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Geography Alive!

Regions and People

Student Edition

Teachers’ Curriculum Institute

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Director of Development: Liz Russell

Editorial Project Manager: Laura Alavosus

Content Editors: John Bergez, John Burner

Production Editors: Mali Apple, Beverly Cory

Editorial Assistant: Anna Embree

Art Director: John F. Kelly

Production Manager: Lynn Sanchez

Senior Graphic Designer: Christy Uyeno

Graphic Designers: Katy Haun, Paul Rebello, Don Taka

Photo Edit Manager: Margee Robinson

Art Editor: Eric Houts

Audio Director: Katy Haun


Teachers’ Curriculum Institute

P.O. Box 50996

Palo Alto, CA 94303


Copyright © 2006 by Teachers’ Curriculum Institute.

No parts of the publication may be reproduced without written

permission from the publisher. Printed in the United States of America.


ISBN 1-58371-426-X

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Program Directors

Bert Bower

Jim Lobdell


Program Advisors

National Council for Geographic Education


Program Author

Diane Hart is a nationally recognized social studies textbook author and assessment consultant. She has authored several basal social studies textbooks for students at all levels. She has also written texts for students with special needs that are used in schools, adult literacy, and citizenship classes. In addition to her writing, she consults with state departments of education on the development of standards-based social studies assessments. A former teacher and Woodrow Wilson Fellow, with a master’s degree in history from Stanford University, Ms. Hart is deeply involved in social studies education. She is active in California Council for the Social Studies and serves on the Board of Directors of the National Council for the Social Studies. In both her professional and volunteer activities, she is guided by two passions. The first is engaging students in the social studies curriculum by creating compelling, accessible textbooks. The second is to ensure that all students have opportunities to develop the knowledge, skills, and habits of the heart that they will need to be effective citizens in a complex world.


Curriculum Developers

Julie Cremin

Erin Fry

Amy George

Colleen Guccione

Steve Seely

Kelly Shafsky

Lisa Sutterer


Contributing Writers

Wendy Frey

Erin Fry

Brent Goff

Holly Melton

Hilarie Staton

Ellen Todras

Julie Weiss


Teacher and Content Consultants

Melissa Aubuchon

Indian Trail Middle School

Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202

Plainfield, Illinois


Jim Bredin

Office of the Great Lakes

Lansing, Michigan


Srinivasan Damodharan

New Horizon High School

Bangalore, India


Sarah Giese

Kenmore Middle School

Arlington Public Schools

Arlington, Virginia

Jim Gindling

Willink Middle School

Webster Central School District

Webster, New York

Diana Jordan

Kenmore Middle School

Arlington Public Schools

Arlington, Virginia


Marianne Kenney (NCGE)

Geography Education Consultant

Denver, Colorado

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Teacher and Content Consultants (cont.)

Miles Lawrence

NOAA TPC/National Hurricane Center

Miami, Florida


Patrick McCrystle

Bellarmine College Preparatory

San Jose, California


Deanna Morrow

Martinez Middle School

Hillsborough County School District

Lutz, Florida


Michael Radcliffe

Greenville High School

Greenville Public Schools

Greenville, Michigan


Betsy Sheffield

National Snow and Ice Data Center

Boulder, Colorado


Stacy Stewart

NOAA TPC/National Hurricane Center

Miami, Florida


Fred Walk (NCGE)

Normal Community High School

McLean County Unit District No. 5

Normal, Illinois


Department of Geography

Illinois State University

Normal, Illinois


Scholars

Dr. Siaw Akwawua

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

University of Northern Colorado


Dr. Robert Bednarz (NCGE)

College of Geosciences

Texas A&M University


Dr. James Dunn (NCGE)

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

University of Northern Colorado


Dr. Bill Fraser

Polar Oceans Research Group

Palmer Station, AntarcticaSheridan, Montana


Dr. Patricia Gober (NCGE)

Department of Geography

Arizona State University


Dr. Susan Hardwick (NCGE)

Department of Geography

University of Oregon


Professor Gail Hobbs (NCGE)

Department of Anthropological and Geographical Sciences

Los Angeles Pierce College


Dr. Phil Klein (NCGE)

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

University of Northern Colorado


Dr. Gwenda Rice (NCGE)

College of Education

Western Oregon University


Dr. Kit Salter (retired; NCGE)

Department of Geography

University of Missouri


Dr. Earl Scott (retired)

Department of Geography

University of Minnesota

Music Consultant

Melanie Pinkert

Music Faculty

Montgomery College, Maryland


Geography Specialist

Mapping Specialists

Madison, Wisconsin


Internet Consultant

Clinton Couse

Educational Technology Consultant

Seattle, Washington


Researcher

Jessica Efron

Library Faculty

Appalachian State University

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