Lessons for US Cities

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  • Math Lesson: Where Are We? - … . 2. 3. Tell the students that the quadrants also allow us to use positive and negative Cartesian coordinates to find locations … practice, have the students find the location of the following cities given their coordinates: 1. (Las Vegas, Nevada) 2. (Shanghai, China … , Indonesia) (I just chose these cities at random. You can get the coordinates of many cities at http://www.indo.com/distance … , Figure 6-3. using the location of one of the cities as the center, draw a circle with the appropriate length …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Trailblazers - Now and Then - … determine all the possible and the best routes between two cities which your teacher will assign. Once you have agreed on … your partner, find the shortest highway route from Salt Lake City, Utah, to Los Angeles, California. Once you have agreed on … follow the directions. You will be able to go city to city and will not need to fill in a specific address … Technical questions on the website to: hoa_nguyen@sbcss.k12.ca.us Last Revised: Mon, Mar 20, 2006
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Follow the Yellow Brick Road - … and traveling along the Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City to find the Wizard of Oz. However, when Dorothy comes … the urgency of her need to get to the Emerald City. From this discussion the teacher will begin exploring with the … and traveling along the Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City to find the Wizard of Oz. However, when Dorothy comes … characteristics of classroom Existential: help children understand that maps help us know what the world outside our front door looks like …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Finding the Pole Star - … languages. In England it's "the plough" (spelling in the US is "plow"). What is the state flag of Alaska? Have … the sky, and which are never seen from the continental US. One such constellation is the Southern Cross, framed by 4 … point of the Alaska railroad, south of Anchorage, the main city in Alaska. It is a fishing port, one of the … end destroying much of the town. Today signs in the city warn people to run for the hills if they hear …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Latitude and Longitude - … the boundary between the "slave states" (a part of the US still called "Dixie") and the "free states." One reason many … latitude is that such boundaries are easy to define. Let us now look at these lines more closely. Guiding questions and … " local time. When the time is noon in New York City, it is 9 a.m. in San Francisco and 5 p.m. in London, England. Assuming all these cities are at the same latitude, how would you say the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Finding the Pole Star - … languages. In England it's "the plough" (spelling in the US is "plow"). What is the state flag of Alaska? Have … the sky, and which are never seen from the continental US. One such constellation is the Southern Cross, framed by 4 … point of the Alaska railroad, south of Anchorage, the main city in Alaska. It is a fishing port, one of the … end destroying much of the town. Today signs in the city warn people to run for the hills if they hear …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Riding the Bus - Taking a Stand - … the students that these items were presented to the Montgomery City Council in 1955 prior to the Montgomery Bus Boycott. What … : INSERT/SCAN: Document 1. Code of the City of Montgomery, Alabama. Charlottesville: Michie City Publishing Co., 1952. Alabama Department of Archives and … , Alabama. Updated: January 23, 2006 http:// www.archives.state.al.us/ teacher/rights/rights1.html Alabama Department of Archives & History 624 …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Our Community Helpers - … his Mayoral campaign during last school year. 3. When contacting City Hall, emphasize the fact that we wish to visit when … a few students during the following activity: ? Students will tour City Hall, and meet the Mayor, if they haven't already … election in November). ? The children will eat lunch in Center City, and call attention to Community Workers that they noticed while … Helpers: ? Firefighters rush to put out the fire and help us if we're hurt. ? A friendly officer stops the cars …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • The South Wins Gettysburg! - … paragraph - The student should create a picture of what the US looks like in the late 1800's. Students should include … how the South uses Northern reparations to build new manufacturing cities so that the South does not rely on the Northern cities. (Pensacola might become the largest city in the South due to location.) D … . For example, since Pensacola is the largest city in the South, do the cities of Atlanta and Nashville exist? Does slavery still …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • America Doubled - … Description What could you do with 15 million dollars? The US doubled in 1803 with the Louisiana Purchase. Students learn about … had given the United States permission to use the port city of New Orleans. Louisiana was owned by Spain first, and … would use the land. -Spain had given the US permission to use the port city of New Orleans. -Louisiana was owned by … given back to France. -President Jefferson was worried that the US could not use the port. -The ruler of France was …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
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