Lessons for Travel

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  • Travel - … : Creation of Travel Brochure The student will create a travel brochure of a Caribbean island. Part IX: Presentation of Travel Brochure The student … Section IV - Presentation of Travel Brochure.) The group will turn in their travel brochure. (Criteria for success = the travel brochure accurately represents their … Extensions: Call a travel agency and have them send actual travel brochures from the different Caribbean islands. Compare the travel agency's brochure …
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  • An Understanding of the Positions of the Planets and the Speed of Light - … x 108 m/s Since radio waves travel at a constant speed, the distance traveled is given by: distance = speed times time … does light travel in 20 seconds? 2. How far does light travel in 30 minutes? 3. How far does light travel in 4 hours? 4. How far does light travel in 2 … travel from Mercury to Mars? 9. Find the signal travel (to Earth) time from Neptune when at opposition. 10. Find the signal travel
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  • A Traveler's Graphic Journal - … some of your classmates will be traveling from San Diego to San Francisco. You will travel by car, boat, or motorcycle, and … will record your journey in a Traveler's Graphic Journal. You will join a Travel Team and work together to write a … your Travel Team decides to travel by boat, here are some rules of the ocean... You cannot travel after sunset. You can travel no … . 3. If your Travel Team decides to travel by motorcycle, here are some rules of the road... You can travel on both paved …
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  • By Land, Sea or Air - … - Ask the students what the differences are between traveling in an airplane and traveling on foot. (Possible answers: You are up in … satellite. Satellites travel around the earth just like the earth travels around the sun. The path that the satellite travels in is called an orbit. The satellite will just keep traveling along …
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  • Swinging on a Star - … interstellar space travel; present various aspects of interstellar space travel to the class. 4. Synthesize their understanding of interstellar space travel by writing … Science? b. How likely is interstellar space travel? c. Why would interstellar space travel probably require a multigenerational flight crew? d. Why … preparing to teach a class on space travel. You can entitle your class "Space Travel 101." For example, you might cover topics …
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  • Have Web, Will Travel! - … the many applications of the Internet in travel planning by reading and discussing "Travel Agent or Travel Site? It Depends on the Trip … online travel services affect the work of travel agents? - Why might a person prefer using an online travel service over using a travel agent? Why might a person prefer using a travel agent over using an online travel service …
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  • Space Shuttle - … solar system This lesson focuses on human travel in space. One problem associated with traveling in the solar system is the distance … travel today. In the future, speeds will undoubtedly increase. Space Shuttle Data: Distance traveled by Shuttle: 4,164,183 miles Time to travel … is to calculate the time required to travel to each planet on spacecraft that travel from 20,000 to 100,000 miles … require students to think about the practicality of space travel: If we travel at the approximate speed of the Space Shuttle, which …
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  • By Land, Sea or Air - … Contents) With the students, brainstorm the differences between traveling in an airplane and traveling on foot. (Possible answers: You are up in … satellite. Satellites travel around the Earth just like the Earth travels around the Sun. The path that the satellite travels in is called an orbit. The satellite just keeps traveling along …
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  • Transportation Systems - … from the elements. What were the advantages of traveling by canoe? Could travel faster and more easily on water than walking through … ; could take more supplies. What were the disadvantages of traveling by canoe? Traveler had to follow lakes, rivers, and streams, and portage … until canals were created to speed the travel. Forests had to be cleared for train travel, which also required bridges over rivers …
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  • World Geography - … have selected to study throughout the unit, makes a travel brochure. The travel brochure will include written components as well as visual … influences the types of homes people live in. Publish travel brochure. Present travel brochure. ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS How does the geography of a … globe -gather materials and information for a travel brochure -assemble a travel brochure -present a travel brochure to an audience of peers What …
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