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High School Geography

 
CCG: Understand the spatial concepts of location, distance, direction, scale, movement, and region.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.01 Understand and use geographic information using a variety of scales, patterns of distribution, and arrangement.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.01.01 Understand the advantages and disadvantages of using various geographic representations to depict and solve geographic problems.
 
CCG: Use maps and other geographic tools and technologies to acquire, process, and report information from a spatial perspective.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.02 Interpret and evaluate information using complex geographic representations.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.02.01 Use a variety of geographic representations to analyze information and draw conclusions about geographic issues.
 
CCG: Locate major physical and human (cultural) features of the Earth.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.03 Locate and identify places, regions, and geographic features that have played prominent roles in historical or contemporary issues and events.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.03.01 Locate, identify, and explain changes in countries over time.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.03.02 Locate and identify places and regions most prominent in contemporary events in Oregon, the United States, and the world.
 
CCG: Compare and analyze physical (e.g., landforms, vegetation, wildlife, climate, and natural hazards) and human (e.g., population, land use, language, and religion) characteristics of places and regions.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.04 Analyze changes in the physical and human characteristics of places and regions, and the effects of technology, migration, and urbanization on them.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.04.01 Apply geographic tools to identify change in a place over time, and to infer reasons for the change.
 
CCG: Understand why places and regions are important to human identity and serve as symbols to unify or fragment society.
 
No standards currently exist for this CCG.
 
CCG: Analyze the causes of human migration (e.g., density, food and water supply, transportation and communication systems) and its effects (e.g., impact on physical and human systems).
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.05 Understand how worldwide transportation and communication patterns have affected the flow and interactions of people, ideas, and products.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.05.01 Understand how transportation and communication systems of the present compare to those of the past, and how this changes perceptions of space and time.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.05.02 Understand how communication and transportation technologies contribute to trade and cultural convergence.
 
CCG: Understand economic, cultural, and environmental factors that influence changes in population, and evaluate the consequences of the resulting increases or decreases in population.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.06 Analyze and evaluate the impact of economic, cultural or environmental factors that result in changes to population of cities, countries, or regions.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.06.01 Evaluate the consequences of economic, cultural, or environmental changes on a given population.
 
CCG: Understand how people and the environment are interrelated.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.07 Understand human modifications of the physical environment and analyze their global impacts and consequences for human activity.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.07.01 Distinguish between renewable resources and non-renewable resources and the global consequences of mismanagement.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.07.02 Identify and understand different methods of extracting and using resources, and analyze and compare the effect on the environment.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.08 Identify and give examples of changes in a physical environment, and evaluate their impact on human activity in the environment.
 
bullet SS.HS.GE.08.01 Identify and give examples of changes in human activity due to changes in the physical environment, and analyze the impact on both.
 
CCG: Understand how differing points of view, self-interest, and global distribution of natural resources play a role in conflict over territory.
 
No standards currently exist for this CCG.
 
CCG: Understand the geographic results of resource use and management programs and policies.
 
No standards currently exist for this CCG.



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