Included are 2 leveled assessments for Unit 1 of Human Geography (Geo-Spatial Technology and Geographic Inquiry). The assessments address the required standards and overall guiding questions.
184.108.40.206.1 Apply geographic information from a variety of print and electronic sources to interpret the past and present and plan for the future; provide rationale for using specific technologies for each application
220.127.116.11.2 Use geospatial technologies to develop plans for analyzing and solving local and regional problems that have spatial dimensions
18.104.22.168.1 Make inferences and draw conclusions about the physical and human characteristics of places based on a comparison of maps and other geographic representations and geospatial technologies
How do we use different maps for different information?
How do we analyze maps for data, purpose and author intent?
What are geospatial technologies?
How can we make inferences about places and regions using maps and geospatial technology?
Level 1: Matching – Early and Contemporary Mapping
Level 2: Differentiate – Geospatial Technologies
Level 3: Compare, Identify and Explain – Types of Maps
Level 4: Justify with Evidence – which map projection is BEST?
Level 1: Match – Geographic Terms
Level 2: Categorize – Physical and Human Characteristics/Features
Level 3: Make Inferences and Draw Conclusions – Regions
Level 4: Synthesize – How characteristics spread across space through diffusion