Lessons for Travel

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  • Oh, the Places You'll Go! - … places you read about today for the budget traveler. Research ten destinations online using travel search engines, such as Kayak.com, Cheaptickets … news and research the steps necessary to travel there. Keep in mind details such as travel visas, necessary inoculations, cultural customs, and … . As an example, see "The Travel IQ Challenge" at the Travel Cooler (http://www.thecooler.info/travel/game1.html?06e4=bfad). Teaching with …
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  • Transportation: They Say We Had a Revolution (Part 2) - … century. Several factors were converging to encourage improvements in air travel. As with previous developments in transport, geography was a key … air cargo business. By 1980, air travel accounted for 84 percent of U.S. commercial passenger travel. In the year 2000, 2 … point B. Time is considered a cost; travelers could be using time spent traveling doing something else. This chart offers a glimpse …
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  • Mint-Mobiles - … would be affected by these changes? (Possible answers: Speed, distance traveled, and stability.) Assessment (Return to Contents) Pre-Activity Assessment Identifying … distance traveled by the mint-mobile? Did it travel a shorter or greater distance? (Answer: Adding mass caused the cars to travel greater distances; the greater the mass, the further the cars travel.) How could you get your mint-mobile to travel a …
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  • Intermediate Energy Infobook and Intermediate Infobook Activities (29 Activities): Energy Infobook - … in the lightbulb and back to the battery. ELECTRICITY TRAVELS IN CIRCUITS Electricity travels in closed loops, or circuits (from the word … distance traveled, you would multiply the rate of travel by the amount of time you traveled at that rate. If a car travels for … . e would describe the trip in terms of distance traveled, not rate traveled. The distance represents the amount of work done. 2007 …
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  • Secondary Energy Infobook and Secondary Infobook Activities (19 Activities): Energy Infobook - … distance traveled, you would multiply the rate of travel by the amount of time you traveled at that rate. If a car travels for … . We would describe the trip in terms of distance traveled, not rate traveled. The distance represents the amount of work done. The … stops. These behaviors lower fuel economy: Quick acceleration. Traveling at high speeds. Traveling at 65 mph instead of 55 mph lowers fuel …
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  • If You Force It, It Will Move - … that students recognize that the: a. total distance the bug traveled is the sum of the distances measured from center-tocenter … the car needs to be designed to travel down a ramp (plank of wood) and travel a fixed distance from the end … focus on even more subtle accelerations (because the automobile is traveling along an uneven or gently curving 12 Balanced and Unbalanced … ) acceleration slowing it to a stop assuming that it is traveling with no greater initial speed than the completely full shopping …
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  • Travel to School I - … (e.g.method of travel; number of passengers per vehicle) or (ii) measured (time to travel to school; distance travelled). Students help to select data to collect as a class. Collect countable data for the morning's travel … the second unit. Session 2: Organising our travel data Work on the method of travel. Discuss what is the best way to …
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  • All We Need Is a Yellow Submarine! - … man must overcome to travel into space. What makes us want to travel into outer space? How might space travel be like ocean exploration? 2. Focus: We have talked about how space and ocean travel … Submarine! Melody Moats Highland County Public Schools Making a Travel Brochure Use the Travel Brochure planner to create your sloppy copy. You …
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  • This lesson is one component of a larger reading unit about journeys. It is designed to generate interest in research, while reviewing various information literacy skills through a collaborative project led by the LMS and 5th grade teacher. Students will - … interesting destination features a c follow directions to create a travel brochure communicating the required information (food, customs, accommodations, weather, attractions … , role play travel agent meeting (Teacher dressed as agent, LMS dressed as traveler) using a sample brochure. 3. Share multiple real travel brochures … final step will be to schedule our travel agent appointments. Students will act as travel agents for 1-2 other student groups …
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  • Standing Room on Airplanes a Possibility - … , other meanings, information, synonyms ... for the words 'air' and 'travel'. air travel Share your findings with your partners. Make questions using the … reducing remove encourage tax standards STUDENT AIR TRAVEL SURVEY Write five GOOD questions about air travel in the table. Do this in … change the way we think about air travel? i) What do you think air travel will be like fifty years from now …
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