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  • Location, Location, Location - … and why. Days Two and Three 6. Distribute Attachment C, A River View, and Attachment D, Why There? along with the necessary maps and/or atlases … entire class. 8. Allow pairs of students to use their maps and atlases to complete the activities on Attachment D, Why There? The … needs of your class and the time available. This lesson was developed for use with student atlases and the historical maps available in most …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Geography in Japan - … maps, globes, student maps and atlases -Pacific Rim, and Japan's four main islands (available at: http://www.eduplace.com/ss/maps/ ) Overhead projector, overhead markers, map … Geography Challenge 3, maps of the United States, Japan, and the ocean currents. Students may also reference student desk atlases or http://www … . 1. Color the warm currents red and the cool currents blue. 2. Refer to your map and hypothesize the affect of the currents …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Great North (6-8) - … the atlases and the web site to locate the countries and their relative location to each other. Each student will produce a map of … and contrast the Inuit and Saami Cultures. compare and contrast the regions that these cultures live. discuss the human/environmental interaction. Materials: Maps and atlases Reference books and web …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Destination: Anywhere - Mapping Your Neighborhood - … software requirements: None. Classroom materials: Current United States road and city maps and atlases; paper and colored pencils, markers or crayons. Internet access: A medium … to generate a map of their surrounding neighborhoods. Have students use the Internet-generated maps, the U.S. road and city maps and atlases, and their own knowledge about where they live to help them draw their own maps of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Destination: Anywhere - Take a Trip - … : Math, Social Studies Brief Description Students use atlases, maps, and Web resources to select a destination and a place to stop along the way … software requirements: None. Classroom materials: Current United States road maps and atlases; paper and colored pencils, markers or crayons. Internet access: A medium-speed … , time to reach the destination, money, food, and lodging). Have the students use atlases, maps, and Web sites to choose a place in the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Destination: Anywhere - Selecting a Destination - … : Math, Social Studies Brief Description Students use atlases, maps, and Web resources to select a destination and a place to stop along the way … software requirements: None. Classroom materials: Current United States road maps and atlases; paper and colored pencils, markers or crayons. Internet access: A medium-speed … , time to reach the destination, money, food, and lodging). Have the students use atlases, maps, and Web sites to choose a place in the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Destination: Anywhere - Charting the Course - … Materials and Resources Activity Description Internet Resources Grade level: Upper Elementary Subject Area: Math, Social Studies Brief Description Students use atlases, maps, and Web resources to determine the distance, driving time, and amount of money they will need … road maps and atlases; paper and colored pencils, markers or crayons. Internet access: A medium-speed or higher connection. Activity Description Have students use maps, atlases, and
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Destination: Anywhere - Creating a Map for Future Reference - … practice reading maps. Gain practice creating maps. Materials and Resources In developing our lessons and activities, we made some assumptions about the hardware and software … software requirements: None. Classroom materials: Current United States road and city maps and atlases; paper and colored pencils, markers or crayons. Internet access: A medium … the Internet-generated maps, as well as the U.S. road and city maps and atlases to help them draw their own maps of the places …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Capitalization and Washington, D.C. - … , books, maps, and atlases of Washington, D.C. 3. Prepare materials for learning centers: worksheets, paper, markers, and crayons. 4. Establish rules, timeline, and rubric … each picture and place them in the container at this center. 9. Lesson Seven: Geography Center Use maps, travel guides, and atlases to plan a route to travel from your city to Washington D.C. Make a list of the cities, states, and
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • This lesson is designed to familiarize students with their surroundings through the use of maps and atlases. We will use local grocery store brown bags, each of which has a map of Long Island on it. The idea is to have the students identify where the ocea - … through the use of maps and atlases. We will use local grocery store brown bags, each of which has a map of Long Island … experienced by having used maps and atlases to accomplish the task. Goals & Objectives: Students will learn how to read a map, and an atlas. Students … maps. The interest displayed in reading the district map, local maps and local history books. Review of student's use of available print materials, and
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