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  1.   Lesson Plan 6 - Historical Landmarks
Download Microsoft Word version of this lesson. Theme: St. Augustine's Historical Landmarks Purpose: Students will identify and explain the historical importance of St. Augustine's four historical buildings. Objectives: Visual Arts; Grades 6 - 8; Competency Goal 1 The learner will develop critical and creative thinking skills and perceptual awareness necessary for understanding and producing art. L...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Navigating by Landmarks
Navigating by Landmarks Time Frame: Summary: 4 class periods that run Students examine and apply the relationship between 30 minutes each. concrete landmarks, abstract written directions, and graphic representations on maps, and then develop their Group Size: own landmark map for classroom use. Large Groups Main Curriculum Tie: Soc...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   "How can we create a timeline that reflects the historical significance of a landmark building?"
The Power to Learn The Arts Activities Teacher Toolbox Links Games Teacher Toolbox Student Gallery Careers Landmark Restoration Project Ask the Expert Title of Lesson: "How can we create a timeline that reflects the historical significance of Poll a landmark building?" Home Objective: Students will demonstrate understanding of the historical significance of a landmark building through the creation of a series of timelines...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  4.   Landmark Restoration Project
The Power to Learn The Arts Activities Teacher Toolbox Links Games Teacher Toolbox Student Gallery Careers Landmark Restoration Project Ask the Expert Title of Lesson: "How can we apply ratio and proportion to the creation of the scale model Poll replica of a land mark building?" Home Objective: Students will demonstrate understanding of ratio and proportion as it applies to the creation of a scale model replica of an actu...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Is It A Landmark?
LESSON PLANS Is It A Landmark? Objective: Students will identify historic and modern landmarks in their town. Warm-Up Activity: Your town/neighborhood has landmarks. Landmarks are buildings, sites, or objects (such as a tree) that have special significance because of their history, construction, or long association with a place. Landmarks...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Research world landmarks to create a global calendar
...Home Around the World Calendar At School Product Tutorials Updated: January 22, 2007 Lesson Plans Lesson plan How-to Articles Solutions and Services In this lesson, students learn about the history Related Links Product Center and culture of countries around the world by How to Buy exploring famous landmarks or monuments. They ? View more lesson Partners in Learning discuss how those landmarks represent the culture plans Education Programs of the country and how the landmarks reflect that ? View all how-to Worldwide country's collective memory. Working in teams, articles Education Partners they create a year-lon...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   Landmark Supreme Court Decisions: History and Effect
LESSON PLAN: Landmark Supreme Court Decisions: History and Effect Submitted by: Louise Teaman, Van Buren HS Subject Area: American History Date Posted: November 2, 2003 Keywords: U.S. History, Supreme Court, Government, Constitutional law Grade level: 10 th grade Timeframe: Four or five 50 minute class periods OVERVIEW In this le...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Creating a Landmark Calendar-An Enterprise for Your School
Title: Author: Organization: Location: Grade Level: Time Allotment: Overview: Creating a Landmark Calendar-An Enterprise for Your School Liesa Schroeder Santa Fe Trail Elementary School Independence School District Independence, Missouri Middle Elementary. 5-8 grades 12-16 hours Students will team up with graphic design specialists in order to structure a school-based enterprise with the goal of publishin...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  9.   Landmark Leaders
Landmark Leaders Celebrate national leaders! Open the doors and windows of a government building to reveal memorable accomplishments of presidents and prime ministers. 1. What is a government? What skills do national leaders need to run a successful government? Flags, languages, faiths, animals, and even buildings are...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  10.   Golden Landmarks
Golden Landmarks Towers, domes, pinnacles---Golden Landmarks are found around the world. Your drawings of these architectural marvels gleam and shimmer! 1. Almost every culture and tradition marks its most important places by constructing beautiful architecture on those sites. Those buildings, which are created to inspire th...
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    Grade Level: 3-12


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