PLACES AND PEOPLES OF THE WORLD
Welcome to the home page for GEOGR 1300, Places and Peoples of the World. Here you will find updates and announcements from class, links to current news events, and basic information about how to contact your instructor (me).
Please explore the site at your leisure, and check out information from lectures, handouts including study guides, and links to sites you might find useful for your term paper, or just for general interest.
PLEASE NOTE: This site is under construction. Watch for frequent improvements and additions.
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Study guide available for final exam: Remember that the final will be available Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of exam week (April 17, 18 and 19). The study guide is now available via the handouts page.
Response paper #2 posted: Check the handouts page for a PDF of the assignment, and a link to the article that you'll need to read (you will also need to read sections of your textbook).
Study guide available for exam #2: Remember that exam #2 will be available Thursday and Friday (March 8 and 9). The study guide is now available via the handouts page. No class Friday March 9, to give you time to take the exam.
Response paper #1 posted:
See the handouts
page for a copy of the assignment, and a link to the article you need
to read and respond to. Due date is
REMINDER- no class Monday February 6th: Remember that Monday is exam day. No class-- take the exam at the testing centers instead (or study- remember you can take the exam any time Monday or Tuesday, see below). Good luck!
Study guide for exam #1 posted: Exam #1 will be available Monday and Tuesday, February 6th and 7th, at the testing centers on the Ogden and Davis campuses. See the handouts page for the study guide (available as a PDF file).
Survey assignment due Friday January 13th: See the handouts page for a copy of the assignment if you've lost yours.
|Young Americans are geographically illiterate, suggests National Geographic. Click here for the news story, or click here for the National Geographic survey that led to this conclusion. How would you fare?|
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