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  1.   Climb a Mountain, Raft a River on Your Own Land
BLM Lesson Plan Climb a Mountain, Raft a River on Your Own Land Grade: K-2 Overview Young students will become familiar with map skills by creating their own map. They will be introduced to the concept of public lands and their varied uses. The students will draw symbols that represent types of land features and symbols that represent the di...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   2004 Mountains in the Sea Expedition - A Matter of Density
2004 Mountains in the Sea Expedition A Matter of Density Focus Factors affecting the density of seawater seatinG arranGeMent Classroom style or groups of 3-4 students Grade LeveL 7-8 (Physical Science) MaxiMuM nuMber oF students 30 Focus Question What is the relationship between temperature, salinity, pressure, and th...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Mountain in the Sea Exploration - Journey to the Unknown
Mountains in the Sea Exploration Journey to the Unknown FOCUS Ocean Exploration deep-sea animal pictures can be found at http:// extremescience.com/deepcreat.htm http://tqjunior.thinkquest.org/ 4106, and http://www.ocean.udel.edu/deepsea/gallery/ gallery.html WHOI Posters of Deep Sea Sites (optional) Octacoral photos...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  4.   Mountains in the Sea Exploration - Fishy Deep-sea Designs!
Mountains in the Sea Exploration Fishy Deep-sea Designs! Focus Adaptations of fishes living in the mesopelagic and bathypelagic zones of the deep ocean Students will predict where scientists will find certain species of fish living along the Hudson Shelf Valley and in Hudson Canyon in the upcoming expedition. Grade...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  5.   Mountains in the Sea Exploration - Come On Down!
Mountains in the Sea Exploration Come On Down! FOCUS Ocean Exploration GRADE LEVEL Grade 7-8 FOCUS QUESTION What technological capabilities are required for the operation of deep sea submersibles? LEARNING OBJECTIVES Students will research the development and implementation of a research vessel/vehicle used for de...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  6.   Analysis of Atmospheric Conditions for a High Mountain Retreat
...est viewing and navigation, enable Javascript in your browser. Search: ( )all words ( )any words NASA + Visit NASA.gov ( )exact phrase + Visit the ASDC Home Page MY NASA DATA Banner MY NASA DATA HOME DATA ACCESS LESSON PLANS COMPUTER TOOLS SCIENCE FOCUS Analysis of Atmospheric Conditions for a High Mountain Retreat Purpose: To examine the relationship between altitude, Image of Tibet's Polata atmospheric pressure, temperature and humidity at a particular Palace location. Grade Level: 7-12 Estimated Time for Completing Activity: 60 minutes Learning Outcomes: Students will explore correlations between atmospheric...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  7.   Weaving Heritage Through the Strands of Mountain Windsong
...e used in this lesson, he or she may wish to consider reading Morgan and Saxton's Asking Better Questions. Ontario: Pembroke Publishers, 1994. I did observe similar patterns emerging in the student artifacts; more students chose to etch somewhat familiar images into their clay pieces, such as suns, mountains, and distant birds. I presumed that some reproduced these images because of the simplicity of the design, but some also demonstrated cognizance levels beyond my presumptions, both as they created and as they interpreted them in others' artifacts. I was also surprised that not one student in any class comment...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  8.   Views and Voices from Within : The Art and Writing of Estelle Ishigo, Heart Mountain Internment Camp, 1942-1945
Views and Voices From Within : The Art and Writing of Estelle Ishigo, Heart Mountain Internment Camp, 1942-1945 Lesson plan by Martha Berner Grades Four and Five Click on thumbnails to view full size images throughout lesson plan. Reference Documents Background on Japanese American Internment and Estelle Ishigo Chronology of Japanese American Internment Objectives, Assessment, Standards Corre...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Mountains of Erosion
Mountains of Erosion Target Grade Level: 4th 5th Objectives: Students will: 1. realize that water may change the appearance of land formations. 2. acquire more knowledge about the concept of erosion. 3. build what they believe to be the strongest mountain possible to withstand water erosion through group consensus and...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Make a Mountain
...ivities: Ready-Set-Math: Measuring (2 short lessons) Go to.... Home Site Features Professional Development Weblinks In the News Biography Page Instructor's Resources Classroom Activities Teaching Resources NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct Weblinks Methods Books Professional Books Ready-Set-Math Make a Mountain Ages: 3-4 years Items needed: Moist sand or a large quantity of clay/play dough String or heavy yarn The material is divided into two piles. The child uses one pile to make as high a mountain as possible. The challenge is to create another mountain of equal height. The child measures one mountain with a piece...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K


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