Lessons for National Parks

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  • Behold the Wonder of Creation - … will be introduced to the National Parks by viewing two videos: A Guide to America's Great National Parks, Volume 1 and 2, published … : What is a National Park? Where is the Park located? Give the history of the park. How would you describe this park to a person … of this park? How many people live in this park? What do the Park Rangers do? Are there threats to this National Park continuing? INSTRUCTIONAL …
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  • Planning a New National Marine Conservation Area - … and cultural features of the Yukon North Slope and Ivvavik National Park. Understand how ancient cultures used the land in the past … a potential site for a National Marine Conservation Area (NMCA). You work for Parks Canada at Ivvavik National Park. You feel that the Yukon … . National Marine Conservation Areas System Plan (Hint: Choose the Arctic Ocean and then the Beaufort Sea). 2. Ivvavik National Park (Hint: Go to National Parks
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  • Mapping a U.S. Park Trip - National Park Mini-Unit Lesson 2 - … .S. Park Trip - National Park Mini-Unit Lesson 2 By - Amanda Subject - Social Studies Grade Level - 4-6 National Parks unit contents: Creating a National Park Brochure Map a trip to a National Park Saving a National Park Unit: U.S. National Parks Lesson #2: Mapping U.S. National Parks Objectives: Students will: - Create a United States map featuring a route to several National Parks they …
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  • 4.1 Introducing the Blue Ridge Parkway - … a national park or know what a national park is. Explain that the United States government owns and maintains parks as part of the National Park Service that are very popular for tourists. One such park is Shenandoah National Park in Virginia and another is Great Smoky Mountains National Park … about a special unit of the National Park Service that connects Shenandoah National Park to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Project this Google map onto your …
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  • Illegal coffee growing threatens wildlife - … ), says that coffee is being grown illegally in an Indonesian national park and is being sold to major coffee brands. Vocabulary of … be grown? Why? What is a national park? What can you find in national parks? Which countries have national parks? Are national parks important? Why? B Pre-teach … 't like growing coffee in the national park, but the piece of land you have inside the park (10 acres) is much bigger …
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  • Tropical Treehouse - … of native inhabitants of a tropical rain forest in a national park. 3. Describe the sounds they might encounter when visiting a … following page. A National Park in American Samoa was established by public law in October 1988. Congress approved this park because it would … that has now been designated part of a U.S. National Park. His family comprises people from many villages in the different …
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  • Ecosystems - … . Extensions New National Park National parks in any part of the United States are created by an act of Congress. Behind every national park is a story about how it was founded. Have your students visit the Web site of the U.S. National Park Service atnpsto locate information about the history, habitats, and natural features of a nearby national park. When their research …
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  • Sculptured Landscapes - … landforms, and Glacier National Park. Report on the results of their research in the form of a newscast National Standards: National Social Studies Standards … the Park's spectacular scenery that's the Park's real attraction. End with: I understand why people come to Glacier National Park, because … video on Glacier National Park. Ask if anyone has ever been there. If someone has, ask them to describe the Park to the …
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  • Wildflower Lampshades - … attempt to provide comfortable accommodations inside a national Park. Start with: In 1916 the Rainer National Park Company was formed, and work began on … the Park experience. Yarn Scotch tape Preparation: No special preparation is needed Procedure: Begin a class discussion on state and national Parks. Ask the class what features they think of when they think of a Park. Ask if anyone …
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  • Wolf Stock - … content._ National Park Service, U.S. Department of the The Windows into Wonderland banner has a _ Interior, Yellowstone National Park National Park Service arrowhead … always protected in Yellowstone National Park. In fact, they were eradicated. In 1926, the last wolf in Yellowstone National Park was killed. By the … park management that is still used today throughout this trip the National Park System. By adopting this new management was provided philosophy, Yellowstone National Park
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