logo
         
Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 784 for Oregon
  1.   Central Oregon Road Map
CENTRAL OREGON ROAD TRIP Donna Weins Bend Institute1996 OVERVIEW: Students will plan a 6-day road trip of Central Oregon in which they will list attractions and complete a road map showing these sites. CONNECTION: Geography, language arts, map skills. TEACHING LEVEL: 6-8. STATE STANDARDS: Benchmark #3 Read, interpret and...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Life On the Oregon Trail
Oregon Trail Lesson Plan Title: Life On the Oregon Trail Subject: Social Studies Grade Level: 3rd -4th Grade Description: Because this lesson will be taught towards the end of the school year the students will already be familiar with the concept of cooperative learning. They will demonstrate their understanding...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Portland, Oregon - A City of Bridges
Portland, Oregon. A City Of Bridges OVERVIEW This unit is devised for 3 rd grade students in Portland, Oregon. The unit explores the city's many bridges through Science, Art, and M usic integration. The learning progression begins with a discussion about the city the students live in, and then moves to activities revolvin...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Gathering Data About the Oregon Coast Aquarium
Internet Lesson Plan #5 Diane Harland, Holaway Elementary School April 14, 2001 4th Grade - Gifted Students Gathering Data About the Oregon Coast Aquarium Standards * Academic: Science Standard 3: Personal and Social Perspectives in Science and Technology. Students understand the impact of science on human activity and the environment and are proficient in the uses of technology as they relate to science. Essentials: 3SC-E4. Evaluate the possi...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-5

  5.   Oregon Trail Journal
Technology Integration Lesson Plan Jennifer Jensen © 2002 Coyote Creek Elementary - 5th Grade Douglas County School District Saturday Cohort V - Spring 2002 Title: Oregon Trail Journal Author: Jennifer Jensen Grade Level/Discipline: 5th Grade Social Studies - Westward Expansion Length of Lesson: The unit of Westward Expansion will span over three (3) weeks. After the first week acquiring background knowledge on Westward Expansion, students will spend two (2) weeks, 40 minut...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Oregon Trail Landforms
Oregon Trail Landforms By: Dawn L. Wildfang Overview: This lesson answers the question: What significance did landforms play along The Oregon Trail? Therefore, it should be taught near the end of a unit on the Oregon Trail. The general purpose of this lesson is to examine how landforms affected the pioneers on th...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   Across Oregon on the 45th N Parallel: A Transect of Oregon
" Across Oregon On The 45th N Parallel" A Transect Of Oregon By: Marleen Smith Geography Question: How does physical geography of Oregon change as you move from west to east along latitude 45 N? Overview: Oregon's physical landscape ranges from lowlands to mountain ranges, from wet temperate forests to high desert platea...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Oregon Rain Shadows
Oregon Rainshadows Adapted from a lesson by Pat Bechtold Overview: This activity helps students identify causes of a rain shadow. Previous to this lesson, students have studied physical features of Oregon, types of vegetation and the water cycle. Connection with the Curriculum: Geography, Science, group decision...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-8

  9.   How has Human Development Affected the Habitat of the Conway River Feeding into the Irish Sea in Wales and the Willamette River Feeding into the Columbia River in Oregon?
The Geographic Question How has human development affected the habitat of the Conway River feeding into the Irish Sea in Wales and the Willamette River feeding into the Columbia River in Oregon? By Nancy Nichols Overview: The purpose of this unit is for students to develop awareness of a river system; how a river is formed and how it flows, and the interdependence of a river and human populations. Ultimately, students will be engaged in an activity to promote the health of a river system in their...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   What Effects did Landforms Have on the Route of the Oregon Trail?
What effects did landforms have on the route of the Oregon Trail? By Daphne Faulk Overview: In the early 1840's Americans were rethinking the current boundaries of their country. Most citizens had heard of what Lewis and Clark had found on their journey and many began to dream of a new life in the new land. The government had policies that gave these pioneers amo...
User Rating:
    Grade Level: 9-12


More Lesson Plans:   1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - Next

Copyright © 2014 Lesson Corner. All rights reserved.