Lessons for Geography

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  • FRED the FISH - … students' exploration of a variety of themes or topics. National Geography Standards: 2. How to use mental maps to organize information … of resources. 17. How to apply geography to interpret the past. 18. How to apply geography to interpret the present and plan … , 3.8, 3.9, and 3.11 High School World Geography 1.3, 1.5, 1.7, 2.3, 2.7 …
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  • GENI - The Global Grapefruit - … Global Geography of Economics: the Indiana Steel Industry (Middle/Secondary) Purpose: In … the geographical relationships that are in our daily lives. National Geography Standards: 1. How to use maps and other geographic representations … , use, distribution, and importance of resources. 18. How to apply geography to interpret the present and plan for the future. Indiana … , 3.9 Grades 9-12: World History: 11.2 World Geography: 1.3, 1.5, 2.1, 2.7, 3.10 …
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  • Got Park? Or If you build it, they will come! - … park should be located that will benefit the community. Geography Standards addressed: National Geography Standards High School Course Objectives 1. How to … environment. of present-day urban areas. 18. How to apply geography to interpret the The student knows and understands how to … analyze problems and make decisions. Indiana Academic Standards addressed: World Geography High School Course Objectives: WG.1.3 Use locational technology …
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  • History Through Picture Books and Photographs - … and for students to learn about significant events and people. Geography Standards 2.The Word in Spatial Terms Addressed 4. Places and Regions 6.Places and regions 17. The Uses of Geography Indiana Social Grade 1: Home, School, and Nearby Environments Studies … Canada.? Encourage the sharing of information about local history and geography. 8. Bring in photos of family and ancestors including homes …
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  • Journey on the Underground Railroad - … the hardness and difficultness of a journey on the UGR. Geography Standards The World in Spatial Terms: 1 Maps. Addressed Human … : 13 Forces of cooperation and conflict. The uses of Geography: 17 Apply geography to interpret the past. Indiana Social Standard 1 History … and Government: 4.2.10 Equality of opportunity. Standard 3 Geography: 4.3.2 Estimate Distance, 4.3.4 Locate, 4 …
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  • Geography of the Olympics - … THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE OLYMPICS BY: Charles Bowman, Tipton High School Tipton … "where" question of geography) and will, then, analyze the pattern of dots created (the "why" question of geography). Teaching Level: grades 7 … . Materials Required: - World map for each student - Handout of The Geography of the Olympics activity for each student - Student atlas for …
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  • Integrating the internet into the curriculum: Jan Brett author study - … with a class multimedia presentation created at the conclusion. Geography centers: A geography unit in which students investigate and compare their hometowns … listening. They all have activities that are integrated with the geography unit. North Carolina regional travel brochure: The students will cooperatively … topics Learn more about Jan Brett, The Mitten, authors, email, geography, information literacy, language arts, letter writing, maps, social studies, and …
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  • Landform adventure - … multimedia presentation. Related topics Learn more about bodies of water, geography, landforms, language arts, maps, read-alouds, and social studies. Help … the eartha s patterns by using the 5 themes of geography: (location, place, human-environment interaction, movement and regions). 3.G … will understand the relationship between people and geography in various communities.Objective 5.01: Define geography and use geographic terms to describe …
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  • Teaching mathematics through literature - … their observations and create illustrations and stories to share. Geography centers: A geography unit in which students investigate and compare their hometowns … listening. They all have activities that are integrated with the geography unit. Related topics Learn more about language arts, mathematics, predictions … people might face on a jungle adventure regarding wild animals, geography, weather, etc. Set a purpose for reading; for example, "I …
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  • A visit to colonial North Carolina - … the features of the New World colonists encountered such as geography, resources, indigenous peoples, and others. compare early observations about the … information that corresponds to required elements of the travel brochure: geography, people, occupations, housing food, transportation, and religion. Regroup the class … describes Africa. Does the author discuss similar aspects of the geography present in the colonial American sources? Explain. What can the …
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