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Extractions: ECONOMICS The National Council for the Social Studies identifies 10 themes in social studies. The one that relates to Geography (III) is called "People, Places and Environment." The guide further provides eleven "Performance Expectations" in this area and gives three examples of how a lesson might be constructed to achieve some of these objectives. Would it be more interesting to the students to contact another student in India during the monsoon season and obtain a variety of reactions/description of the impact on the people from an Indian viewpoint? Would it be more meaningful, challenging? Would the results be more likely to be "integrated" and would the student be more likely to feel he/she is an active participant in the educational process? GEOGRAPHY
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Extractions: Geography of the United States: Table of Contents Unit 1: Location Lesson 1: What Is Geography? Lesson 2: Directions Lesson 3: Map Grids Lesson 4: Latitude and Longitude Lesson 5: Using the Grid System Lesson 6: Locating United States Cities Lesson 7: Weather Maps Lesson 8: Physical Maps Lesson 9: Special Maps Lesson 10: Maps Helped the United States Grow Lesson 11: Locating Roads Lesson 12: Cities and Towns Lesson 13: Shopping Centers Lesson 14: Airports Unit 2: Place Lesson 1: Landforms Lesson 2: Water Systems in the United States Lesson 3: Climate Lesson 4: Natural Vegetation Lesson 5: Population of the United States Lesson 6: Population Density Lesson 7: Immigration Unit 3: Environment Lesson 1: Settling the Wilderness of Tennessee Lesson 2: Planning for Parks Lesson 3: Acid Rain and the Environment Lesson 4: Water for Arizona Desert Unit 4: Movement Lesson 1: Railroads in the United States Lesson 2: The Saint Lawrence Seaway Lesson 3: United States Highways Lesson 4: Air Transportation in the United States Lesson 5: Communication Links in the Past Lesson 6: Communications in the United States Today Lesson 7: Getting Goods to Markets Lesson 8: Using the BART System
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Extractions: This document is an introduction to the Table of Contents for Survey Design and Statistical Methods (TOC) which can be viewed and evaluated through the World Wide Web. Please read the following explanation before viewing the TOC. The Statistical Research Division (SRD) of the U.S. Census Bureau is involved in research on metadata - the descriptive information and documentation about data which promotes understanding of data and facilitates data sharing and use over the lifetime of the data. The ultimate goals of the research are: 1) to identify all the metadata necessary to describe survey designs, processing, analysis, and data sets; and 2) to build a logically central repository to make that metadata available for use in survey processes and data dissemination. The work to identify metadata items has led to the development of a standard for metadata for the Census Bureau. This standard is called the Survey Design and Statistical Methods Extension (SDSME). It is scheduled to be brought through the formal standards development procedures of the Census Bureau's Standards Management Team in spring 1996. The SDSME is an extension to the
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Extractions: Geography, History, and Science INTRODUCTION Anthropology, the study of both ancient and modern peoples, helps us to understand the full range of human diversity. Each of anthropology's four major fields (socio-cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, linguistics, and archaeology) shares the same goals - to understand what we are and how we came to be. Anthropology is an interdisciplinary science that correlates closely with content standards for various subjects such as history (i.e, study of past peoples, American Indians), geography (i.e., environment and society, places and regions), social studies (i.e., culture, continuity, and change), and science (i.e., science as inquiry, evolution of human life). Incorporating some of these anthropological teaching materials and activities listed below can enhance the teaching of social studies and science courses - and the enjoyment of student learning, as well as the enjoyment of teaching.
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Extractions: Campus Libraries is a bibliographic research guide to UC Berkeley library and Internet resources for socioeconomic and demographic data and statistics relevant to city planning. The guide has a U.S. focus with a California emphasis; for international statistical sources see which links to many statistical sources useful for international planning. For additional assistance, please consult the Environmental Design Library reference staff, 210 Wurster Hall. UC Berkeley faculty, registered students, and staff who are off campus may use items marked UCB Only or UC Only by installing the Connecting@Berkeley CD on their computer or by using The Library's proxy service Compiled by Deborah Sommer Last updated: 6 June 2003 Gateways: American factfinder (U.S. Census Bureau) Great starting place. Data sources include the decennial censuses, economic censuses, the population estimates program, and the American Community Survey. Users can create tables, reports, or maps with information on their community. Some data are available at the census tract, block, or zip code levels. http://factfinder.census.gov/java_prod/dads.ui.homePage.HomePage