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Content Resources

World Geography Georgia Standards of Excellence for Social Studies

Teacher Notes

World Geography Teacher Notes

Teacher Content Videos

Assessing Populations SSWG4a



Changes to Agricultural Technology SSWG5a



Correlation between per capita GDP and Various Social Indicators SSWG6a



Global Exchange



Impact of Climate on Population Distribution



Impact of Physical Features on Population Distribution



Impact of Water Insecurity Around the World SSWG5b



Physical and Human Characteristics Impact Culture



Political Boundaries



Reasons for Migration SSWG4c



Role of Language in Identity



Instructional Resources

World Geography Curriculum Map

World Geography Curriculum Map

Sample Units

Unit 1: Connecting Themes
Unit 2: Physical Geography Source Set
Unit 3: Cultural Geography Source Set
Unit 4: Political Geography Source Set
Unit 5: Population Geography
Unit 6: Environmental Geography
Unit 7: Economic Geography Source Set

Distance Learning Resources

Unit 5: Topic - Population Geography: The "Goldilocks" of Growth​   PPT

Unit 6: Topic – There’s Water, Water, Everywhere  PPT

Instructional Activity Videos

Cultural Geography Case Studies on Universalizing and Ethnic Religions



Cultural Geography Cultural Beliefs and Gender Roles



Cultural Geography Country Museum Walk



Environmental Geography: Global Trade Systems and Environmental Sustainability



Physical Geography: Geographic Information Systems (GIS)



Physical Geography: Population Distribution and Spatial Distribution



Political Geography: Classifying Countries by Size and Shape



Political Geography: Global Organizations



Population Geography: Demographic Patterns



Population Geography: Researching Migration Patterns



Economic Geography: Levels of Economic Development



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