Identify main idea, sequence of events, and cause and effect in a social studies context.
People respond to positive and negative incentives.
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Geographic thinkers can explain how natural and human-made catastrophic events in one place affect people living in other places.
Geographic thinkers examine how the migration of individuals affects society including economic and environmental impacts.
Analyze different texts (including experiments, simulations, video, or multimedia texts) to compare and contrast competing theories, points of view, and arguments in the discipline.
What makes a place special to the people who live there?
Identify and explain a different perspective when exploring events or ideas. (Civic/Interpersonal Skills: Global/Cultural Awareness)