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Article

Teaching the C3 Framework: Chapter 12

This chapter, written by the National Geographic Society, is excerpted from the National Council for the Social Stu...

Article

international organization

Encyclopedic entry. An international organization is one that includes members from more than one nation. Some inte...


Historic Article

Gadsden Purchase Establishes US-Mexico Border

On December 30, 1853, the United States and Mexico established their existing border with the completion of the Gad...


Lesson

Political Borders

Students think about regions and borders by determining where they would place borders in an artificial continent, ...


Unit

Beyond Borders

Use this unit to explore European physical and cultural landscapes with your middle school students. This series of...

Article

Photographer: Krista Schlyer

Krista Schlyer is a photographer with a passion for using her work to spread the message of wildlife conservation....



Article

zone

A zone is an area separated from other areas in some artificial or natural manner.

Article

Energy Across Borders

Watch this brief, video picture of practice that captures everyday classroom life and provides real-life examples o...


Article

Anthropologist: Jason De Leon

Jason De Leon is a 2013 Emerging Explorer who uses anthropology to document and study migration between Mexico and ...


Historic Article

Mason-Dixon Survey Completed

On October 18, 1767, the Mason-Dixon survey was completed.


Historic Article

Treaty of York

On September 25, 1237, British leaders established the boundary between England and Scotland, today one of the olde...

Lesson

Conflict on the Danube

Students examine a case study of how physical features can interact with country borders to cause conflict. In this...



Lesson

Gathering Ideas About Europe

Students gather their ideas about the land and peoples of Europe. They map and create lists of things they know abo...

Lesson

More Physical Geography and Borders

Students research four additional examples of physical geography and borders. They explore how mountains, oceans, a...


Lesson

Physical Geography of Europe

Students are introduced to the physical geography of Europe and delineate major drainage basins in Europe.  ...


Lesson

Presidential Decision-Making: Helsinki Accords

Students deconstruct President Gerald R. Ford’s decision to sign the Helsinki Accords with the Soviet Union a...


Photo

Great Lakes

Satellite image: Great Lakes.

Historic Article

International Court of Justice: West Bank Barrier Illegal

On July 9, 2004, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) issued an advisory opinion that Israel’s West Bank ...



Article

boundary

Encyclopedic entry. A boundary is a real or imaginary line that separates two things. In geography, boundaries sep...

Article

region

Encyclopedic entry. A region is an area of land that has common features. A region can be defined by natural or ar...


Article

Afghanistan and Pakistan Ethnic Groups

An ethnolinguistic map of showing different language and cultural groups across Afghanistan and Pakistan....


Photo

Arctic Seafloor

Map: Bathymetric map of the Arctic.


Lesson

European Borders Through History

Students compare maps of European borders at three points in history: after World War I, after World War II, and th...

Historic Article

End of the Six-Day War

On June 10, 1967, Israel and Syria agreed to a United Nations-brokered cease-fire, ending the Six-Day War. ...