Lessons for Mexico City

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  • The Conquest of the Aztec Civilization - … , it is believed to be northwest of Mexico City. The wandered into the Valley of Mexico in 1276, and because they were a … Aztecs were valued in the valley of Mexico for their skills as ..... 9. The city-state of Tlaxcala provided how many troops … of Mexico 2. Countries, Cities, Islands, Regions: ? Mexico ? Cuba ? Cozumel ? Havana ? Tenochtitlan 3. Bodies of Water: ? Pacific Ocean ? Caribbean Sea ? Gulf of Mexico ? Gulf …
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  • Mercado - Trading at the Marketplace - … Mexico is in relation to the United States. Fly the mini airplane from your airport to Mexico City. Explain that Mexico City is the biggest city in Mexico. Divide the class into two groups. Facilitate (with Para) the investigation of the regions of Mexico
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  • The Mexican Muralist Movement and an Exploration of Public Art - … city Tenochtitlán, the present-day Mexico City, commenced. Tenochtitlán was a small island which the Aztecs navigated around and built their city … that contributed to the cultural revolution in Mexico that initiated the muralist movement in Mexico City. In groups, students will use the "Mexican … live and study Spanish and anthropology in Puebla, Mexico. She went to Mexico City two years later to complete research for the Mellon …
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  • Celebration of Mexicanos Through Music, Dance, and Art - … Mexico and to the west the beginnings of the Pacific Ocean. Mexico is a country of extremes from the high plateaus of Mexico City to the rain forest and jungles of the Yucatan Peninsula. The country is the perfect example of geographic extremes. Mexico … . In this defeat the city was demolished, and upon its ruins began the construction of the current Mexico City. The colors of the …
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  • Hello Mexico City - … features of Mexico City, including its major landforms, water resources, and climate. 2. Explain the cultural and historical characteristics of Mexico City's language, religion, and art. 3. Explain Mexico City's main economic activities and natural resources. 4. Describe the city's … practiced in Mexico City? Are there any growing religions or native religions that are notable? 3. Explain the art history of Mexico City, including …
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  • The Spanish Conquest of Mexico and the Role of La Llorona - … arrived in the Valley of Mexico in the 13th century A.D. The Mexica wandered from city to city through this already populated … women in these tales roam the world from California to Mexico City to Denver, Colorado in search of their children's souls … geography of Mexico using overheads. After this presentation, students create their own physical maps of Mexico, including mountain ranges, present-day cities, historic …
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  • Mexico - … . SPONGE ACTIVITY: The students will read the handout that compares Mexico City and Los Angeles. This will reinforce the lesson on comparison … Internet assignment Mexico City/Los Angeles handout INTERNET WORKSHEET We will be at the site: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/features/96/mexico/index … . Click on Mexico City. List three facts that are stated in the writing: 1. 2. 3. Now click on the Mexico map. What …
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  • Living on a Cotton Farm: Mexican American Life in Texas - … . Outline Texas and Mexico in black. 3. Color the Rio Grande blue. 4. Make a red star at Mexico City and Austin to … Mexico City to Nuevo Laredo, and then to San Antonio. 7. Use brown or purple to draw a line of mountains from Mexico City to Monterrey. 8. Also draw mountains from Mexico City through Guadalajara and west of Chihuahua. 9. Use green to draw several small prickly pear cactus plants in northwestern Mexico
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  • Mexico Trek Lesson Plans - … The Mexico Trek! TEACHERS' ZONE: "Mexico" Lessons Mexico Trek Lesson Plans Outline of Lessons: I. Introductory Activity Involves students either doing very quick research on Mexico or … ? (not Spanish!) - What's the largest city in the world? (Tokyo has more people, but Mexico City is still the largest.) -Does anyone …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • By:\ Rebecca Williams\ - … Mexico. 5. Students will use the map of North America to find Mexico City and Indianapolis. 6. Students will chart the weather for Mexico City (High, Low, Conditions) taken from the web site: http://www.city.net/countries/mexico/ 7. Students will chart …
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