Geography

Geography gives us a sense of place. What a country has, in terms of its strategic location(s) and the natural resources found there, can also determine its role in the world. See why geography matters in this collection of stories.

Geography Chapters

Complete this chart to learn the differences between a moth and a butterfly.

Words that help you understand butterflies and their lives.

A look at each phase of a Monarch butterfly's life, from birth through maturity.

When they migrate, Monarch butterflies take three different paths, depending on whether they begin east or west of the Rocky Mountains.

A descripion of what each generation of Monarchs accomplishes.

Geography Learning Tasks

Cite Textual Evidence to Support Analysis

Cite Textual Evidence to Support Analysis

Cite Textual Evidence to Support Analysis

Cite Textual Evidence to Support Analysis

Cite Textual Evidence to Support Analysis

Geography Audios

During America's Civil War, one of the country's most-famous writers penned a poem about ... the Revolutionary War.

Anne Frank, a Jewish girl living with her family in Amsterdam, was thirteen years old during the summer of 1942.  At the time, German forces were...

After the Bishop of Digne shows kindness to Jean Valjean, providing him with food and allowing him to spend the night without pay, Valjean steals the ...

Les Miserables is a massive novel, by Victor Hugo, perennially considered one of the world's best books.

Denny Smith - from WIBC ("Indy's News Center," at 93.

Geography Audio Narrations

What are the factors leading to Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo on June 18, 1815?

The Ardennes Offensive initially favors Germany, leading to the Americans in trouble at Bastogne.

During the Blitz, German warplanes devastate Coventry on November 14, 1940.

Storing water in their large stems, Baobab trees help people during dry periods.

The Babylonian Empire, when it existed, was the most-powerful of all states in the ancient world.

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