Lessons for Landmarks

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  • Oregon Trail Journal - … a map depicting the following: their route, rivers, towns, forts, landmarks, and various problems encountered. Roles of Teacher/Student: Teacher: I … travel. Students will use their map to display pictures of landmarks and important encounters from their travel. Resources & Materials: Teacher Materials … - optional.) 2. A scale. 3. All towns, forts, rivers, and landmarks encountered on the journey. 4. Visual representation of significant events …
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  • Asia's Global Influence - … ; discuss Hong Kong's different forms of transportation and major landmarks; and choose and research images of three sites for a … rural areas, where most people farm.) Ask students to name landmarks, sites, and places mentioned in the program. Star Ferry Victoria … their brochures around the room to learn about the different landmarks. Then plan a virtual class trip to Hong Kong, choosing … in Hong Kong must be approved by feng shui masters. landmark Definition: A popular or familiar sight Context: The Great Buddha …
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  • Minnesota Geography - … day-by-day plan detailing the cities, attractions, activities, and landmarks (with brief descriptions) to be visited as well as travel … assumptions. Click here to go to the Attractions, Activities, and Landmarks list. Click here for a sample itinerary. Closure: Have students … , by having students choose at least one place (attraction, activity, landmark) from each region that they believe illustrates human/environmental interactions …
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  • The Built Environment-An Integrating Theme - … and perform. Walking tours can include sites such as buildings, landmarks. monuments, art, statuary, fountains, street furniture, geographic formations, and much … walking tour, map the coordinates, plot directions, and locating significant landmarks. Upon returning to school they will apply this information to … creating scaled models, posters, brochures, postcards, as well as a landmark calendar. The Photography Team will apply skills to recording architectural …
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  • River - … , which means "the barn mountain." 6.2) How might a landmark like this help boats navigating on the river? Possible Answer … Barn Bluff shows us a natural landmark in the Red Wing area. How is a landmark like this useful for a community … role can communities play in preserving such a natural landmark? How can a landmark aid researchers who might be studying the area …
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  • In the Heart of Your City - … discuss the history of their community, focusing on population, industries, landmarks, and historic events, and develop a set of questions to … the community in which they live, focusing on population, industries, landmarks, and historic events; discuss what they know about how the … have taken place to ensure the conservation of certain historic landmarks in your community? 2. Research the community in which you …
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  • Finding a Resolution - … work in groups to create maps of different scales using landmarks of their choice, and challenge their classmates to identify them … different map images containing the same location, such as a landmark, famous building, or your school, shown in four different scales … work on the activity. First, have groups think of a landmark or well-known geographic feature, making sure to keep their … images at different scales on the computer of a particular landmark. They then present these satellite images at the end of …
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  • Flat Stanley and the Fantastic Five - … , type of land, how people make a living, nearby historical landmarks, any brochures of the area, any other fact of interest … of places that pictures should be taken, i.e., historical landmarks or statues, crops or livestock if in a farming region … visit to discuss the local area, with emphasis on history, landmarks, and area jobs based on the region's features. 2. Visit a local history museum or historical landmark to discuss its importance to the region. Assessment 1. Two …
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  • Building Relations - … : In this lesson, students will examine the relationships between particular landmarks and their home cities. They then create posters illustrating the … , prosperous, essence Extension Activities: 1. Individually, students create proposals for landmark buildings in their own hometowns that account for the relationships … the laws that outline requirements for an historic landmark. Give examples of historic landmarks from your community. Economics - Write an article for …
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  • The Past Is Gone, But Not Forgotten - … , curator, sanitized, consolidated, nostalgia, rural, decrepit Extension Activities: 1. Research landmarks related to a historical figure (such as Martin Luther King … traditions from different cultures have been preserved in the industry, landmarks, and everyday life in different areas. 7. Investigate changes in … History- Examine the history of landmarks in different countries and the cultural and historic value that these landmarks possess. Media Studies- Analyze …
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