Hello, I'm Mrs. Morey and I will be your World Geography teacher. This class is an interesting class as we look at other cultures and physical features around the world.
I am of the Baby Boomer generation and have been married to a wonderful man for 40 years. We have two sons and a grandson. We live out in the country so I have quite a drive to school each day and I car pool with another teacher.
I am tough but fair in my class and if you put in the work then you will pass this class. This is high school and everything thing you do counts. Colleges and future employers will be looking at your high school records make sure they like what they see.
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World Geography is a survey course covering the study of the earth's surface and the processes that shape it. It includes the study of how people have adapted to and altered the places in which they live and the spread of cultures, political system and economic systems as well as cartography (map making).
Syllabus: Grade Level
First Quarter (9 weeks) - Units 1 and 2, Basics of Geography/Physical Geography/Forces Shaping the Earth; Regional Studies/Physical Geography of the World
Second Quarter (9 Weeks) – Units 3 and 4, History/Government & Citizenship; Economics, Science, Technology and Society
Third Quarter (9 Weeks) – Units 5 and 6, Introduction to World Culture; In-Depth Look into World Cultures
Fourth Quarter (9 Weeks) – Unit 7, Political Geography
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enter your grades for each six week and your first semester final, the spread sheet will calculate where you stand.