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Kansas, United States, and World History
History, Government, Economics, and Geography, Approved 2005
Mathematics, Approved 2003
Reading, Approved 2003
Science, Approved 2007
Writing, Approved 2004
Additional Content Areas
History and Government, Economics and Geography, Approved 2005
The student understands the effects of interactions between human and physical systems.
(K) The student identifies ways in which human activities are impacted by the physical environment (e.g., types of housing, agricultural activities, fuel consumption, clothing, recreation, jobs, resource availability).
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The Fragile Fringe: A Guide for Teaching About the
This online guide provides information, lesson plans, and additional resources for teaching students about coastal wetlands in the U.S. as an ecosystem and in terms of human-environment interaction.
Why Vote? A Public Awareness Campaign
Students will learn that towns include people whose jobs contribute to the quality of community life. Students use an online activity as a springboard to discuss the importance of voting.
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