Lessons for Landmarks

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  • A Good Sense of Direction (includes BLM My Community Compass Rose) - … label other prominent landmarks (e.g., parks, libraries, theatres, etc.) with an overhead marker. Label at least one landmark per cardinal and … ? How would you know which direction to go? What community landmark is southwest of our school? What direction is between south … ” on the line next to that arm). Answer Key Community landmarks will vary, but cardinal and intermediate directions should be as …
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  • Looking at Landmarks: Using a Picture Book to Guide Research - … small groups, students select one landmark to research. Using their research skills, students locate these famous landmarks, conduct further research on them … with the class. FEATURED RESOURCES Looking at Landmarks: This online tool provides images of ten landmarks, along with space for taking notes … THEORY TO PRACTICE In a community, landmarks are one of the most recognized things. Landmarks often draw people to a community. What …
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  • Regions of the United States - … colors, labeling the mountains, and labeling the natural resources and landmarks using symbols. They should then be given time to make … colors, labeling the mountains, and labeling the natural resources and landmarks using symbols. They should then be given time to make … colors, labeling the mountains, and labeling the natural resources and landmarks using symbols. They should then be given time to make …
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  • Idaho Public Television NTTI Lesson Plan: The Oregon Trail - … Video recorder Landmarks Students will: Potter clay Toothpicks Styrofoam balls (2 inch diameter) Use a map to identify 8 landmarks on the … the unit. Step 12: Landmarks Introductory Activity: (5 min) Ask students if they know of any landmarks along the trail. Explain the … use an Idaho map to identify landmarks. Hand out journals. Have students turn to the Landmarks fill-in-the-blank fact sheet …
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  • Landmark Supreme Court Decisions: History and Effect - … paper and presentation the students will: * Obtain a listing of landmark Supreme Court decisions and summaries and choose one that interests … q q q q A list of landmark Supreme Court decisions is available by searching 'landmark decision' and 'Supreme Court' in EBSCOhost … -- http://www.usscplus.com Suggested books : Landmark Decisions of the Supreme Court (Volumes I--III) Landmark Supreme Court Cases Supreme Court Drama …
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  • Taking from the Giving Tree - … tree being marked as a landmark under a new ordinance in San Francisco; consider the idea of landmarking trees. 2. Learn more … topic. Vocabulary: forlorn, cause celebre, adjoining, absentee, brouhaha, spectacle, ordinance, landmarks, genteel, beautification, tree canopy, sprawl, avian, verdant, palazzo, saplings, willfully … the designation of national landmarks. What is the process and criteria from beginning to end? What national landmarks are closest to your …
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  • Landmark Restoration Project - … Activities Teacher Toolbox Links Games Teacher Toolbox Student Gallery Careers Landmark Restoration Project Ask the Expert Title of Lesson: "How can … a teacher and members an architectural firm familiar with the landmark building. Representatives of the firm discuss the steps involved in … review the actual blueprints of the landmark building with the students. During site visits to the landmark building, each team is assigned …
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  • American Landmarks - … city or state where ten famous landmarks are found. *name at least one fact about the landmark. Resources: Wall map of the United States Pictures of twenty famous American landmarks Multiple facts about each landmark 2 pictures … 's car across the country by answering questions about famous landmarks. Choose a route the cars must take to cross the … teams. Hold up a picture of a landmark. The first group must name the landmark, tell where it is located, and name …
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  • Teaching 9/11 | Ideas and Projects From Teachers - … towers? What landmarks define where you live? Have any local landmarks been lost? Students search local history to find lost landmarks and photograph the locations where they once existed. How did locals feel when these landmarks were lost? Students … images of landmark views of the past or to interviews with those who remember the landmark, or to stories about the landmark. Reflecting …
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  • Creating Video Documentaries - … of the earth. You need to find 3 landmarks in the country. For each landmark, you have to write 1 paragraph (5 … life in the region. The landmarks need to meet the following requirements: 1) All of the landmarks have been affected or modified by humans. 2) All of the landmarks have a significant impact on … larger country. 3) Each landmark should be accompanied by a paragraph explaining its significance. 4) Each landmark should have a picture or …
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