Lessons for Explorers

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  • Break an Egg - … Cook * explorers * mountains * North Pole * penguins * Robert Scott * South Pole Introduction Explorers are a favorite social studies topic. Arctic and Antarctic explorers give … travels of five explorers of the "golden age" of polar exploration. poles apart by Elaine Scott. (Viking, 2004) This book explores the evolution … Web Sites aNTarCTiC expLorerS www.enchantedlearning.com/ explorers/antarctica.shtml Brief, kid-friendly information about many Arctic and Antarctic explorers. aNTarCTiCa piCTUreS, iNFormaTioN …
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  • Artist as Explorers - … ' concepts of "explorer." For example, what do you think of when you hear the word explorer? What makes an explorer different from other people? What motivates him/her to explore? What keeps people from being explorers? Now think about explorers in other fields. An explorer can be anyone who …
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  • Show and Tell - … Congress's online exhibit entitled, "Exploring the Early Americas" (http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/earlyamericas/online/exploration/exploration.html), and The New York Times slideshow, "Early Americas" (found online at http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/earlyamericas/online/exploration/exploration … Library of Congress (http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/earlyamericas/online/exploration/exploration.html) have online components to their early Americas exhibits, including …
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  • Resources | World Explorers - … on explorers and exploration, along with related resources from The Times and around the Web. Student Crossword World Explorers Lesson Plans Discovery Channels ExploringExplorers A-Z An alphabetical list of explorers' biographies. Sporcle Game A timed quiz that requires matching explorer with accomplishment. Explorations Explorers and dates of explorations listed by continent, from Infoplease. The Explorers
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  • Cutting Conics - … -napped cone model (optional) Computers with Internet connections Conic Section Explorer Tool Cutting Conics Activity Sheet Instructional Plan Students may have … created.] If students use both the Conic Section Explorer tool and physical models to explore the conic sections, emphasize that they only … properties and determine attributes of two- and three-dimensional objects. Explore relationships (including congruence and similarity) among classes of two- and …
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  • Searching for Oil: The Role of... - … , geophysicists, petroleum engineers, and economists all work together to develop exploration prospects. Drilling won't begin until concise oral and written … -12) #3, 4 Planning Ahead Materials: Exploring for Oil and Natural Gas student E-sheet Exploring for Oil and Natural Gas student … . Ask students to use their Exploring for Oil and Natural Gas student E-Sheet to view "Exploration," on The Story of Oil …
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  • 3.3 "Where Am I?" Reading guide and activities - … that they will learn about location, direction, navigation, mapmaking, early explorers, and how technology affected them all. Read aloud the introduction … location is described and the difficulties that hampered the early explorers. "Exploring and Explaining New Lands" As you read the journal from … of differing economic, geographic, religious, and political motives for European exploration. North Carolina Essential Standards Social Studies (2010)Grade 7 7 …
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  • The Amazing Red Planet - … visuals of the planet. Engineers also designed and fabricated surface exploration equipment. Engineers continue to work with scientists to develop reliable … . In this lesson we will explore what has been learned about Mars, how we are currently exploring Mars, and how engineers and … make it a good candidate for exploration. This leaves Mars as the only logical candidate for exploration. It is relatively close and …
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  • Rocket Me into Space - … in designing rockets. Give an example of an explorer and describe reasons why explorers and exploration teams utilize engineers. Introduction/Motivation (Return to Contents) Tess and Maya are joining a long line of explorers who have explored … a class: Why do explorers and exploration teams utilize engineers? (Answer: Engineers design the equipment that helps explorers and teams conduct successful missions …
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  • To Travel or Not to Travel: Locomotor and ... - … . Sessions may start with guiding questions, reviews of the movement exploration from the previous session, introductions to characteristics of space, motif … Writing Symbols, for bending, stretching, twisting, arching and falling. 11. Explore movements illustrated by each new motif notation symbol. Instructional Tip … , Camouflage, may be used with nonlocomotor movement and locomotor movement explorations. Use Attachment D, Directions for Games. If students are exceeding …
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