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  • 100 Years of Immigration to Canada - … mark to indicate the country of origin on the transparency map and draw lines from the country of origin to Canada. Student … maps. Ask students to use the data from 1961 to 1970 for one map and data from 1991 to 2000 for the other map. Instructions: Students are to use their atlases to label and colour the … on a wall map and different coloured yarn to connect the two locations. Assessment of Student Learning: Collect both maps to mark next …
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  • Regional Geography - … an outline map of the United States for each group Colored pens or pencils for each group Reference maps or atlases Time: Excluding … , vegetation zones, biomes, general physical areas like mountains, peninsulas and islands, and specific physical areas such as the Mexican Baja peninsula. Cultural … to outline the boundaries of each region.Y Use reference maps or atlases if necessary. 7. Now that the students have a …
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  • Lesson Plan Nine - … successful completion of the activities.) Student Map: Ancient Greece Student textbook and/or atlases, which have maps and descriptions of ancient Greece Student Reading: The … Map: Ancient Greece. Using texts and atlases have students fill it in with teacher-designated locations. _ _ _ Activities After completing the map, analyze how the site and
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  • Where in the World War? Mapping WWII in the Pacific - … the map of the Pacific to students. 3. Have students complete the map activity sheet using classroom reference materials, like textbooks, atlases, globes, etc. 4. Distribute the place names activity sheet for students to complete. 5. Hold a brief discussion about the map … of WWII in the Pacific. Using maps, globes and atlases, locate each location discussed on the accompanying map. Place the number next to each …
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  • Play-dough Maps - … latitude and longitude). Student Activity First Class Preparation: Collect a variety of World Maps from various sources (teacher handouts, tourism maps, internet, atlases, information … . Gather play-dough maps and Checklists to assess group accuracy and quantity of work completed. Review Checklist of requirements to ensure map is complete … homework for incomplete maps. Plan for map display and possible lesson extension to allow for maps presentations. Hand in group play-dough map and completed Checklist …
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  • Mapping South America - … United States and other countries? 5. Provide appropriate atlases, books, and Web sites to help each group conduct its research. Each map must illustrate … hang the maps around the classroom and present them to the class. Encourage students to consider the relationships among all the maps and refer to each other's maps
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  • A Message in a Bottle - … activity. The teacher needs to gather the following materials: maps of the world, atlases, plastic bottles with caps (one for each child … ready to begin writing, make maps and/or atlases available to them. They can refer to the maps if they need help planning their … , and read aloud the tales within. (Gardner's bodily/kinesthetic) After reading each tale, they can "rescue" the author by using maps and
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  • Mapping the Black Atlantic - … Maps of Historic Africa: Read "The Development of the Trade" and "Capture and Enslavement." Consult the maps provided on this web site or historical atlasesmapping the essay's locations were. 4. Overlay one or more maps at a time (in particular the Natural Resources, Trade and Ethnicities maps) and ask students what relationships they see when the maps are …
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  • Got Park? Or If you build it, they will come! - … use maps and other geographic The student knows and understands how to representations, tools, and technologies to use geographic representations and tools to acquire, process, and … viewpoint to local and regional problems. Background: Students will have had prior lessons in topographical maps, mapping skills, and experience with atlases, globes, and gazetteers. Students will be given a brief overview of GPS and GIS technology. Lectures …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Rivers and Capitals - … rivers and capital cities. National Geography Standards: Standard 1: How to use maps and other geographic representations, tools, and technologies to acquire, process, and report information for a spatial perspective. Standard 2: How to use mental maps … use maps, globes, atlases, and grid-referenced technologies such as remote sensing. Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to acquire and process …
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