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  • The Family Vacation - … Atlas: This site provides an electronic world atlas which gives maps and other information about many countries. www.worldatlas.com Capitals: This … PROCESS You will need the following materials: Laminated desktop world maps Atlases, electronic or paper Exchange rate information Vacation log Pencils or … Atlas , the paper atlases, or the capital city site 6. Let the students work through the clues and complete the Vacation Log …
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  • Dangerous Air - … , use sticky dots/stickers to mark the map, 1 per city per group.) World maps, atlases, globes, etc., for reference Introduction/Motivation (Return … Contents) Before the Activity Gather materials and make copies of the three handouts. Gather reference materials (atlases, globes, etc.) for student use … /he has 40 seconds to find that city on the map and mark it with a sticker. Team members can help the …
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  • Do You See What Icy? - … possibility of global warming and the melting of the polar ice pack. Students should be familiar with topographic maps and the electromagnetic spectrum … (Virginia map attached) 1 per student or group as desired by teacher http://maps.google.com/ or www.earthtools.org Atlases or topographic … Image Processing Directions. Duplicate Virginia (or other coastal state) map. Have atlases available or topographic information of Virginia (or other coastal state …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • 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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  • What do you Know? - … will be involved with the location theme of geography involving maps and books. Teacher Materials: Teacher uses her own library as well … and Its People. New York: Glencoe/McGraw - Hill,1996. Classroom Atlases What to Do: 1. Students are to label their map using class atlases and student text. The map, which was handed …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Habitat Cards - … , maps, and National ParksGuides. 3. Provide a high-interest activity to increase student involvement. Essential Element: Physical Systems. Standard #8: The characteristics and … . Skill: Systematically locate and gather geographic information from a variety of sources. Theme: Region. Materials: 1. "National Park System Map and Guide." Contact … be permitted to use: atlases, almanacs, National Park Maps and Guides, reference books to identify birds, trees, and mammals, and others that are appropriate. Centralize …
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  • The Extreme Place Race: A Lesson in Survival - … using the thematic maps and features of the online Atlas of Canada in a competitive challenge concept, students will locate and analyze the … place on a map, option) Additional Resources computer lab with Internet access and printer reference print atlases provincial and territorial road maps student worksheet -The … specific places by using maps, map tools special use maps and other resources (Internet, atlases, encyclopedias.) Hand out the student worksheets and organizer. Ask students to …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Activity A.3: Rivers, Maps, and Math - … map of the United States. Explore/Procedure Pair students and distribute atlases or selected atlas pages. Hand out two Central and South America outline maps and have students title one Physical Features and the other Political Boundaries. Read the instructions aloud and assign …
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  • GENI-go west my class dg - … maps and other geographic representations, tools, and technologies to acquire, process, and report information from a spatial perspective. Standard 2: How to use mental maps … .4b Use maps and other geographic instruments and technologies to analyze spatial patterns and distributions on earth. Purpose: Introduce students to GIS and its possible … two states and which would better suit your client. Step 3: Using your textbook and classroom atlases look at the topographical and Climate similarities …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Challenges Facing the CIS - … Atlases Poster paper, markers Teacher Background/Preparation. The Soviet Union was the world s most multinational empire, embracing 140 different nationalities and … , blank outline map of the former Soviet Union, to each student. Have students use textbooks or atlases to locate, identify and label the … students use their maps and the symbols designed for challenges faced by the republics to develop a map key/legend, and record the information …
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