This multi-media online World Geography course introduces students to different cultures and societies throughout the world. In Geography, students learn about weather and climate and how these two factors influence the products that are sold and manufactured in different countries. The influences of trade and economics are explained in the creation of an international culture. Students have the opportunity to see how industry has impacted the ecosystems of the various geographic regions studied. Students also investigate various forms of government and the impact that governmental control can have on its citizens. In the first half, Geography A, students explore the North American Continent, South America, and parts of Europe within 53 lessons. In the second half, Geography B, students continue their study of Europe, as well as exploring Africa, Asia, Australia, the Middle East (Southwest Asia) and the Pacific region within 51 lessons.
This full unit course is self-contained with no additional textbook or print materials.
There are 4 graded discussion boards and 26 examinations in World Geography (online).