Standards for OH

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Alignment to Standards for OH

1 SS/1 GEO 4 Maps can be used to locate and identify places.
1 SS/1 GEO 5 Places are distinctive because of their physical characteristics (land forms and bodies of water) and human characteristics (structures built by people).
2 SS/2 GEO 5 Maps and their symbols can be interpreted to answer questions about location of places.
4 SC/4 ES-A Earthês surface has specific characteristics and landforms that can be identified.
4 SC/4 ES-A2 Earthês surface can change due to erosion and deposition of soil, rock or sediment. Catastrophic events such as flooding, volcanoes and earthquakes can create landforms.
4 SC/4 ES-B The surface of Earth changes due to weathering.
4 SC/4 ES-B1 Rocks change shape, size and/or form due to water or ice movement, freeze and thaw, wind, plant growth, gases in the air, pollution and catastrophic events such as earthquakes, mass wasting, flooding and volcanic activity. The ice movement (above) refers
4 SC/4 ES-C Water, wind and ice physically remove and carry (erosion) rock, soil and sediment and deposit the material in a new location.
4 SC/4 ES-C The surface of Earth changes due to erosion and deposition.
4 SC/4 ES-C Gravitational force affects movements of water, rock and soil.
5 SS/5 GEO 4 Globes and other geographic tools can be used to gather, process and report information about people, places and environments. Cartographers decide which information to include in maps.
K SS/PK GEO 6 Models and maps represent places.

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