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Teaching Geography: Teacher Talk

[Channel-talkgeography] Question

From: brenda.nosal <brenda.nosal@neomin.org>
Date: Mon Mar 05 2007 - 18:36:12 EST
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I am confused about how a spacial understanding of regions translate into
real-world policy. Are they asking how regions are formed by location,
cultural make-up, simularities and differences... in relation to their
specific location? If we could talk this out, I am sure I can get it.

Brenda L Weiser (Nosal)
(330)505-3698

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Received on Tue Mar 6 09:35:32 2007

 

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