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Students examine how to use a globe. In this globe and map comparison lesson, students discuss how the globe and map are alike when looking at Africa and Antarctica. Students investigate shapes and sizes of globes versus maps.
In this Antarctica worksheet, students use this form before they begin to learn about this continent. Students record what they know, what they don't know, and what they want to learn about Antarctica.
Students use information from the Australian Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Web site to explore multiculturalism and immigration in Australia. They create graphs and charts from immigration data.
In this Venn diagram worksheet, students compare and contrast the Arctic with Antarctica. They place the things that are different about the two geographic regions in the outer areas of the circles and the things that are similar in the overlapping area in the middle.
In this map worksheet, 3rd graders will study a map of Antarctica. Students will use this map to label and/or familiarize themselves with various aspects of the continent.
For this Antarctica study guide worksheet, students discover details about the topography, minerals, climate, and natural resources of the continent.
Middle schoolers discover the climate and geography of Antarctica. They watch a video about an Antarctica adventure. They finally examine sacrifices made by individuals for the common good.
Students investigate the different types of life found in Antarctica. They conduct research to find different types of information about various organisms. Students classify them according to type and discuss their place in the food web. They construct a detailed food web of the organisms that live in Antarctica.
Learners experiment with the relationship between pressure, force, and area. They determine the force and pressure exerted by a LC-130, which is commonly used for cargo and personnel transport in Antarctica.
Students work together to create a tub in which they float plastic sheets. After they record the rate it sinks, they compare it to the speed in which the wind was blowing. They research the weather and ocean conditions of Antarctica.
In this landforms worksheet, students make generalizations in a chart about the landforms of this region, then they define six terms as they relate to this region.
For this Antarctica chart worksheet, students fill in the what I know, what I want to know, and what I have learned chart with information about Antarctica.
Students apply the three different types of journal writing by composing one of each type on the subject of Shackleton's expedition to Antarctica. They also write a dialectical journal summarizing the facts of the expedition and analyzing the ways in which the film presents the expedition.
Learners visit an interactive web page. In this food chain lesson plan, students visit an interactive web page displaying an example of the food chain in Antarctica. As learners move their mouse over the images, captions appear describing the image.
Students discuss the layers of the atmosphere, and the history of the ozone hole. They discuss the chemistry of the ozone formation. Students compare seasonal data collected with ozonesondes. They compare Antarctic and Arctic ozone hole formation.
In this ESL editing worksheet, students will focus on error correction and editing. Students will read a short passage correcting any spelling mistakes or omissions from the article.
In this geography worksheet, students read about the human-environment interaction of Southeast Asia, Oceania and Antarctica. Students take notes and answer 3 short answer comprehension questions as they read the selection.
In this VENN diagram worksheet, students use the graphic organizer to compare and contrast Antarctica with their own home communities.
In this spelling and printing practice worksheet, students trace the 20 listed words from Antarctica. Students may then practice writing the words independently.
Students, through modeling, explore how to make the short /a/ sound. They read short /a/ tongue twisters and identify words with the short /a/ sound. They practice writing the letter 'a'. They play fun games as they practice identifying words with the short /a/ sound.