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Canadian Geography Standards

Canadian Geographic Education published Canadian National Standards for Geography: A Standards-Based Guide to K-12 Geography in 2001.

This Standards-Based Guide contains broad learning objectives and sample learning activities that are based upon six essential elements of geography: (1) the world in spatial terms (location); (2) places and regions; (3) physical systems; (4) human systems; (5) environment and society; and (6) the uses of geography.

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Canadian Geography Standards - Scope and Sequence chart
Canadian Geography Standards — Scope and Sequence chart.
Canadian Geographic Education has recently published the Canadian National Standards for Geography: Scope and Sequence Chart. This chart is extracted from The Standards Guide.

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