Locate Academic Alignments For - Charlotte's Web

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Academic Alignment Authority: Tennessee

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Charlotte's Web

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Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
a
Ages: 9
Show different cultural regions on a map identifying such things as religion, language, and ethnicity.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
a
Ages: 10
Identify significant examples of art, music, and literature from various periods in United States history.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
a
Ages: 10
Locate the major physical features and cities of the United States on a map or globe.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
b
Ages: 11
Identify the locations of certain physical and human features and events on maps and globes.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
a
Ages: 11
Identify the location of earth’s major landforms such as continents, islands, and mountain ranges, and major bodies of water such as the oceans, seas, rivers, and gulfs.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
b
Ages: 12
List the major resources and industrial and agricultural products, locally, regionally, and globally.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
b
Ages: 12
Identify the location of physical and human attributes on maps and globes at local, regional, and global scales.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
c
Ages: 12
Demonstrate an understanding of various types of maps including thematic and topographic maps.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
d
Ages: 12
Discuss applications of current geographic techniques in mapping such as GIS and GPS.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
c
Ages: 13
List the major industrial and agricultural products of Tennessee and the United States.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
a
Ages: 13
Identify major landforms, bodies of water, cities, and states.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
3.1
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
understand the characteristics and uses of maps, globes, and other geographic tools and technologies.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
a
Ages: 8
Recognize that the world has different agricultural and industrial regions.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
d
Ages: 8
Recognize that Tennessee and the United States have different agricultural and industrial regions.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
a
Ages: 8
Locate the major cities of Tennessee and the world on a map or globe.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
b
Ages: 8
Describe the concept of formal (uniform) regions.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
c
Ages: 8
Define the characteristics that comprise a region.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
a
Ages: 8
List the differences between community, city, county, state, and country events which occur.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
3.3.spi.9
Ages: 8
recognize the identifying characteristics of certain geographic features (i.e., peninsula, islands, continents, mountains, rivers, deserts, oceans, and forests).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
3.3.spi.4
Ages: 8
use absolute and relative locations to identify places on a map (i.e., north, south, east, west, borders, lines of longitude and latitude, the equator, the north and south poles).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
3.3.spi.3
Ages: 8
find a specific location on a school or community map.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
3.2.spi.2
Ages: 8
interpret a map showing agricultural and industrial areas.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
4.3.spi.2
Ages: 9
identify and use key geographical features on maps (i.e., mountains, rivers, plains, valleys, forests).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
5.3.spi.1
Ages: 10
locate continents and significant bodies of water (i.e., the Great Lakes, Atlantic, Arctic and Pacific oceans, Columbia, Missouri, Colorado, Rio Grande, Ohio, Tennessee, St. Lawrence and Mississippi rivers).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
5.3.spi.6
Ages: 10
locate the 50 states using a map with each state outlined.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
6.1.spi.1
Ages: 11
recognize the basic components of culture (i.e., language, common values, traditions, government, art, literature, lifestyles).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
6.3.spi.2
Ages: 11
identify basic geographic forms (i.e., rivers, lakes, bays, oceans, mountains, plateaus, deserts, plains, coastal plains).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
6.3.spi.5
Ages: 11
use a variety of maps to understand geographic and historical information (i.e., political maps, resource maps, product maps, physical maps, climate maps, vegetation maps).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
7.3.spi.2
Ages: 12
locate the Earth's major physical characteristics (i.e., 7 continents, 4 oceans).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
7.3.spi.9
Ages: 12
identify the location of Earth's major landforms and bodies of water (i.e., Rockies, Andes, Himalayas, Alps, Urals, Sahara desert, Nile River Valley, Great Plains, Mississippi River, Amazon River, Thames River, Seine River, Rhine River, Danube River, Tigris River, Eurphrates River, Ganges River, Volga River, Yellow River).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
8.3.spi.2
Ages: 13
identify and use the key geographic elements on maps (i.e., island, flood plain, swamp, delta, marsh, harbor, cape, sea level, bay, prairie, desert, oasis, mesa, mountain, valley, glacier, canyon, cliff, plateau).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
8.5.spi.10
Ages: 13
interpret maps, time lines and charts that illustrate key elements of history (i.e., expansion, economics, politics, society).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of hunter gatherer and early farming styles.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
incorporate the use of technological resources
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
Ages: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
use maps, graphs, globes, media and technology sources
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
3.4
Ages: 8
Examine major physical and political features on globes and maps, including mountains, plains, plateaus, mesas, buttes deserts, deltas, islands, peninsulas, basins, canyons, valleys, bays, streams, gulfs, straits, canals, seas, boundaries, cities, highways, roads, and railroads.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
3.7
Ages: 8
Explain how specific images contribute to and clarify geographical information (diagrams, landforms, satellite photos, GPS system, maps, and charts).
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
3.18
Ages: 8
Identify and locate on a map: Canada, Mexico, Central America, and the 50 states of the U.S.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
WG.3
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Obtain geographical information about the world’s countries, cities, and environments.
Tennessee
Social Studies
Charlotte's Web
WG.16
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Locate and analyze physical, economic, and cultural characteristics of world regions: Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, United States and Canada, North Africa and Southwest Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Russia and Central Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Australia and the Pacific Islands, and Antarctica.

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