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In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students respond to 16 identification questions regarding the shapes of countries of the world. Students have 4 minutes to finish the timed quiz.
For this Philippines worksheet, students answer multiple choice questions and label the diagram with neighboring countries and water boundaries. Students complete 16 questions.
In this online interactive geography quiz activity, students respond to 20 identification questions about the world top oil producing countries. Students have 4 minutes to complete the quiz.
For this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students respond to 16 identification questions about the shapes of countries shown . Students have 4 minutes to complete the quiz.
In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, learners respond to 20 identification questions about the least dense countries in the world. Students have 4 minutes to complete the quiz.
In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students respond to 30 identification questions about countries U.S. citizens have immigrated from. Students have 5 minutes to complete the quiz.
Whose responsibility is it to improve schools in developing countries? How does quality education affect my neighborhood? Questions of responsibility, whether global or local, form the heart of this lesson. Using the UN’s Millennium Goals as the basis, secondary students plan a service project that raises awareness of the need for universal primary education and for eliminating gender disparity. Lesson 3 from the unit "Global Education: Why Learn?"
In this Cross Country quiz worksheet, students take a seven question online quiz about the book. Page has multiple links to answers, additional resources and Facebook.
Fourth graders research different countries and present their research in PowerPoint. In this countries lesson plan, 4th graders use adjectives to describe their clothes and culture, and go over vocabulary.
Students investigate the affect of refugees have one their host country. They examine where refugees go and decide on things that might be affected by their influx such as medical care, moral issues, economic issues, and language barriers.
Here is a fun lesson sure to boost your class' understanding and global awareness. They group up to research and describe the political, economic and social history of a chosen Muslim country. After researching population, statistical data, religion, politics, and economics of their country, they create a website and TV commercial to be shown at a UN conference. This is a great lesson which includes multi-media presentation, creative thinking, and could be used with any country.
Twelfth graders create a travel brochure using computer software and the Internet. In this foreign country lesson, 12th graders create a travel brochure as a marketing tool in order to attract potential clients and guests to their cause. Students observe sample brochures and investigate the Internet to create visually interesting pamphlets on Microsoft Publisher and Word.
New Review Country Project
Give your young learners the chance to discover more about countries in their world community with a research project. Class members write reports on an assigned country and include such major features as geography, important historical events, and GDP. They will also incorporate hand-drawn maps, and either a PowerPoint or video presentation representing the research.
New Review Dear Pen Pal
Explore cultures from around the world with an engaging pen pal resource. Through a series of classroom activities and written correspondence, children learn about the favoritec pastimes, schooling, geography, and weather that is characteristic of different foreign countries. Choose pen pals early in the year and allow students the opportunity to form meaningful, lasting relationships that deepen their appreciation for new cultures.
Middle schoolers focus on the geography of the countries of South America. Using a map, they identify the European countries who claimed the South American countries and research the influences they had on South America. To end the lesson, they write an essay about the South American country they want to live in with supporting details.
Seventh graders investigate the culture of Francophone countries around the world. They watch a video about Mali, answer comprehension questions, and in small groups develop a report and presentation about a Francophone country that a simulated foreign exchange student comes from.
Students investigate the geography of Africa. In this African culture lesson, students research the lifestyles of African residents and create a PowerPoint presentation based on a single African country. Students share their presentations with their class.
Students work in small groups to list features and elements found on a variety of grade- appropriate maps. They develop a class list of map features and elements to draw from as they create a map of an imaginary country.
Learners examine the advantages and disadvantages of being a very small European country in today's world. They locate each country on a map using the coordinates, discuss the governments of each country, and develop a list of advantages and disadvantages.
Get your young historians thinking about East Asian culture and history during this partner research project, in which they analyze a variety of East Asian aspects to prepare for a presentation. After an initial "what do we already know" discussion, partners are assigned a country in the region and given a handout to guide their research (included). They focus on six areas: history, geography, culture, government, economy, and points of interest. Partners present a poster to the class.