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Gr ade 12 World, Geogr aphy A Human, P e r s p e c t i v e 4 0 S. A Course for Independent Study, Field Validation Version. M a ni t o b a E d u c a t i o n a n d A d v a n c e d L e a r nin g. Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning Cataloguing in Publication Data. Grade 12 world geography a human perspective 40S a. course for independent study Field validation version. This resource is available in print and electronic formats. Includes bibliographical references, ISBN 978 0 7711 6172 8 print. ISBN 978 0 7711 6173 5 pdf, 1 Geography Study and teaching Secondary. 2 Geography Study and teaching Secondary Manitoba, 3 Human geography Study and teaching Secondary.
4 Geography Programmed instruction, 5 Distance education Manitoba. 6 Correspondence schools and courses Manitoba, I Manitoba Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning. Copyright 2015 the Government of Manitoba represented by the Minister. of Education and Advanced Learning, Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning. School Programs Division, Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. Every effort has been made to acknowledge original sources and to comply. with copyright law If cases are identified where this has not been done please. notify Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning Errors or omissions will. be corrected in a future edition Sincere thanks to the authors artists and. publishers who allowed their original material to be used. All images found in this resource are copyright protected and should not. be extracted accessed or reproduced for any purpose other than for their. intended educational use in this resource, Any websites referenced in this resource are subject to change.
Available in alternate formats upon request, Acknowledgements vii. Introduction 1, Overview 3, What Will You Learn in This Course 3. How Is This Course Organized 4, What Resources Will You Need for This Course 5. Who Can Help You with This Course 6, How Will You Know How Well You Are Learning 8. How Much Time Will You Need to Complete This Course 10. When and How Will You Submit Completed Assignments 12. What Are the Guide Graphics For 14, Module Cover Sheets 15.
Module 1 World Geography Overview 1, Introduction 3. Lesson 1 The Origins and Growth of Geography 7, Lesson 2 The World s Physical Geography 19. Lesson 3 The World s Human Geography 35, Lesson 4 The Developed and Developing Countries 53. Module 1 Summary 91, Module 1 Learning Activity Answer Key 1. Contents iii, Module 2 World Population Characteristics Distribution and Growth 1.
Introduction 3, Lesson 1 Demographics and Geography 7. Lesson 2 World Population Distribution 39, Lesson 3 Contemporary Challenges 73. Module 2 Summary 105, Module 2 Learning Activity Answer Key 1. Module 3 World Food Supply Production and Distribution 1. Introduction 3, Lesson 1 Agriculture 7, Lesson 2 Agricultural Challenges 33. Lesson 3 Food from Water 63, Lesson 4 Technology Present and Future Challenges 87.
Module 3 Summary 103, Module 3 Learning Activity Answer Key 1. Module 4 World Resources Energy and the Environment 1. Introduction 3, Lesson 1 Resource Distribution 7, Lesson 2 Water 25. Lesson 3 Resource Demands 35, Lesson 4 World Energy 73. Module 4 Summary 111, Module 4 Learning Activity Answer Key 1. iv Grade 12 World Geography A Human Perspective, Module 5 World Industrialization and Urbanization 1.
Introduction 3, Lesson 1 Industrialization 5, Lesson 2 Urbanization 43. Lesson 3 Present and Future Challenges 63, Module 5 Summary 87. Module 5 Learning Activity Answer Key 1, Module 6 World Interdependence 1. Introduction 3, Lesson 1 Global Interdependence 5, Module 6 Summary 43. Module 6 Learning Activity Answer Key 1, References 1.
Glossary 1, Appendices 1, Appendix A Map of North America 3. Appendix B Map of Manitoba 5, Appendix C Map of the World 7. Appendix D 2011 Census Questions 9, Appendix E How to Cite References 17. Contents v, Acknowledgements, Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning gratefully acknowledges the contributions. of the following individuals in the development of Grade 12 World Geography A Human. Perspective 40S A Course for Independent Study Field Validation Version. Course Writer Diana Mae Boychuk Independent Consultant. 2015 Version, Course Writer David McDowell Independent Consultant.
2002 Version, Content Reviewer Kamal Dhillon Development Unit. Instructional Design Instruction Curriculum and Assessment Branch. Manitoba Education and Louise Boissonneault Document Production Services Unit. Advanced Learning Coordinator Educational Resources Branch. School Programs Division, Staff Linda Connor Development Unit. Project Leader Instruction Curriculum and Assessment Branch. Diane Courcelles Document Production Services Unit. Publications Editor Educational Resources Branch, Lynn Harrison Document Production Services Unit. Desktop Publisher Educational Resources Branch, Myrna Klassen Distance Learning Unit. Acting Coordinator Instruction Curriculum and Assessment Branch. as of Spring 2015, Gilles Landry Development Unit, Project Manager Instruction Curriculum and Assessment Branch.
Susan Lee Distance Learning Unit, Coordinator Instruction Curriculum and Assessment Branch. until Spring 2015, Linda Mlodzinski Development Unit. Consultant Instruction Curriculum and Assessment Branch. until May 2014, Acknowledgements vii, Gr ade 12 World. Geogr aphy A Human, P e r s p e c t i v e 4 0 S, Introduction. Introduction, Welcome to Grade 12 World Geography A Human Perspective 40S A Course for.
