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reads various types of map grid systems, symbols, legends, scales, etc.
Students will use maps, graphic representations, tools, and technologies to analyze the regions of the United States. They will identify major landforms and bodies of water in Kansas, regions of the United States, and the world. Students will identify and compare the climate and ecosystems of Kansas and to the regions of the United States. They will draw conclusions about the relationships among people and their environment that determine the location of human activities. Students will analyze natural resource challenges and draw conclusions about the solutions people have developed as they use renewable and nonrenewable resources.
Kansas, United States regions, Kansas, geographic characteristics, cultural characteristics, political features, physical features, social characteristics, immigration, human characteristics, absolute location, renewable and nonrenewable resources, ecosystems
uses charts, graphs, and tables to gather information.