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Short Summary of World Geography

World Geography is a survey course of the regions of the world. Physical features, climates, resources, and interconnetions to the rest of the world are a major focus.

Students should be aquainted with various regions and their importance to other areas at the conclusion of this course.

This study is in no way intended to be a conclusion in itself -- but rather a starting point to learn more about our world and how it functions.

Grading Scale

100 - 94% A
93 - 85% B
84 - 72% C
71 - 60% D

Classroom Rules

Seated and quiet with the bell to start class.

Quiet and attentive during class.

Be courteous and polite.

Remember: Good Behavior ='s No Problems!

A Short Biography

The teacher is a native of Illinois and attended Illinois State University, majoring in Geography.

Service to District 11 totals 33 years, including the teaching of Science, Earth Science, and Geography.

Additional Thoughts:

An education entails far more than a means to earn a living. To observe and understand the world around us is of paramount importance, and truly adds to the joy of living.






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