Lessons for Landmarks

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  • Looking at Landmarks: Using a Picture Book to Guide Research - … of each of the landmarks. As you name the landmarks, show a photograph or printout showing what the real landmark looks like. Pass … , looking specifically for landmarks mentioned in Ben's Dream. If desired, show photos of the landmarks, using the Looking at Landmarks student interactive. As the students are skimming and searching, ask them to think about one landmark
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  • Landmarks Of Civilization - … list of landmarks below, but make sure that all the landmarks listed have been chosen. Suggested Web sites accompany each landmark: The Leaning … they learned about the landmarks. How have landmarks changed throughout history? What are some common reasons people build landmarks? What are some common beliefs and ideals reflected by landmarks throughout history? Adaptations Have students choose five landmarks, each from …
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  • By Land, Sea or Air - … important to look for landmarks. But there are not any natural landmarks on the sea. Luckily, people have made landmarks for us. Aids … important to look for landmarks. But there are not any natural landmarks on the sea. Luckily, people have made landmarks for us. Aids … natural landmarks. For this reason, people have made landmarks to use for navigating on the sea. These include: * Buoys - these are floating landmarks
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  • Research world landmarks to create a global calendar - … that the United States has 2,300 National Historic Landmarks. These landmarks have been determined by the Secretary of the Interior to … the landmarks that students feel should be on this list? Why? 4. Tell students that all countries have national landmarks. These landmarks often … each landmark selected, teams should include the following information: ? Name of the country ? Name of the landmark ? Physical dimensions of the landmark ? Whether …
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  • Around the World Calendar - … that the United States has 2,300 National Historic Landmarks. These landmarks have been determined by the secretary of the interior to … the landmarks that students feel should be on this list? Why? 4. Tell students that all countries have national landmarks. These landmarks often … each landmark selected, teams should include the following information: ? Name of the country ? Name of the landmark ? Physical dimensions of the landmark ? Whether …
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  • Presidential Places - … : 1. Define a landmark and an historic landmark. 2. Learn about the current conditions of one National Historic Landmark by reading and discussing … determine what a landmark and historical landmark is? Who do you think decides which sites become national landmarks or historical landmarks?" Next, distribute the … access): - When was this landmark built? - Where is this landmark located? - Which American president makes this landmark an historical presidential landmark? - Write a physical …
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  • Life Sized New York City Landmarks - … . The class will discuss the importance of a landmark and list some notable "school landmarks." (gym, cafeteria, classroom, nurses' office) All of … glue a picture of the landmark. The books provide 4 slots for each of the studied landmarks. These books will be featured … students are correctly identifying the landmarks? Possible assessment questions: What makes a building or bridge a landmark? Where is the Apollo Theatre …
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  • Landmark Main Idea - … the table of contents. Review vocabulary (informational text, landmark, man-made landmark, and natural landmark). Hint that many of the sections from the … graphic organizer. (There are two main types of landmarks, man-made landmarks and natural landmarks.) 3. Briefly discuss the graphic organizer. Ask, "How … landmark or a natural landmark? What are the major features of the landmark? Where is the landmark located? If it is a man-made landmark
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  • Read All About It! Supreme Court Case Makes Headlines! - … range of resources and activities to support the teaching of landmark Supreme Court cases, helping students explore the key issues of … range of resources and activities to support the teaching of landmark Supreme Court cases, helping students explore the key issues of … support the teaching of landmark Supreme Court cases, helping students explore the key issues of each case.Landmark CasesThis site was developed …
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  • Putting History in Its Place - … selected historic themes. Resources / Materials: -six photographs of very recognizable landmarks tied to United States history -student journals -classroom board -pens … a landmark? What do all landmarks have in common? Do all landmarks have a historic meaning behind them? Why do you think many landmarks … be considered to be landmarks or historic places in the future? Why? - Are all monuments landmarks? Are all landmarks monuments? Explain. - What historic …
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