their relationships with the governed. 5) Evaluate the role of the media and public opinion in United States politics, including ways the government and media influence public opinion. History: (B) Historical knowledge, Concepts, and Patterns – Students will develop historical knowledge of major events, people, and enduring themes in the United States, in Maine, and throughout world history. 7)Explain the benefits and conflicts resulting from encounters with othercultures. 3) Understand how cultural and technological features can link or divide regions. Geography: (B) Human Interaction with Environments – Students will understand and analyze the relationships among people and their physical environment. 2) Analyze the cultural characteristics that make specific regions of the world distinctive.
Dave Carrier Edu 261 MW: 11:00a 3) Analyze how technologies and cooperation among peoples contribute to the division of the Earth’s surface into distinctive cultural and political regions. • Time frame The duration for this activity will be from the project’s inception until the end of the term. Students will have the option to continue communication on their own after the official end of the project.
- Fall '07
- The Culture, E-mail, Dave Carrier Edu