Lessons for Landmarks

Page 2 of 1000 results

  • Land Marked - … landmarks in the United States. As a class, add other official landmarks to the list. Then discuss the meaning of the word "landmark." What makes a place a landmark? What types of sites would be designated as landmarks? Landmark is defined by Merriam …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • By Land, Sea or Air - … important to look for landmarks. But, there are no natural landmarks on the sea. Luckily, people have made landmarks for us. Aids in … vessel. There are few natural landmarks that can be used. For this reason, people have made landmarks to use for navigating on … high to make out most of these landmarks. Can you imagine trying to identify landmarks that are seven miles away? Aeronautical Charts …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Getting to the Point - … between a bearing from the unknown location to the landmark, and from the landmark to the unknown location is always 180 degrees … important information about the map. Includes the scale, location and landmarks symbols used by the map. Orientation: Shows which direction is … location, you can measure a bearing to a third landmark. With three landmarks, the bearing lines do not all intersect at a …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • City Life In Europe - … landmark, they should also collect images. You may let students choose a landmark or assign them. Use the following list of famous landmarks … the geography of France; cited some Paris landmarks from the video; created an adequate landmark postcard including at least one image and … of France; cited few or no Paris landmarks from the video; created an incomplete landmark postcard, with a missing or sloppy image …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Higglytown Heroes: First Snow and Snow Dazed - … to do in winter? 2. What is a landmark? Can you name some landmarks? 3. The police are community helpers. What does … The Higglytown kids noted landmarks on their way to the park. Have students name landmarks near the school. Landmarks can be buildings, trees … landmarks pointed out by students. When you return to the classroom, use markers to add the landmarks to the map. Discuss how landmarks
    User Rating: Grade Level: Pre-K
  • Is It A Landmark? - … It A Landmark? Objective: Students will identify historic and modern landmarks in their town. Warm-Up Activity: Your town/neighborhood has landmarks. Landmarks are … Liberty Bell is a landmark in what city? Mount Vernon is a landmark where? Old Faithful is a natural landmark in what park ? In what state? Without its landmarks, each place would …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • "How can we create a timeline that reflects the historical significance of a landmark building?" - … significance of Poll a landmark building?" Home Objective: Students will demonstrate understanding of the historical significance of a landmark building through the … physical space of the landmark, the impact of urban development on the landmark, the art and architecture of the landmark as a reflection of history, and the impact of technology on the landmark. Students …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Navigating by Landmarks - … and make notes about the landmarks they pass. Encourage students to be explicit when describing each landmark, as well as what they … should be explicit about: + What landmarks they see + What action they take when they reach a landmark (such as, turn left just … to landmarks. Elements might include a photograph showing a landmark in more detail or an audio recording of the name of the landmark
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Classroom Triangles - … their location, Identify the intersection of two points, Determine a landmark on a map Understand the relationship between triangulation technology and … hang up "markers" on the walls as your landmarks. Make sure that the landmarks are correctly placed on the classroom map, and … students how they decided which landmarks to use. How did this affect their results? (Answer: If the landmarks are almost along the … students how they decided which landmarks to use. How did this affect their results? (Answer: If the landmarks are almost along the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Around the World in 10 Days - Landmark Project - … location of the first landmark. Then students dive into answering questions about the landmark chosen. -What is the landmark? -Who was it built by? -Why was it built? -Describe the landmark in detail … researching flights from landmark 1 to landmark 2 and complete the same questions for landmark 2 and so on through landmark 3. They must …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
Copyright © 2017 Lesson Corner. All rights reserved.