Everglades, Florida Teacher Resources
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Young scholars complete pre reading, writing, during reading, and interdisciplinary activities for the book Everglades Forever. In this reading lesson plan, students complete journal entries, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Students complete activities to compare, contrast, and draw conclusions for a instructional activity about the Florida Everglades. In this drawing conclusions instructional activity, students watch videos about a scientists study of pig frogs that live in the Florida Everglades and complete a note taking worksheet. Students draw conclusions, read independently, and draw conclusions.
In this science and geography worksheet, students investigate the vocabulary pertaining to the ecosystem of the Everglades in South Florida. Students unscramble 9 words and find 12 words in a word search puzzle.
Third graders research changes the Army Corps made in Everglades, focus on the human impact on the environment, design graphic organizers, summary statements, develop a Florida map of the Everglades region and give a presentation about what they learned.
Students research the Everglades. In this Everglades lesson, students select an animal or plant to research and work collaboratively in small groups to prepare a presentation.
Students are explained that the Florida Everglades are in danger. They explore the characteristics of the Florida Everglades. Students investigate about ways they can help protect the Florida Everglades. They are shown where Florida is on a world map. Students are asked what the Florida Everglades are and if they have ever been there?
Students complete pre reading, writing, post reading activities for the book Everglades National Park Animals. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Learners explore the Everglades ecosystem using the Internet. To develop a picture about conservation of resources in the context of the Everglades. Explore relationships between species and habitats. Develop an idea of how human beings have altered the equilibrium in the Everglades.
Students listen to story Panther: Shadow of the Swamp, and examine how loss of habitat impacts panthers in the Everglades; students alphabetize names of plants and animals found in the Everglades by initial and second letter.
Middle schoolers research information about the Florida Everglades and discuss why conservation efforts are important in its preservation.
Students discuss the importance of the Everglades to the bioregion. In groups, they use the Internet to research the native types of flora and fauna and describe what happens when foreign flora and fauna enters the region. To end the lesson, they examine the effect of human development on the area.
Young scholars examine drastic changes in Florida Everglades watershed, compare and contrast two watershed maps, discuss effects of addition of agriculture, loss of wetlands, and introduction of Water Conservation Areas, and predict condition of watershed in 2010.
Students explore Marjory Stoneman Douglas and her contribution to the ecosystems and National Parks.
Students explore the Southeast Woodland region and culture of the Seminole Indians using video, art projects, books, maps and discussion.
In this climate and vegetation worksheet, students complete a chart comparing the U.S. and Canada as they read several passages, then answer three comprehension questions.
Can your students recognize the Everglades? Test their knowledge with this puzzling PowerPoint. A photo of the Everglades is slowly uncovered as you flip through the slides. Tip: Use this as a hook prior to a new lesson!
Students research Everglades National Park, Three Gorges Dam, Hoover Dam, Roaring 40s, and Mariana Trench. After reviewing the sites, they choose one to illustrate a postcard with an image on one side and a description of the site on the other.
Students use the computer to research information and publish creative narrative stories about the life of a specific Everglades animal. This lesson uses many educational, computer programs including the iLife suite, publishing software, and word processing programs.
Students investigate the concept of the conservation of the Florida Panther and examine the effects of the Everglades water restoration project. They conduct a web based activity that includes the following: Listing what they know, finding more information, and writing reflectively form the new information.