Alabama Courses of Study
AL.3. Geographical and Historical Studies: People, Places, and Regions
3.2. Locate the continents on a map or globe.
3.2.1. Using vocabulary associated with geographical features of Earth, including hill, plateau, valley, peninsula, island, isthmus, ice cap, and glacier.
3.2.2. Locating major mountain ranges, oceans, rivers, and lakes throughout the world.
3.4. Relate population dispersion to geographic, economic, and historic changes in Alabama and the world.
3.4.1. Identifying human and physical criteria used to define regions and boundaries.
3.8. Identify geographic links of land regions, river systems, and interstate highways between Alabama and other states.
3.8.2. Locating state and national parks on a map or globe.
3.12. Explain the significance of representations of American values and beliefs, including the Statue of Liberty, the statue of Lady Justice, the United States flag, and the national anthem.