Independent Study Field Validation Version, What is a human perspective with regard to world geography The short. answer is that it is the study of the relationship between people and their. physical surroundings The long answer is that it is an in depth study of. humankind s relationship past and present with Earth and how human. activities past and present impact Earth and the challenges now faced in. dealing with the aftermath of those activities, Since the 1960s the world has been seen as interconnected What happens. in one area of the world impacts other areas Population resources food. industrialization and urbanization are issues with which each country must. cope At the forefront of those challenges is the environment and how we. can protect the environment while still solving the world s problems the. increasing world population the declining world resources maintaining an. adequate world food supply and the side effects of world urbanization and. industrialization trends, As a student enrolled in a distance learning course you have taken on a dual. role that of a student and a teacher As a student you are responsible for. mastering the lessons and completing the learning activities and assignments. As a teacher you are responsible for checking your work carefully noting. areas in which you need to improve and motivating yourself to succeed. What Will You Learn in This Course, This course outlines the challenges facing the world today Module 1 begins. with an overview of world geography Modules 2 to 5 each explore a specific. aspect of world geography from a human perspective and how that aspect is. connected on a global level Module 2 looks at world population Module 3. puts the spotlight on world food supply Module 4 studies world resources. and Module 5 focuses on industrialization and urbanization In Module 6 the. underlying theme of world interdependence that runs through each module. is brought to the forefront to show the big picture. The course reviews the major world challenges and demonstrates how those. challenges are connected not only globally in a physical sense but also to. each other and how they are all connected to and have an impact on the. environment It is all about connections, Introduction 3.
How Is This Course Organized, The Grade 12 World Geography A Human Perspective course consists of the. following six modules, QQ Module 1 World Geography Overview. QQ Module 2 World Population Characteristics Distribution and Growth. QQ Module 3 World Food Supply Production and Distribution. QQ Module 4 World Resources Energy and the Environment. QQ Module 5 World Industrialization and Urbanization. QQ Module 6 World Interdependence, Each module in this course consists of several lessons which contain the. following components, QQ Lesson Focus The Lesson Focus at the beginning of each lesson identifies. one or more specific goals that are addressed in the lesson The goals. identify the knowledge and skills you should have achieved by the end of. the lesson, QQ Introduction Each lesson begins with an explanation of what you will be.
learning in that lesson, QQ Lesson The main body of the lesson is made up of the content that you need. to learn It contains explanations diagrams and maps. QQ Learning Activities Most lessons include one or more learning activities. that will help you learn about the lesson topics and prepare you for the. assignments the midterm examination and the final examination Once. you complete a learning activity check your responses against those. provided in the Learning Activity Answer Key found at the end of each. applicable module You will not submit the completed learning activities to. your tutor marker, QQ Assignments Assignments are found throughout each module within this. course At the end of each module you will mail or electronically submit. all your completed assignments from that module to your tutor marker for. assessment All assignments combined will be worth a total of 50 percent of. your final mark in this course, QQ Glossary Terms This list identifies the important words that are used in the. lesson The glossary terms are highlighted in bold within the text They are. defined in the Glossary at the end of the course, QQ Summary Each lesson ends with a brief review of what you just learned. 4 Grade 12 World Geography A Human Perspective, This course also includes the following sections.
QQ Glossary The Glossary at the end of the course provides definitions for an. alphabetical list of the terms identified in bold throughout the course You. can use the Glossary to review terms used in the course. QQ Appendices At the end of the course you will find five appendices which. contain maps a sample census and instructions on how to cite references. QQ References At the end of the course you will also find a list of references. used to develop this course, What Resources Will You Need for This Course. You do not need a textbook for this course but it would be beneficial if you. had access to a current atlas All the content is provided directly within the. course There are some lessons where website links are offered as sources. of information or for supplementary reference and reading however if you. do not have access to the Internet you can still complete the course You. will need a notebook to answer questions for the learning activities where. insufficient space has been provided for the answers You will also require. access to an email account so that you can communicate with your tutor. marker A valid email account is required for your Blackboard Learn profile. The website address for Blackboard Learn is https bblearn merlin mb ca. Note This course contains a number of images that are best viewed in colour. Colour versions of these images in PDF format are available on Blackboard. Learn at https bblearn merlin ca Students are issued a username and. password at the time of registration If Internet access is unavailable a CD. with these images is available upon request from the Distance Learning Unit. Optional Resources, It would be helpful if you had access to the following resources. QQ Photocopier scanner With access to a photocopier scanner you could make. a copy of your assignments before submitting them so that if your tutor. marker wants to discuss an assignment with you over the phone each of. you will have a copy It would also allow you to continue studying or to. complete further lessons while your original work is with the tutor marker. Photocopying or scanning your assignments will also ensure that you keep. a copy in case the originals are lost, QQ Resource people Access to local resource people such as teachers school. counsellors and librarians would help you complete the course. ac k n o W l e d G e m e n t s Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the following individuals in the development of Grade 12 World Geography A Human Perspective 40S A Course for Independent Study Field Validation Version

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