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Geography equips students with the knowledge and skills to interpret the world in which they live; recognize the responsibilities they have in relation to other people, the environment, and the long-term sustainability of the planet; and make sense of a complex and changing world.
In Part A, you will examine three continents: Europe, as well as North and South America. Geographic features, social and cultural attributes, government systems, and economic resources will be studied for each region. In addition, you will use mapping skills to locate some of the 195 countries in the world today.
No textbook is needed for this course. A headset may be beneficial when watching videos.
You are required to take two exams for this course.
Your final grade will be based on the number of points you earn on assignments and exams. Points are earned in the following manner:
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The following grading scale will be utilized:
After completing the course, unofficial transcripts will be available in the Tiger Portal. See this page for information on requesting official transcripts.
Canvas and Technical Support - middle school
Canvas is the where course content, grades, and communication will reside for this course.
- This course is mobile-friendly. Download the mobile apps on your iOS, Android device.
- Getting Started with Canvas
- View the Getting Started Canvas Guides.
- For Canvas, Passwords, or any other computer-related technical support create a ticket in Canvas or contact Mizzou Academy Support.
- How to Get Help in Canvas
- Mizzou Academy Support Phone: +1 855 256-4975
- Tiger Portal login - http://mizzouk12.missouri.edu (Links to an external site.)
- Mizzou Academy Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
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