Valley

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Green valley with mountains in the distance.

Student Application

Enjoy this brief introduction to Native Americans in the West through folk tales, where they lived, how they lived with each other and how they live today.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will gain a greater understanding of the contributions of different groups of American Indians from the West.
  2. Students will realize the importance of culture, storytelling, arts, and the respect for nature in different American Indian groups.
  3. Students will understand how the cultures of those groups...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Make a Totem Pole. Ask students to think of a message, a story, or a lesson that they would like to relate to others. Have students create a totem pole using the medium of their choice (carve soap, paint on paper, etc ask students to be creative). Ask each student to write down what each part of their totem pole symbolizes and explain it to the c...

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Valley

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Valley from up high

Student Application

Take a journey to discover how physical weathering, chemical weathering, and erosion occur on the surface of the land.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will know that landforms are the shape of the land on the surface of the earth. Mountains, hills, plateaus, basins, and valleys are examples of landforms.
  2. Students will realize that landforms are constantly changing. Some of these changes occur because of actions below the surface of the earth. For example, magma can er...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Give each student a piece of white paper (larger than 8 1/2 X 11) and some coloring utensils. Ask the students to fold the paper in half (not lengthwise if the paper is not square). Ask each student to choose an example from the video of weathering, erosion, and/or deposition. Then have him draw a picture on one side of the paper showing what the l...

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Valley

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Valley with stream

Student Application

Take a journey to discover how physical weathering, chemical weathering, and erosion occur on the surface of the land.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will know that landforms are the shape of the land on the surface of the earth. Mountains, hills, plateaus, basins, and valleys are examples of landforms.
  2. Students will realize that landforms are constantly changing. Some of these changes occur because of actions below the surface of the earth. For example, magma can er...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Give each student a piece of white paper (larger than 8 1/2 X 11) and some coloring utensils. Ask the students to fold the paper in half (not lengthwise if the paper is not square). Ask each student to choose an example from the video of weathering, erosion, and/or deposition. Then have him draw a picture on one side of the paper showing what the l...

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Valley

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Expansive view of valley.

Student Application

Explore different regions of the world and how they are changed by humans and geographic factors.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will review their basic understanding of map and globe terms.
  2. Students will learn how geographers break the world into regions.
  3. Students will determine the human and physical characteristics that affect the lives of people all over the world.
  4. Students will understand how differe...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Thinking locally. Draw a labeled map of your community, complete with physical features. Now think about where most of the people in your community live. Does this match what the video said about the way people settle in areas? Why or why not? Do you think that the way a community forms is different from the way people locate themselves arou...

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Valley

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Deep, steep, arid.

Student Application

Our world in called Earth. People, plants and animals live all over the Earth.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand the characteristics of our world, Earth.
    1. Earth is made up of land and water. The large bodies of land are called continents. There are seven continents: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Antarctica. These continents contain areas of ...

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  1. Model of the Earth: Make a paper mch model of the Earth. Have students paint their Earth with the appropriate oceans and continents, and label their country, state and city.
  2. Interview Project: Have students take home a piece of paper with an interview question on it. Have them ask a member of their family the qu...

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