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View Resource Analyzing Patterns of Human Development

In this lesson students will describe global spatial patterns of human development using HDI rankings. Students will complete a table of demographic data on selected countries so they can look for connections. Students will use that information to make comparisons and hypothesize reasons for the data. This resource includes both a teaching guide and student worksheets.

View Resource Francaphone Africa

Students will describe the geodemographics of former French colonies in Africa as defined by the human development index, population densities, birth and death rates, life expectancy. Students will compare the geospatial patterns of data with geospatial data for natural resource reserves on the African continent. Students will use this information to analyze and hypothesize, and/or make...

View Resource Sampling Bias

Students will complete this activity in conjunction with an introductory statistics lesson about the importance of samples. Students will use the Oregon Reference Map and use the data to find basic statistics about samples with the help of spreadsheet software. This resource includes both a teaching guide and student lesson.

View Resource Japanese Internment

Students will examine the decision to place all Japanese-Americans living on the West Coast into internment camps during WWII. This lesson is part of a mini-unit on Japanese Internment that will include readings in primary source documents and materials from History Alive that will provide most of the background knowledge necessary to evaluate the decision to intern Japanese-Americans during the...

View Resource StateMaster.com

This website, created by StateMaster.com, is a statistical database, which allows you to research and compare different data on US states. Information is compiled from various primary sources, such as the US Census Bureau, the FBI, and the National Center for Educational Statistics. The site also provides pie charts, maps, graphs and scatter plots. There are also map and flag images, state...

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