region, and density

WSP.2.G.2

Research the impact of interdependence and accessibility among people, places, and environments

WSP.2.G.3

Use spatial data to answer student generated questions about the relationships between spatial organization of people and places, people and environment, and places and environments