Lessons for Travel

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  • Imaginary Trip to South Korea - … , where students custom design their specific plans using technology, arrange travel, make choices, work through a budget, learn history, have exposure … to hear the pronunciation. Links to basic phrases needed by travelers is provided. http://english.tour2korea.com/02Culture/KoreanLanguage/handy_korean_phrases01.asp … . Pictures may be gotten from travel brochures, books, or the internet. Travel information may be gotten from travel agencies as well. Please include …
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  • The Silk Road An Introduction With A Focus On Cultural Diffusion - … teachings of Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Daoism, Confucianism, among others, traveled back and forth along this route. Knowledge about medicine, printing … while there is average speed that one would travel, how does terrain effect travel time? Discuss with students how an average is … , while in rough terrain you might only travel 20 miles a day, you might travel 40 miles a day in good terrain … amount of time required to travel the whole route. Remind the students that the majority of travelers on the routes were traders …
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  • From Pounds to Pesos - … or she grabs up a pen.] TRAVELER: This is it! SHOPKEEPER: Ah, you found a something? TRAVELER: Yes, this pen will be … total is two dollars. [The TRAVELER looks through the bills in his or her wallet.] TRAVELER: I seem to have only a … money we use here. [Hands the bill back to the TRAVELER.] TRAVELER: But it’s money, and I’ve found the perfect … . [To the TRAVELER:] Will you hand me your five-dollar bill? TRAVELER: You say you can help, so all right. [Traveler hands the …
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  • Can You Hear Me Now? - … is produced through vibrations. • Recognize that sound travels slower than light. • Recognize that sound travels at different speeds through different substances. • Explain … you hear thunder?” (Light travels faster than sound.) “Do you remember how fast light travels?” (It can travel around the Earth over 7 … ) “Can sound travel through any other material?” (Yes) “Through what does sound travel the fastest?” (solids) “Which does sound travel through the fastest …
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  • A Trip to the Homeland - … complete the fill-in-the-blank travel log. Step 3: Once students have finished their Travel Log (PDF), they're ready to … cultural standpoint. Supporting All Learners The process of completing the travel log and then publishing it may be quite challenging for … travel log. Accurately fill in the blanks of their travel log. Publish their travel log in their handwriting. Create a cover for their travel
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  • Now and Then and Back Again: A Study of Transportation - … more efficient transportation. Show pictures or drawings of the pioneers traveling across America with their wagons. After students have looked at … more efficient transportation. Show pictures or drawings of the pioneers traveling across America with their wagons. After students have looked at … . There are many details about how pioneers traveled.Near Past: How Did the Pioneers Travel?This website is about life as a …
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  • Growth in Air Travel Harms Environment - … Key .......................................................................................13 2 Words in the News - Growth in air travel harms environment - Intermediate Reading Skills Core materials Lesson Plan Approx … tickets and higher salaries rapid growth in global air travel many more people travelling around the world by plane more than double … Time Approx 7 Words in the News - Growth in air travel harms environment - Intermediate Reading Skills Supplementary materials Lesson Plan Activity …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Exploration - Roots of the Hawaiian Hotspot - … that an earthquake produces vibrations that travel away from the source in all directions. Vibrations that travel on the Earth's surface … will be associated with a characteristic travel-time; the time required for the vibration to travel from the source (an earthquake), along … activity, students will simulate the motion of two seismic waves travelling through the Earth at different speeds, construct a traveltime/distance …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Straight Line Motion - … also chart predictions related to which objects will travel the fastest and which will travel the slowest. Prior knowledge relating to this … made out of affect how far it will travel or how fast it will travel to a certain point compared to objects … Object Time (in sec) it Mass of object Traveled took object to travel 1 ft. Ping Pong Ball Foam Ball Tennis Ball … and record the distance it traveled in the table. 4. Which object traveled the furthest? 5. Which object traveled the least? 6. Measure …
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  • Unique Landforms - … the country as a means of travel. 2. Good consumers compare costs and benefits of traveling by various means. Materials For this … for the next departure?) Restrictions on travel at certain fares (see also #1) Door-to-door travel time (from student's home … eye contact Two points: adequately ordered presentation with clearly stated travel preference; smooth presentation with minimal hesitation; occasionally muffled voice and …
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