Index
Activities:
application (functional), 254-271
drawing, 259
general classroom, 260-261
listening, 257
manual, 259-260
observing, 256-257
oral, 257-258
reading, 255-256
in weather and climate study, 311- 312, 316-318, 322-323
writing, 258-259
Adler, B., 20n
Agricultural Statistics, 131
Agriculture, value of geographic knowledge to, 7-9
Altitude, 41
American Geographical Society, 8, 187, 228
America's Strategy in World Politics ( Spykman), 12n
Anderson, Marion, 214, 229n, 232n
Anderzhon, Mamie L., 27, 61n, 141
Andrews, Jane, 300
Anecdotes, use in motivating interest in reading, 199-201
Animals, observing of, 286
Antarctic Circle, 38, 39, 70
Application activities, 254-271
"Approach to Map Study, An" ( Dudley ), 25n
Arctic Circle, 38, 39, 70
"Armchair Exploration" ( Stefansson), 222n
Art of Thinking, The ( Dimnet), 164n
Asa, Jessie, 68, 69n
Assignment, reading in geography, 207-213
Association tests, 250-251
Audio-Visual Guide, 72n
Audio-Visual Materials and Methods in the Social Studies, National Council for the Social Studies, 149n
Australian Geographer, 228
Badeau, J. S., 13
Baker, Emily V., 68
Bar graph, 116-118
Baxter, Eugenia, 210
Bechdolt, Jack, 227n
Beebe, William, 230
Birds, observing of, 280-282, 285- 286
Bjornson, Björnstjerne, 233
Blind, map use by the, 68
Blouch, Adelaide, 149
Blumenstock, David I., 325n
Boom Town Boy ( Lenski), 232
Bowman, Isaiah, 5, 6, 20n, 22n
Brockmeyer, Irene, 94
Broken-bar graph, 116
Bulletin of American Geographic Society, 20n
Burgess, Alvin V., 65
Business, geography and, 7-9, 20-22, 112-113
Business Geography course, 326-328
Byrd, Richard E., 229
Canadian Geographical Journal, The 228
Carpenter, Helen M., 219n

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Title Page xi
  • 1 - Geography: Its Nature and Function 1
  • References 17
  • 2 - Maps and Globes Are Our Business 19
  • 3 - Pictures as Geographic Tools 76
  • 4 - Graphs and Statistics In Geographic Education 112
  • 7 - Reading as a Tool In Geographic Education 190
  • 8 - Geographic Reading Materials 222
  • 9 - Unit Planning and Functional Activities 236
  • 10 - A Geographic Readiness Program 275
  • 11 - The Teaching of Weather And Climate 305
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