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Geography and history studies introduce spatial awareness, continents, and basic mapping skills while fostering an understanding of their own communities and the broader world, including explorations of Native American cultures, early American history.

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Geography and history studies facilitate understanding of the physical and cultural world, encompassing spatial awareness, map skills, human-environment interactions, and the development of civilizations from ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia to European exploration of the Americas, fostering both geographical orientation and cultural understanding essential for global citizenship.

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History and Geography encompasses spatial awareness, human-environment interaction, cultural relationships, and various historical regions and civilizations, including continents, oceans, Early Asian, Modern Japanese, and Ancient Greek civilizations, as well as US historical events such as The Constitution, Westward Expansion, the Civil War, and biographies.

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History covers World Geography, World History with a focus on Ancient Rome, and American History starting with Native Americans, providing foundational knowledge for future historical studies.

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Geography introduces physical features and geography concepts, followed by an exploration of Ancient African Kingdoms, medieval European history, Chinese dynasties, and the American Revolution, with a thematic emphasis on origins connecting each unit.

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Explore abstract concepts like longitude and latitude alongside specific studies such as World Lakes, while historical content covers Mesoamerican civilizations, European exploration, the Renaissance, Reformation, and the evolution of England, Russia, and Japan, culminating in an in-depth examination of the U.S. Civil War and westward expansion.

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World History delves into humanity’s evolution over time, across diverse cultures, emphasizing societal, legal, technological, and philosophical aspects, with a focus on significant cultures like Mesopotamia, the Mediterranean, Europe, China, India, Russia, and the Americas, while also exploring world governments, religions, and economic systems.

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