Lessons for Statue of Liberty

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  • Big Lady Liberty - … and the sizes of the different parts of the Statue of Liberty Have enough bulletin board paper to recreate the various elements of the Statue of Liberty Schedule time … PowerPoint of pictures of the Statue of Liberty Follow-up: Who knows what the next symbol is? (Statue of Liberty) How did you know it was the Statue of Liberty, what … paper information pertaining to the size of the Statue of Liberty (answers will vary depending on each feature of the Statue of Liberty, list will include the body …
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  • Centered on the study of the Statue of Liberty, this unit supports the Fourth Grade Social Studies Curriculum mandates in New York State History and the C. S. 92 Curriculum Map. The unit as described takes place over 14 days of instruction. Students will - … learn about the Statue of Liberty, including her history, museum exhibits, a Statue of Liberty Handbook, photos, and other topics of interest. 2. The Statue of Liberty Facts, News and … the history of the Statue of Liberty. It includes the most important people and events in the making of the statue of liberty. Penner, Lucille Recht. Statue of Liberty (Step into … cons of giving the Statue of Liberty to the United States. o Creating a scale model of the Statue of Liberty. o Creating "This Is Your Life: Statue of Liberty" play …
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  • Lady Liberty - … skills and statistics from the Statue of Liberty to demonstrate relative size. Discuss the importance of the Statue of Liberty as a symbol of American Freedom. Conduct an … of facts related to the Statue of Liberty. http://www.home.nordnet.fr/~lghesquiere/pages/statyegb/liberty.h tm This site explains the symbolism of the Statue of Liberty … figures of the Statue of Liberty. Include: height of the figure, base, pedestal length of her nose, arm, index finger width of the mouth, eye number of points …
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  • Twinkle, Twinkle Freedom's Torch - … , Statue of Liberty Overview The Statue of Liberty is an important national symbol. This lesson is part of a unit on important symbols of the United States of America … On completion of this lesson students will be able to: Identify the Statue of Liberty. Describe why the Statue of Liberty is an important national symbol of the … The Statue of Liberty. This will take you to a page titled: "Links about the Statue of Liberty", and you need to click on Tour the Statue of Liberty
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  • What Do You Mean? - … the Statue of Liberty and why? (The country of France. As a gift of friendship in honor of 100 years of freedom.) Has anyone ever visited the Statue of Liberty? Show students a picture/postcard of the Statue of Liberty. Point out to them that the Statue of Liberty
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  • Statue of Liberty opens again - … above for more information. Statue Of Liberty Opens Again The Statue of Liberty in New York is open again. A lot of it has been closed since … the Statue of Liberty will still be there after the terrorists have gone. Her flame will always _____________ people hope. MULTIPLE CHOICE The Statue of Liberty … visitor to the Statue of Liberty. Ask him/her three questions about the statue. Give him/her three of your opinions on the statue and freedom …
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  • Patriotic Symbols - … collection of Patriotic Symbols (T710.) Teachers Discovery (800) 543-4180 carries a Pledge of Allegiance Poster (TP731S), Liberty Bell Poster (TP499S), Statue of Liberty Poster (TP485S), Statue of Liberty … The Statue of Liberty The Statue of Liberty is found in New York Harbor. It is a symbol of freedom and friendship. If available, read the book Statue of Liberty … 3 of this unit for additional information. Statue of Liberty Torch Make Statue of Liberty torches. Roll green construction paper into a cone. (The Statue of Liberty is made of copper …
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  • Immigration - Part II - … following Web sites: ü "World Landmarks/Statue of Liberty" at http://www.scils.rutgers.edu/special/gse/landmarks/liberty.html ü "Statue of Liberty" at http://www.libertystatepark.com/statueof.htm IBM Corporation Page 5 ü "Statue of Liberty - New York" at http://www.americanchamp.com/kangaroddy/chipride/liberty
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  • Doris Meyer - … Monument offers outstanding information about the Statue of Liberty, including the significance of the seven spikes on the Statue of Liberty's crown. The Ellis Island Foundation … the Statue of Liberty. Students will share information learned in small groups in a whole class discussion. Materials One copy of the book The Statue of Liberty … on the Statue of Liberty websites and others are collaboratively writing a Statue of Liberty poem that, like Emma Lazarus's, conveys a spirit of welcome and …
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  • Born Free - … "Symbols of U.S. Government". Click on "Statue of Liberty". Activity: Read aloud to students: "The Statue of Liberty is located in New York. The Statue of Liberty symbolizes freedom throughout the world. The Statue was actually a gift from the people of France …
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