Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
How characteristics contribute to regional changes (e.g., economic development, accessibility, demographic change)
Spatial distribution, size, density and demographic characteristics of population at the state and National level
Current and past settlement patterns in Pennsylvania and the United States
Ways in which people in hazard-prone areas adjust their ways of life (e.g., building design in earthquake areas, dry-farming techniques in drought-prone areas)
Demographic structure of a population (e.g., life expectancy, fertility rate, mortality rate, infant mortality rate, population growth rate, the demographic transition model)
Analyze the relationship between habitat changes to plant and animal population fluctuations.
Forces that have re-shaped modern settlement patterns (e.g., central city decline, suburbanization, the development of transport systems)
Analyze how humans influence the pattern of natural changes (e.g. primary / secondary succession and desertification) in ecosystems over time.