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View all PreK-12 NYS Learning Standards in a dropdown list format.
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        • Conceptual Understanding - SS.6.1.a:
          Maps can be used to represent varied climate zones, landforms, bodies of water, and resources of the Eastern Hemisphere.
        • Conceptual Understanding - SS.6.1.b:
          The Eastern Hemisphere can be divided into regions. Regions are areas that share common identifiable characteristics, such as physical, political, economic, or cultural features. Regions within the Eastern Hemisphere include: * Middle East (North Africa and Southwest Asia) * Sub-Saharan Africa * Europe (West, North, South, Central, and Southeast) * Russia and the Independent States (Russia, Caucasia, Central Asia, the region of Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine) * East Asia (People’s Republic of China, North Korea, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan) * Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar [Burma], Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Philippines) * South Asia (Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan) * Oceania (Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific)
        • Conceptual Understanding - SS.6.2.a:
          Human populations that settled along rivers, in rainforests, along coastlines, in deserts, and in mountains made use of the resources and the environment around them in developing distinct ways of life.
        • Conceptual Understanding - SS.6.2.b:
          Early peoples in the Eastern Hemisphere are often studied by analyzing artifacts and archaeological features. Archaeologists engage in digs and study artifacts and features in a particular location to gather evidence about a group of people and how they lived at a particular time.
        • Conceptual Understanding - SS.6.3.a:
          Humans living together in settlements develop shared customs, beliefs, ideas, and languages that give identity to the group.
        • Conceptual Understanding - SS.6.4.a:
          Civilizations and complex societies developed belief systems and religions that have similar as well as different characteristics.
  • Standard Area - TECH: Learning Standards for Technology
    (see MST standards under Previous Standard Versions)
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