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World Geography S1 (#601)


Textbook:  

Richard G. Boehm, David G. Armstrong, and Francis P. Hunkins. Geography: The World and Its People. New York: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, 1998.     ISBN: 0-02-823291-7

Course Description:

Throughout this course you will learn about the earth’s land, water and plant and animal life. You will analyze who people are, how they live, and what they do and believe.  This course covers topics from man’s early histories uncharted oceans, towering mountain ranges, and hostile deserts effectively isolated civilizations so that they were comparatively free from outside influences, up to today’s history.  You will not only study the people from these times, but their geographical locations as well.

In the second semester course, you will learn about the world in terms of physical features, but you must recognize the changes occurring in terms of human geography.  Environment has affected man’s activities, just as man has had a lasting effect on the environment.

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