Cultural Geography, 4th ed.
Cultural Geography, 4th ed. Resources
About Cultural Geography, 4th ed.
The textbook provides a survey of geographic principles through a regional approach. Beginning in North America, students will "travel" from continent to continent around the world studying the geography, cultures, land forms, climates, resources, economy, religions, and government of each country. This new edition features a new opening chapter and is filled with photographs, charts, maps, and first-person accounts that make this "virtual world tour" an exciting and stimulating exploration of world geography and culture.
Cultural Geography Maps (6.28 Mb zip file)—Gray-scale maps of various countries around the world from the Student Activities Manual
- USGS: United States Geological Survey—Fairly technical. Of possible interest to teachers wishing to expand their knowledge. Covers many branches of geology, from glaciation to volcanology. Includes lesson plans under “education” heading.
- National Geographic: Maps and Geography Index—Links to all related parts of the site (including games and lessons).
- Geography World—Database of websites for teaching Geography.
- Awesome Library: Geography Lessons—Links to Geography lessons throughout the web.
- NOAA Education resources—Links to geography resources and lesson plans for teachers.
- EPA Education Resources—Lesson plans and resources for our environment (ecosystems, water, etc.).
- Dispatches from the Front—Exciting excerpts from evangelism documentaries, issued by Frontline Missions
- Planet Earth—Excerpts from BBC documentaries on various facets of the earth’s geography
- Internet Geography—Thorough coverage of the basic fields of geography (physical, human, economic, environmental etc.). Lessons and activities included.
- The CIA World Factbook—Reliable source for country facts and statistics (economic, political, historical, social etc.).
- Nationmaster.com—Great source of international and national statistics (including the best, the worst, the largest, smallest etc.).
- Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection—Exhaustive collection of maps for each country.
- U.S. Dept. of State: Background notes on countries—According to the site, “these publications include facts about the land, people, history, government, political conditions, economy, and foreign relations of independent states, some dependencies, and areas of special sovereignty.” Very thorough.
- CensusScope—U.S. census information based on the 2000 Census
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