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  1.   The Physical Geography of Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica - "The Ring of Fire"
Glencoe Social Studies, Glencoe World Geography Online_ Glencoe World Geography Site Search Social Studies Product Map Contact Home Info Us Chapter 32: The Physical Geography of Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica "The Ring of Fire" Introduction Students have read about the physical geography of Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica. In this activity they will learn more about the location and origins of the Ring of Fire and how it relates to volcanic activity in the region. They will also learn about bo...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   Samoan Siapo Bark Cloth
Samoan Siapo Bark Cloth Create your own version of beautiful Somoan Siapo bark cloth using a brown paper bag. Use your knowledge of geometry, too! 1. Samoa is part of Oceania, an area of about 25,000 islands in the Pacific Ocean off of Australia. Samoans are known for art called Siapo. Bark from a mulberry tree is pounded into very thin sheets and dried in the sun. Artists mix plant dyes and other natural materials to paint stylized designs, primarily geometric shapes, on the cl...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  3.   The Immigrants of Brooklyn: Now and Then
...28% Native Born, 2,448,708, 72% Brooklyn in the Civil War Brooklyn Public Library - Brooklyn Collection www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org/civilwar Where Did They Come From? 600,000 500,000 400,000 Population 300,000 1855 2000 200,000 100,000 0 Europe Asia Latin America North America Africa Oceania Region or Origin Brooklyn in the Civil War Brooklyn Public Library - Brooklyn Collection www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org/civilwar
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  4.   Searching for Big Brother
...George Orwell - Fact or Fantasy? Project URL: http://www.teachnet-lab.org/FKLANE/pmaslow/1984/ compare.htm About the teacher: How it works: Peggy Maslow recently In his classic book, 1984, George Orwell includes specific retired after over 25 years methods and behaviors used by those who controlled Oceania that of teaching English are based on history, as well as others he created himself. literature and using Students do research to show that the methods and behaviors technology for much of that Orwell depicted are based on the behavior of other dictators. time. She continues to be Students also show that so...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   Continents of the World
...irection it is from North America where we live. Ask them if anyone knows what animals are found in Australia that aren't found on any other continent. 3. Method: Have the kids on the floor in front of the chalkboard and do a picture walk through Disney's Wonderful World of Knowledge: Australia and Oceania. Have a class discussion about how the Australians live. (One point that they will especially be interested in is the fact that many Australian children go to school by radio. They stay home and listen to school on the radio and have to mail their tests and assignments in to the teacher.) Be sure to talk ab...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  6.   Olympics (World Celebrations)
...the interlocking circles which was designed after a similar pattern found on an ancient alter in Greece. This has come to represent the international sporting friendship. The rings also stand for the 5 parts of the world that were represented in the early modern Olympic Games (Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania, and the Americas), each being connected to its neighbor to symbolize the friendship connection. The colors used on the flag are represented at least once in most nations flags as well. Second, the torch symbolizes the athlete's work toward perfection and their struggle for victory. It also symbolizes the c...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   Around the World in 80 Days - or Less
.... You must check to insure that no other team is going to that country. You may travel to the countries in any order you wish. Consider placing a world map on the wall and marking each country chosen. Africa Europe Central and South America Asia (includes Southeast and Southwest Asia) Polynesia and Oceania (including Australia and New Zealand) 3. As an individual research team member you will conduct research relevant to your position. You will meet with your team members and organize a class presentation for each country. You may use whatever presentational aides are available and appropriate. Be creative, i...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Global Interdependence
...he race in the same place or you may divide the class into eight groups and have each group begin in a different region of the world. Trekking Shoes One shoe for each continent for each student cut from the trekking shoes sheet. AFRICA ANTARCTICA ASIA CENTRAL AMERICA EUROPE AND RUSSIA NORTH AMERICA OCEANIA SOUTH AMERICA Day 3: If possible take the students to the computer lab for the final activity or copy the following articles "Global Warming-Impacts, Water Resources", "Environmental Quality & Recreation" and "Flood Control" at http://yosemite.epa.gov/oar/globalwarming.nsf/content/ImpactsWaterResources.html...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Climate Change Roundtable
...y will participate in a round table discussion on climate change, specifically global warming. 2. Assign students to eight groups, one for each region of the world they explored during the road race in the previous lesson. ( Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Central America, Europe & Russia, North America, Oceania, and South America) 3. Students will research web sites to find evidence of global warming in their region to present in the round table discussion. They will also prepare a display of how climate change will potentially impact the physical and living environment of their region. Day 2 and 3 (2 class period...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   The Cultural Geography of Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica - "Australia"
Glencoe Social Studies, Glencoe World Geography Online_ Glencoe World Geography Site Search Social Studies Product Map Contact Home Info Us Chapter 33: The Cultural Geography of Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica "Australia" Introduction Students have read about Australia's diverse population. In this lesson they will learn about immigration patterns and multiculturalism in Australia. They will also learn about trends in immigrants' regions of origin. Lesson Description Students will use information...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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