Lessons for Latitude and Longitude

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  • Around the World in Eight Hours - … , symbols, and color coding Learning direction on a map Using map grids (introduce latitude and longitude) Using map scale Learning about titles, labels and inset maps Special maps: landform, climate, vegetation, resources Physical features and relief maps Continents andlatitude and longitude using a map on an overhead. Choose a few places on the map and ask students to identify these areas using latitude and longitude
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  • Trippin' to the Poles and the Blue Nose Ritual - Exercises in Latitude and Longitude and Polar Travel - … Banner TEA Navbar Trippin' to the Poles and the Blue Nose Ritual Exercises in Latitude and Longitude and Polar Travel hook data resources main student Author Contact Information Larry Rose is a TEA Associate and Teacher at … the journals of TEA teachers. The students will use Latitude and Longitude, map scales and time zone studies to lay out their trip to …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Faults are at Fault: Where Earthquakes Occur - … Area, and California Earthquake Hazards Student Web Page Grouping Groups of two Teacher tips Students will need familiarity with latitude and longitude prior to starting this lesson. The website, Latitude and Longitude provides a good introduction or review … 48 states http://earthquake.usgs.gov/regional/qfaults/ usmap.php Latitude and Longitude Review Lesson http://www.teachingboxes.org/jsp/teachingboxes/ plateTectonics/prerequisites …
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  • Assessing the Situation - … In this activity, students will use the scale, the key, and longitude and latitude on a map to determine where they have crashed. They … distance. Use scale, key, latitude and longitude to interpret a map. Describe the motion of an object by tracing and measuring its position over … map provided on the student sheet notice the scale, key, latitude, and longitude markings. The students will go through a short exercise in …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Gee, What HaPpened on This Spot? - … and contrast rural and urban, • explain significant historical events of their county, and • estimate the amount of difference small amounts of movement in latitude and longitude. National Geography Standards: 1. How to use maps and other geographic representations, tools, and technologies to acquire, process, and report information … the county and explain the goals of the activity. • From the map and aerial photograph, students will estimate the latitude and longitude (degrees, seconds, and minutes …
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  • Linkages between Surface Temperature and Tropospheric Ozone - … student will investigate and understand how to read and interpret maps, globes, models, charts, and imagery. Key concepts include location by latitude and longitude and topographic profiles. ES.12: The student will investigate and understand the origin and evolution of the atmosphere and the interrelationship …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Exploration - Mapping Deep-Sea Habitats - … -east-west directions and/or latitude and longitude), topography (steepness), and depth. Ask them to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of two-dimensional and three-dimensional topographic … Data Reduction Sheet grid, each cell representing 4 minutes of latitude and longitude. The entire grid represents an area of 80 nautical miles … Data Reduction Sheet grid, each cell representing 2 minutes of latitude and longitude. The entire grid represents an area of 80 nautical miles …
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  • Addresses in the Sky - … of longitude and latitude. Explain that the field of stars we look up and out at, also has a globe shape, surrounding the earth, and that astronomers also use coordinates rather like longitude and latitude to … on earth, but are given as Declination and Right Ascension, not latitude and longitude. Declination is just like latitude. A star's declination describes its …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Beach Sands of the World - … observe sand samples and then find the possible origins of the sand on a world map by plotting the latitude and longitude. Materials: · · · · · · · sand … travel, swapping, friends etc). Look up the approximate latitude and longitude for each sample and make a note of it. Assign a random letter … alphabetic team letter on the world map by matching the latitude and longitude coordinates they were given. Discussion: 7) Are there any noticeable …
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  • Where in the World am I Headed? - … represents longitude in degrees. Allow the students to practice comprehension of this coordinate system by mentioning a certain latitude number and longitude number and having … student practice by calling out a city or state and ask what the latitude and longitude of this position is. Repeat this several times … look for such as: city names, state outlines, compass rose, latitude and longitude, and dashed line markings to illustrate major divisions.)
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
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