Explore the world with Mrs. Klosterboer
World Geography includes the study of the physical and human characteristics of the Earth; the study of the various world regions; the interaction between humans and the physical environment; the use of maps and other technologies to access geographic knowledge; the study of various cultures; and the characteristics, distribution, and movement of people. The goal of this class is to become a culturally-literate citizen in a global community.
- Students will interpret maps and analyze geospatial data.
- Students will recognize and interpret patterns and networks; access the nature and significance of spatial relationships; analyze how cultural values, political policies, and economic forces collaborate to create landscapes.
- Students will define regions and evaluate the regionalization process.
Be respectful of everyone.
Do not talk when teacher is talking.
Do your own work (no plagiarism).
Wear ID and be in dress code.
Turn in assignments
Follow "tech usage" rules.
No food or drinks in class.
Clean up after yourself.
Embrace the differences in everyone.
1st period -- Conference
2nd period -- World Geography
3rd period -- World Geography
4th period -- World Geography
5th period -- World Geography
6th period -- World Geography
7th period -- World Geography
Tuesday mornings 6:45-7:15 a.m.
Thursday mornings 6:45-7:15 a.m. (Non late arrival days)
Thursday mornings 8:45-9:19 a.m. (Late arrival days)
Appointments are available, also.
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Mrs. Jennifer Klosterboer | World Geography | Room: 2004, Gold II
281-641-7614 | firstname.lastname@example.org