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  • Volcano Basics - #1 - … peels Maps of plate tectonics - attached Red and black permanent markers Large map of world Atlases Construction paper Butcher block paper in green, blue, and … then check the locations of these volcanoes, and using the concept of latitude and longitude lines and atlases, will place the volcanoes in their … and Prime Meridian by simply drawing two perpendicular circumferences of the orange. 3. Provide maps and globes of the earth. Using the equator and
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • A Message in a Bottle - … will create an imaginary tale of travel and adventure. What You Need Maps of the world, atlases Plastic bottles with caps (one for … climate, what the island is like, what plants and animals they have seen, and how they are surviving. Record their suggestions on … ready to begin writing, make maps and/or atlases available to them. They can refer to the maps if they need help planning their … the water, and read aloud the tales within. After reading each tale, they can "rescue" the author by using maps and story details …
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  • Human/Environment Interactions: Climate - … . Geography Standards: 1 - How to use maps and other geographic representations, tools and technologies to acquire, process and report information from a spatial perspective … ten climate zones. Materials Required - Magazines, newspapers, and other items that may be cut up - Atlases and encyclopedias - Construction paper - Scissors - Glue - String … the students. 3. Use a population map and a physical map to compare population, land elevation, water, and other features of the various climate …
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  • Where Would I Find the Mayans? - … , newspapers, atlases, glossaries, photographs, laser-disks, computer software, others. Grade 4 Social Studies Strand: Core Social Study Skills 56 Topic: Map and Globes Standard: Compares maps and make inferences from them. Total Duration 50 minutes Materials and Equipment 1. One atlas … Student is able to No ...Map map and locate the Mayan provide 2 - 3 countries Attempt. countries. on the map. Student completes Student is …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Home 6-8 Social Studies L \ - … students. For the teacher: Blank maps of Asia, colored pencils or crayons, a selection of maps, almanacs and atlases for classroom use, two rolls of different colored yarn, transparencies, overhead projector and markers. Additional items … pencils or crayons, atlases, maps, reference books, art materials, as needed. Unit Homework Options and Home Connections: Have students monitor and report to the …
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  • Michigan Cities - … , almanacs and atlases Standards-Based Outcomes (MDE): Social Studies: V. Inquiry Content Standard V, 1: All students will acquire information from books, maps … procedures, and increasing conceptual understanding. Prior Knowledge: Students must know how to find and gather information from printed and electronic encyclopedias, almanacs, and atlases. Students … research tools such as encyclopedias, almanacs, atlases, etc. will integrate technology into the lesson. Reteaching and Enrichment: The acrostic puzzle answers reveal …
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  • Fighting Cholera with Maps - … history, and other social studies classes. Teaching Level: Grades 6-12 Geography Standards 1. How to use maps and other tools and technologies 3. How to analyze the spatial organization of people, places, and environments 17. How … , or typhoid, then use medical atlases to research and plot the spread of diseases on blank outline maps. Give students (or have them …
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  • Historical Atlas - … culture and economics of these countries. Instructional Procedures: Introduce students to the different types of maps (land use, population, percapita income, political) and atlases (current, historical) available. See Moab Institute - Table of Contents Assign each small group (2 or 3) of students a country and … cover and bind the maps and timelines into a book as an art project. Assessment Plan: Make the criteria clear for acceptable work and
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • International Summit on Asia - … students. For the teacher: Blank maps of Asia, colored pencils or crayons, a selection of maps, almanacs and atlases for classroom use, two rolls of different colored yarn, transparencies, overhead projector and markers. Additional items … pencils or crayons, atlases, maps, reference books, art materials, as needed. Unit Homework Options and Home Connections: Have students monitor and report to the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Where am I? - … , atlases, and other written materials; statistical source material; fieldwork and interviews; remote sensing; word processing; and GIS. Reach conclusions and give oral, written, graphic, and cartographic … a map. Show where the roads are and significant landmarks from the neighborhood 2) Have students take turn finding locations on the map and matching pictures ans symbols to locations 3) Hand out worksheets 4) Have students find locations on their individual maps 5 …
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