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          • Content Specification - SS.2.GEO.5.a.1:
            Students will locate their communities on maps and/or globes.
          • Content Specification - SS.2.GEO.5.a.2:
            Students will examine how land within a community is used and classify land use as “residential” (used for housing), “industrial” (used to make things), “commercial” (used to provide services), and “recreational” (where people play or do sports).
          • Content Specification - SS.2.GEO.5.a.3:
            Students will create maps including maps that represent their classroom, school, or community, and maps that illustrate places in stories.
          • Content Specification - SS.2.GEO.5.b.1:
            Students will compare how different communities in their state or nation have developed and explain how physical features of the community affect the people living there.
          • Content Specification - SS.2.GEO.5.c.1:
            Students will explore how humans have positively and negatively impacted the environment of their community though such features as roads, highways, buildings, bridges, shopping malls, railroads, and parks.
          • Content Specification - SS.2.GEO.5.c.2:
            Students will describe the means people create for moving people, goods, and ideas in their communities.
          • Content Specification - SS.2.GEO.5.d.1:
            Students will use a compass rose to identify cardinal (North, South, East, West) and intermediate (Northeast, Southeast, Southwest, Northwest) directions on maps and in their community.
          • Content Specification - SS.2.GEO.5.d.2:
            Students will locate the equator, northern and southern hemispheres, and poles on a globe.
          • Content Specification - SS.2.GEO.5.d.3:
            Students will use maps and legends to identify major physical features such as mountains, rivers, lakes, and oceans of the local community, New York, and the nation.
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